Tuesday, September 2, 2014

First Open House Night is Wednesday

The first of two Open House evenings for parents and guardians will be held Wednesday from 7-9:30 p.m. To ease traffic congestion, parents and guardians whose students have a last name beginning with the letters A-L are suggested to attend Wednesday’s Open House, while those with last names M-Z are encouraged to come Thursday, September 11. However, parents who have a calendar conflict with their designated evening may attend on the other date. (Parents do not need to inform the school if they are coming on a different night.) On the mornings after each Open House, the school will operate on a late arrival schedule with classes beginning at 10:30.

Cast List for Cabaret Announced

The cast list has been announced for Cabaret, this year’s school musical, which will be performed November 14-16. The lead roles will be filled by Andy Cohen, Alex Knezevic, Sammie Landau, Matanel Roitman, Emma Harmon, Allison Phillips, Noah Chisman, Jacob Shellist and Blake Zimmerman. Click here to see the rest of the cast.

PATRIOT SPORTS

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Saturday’s Varsity Results

Girls Tennis

Stevenson at New Trier Invitational: The Patriots dominated their three opponents, winning 19 of 20 matches, only one of which went to three games. SHS beat New Trier twice (5-0 and 4-1), Highland Park (5-0) and Glenbrook South (5-0). Kendall Kirsch went 3-0 at No. 1 singles, while Zoe Manion also was 3-0, winning twice at No. 2 singles and once at No. 1. Kaylin Dong and Zoe Taylor won three matches at No. 1 doubles, and Taylor added a victory at No. 2 singles. Katherine Harvey and Vinaya Rao won all four matches in which they played. The pair combined for two wins at No. 2 doubles and one at No. 1. Harvey won a No. 2 singles match while Rao teamed with Michelle Tulchinskaya for a win at No. 2 doubles. Tulchinskaya also joined with Gwendolyn Heidkamp to win three other doubles matches, one at No. 2 and two at No. 3. Caroline Kelmis and Lindsey Waxman won at No. 3 doubles.

Boys Soccer

Stevenson at Glenbrook South Invitational: The Patriots (2-1-1) tied Warren, 2-2, in the third-place game, shortly after defeating Loyola Academy, 5-1. Jun Min scored both of Stevenson‘s goals against the Blue Devils, and had one versus the Ramblers. Ethan Marx scored twice against Loyola, and Avery Delgado and Zach Sherman had the other goals. – Daily Herald

Girls Volleyball

Stevenson at Crosstown Classic: The Patriots (4-2) finished second to host Libertyville in the Gold bracket, falling to the Wildcats in the championship match, 25-15, 25-22. SHS rallied past DeKalb, 17-25, 26-24, 26-24 in the semifinals to reach the title match. The Pats were 4-1 in the two-day tournament. Jori Radtke had 16 kills in the win over DeKalb, and 34 in the tournament. She led Stevenson with 5 kills against Libertyville, while Isabella Milejczyk had 4. Corissa Kurth served 6 aces against DeKalb. – Daily Herald

Friday’s Varsity Results

Football

Stevenson 35, Indian Trail 0: The host Patriots (1-0) rolled in their season opener, which was called less than 4 minutes into the second quarter due to lightning delays. Stevenson’s defense was stifling, holding the Hawks (1-1) to one first down. SHS led 21-0 after the first quarter, behind TD runs from Tyler Vincent (6 yards), Jack Joseph (25 yards) and quarterback Willie Bourbon (4 yards), who was 6-of-10 passing for 137 yards. Bourbon connected with Cameron Green on a 19-yard scoring strike that made the score 28-0, and Joseph ran it in from 7 yards out before the lightning delays hit. –  Daily Herald | Watch the SBN Video

Girls Volleyball

Stevenson at Crosstown Classic: At Libertyville, the Patriots (3-1) dispatched all three of their opponents in two games. SHS defeated Evanston (25-16, 25-19), Round Lake (25-15, 25-19) and Wauconda (25-21, 26-24).

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Student Musicians Needed for Pit Orchestra

If you play an instrument, consider signing up to be part of the pit orchestra for the fall musical, “Cabaret.” Mr. Beyer is looking for about 50 musicians. String players, brass players, piano players, even banjo players; lots of different talents are needed. If you’re interested in applying for pit orchestra, click here.

