Park Elementary School News

An older student works with a couple of younger students on an art project. They are seated at a table with art supplies in front of them. They are smiling at the camera.

Everyone got into the Holiday Spirit today when students from the Middle School Student Government stopped by to read stories, play bingo, and make crafts with the kindergarteners!

The Sun is Shining!

December 7, 2022

Art class at Park is bringing the sunshine to everyone with the new oil pastel projects...

Brass Instrument Lessons

December 7, 2022

Yesterday after school students who play the trumpet and trombone had lessons with Ms. ...

Festival of Lights

December 7, 2022

First graders in Mrs. Draganosky's room have been talking about how people celebrat...

SOUNDS OF THE SEASON

November 30, 2022

Steel Valley Vocal Ensembles featuring the SVMS Chorus and the SVHS Concert Choir on December 13, 2022 at 7:00 PM in the SVHS Auditorium.  The Admission is FREE!

Mindfulness

November 23, 2022

Third graders in Mrs Callahan’s room know the importance of mindfulness. Whe...

We are excited to welcome Officer James Taylor ("Officer James") to Park Elem...

Math Stations

November 23, 2022

Mrs. Draganosky's first graders completed several math stations today hav...

Kindergarten Feast

November 23, 2022

Kindergarteners had a chance to share some of the things they are thankful for with the...

Environmental Club

November 23, 2022

During their last club meeting, students in the Environmental Club made hanging pine co...

Saying Goodbye

November 23, 2022

Second graders said goodbye yesterday to Miss Delana, the visiting artist from the Pitt...

Barrett Celebrates 12 Days of Giving

The Barrett Elementary I2 Days of Giving project is back and going strong! Please join us as we continue to collect donations for causes in and around our Steel Valley Community. Donations can be dropped off at Barrett or the High School now through November 22nd!

How 2 Support A Grieving Friend

Children's Grief Awareness Day

November 18, 2022

The Steel Valley Student Council hosted an information table during lunch periods for Children's Grief Awareness Day on November 17. Students and staff were encouraged to place a butterfly in the Memory Garden that the Art Club did such a wonderful job creating.

Mindfulness

November 16, 2022

Third graders in Mrs Callahan’s room know the importance of mindfulness. Whe...

Our Highness

November 16, 2022

The Queen of Hearts returned to her kingdom today and was happy to find everything...

PA Athlete of the Week

Athlete of the Week Nomination

November 15, 2022

Congratulations! Your District has a Nominee for the MaxPreps Pennsylvania High School. The MP AOW awards are decided by fan vote. Voting is live and will conclude at Noon on Monday, Nov. 21. You may vote as often as you like.

4th Grade Election Results

November 8, 2022

Mrs. O’Shell’s fourth grade social studies students were busy learning abou...

Honoring Veterans

November 8, 2022

Second graders created Veterans Day Posters today to honor veterans   ...

Future Chefs at Work

November 8, 2022

Students in the Cooking Club used herbs from our indoor garden to make some delici...

Election Results

November 8, 2022

Third graders in Mrs. Callahan’s language arts classes learned about the midterm ...

Ms. McGraw goes over instructions with her art class at Park Elementary

Ms. Caralee McGraw has taught middle school math, high school art, and elementary art. As Steel Valley's new elementary art teacher, her focus is on building their basic skills and techniques, introducing them to different materials and mediums, and boosting their confidence in the art world.

3rd graders at Park used math skills to solve riddles, decipher emoji codes, and use a ...

Pave Your Own Path

November 2, 2022

Mrs. Callahan read Aaron Slater, Illustrator, to her 3rd grade English Language Ar...

3rd Grade Mystery Reader

November 2, 2022

Braelyn's mom came in today to be the first 3rd Grade Mystery Reader. Before coming...

Vision to Learn Program

Vision to Learn Program

November 1, 2022

If you participated in the Vision to Learn program during the 2021-2022 school year, you are not eligible to participate in the program this school year. However, if you did not receive your glasses from last school year or have lost or broken your glasses, please contact Vision to Learn at (248) 716-4393 or fill out the form at www.visiontolearn.org/glasses to receive a new pair of glasses.