Parent Involvement Survey - University of Pittsburgh

Summer Food Service Program

As school lets out for the summer, donft forget that your kids, ages 1-18, can get free meals and fun at Summer Food Program sites. There are hundreds of sites throughout Allegheny County, and some are close to you. Please dial 211, and be connected with a United Way operator to find the site closest to you, and when that site is open. Again, that number to dial is 211.



Mission Statement
Vision Statement
Belief Statement






The Writing Tree

The Writing Tree

2014-15
School Calendar 

Class of 2014 Information


SV Spirit of Education

(Online August 2013)


Mock Crash 2013


Steel Valley High School
Mock Crash 2012

The Caring Place


 

Steel Valley Prom Pictures

Prom Pictures

SADDvocate and ParentTeenMatters



e-newsletters archives. A good place for students and parents to get information about Making Good Choices. (sponsored by SADD).


Mock Crash Pictures

Mock Crash

2014 AIU Directory


 

Download a free version of
Adobe Reader from
www.adobe.com
 


How to call INTO the district

Everyone Must dial 412-464-3600 to Dial INTO the District, a series of menus will play for the public to choose from.


Current Events - JULY, 2014

 

Edline - GradeQuick - Parents, students, teachers and staff must login to see students grades.
Steel Valley High School  -   Edline Link

 

Teen Driver Safety

2014

January - Winter Driving

Winter in Pennsylvania can mean rapidly changing weather and road conditions. If you donft have to drive during a storm, donft. If you have to drive, make sure you pack an emergency kit and drive appropriately for the conditions. Learn more about winter driving and what to pack in an emergency kit at www.JustDrivePA.com. Information on PennDOTfs operations, like how we treat different types of storms, and other winter facts, is available at www.dot.state.pa.us/winter.

February - Aggressive Driving

Do you speed, run red lights or tailgate? If you answered yes to any of these, you may be an aggressive driver. Police across the state are cracking down on aggressive drivers, so slow down - save your money and your life. Learn more about aggressive driving at www.JustDrivePA.com.

School Immunizations, School Immunizations (pdf)

Pennsylvania Department of Health Fact Sheet


H1N1 Flu Tips

Are Your Kids Ready for School?

Steel Valley's Right-To-Know Officer

Steel Valley's Parent's Right-To-Know

Steel Valley Medical Forms for Parents

Steel Valley student link to daily sport schedules www.highschoolsports.net

Steel Valley Student Identification Cards
  School District Notice of Privacy Practices

"HIPAA"


School District Notice of Privacy Practices (pdf file)
 
"Beginning in March, we will be conducting our meetings to be managed in a different format. The public comment section of our meeting will be on agenda items only with each person given three (3) minutes. During the "Citizens Comments" section, you will be permitted to direct your comments to the proper person in order to receive a short response. If a response could not be given at that time or would require additional information, you can provide contact information to receive follow up communication about your comment. The Board President will notify you personally via email, mail or phone to make sure your concerns have been addressed."

Thank you

Donna Kiefer, President SVSD
 
The Consortium for Public Education - The Future is Mine

A PSSA Guidebook for:   Educators, Students, Parents

Test Taking Tips

 

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.

  Reminder:  All students in grades 7-12 are required to have 1 dose of tetanus/diphtheria/pertussis (Tdap) and 1 dose of meningitis vaccine (MCV4). Please contact your family physician or the Allegheny County Health Department at 412-578-8060.
  Parent resources for children experiencing emotional or behavioral needs.
July 14

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS at 7:00 P.M.

July 7 - 17

Summer Reading Camp for K - 5 Students

Camp is from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Monday through Thursday.
Contact Alyson Fisher to register: afisher@steelvalleysd.org or 412-464-3600 ext. 5521.
July 21 - 31

Summer Reading Camp for K - 5 Students

Camp is from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Monday through Thursday.
Contact Alyson Fisher to register: afisher@steelvalleysd.org or 412-464-3600 ext. 5521.
July 28 The Steel Valley School District Board of Directors Work session Meeting at 7:00 P.M. in the HS Conference Room.

