Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Salituro Gets Extra Credit From Former Students
Chris Salituro brought Rikki Himmelfarb and Matt Peota together in his Sociology class about 12 years ago. This weekend, he will be bringing them together again, as man and wife.

Salituro will officiate at the wedding of the 2001 SHS graduates at the Hoosier Grove historic farm and schoolhouse in Streamwood at 5 p.m. Saturday. The couple asked him to officiate at their wedding, and Salituro has obtained a justice of the peace license.

When the two were in his class, Salituro had a lesson in which students were paired up for a role-playing activity in which they pretended to be married. The two didn’t know each other very well at that point, Salituro said, but the lesson obviously took. The pair began dating shortly after that fateful day, continued dating throughout college, and has been together since.

PATRIOT SPORTS

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Tuesday’s Varsity Results

Boys Volleyball
Stevenson at IHSA Class 4A Highland Park Regional: The top-seeded Patriots rolled past Libertyville, 25-11, 25-17, and into tonight’s regional championship match against No. 8 Buffalo Grove at 7 p.m. Aaron Zalewski had nine kills and three solo blocks for SHS (31-4). Brad Tiller hit eight kills, while Brett Lerner had six. Jonah May dished out 21 assists and added four kills. Brian Dubinsky made 19 digs. – Daily Herald |statistics

Softball in Regional Semifinals Today
The softball team takes on Carmel at 4:30 today in the IHSA Class 4A Libertyville Regional semifinals. SHS, the No. 12 seed in the Rolling Meadows Sectional, fell to the No. 5 Corsairs, 14-10, on April 30. The winner of today’s game will play Fremd for the regional championship at 11 a.m. Saturday.

Bush Named All-American in Tennis
Jeremy Bush, who will be playing in his fourth consecutive IHSA boys tennis state tournament later this week, has been named to the National High School Tennis All-American Foundation 2013 All-America Team. He is one of four Illinois players on the 40-member team. Bush will continue his playing career at Washington University in St. Louis. He enters this weekend’s state tournament with a 27-3 season record and plenty of confidence.

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

You are cordially invited to attend ArtFEST 2013, the annual all-school art show. The public reception will be tonight from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Field House, complete with refreshments and music.

Yearbook orders: All pre-ordered yearbooks can be picked up today and Thursday during all lunch periods in the Patriot Lobby. Anyone who did not pre-order a book may purchase one from the Patriot Superstore beginning today. Extra yearbooks will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis and are available for $50.

Senior Party: Come by the Patriot Lobby today and Friday to sign up for your bus. Please note that you will need to talk to your friends and sign up together. It is a first-come, first-served sign up. If you don’t sign up for a bus you will be assigned to one. If you are not going, you must stop by the bus sign up and let us know. Please note however, the fee is non-refundable. Also note your ticket is non-transferable.

Don’t miss the final PPA Bake Sale today in the Wood and Glass Commons. Donuts, pie, puppy chow and much more will be available. As a special treat, a limited supply of Wendy’s Frosty’s and chocolate milk also will be sold.

Volunteers are needed to help with the Transfer Students Program in the fall. Transfer Buddies help orientate new students to SHS by attending their orientation, showing them around school, and eating lunch with them the first week of school. If you are interested, sign up in any Student Services Office.

iPad return will occur June 4-6 between the hours of 7 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the SMARTdesk in the Link Lab (Room 3014). Letters have gone home to explain the return protocol. Otherwise, head to 3014 with any questions.

ATHLETICS

All girls interested in joining cross country this fall should attend an informational meeting on Wednesday, May 29 in Room 2113 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. All new members and returning members are welcome! Please contact Coach LeVanti if you have any questions.

COLLEGE

Seniors: The Rotary Club of Buffalo Grove is offering an academic scholarship to college-bound students. Scholarship is based on community service, and how you will use your academic experience to advance community service in your professional life. Applications are available in the College/Career Center and are due back to the Rotary by June 1.

CAREER EXPLORATION

Want to learn more about specific careers? Plan on attending the upcoming Career Days this week. Thursday is Computer and Technology Career Day, and Engineering Career Day is Friday. A variety of professionals will be presenting every class period in the Recital Hall. You must sign up in the College and Career Center if you plan on attending. Contact Mrs. Willock if you need more information at dwillock@d125.org.

Attention students interested in veterinary medicine: The Anti-Cruelty Society, along with the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine office, has a program aimed at high school students that will run from September 2013 through April 2014. Students must apply for this program by June 30. Please contact Mrs. Willock at dwillock@d125.org for more information and an application. Serious inquiries only, please.

Attention students interested in government, community service and business: The office of State Representative Carol Sente is seeking students for summer help in many different areas. Please contact Mrs. Willock at dwillock@d125.org for information regarding this program.

ILLINOIS EDUCATION HEADLINES
Analysis: Senate pension plan saves less money than House’s
Illinois schools lack tornado “safe rooms”
Man accused of threatening school board member takes plea deal
Books draw protest at Indian Prairie District 204 board meeting
Music Institute of Chicago closing Highland Park campus
Barrington District 220 board wary of approving Rt. 14 crossing plan
Senior class prank at Andrew High makes lasting impression
Orland District 135 superintendent-to-be sings on the side
Wilmette school claims record for most twins in single grade

NATIONAL EDUCATION HEADLINES
Leveled Oklahoma schools lacked designated “safe rooms”
Safety experts say Oklahoma school was ready for tornado
College enrollment declined 2.3% this spring: report
California won’t try again for No Child Left Behind waiver
Public per-pupil spending falls for first time in 30+ years

The Daily Digest is compiled and edited by Jim Conrey.

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