Forms, Applications, Information


2018 - 2019 SVSD OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR (Revised) [PDF]

2019 - 2020 SVSD OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR  [PDF]

 


SAP


Camps for Students in need 2019:

Camp Erin:  Camp Erin is an overnight weekend camp for children and teens ages 6-17 who are grieving the death of someone significant to them. Camp Erin is held at YMCA Camp Kon-O-Kwee Spencer in Frombell, PA. Camp will be held this year from June 7th-June 9th and is offered at no cost. Applications can be obtained by going to www.camperinpittsburgh.com or by calling 1-724-869-6102.

 

 Camp Kesem:  Camp Kesem is a nationwide nonprofit that provides free summer camps for children impacted by a parent or primary caregiver’s cancer. This includes children ages 6-18 who have experienced the death of a parent to cancer, who have a parent undergoing treatment for cancer, or who have a parent that is a cancer survivor.  Camp Kesem will be offered through both University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University. Pitt’s camp will run 6/30-7/5 at Camp Crestfield in Slippery Rock. CMU’s camp will run 8/11-8/17 at YMCA Camp Y-Noah in Clinton, OH. Both camps offer transportation. To find out more please contact either pitt@campkesem.orgcmu@campkesem.org or by visiting https://campkesem.org/carnegiemellon/ or https://campkesem.org/pittsburgh/

 

Circle Camp of EKC:  Circle Camp is a weeklong camp for girls that have experienced the death of a parent.  Camp is held in Morgantown, WV and will run from August 11th-August 17th. Camp is offered at no cost and transportation is provided.  Applications can be obtained by going to www.circlecamps.org or by contacting info@circlecamps.org.

  


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


Athletics

Physical Form [PDF]


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

Click on Header for the NOTICE OF SALE OF UNUSED AND UNNECESSARY VACANT LAND OF THE STEEL VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT, BLOCK AND LOT 0181-B-00044 ON ALLEGHENY COUNTY'S REAL ESTATE PORTAL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON JUNE 8, 2019 AT 1:00 P.M.

Click on header to see the Steel Valley School District’s Top 10 students along with their favorite quotes

The Banquet was held at St. John’s Cathedral Center on Wednesday, May 8, 2019.  This is an annual banquet held for Steel Valley seniors who have maintained a minimum overall GPA of 3.25 and/or have been selected to receive one of the many local scholarship awards.  The guest speaker, Ms. RyKai Wright, gave the audience a positive message about the many paths that you can take to find your way to success and to continue to persevere even through adversity.