Color Fun(d) Run Registration Clock Winding Down

Stevenson wants you to get all messed up on Sunday, September 14. That’s when the second annual Color Fun(d) Run will take place on campus. How does the Color Fun(d) Run work? It’s simple: Run, walk, crawl or make some type of forward motion while people dump different colors on you. And it’s all for a good cause, the Stevenson Foundation’s Kids In Need fund. Friday is the last day to sign up and be certain that you’ll get a free T-shirt. For more information, go to stevensonfoundation.org.

COLLEGE NEWS

Seniors: Need assistance with your Common Application? The College Counselors will be holding three workshops, and you only need to attend one! On Wednesday (second day of the week schedule), workshops are at 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. The last workshop is scheduled for 2:35 p.m. (eighth period) on Thursday, September 11. All workshops are in the College/Career Center (Room 1123).

CAREER EXPLORATION

Planning for your future means planning for a career. Find out how you can make the most of your career planning by visiting the Career Exploration website at www.d125.org/careerexploration or contacting Mrs. Willock in the CCC at dwillock@d125.org. View upcoming events, jobs and opportunities, and find out more about participating in a career shadow.

CLUB NEWS

StageCrafters will hold its official beginning of the year meeting today in the Little Theatre (4200) from 3:30-5 p.m. We will welcome new members, discuss the upcoming performance season, have some snacks and take a tour of the Performing Arts Center facilities.

Chess Club meets every Tuesday and Thursday beginning today in Room 7022. Meetings run from 3:30 to approximately 5 p.m.

The Speech and Drama Team meets at 3:45 Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in the East ILC. Come and participate in one or more of 14 different events that span from humorous to dramatic acting, from prose and poetry to original speech writing, from impromptu and political speeches to radio broadcasts. New members, both experienced and inexperienced, are always welcome! Be a part of a friendly team where you’ll have fun and learn life-long, valuable communication skills! The informational meeting is today; all are welcome!

The Stevenson Styler, Stevenson’s fashion magazine, will hold its first meeting Wednesday from 3:30-4:30 in Room 1612. We are looking for students who are interested in photography, writing, editing, modeling and layout. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Erickson in Room 1410.

Are you interested in science? Would you like to do your own research and experiments and enter science fairs and competitions? If so, come to the first Science REACH Club meeting on Wednesday after school in Room 1708. For more information contact Mrs. Palffy.

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) will have its first meeting at 10 a.m. Thursday in the West Staff Dining Room (near the Sports Center entrance).

Club Israel is ready! Are you? We’ll have food and drink, friends and fun! Need to be Jewish? Nope, everyone is welcome! Need to know Hebrew? Nope, every language is welcome!  Need to have fun? Yup! Join us for our first meeting Thursday after school in Room 1414.  Any questions? Ask Mrs. Argentar.

Table Tennis meets on Thursdays in the Lower East Commons from 3:30-6:30.

INTRAMURALS

Don’t forget that IM Football team packets are due next week! If your team has not picked up a packet, please do so ASAP in Room 3040.

It’s not too late to register for IM Golf! IM Golf meets Tuesdays and transportation is provided to Vernon Hills Golf Course. Registration packets can be picked up in the PREP Office, Room 3040. For more information please visit the IM Golf Website, the PREP office, or contact Mr. Wise (bwise@d125.org) or Mr. Argentar (dargentar@d125.org).

Open Field Baseball meets today, weather permitting, on the sophomore baseball field from 3:45 to 6. Click here for details.

Intramural Archery meets Wednesdays after school on the Sports Courts.

IM Yoga is back and starting soon. Attend the informational meeting next Monday at 3:30 in Room 5044. Visit the IM Yoga website for more information.

ILLINOIS EDUCATION HEADLINES

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NATIONAL EDUCATION HEADLINES

Report: 1 in 5 students miss a month of school per year

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California passes first-ever bill to define sexual consent on college campuses

New Orleans public schools, pre-Katrina and now, by the numbers

Penn State aiming to be first school on the moon

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