Forms, Applications, Information


SVSD OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR (Revised) [PDF]


SAP


Elementary Supply Lists 2018-19

Barrett Elementary

Park Elementary

Kindergarten Enrollment Documents


First Grade through Twelfth Grade Enrollment


Title I Program

Steel Valley School District receives federal funding through the Title I program enabling it to offer additional reading and math services to students in grades K-8. Students qualify for the program when they score “below basic” or “basic” on state approved assessments. Students who qualify for the program will receive a Title I School-Parent Compact that outlines what services the school will provide and how the parent and student will participate in the program. All Title I parents are encouraged to be active in the District’s parent involvement program. Parents should attend all PTO meetings, parent/teacher events and Title I family activities. By being an active parent, you can provide your child with a positive outlook towards education.  Any questions regarding the Title I program should be directed to Director of Federal Programs/High School Principal: Bryan Macuga, Director of Federal Programs/Middle School Principal  (412) 464-3600 ext. 3505.


Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit Program


Nurses Forms

Amber Thomas RN MSN
Certified School Nurse

 

Steel Valley High School
3113 Main Street
Munhall PA 15120
412-464-3600 ext 2530
Fax:  412-326-0315 Middle School
Fax:   412-464-3609 High School

            


PSSA/Keystone Information for Parents


Right-To-Know


Request to Speak at Regular School Board Meeting


Home Alone Brochure

Alone Brochure

[PDF]

Recent News

Blood Drive

March 18, 2019

on Tuesday, March 19 from 8:00  A.M. to 1:00 P.M. in Steel Valley High School's Gymnasium. To make an appointment: Please see Mrs. McCallister or a member of Student Council to sign up. All participating donors will receive a pop-socket!

Physicals at the High School have been reschedule for May 10th

Click on Header for Flyer. Panel discussion on Wednesday, March 27, for students, parents and school staff. The panel will include a social media expert, decision science expert, child psychiatrist, school principal/administrator, parent, teen, and Neil Giacobbi from AT&T. There is no fee to attend and they will be serving a light dinner. Please RSVP to make sure they have an accurate guest count for food and seating.