Request to Speak to the Board (html)
Request to Speak to the Board (pdf)

July 31

The Steel Valley School District Board of Directors Regular Meeting at 7:00 P.M. in the High School Library

Request to Speak to the Board (html)

Request to Speak to the Board (pdf)

Current Events - AUGUST, 2014
August 11 Franklin Primary Center - Meet the Principal Night from 5:30 - 6:30 P.M.
August 11 The Steel Valley School District Board of Directors Work session Meeting at 7:00 P.M. in the HS Conference Room.

Request to Speak to the Board (html)
Request to Speak to the Board (pdf)

August 12 Barrett and Park Schools - Meet the Principal Night from 5:30 - 6:30 P.M.
August 13 Middle School - Meet the Principal Night from 6:00 - 7:00 P.M.
August 14 Senior High - Meet the Principal Night from 6:00 - 7:00 PM
August 14

The Steel Valley School District Board of Directors Regular Meeting at 7:00 P.M. in the High School Library

Request to Speak to the Board (html)

Request to Speak to the Board (pdf)

August 20 In-service Day - No Students
August 21 In-service Day - No Students
August 22 In-service Day/Act 80 Day - No Students
August 25 Clerical Day - No Students
August 26

Transition Day and Early Dismissal for 1st, 6th and 9th Graders

Middle School doors will open at 7:35 A.M. with students being dismissed at 12:23 P.M.

August 27 First Day for All Students 1 - 12
August 27 Franklin Primary Center - First Day for Kindergarten Students with Last Names Starting with A-M 12:00 Noon Early Dismissal for Kindergarten Students
August 28 Franklin Primary Center - First Day for Kindergarten Students with Last Names Starting with N-Z 12:00 Noon Early Dismissal for Kindergarten Students
August 29 Franklin Primary Center - Full Day for Kindergarten Students
Current Events - SEPTEMBER, 2014
September 1 Labor Day Holiday
September 2 Open House – Franklin Primary Center from 6:00 - 8:00 P.M. 12:00 Student Early Dismissal at Noon
September 3 Barrett and Park Elementary Schools - Open House
September 4 Middle School - Open House
September 9

K-12 Early Dismissal - Staff Professional Development

Middle School - Early Dismissal. Students will be dismissed at 12:23 P.M.

September 22 The Steel Valley School District Board of Directors Work session Meeting at 7:00 P.M. in the HS Conference Room.

Request to Speak to the Board (html)
Request to Speak to the Board (pdf)

September 24 Middle School - School Pictures
September 25

The Steel Valley School District Board of Directors Regular Meeting at 7:00 P.M. in the High School Library

Request to Speak to the Board (html)

Request to Speak to the Board (pdf)


Pennsylvania Department of Education
Academic Achievement 2011 - 2012 Report Card

Educational Update

Allegheny County Legislator
Pennsylvania Department of Education
Application for LORD Corporationfs Internship Program for Steel Valley Graduates

ONLINE ACADEMY SURVEY

Click Here to take survey


"Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit Program Information"




Good News

Great News about Students

ACCELERATED READER

At Park Elementary

The new Accelerated Reader Program is web based. This gives us the advantage of offering quizzes that could never have been previously purchased. Our students now can select from over 103,000 quizzes in both fiction and nonfiction books. Due to this high volume of quizzes offered we can no longer list the titles on our Steel Valley Web site.

We now can offer the Accelerated Reader web site to find if a title is an AR selection. In doing so the user can find the reading levels, points possible, a summary and often a graphic of the book cover.

There is a general search by title and even advanced searches by keyword, subject and author.

  Click here for Accelerated Reader: http://www.arbookfind.com

The Accelerated Reader program also offers quizzes on titles from our reading series. These are listed for the students under “Other Reading” and are linked to their grade level.

Star Reading is an assessment tool offered by Accelerated Reader that helps in discovering the reading level range for a student. These tests help the teacher target instruction strategies, provide students with the most appropriate instructional materials and help intervene when necessary. It is called STAR Reading. This is a part of the Accelerated Reader program. The tests are adapted, being tailored to each student’s ability allowing for a test that is efficient, accurate and motivational.


Steel Valley Alumni Survey - Multi-Class Reunion

Updated:  July 23, 2014

 
Steel Valley School District
220 East Oliver Road
Munhall, PA 15120
412.464.3600

Together Everyone
Achieves More

Delivering Extraordinary Value to Families

 
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