Steel Valley School District News
Middle school and high school students teamed up to collaborate on some science experiments recently. The high school students served as mentors to the middle school students, all as part of a quest to foster a love for science at Steel Valley.
Please take a moment to read the following letter that was sent to Steel Valley families on October 6, 2023 from Superintendent Edward Wehrer.
In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s been a universal increased need for social-emotional learning attention in school. The Project SEEKS SES grant will help Steel Valley address that challenge by purchasing curriculum through Satchel Pulse.
Volleyball clinic with the 6 times State Champs "NORTH ALLEGHENY, GIRLS VOLLEYBALL TEAM" on OCTOBER 20, 2023 from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm at the BEST OF THE BATCH CLUBHOUSE
Spirit Week !!!!
Please take a moment to read the following letter that was sent to Steel Valley families on September 19, 2023 from Superintendent Edward Wehrer.
A year after reintroducing seventh and eighth graders to its ranks, the Steel Valley Marching Band has continued to grow and improve through a summer marked by transition.
Visitors will soon be seeing a new addition to the entrances to each of our schools, as we are posting a welcome sign in multiple languages to reflect the wide range of languages our students and families speak.
Welcome Back to School! With our school year back in full swing, our Caring Closet has been in HIGH demand! With that being said- the Nurse and I are looking many items to be donated to replenish our closet.
Once again, this fall, Steel Valley Middle School Student Government is fundraising for our general account using Happy Valley Soup Company. I enjoyed this soup at the Shaker Woods Festival a few years back and thought it was a great way to kick off the “cooler” fall season. Corn Chowder and Stuffed Pepper are my personal favorites, but I am excited to try potato this year too. They are $9 each, and we received 50% profit.
The High School Student Council is hosting a Blood Drive on Tuesday, March 22 from 8:00 am – 1:00 pm in the high school gym.
Barrett Elementary is excited to announce that its PBIS program has been recognized by the Pennsylvania Positive Behavior Support Network for implementing Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3 levels of support with fidelity during the 2022-23 school year. Barrett will be recognized at the 2023 Integrated PaPBS Network and MTSS Implementers’ Forum held on November 1 through November 3, 2023 at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center in Hershey, PA.
On Tuesday, September 5, Charlie Batch and his volunteers had a special guest with them as they handed out the backpacks full of school supplies to Steel Valley students. Steelers star T.J. Watt and his wife, Dani, joined Batch and volunteers from PepsiCo to deliver the packs.
As a collaboration between UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, and Ronald McDonald House Charities of Pittsburgh and Morgantown, Inc., the Care Mobile offers no out-of-pocket cost medical care to children throughout Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas. The Care Mobile will be at Barrett October 27th (9:30 am - 2:00 pm) and Steel Valley High School - November 17th (9:30 am - 2:00 pm).
What a start to the season! Thanks to everyone who came out to support your Ironmen as they defeated Sto-Rox 35-0 to open the 2023 football season and begin their defense of the WPIAL Class 2A title. Check out some photos from the game, including snapshots of your 2023 Steel Valley Marching Band and the Steel Valley cheerleaders.
Please read this important notice about the Pennsylvania Department of Education's recent amendment to policy regarding continued education for students receiving special education services.
FALL High School Student Sports Pass are $5.00 per pass. Student passes are for High School students ONLY. Pass will get you admission to all home fall sporting events. Pass must be presented at event for admission. Passes can only be purchased in the Athletic Office Monday - Friday from 7:15 am – 2:45 pm.
Please see the attached message from Superintendent Edward Wehrer regarding the decision to cancel school today throughout the district and plans for a full day of instruction on Monday.
With an extensive background in special education, new middle school principal Mr. Clay Stone is bringing an inclusive, trauma-informed approach to the role.
The to-do list for any educator seems almost endless in August. Preparing for the start of the school year is a hectic, exhausting practice. It’s even more crazed when you’re joining a new school district in a new role – the computer system is different, the hallways are a labyrinth, and there is a never-ending stream of information to digest. Kimberly Winters’ to-do list is long, but it can’t match her excitement to be the new principal at Barrett Elementary.
Throughout the week, police offers and school resource officers from around the state have gathered inside the high school library for training through NASRO.
The Steel Valley Board of School Directors is accepting letters of interest for a vacancy on the board. District residents interested in serving on the school board are invited to submit letters of interest. Letters of interest must be received by 12:00 p.m. on Monday, August 14, 2023.
John Sabo developed an appreciation for work ethic, perseverance, leadership, and the power of mentorships while at Steel Valley. Now the Vice President of Business Development for Deep Well Services, Sabo is taking what he learned to help connect recent Steel Valley graduates with career opportunities in the oil and gas industry.
As a collaboration between UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, and Ronald McDonald House Charities of Pittsburgh and Morgantown, Inc., the Care Mobile offers no out-of-pocket cost medical care to children throughout Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas.
Students who are eligible for free or reduced lunch during school will receive extra food benefits called Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) benefits to cover the summer of 2023. Families with students who were enrolled at Steel Valley through the end of the school year will receive a letter informing them about the program and their eligibility.