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|2009-09-20||Students relax and study in the Steele Media Center.||View|
|2009-09-16||The award-winning Steele News Live Team puts on another show.||View|
|2009-09-15||Art students work hard to complete their projects. ||View|
|2009-09-11||A day of reflection.||View|
|2009-09-04||Lady Comets Soccer Practice on a beautiful September afternoon.||View|
|2009-08-28||Mr. Trunzo's Art 4 class painted a mural to promote the Amherst Special Olympics program. The color and design used in the mural are similar to those of the wristbands that are being sold to promote the program.||View|
|2009-08-27||On the third day of the new year, students are in the media center working
with new computers. The computers were purchased with funds provided by the Steele PTO as part of their commitment to upgrading the Steele Media Center.||View|
|2009-08-21||Motivational speaker Joel Penton visited Amherst Steele High School today to speak to the incoming freshmen class, the class of 2013.||View|
|2009-08-20||Carrie, Kelsey, Lizzie, and Bri––the seniors on the girls soccer team––pose for a quick photo on the soccer field.||View|
Last month the Class of 1959 celebrated the 50th anniversary of their graduation from Marion L. Steele High School. They have the honor of being the first class to graduate from the school, which was completed in 1958.
Mayor David Taylor issued a proclamation declaring July 18, 2008, “Marion L. Steele Class of 1959 Day.” In honor of the Mayor’s proclamation, the class donated and presented an Amish-made, inscribed oak bench, which now sits beneath Miss Steele’s portrait in the high school lobby . The inscription reads, “Donated by the Class of 1959.”
Pictured standing on the left of the bench are class members Dale Rosenkranz and Ken Rosenbusch. Jane Cahl and Judy Rosenkranz are shown sitting, and Principal Mike Gillam stands to the right of the bench.
April 26, 2011: Clothesline Project, sponsored by Lorain County Rape Crisis, which provides education and awareness with the commitment to break the silence and reduce the stigma around sexual violence. People affected by violence have an opportunity to express their emotions and viewpoints by decorating t-shirts.