72 Honored for Community Service Efforts
Seventy-two students have joined the ranks of those earning Inspiring Service Awards for their community service efforts this semester, bringing the total to 139 as of Friday.
The awards came from the InnerView community service platform, which Stevenson students use to create service portfolios. They type written reflections about their work, and upload photos and videos. Through the portfolios, students track their progress toward the UN Global Goal (or goals) they have set for themselves.
The use of InnerView and UN Global Goals is part of the school’s new community service philosophy, unveiled this year.
Students achieving Merit Award (basic level) status included:
Seniors: Charlotte Aguirre, Rachel Aranyi, Kelly Bailey, Mariah Bloomfield, Sara Bufe, Alyssa Chan, Caylee Fournier, Alicia Greenwood, Jack Housinger, Gabriela Jagielo, Amritjeet Johar, Hanna Kunin, Anabelle Lee, Tressa Macaluso, Nicki Nouri-Fayaz, Aaron Riber, Lauren Saban, Elisabeth Schmitt-Wagner, Brooke Slavik, Amanda Weil, Borler Wu.
Juniors: Jessica Altenberg, Jacob Bayer, Alex Beckerman, Clair Carson, Sanjana Chunduri, Gregory DeFalco, Susan DeLay, Joshua Ezrol, Madison Garcia, Dora Guo, Yenna Kim, Rutvik Mehta, Brett Meyers, Vanessa Obrycki, Kyle Riekki, Rachel Roth, Arielle Shlobin, Angela Spilotro, Hunter Tam, Andreea Turcu, Aswath Viswanathan, Skylar Waldron, Hanqi Wu.
Sophomores: Fanny Borukhova, Ashley Brady, Emily Kang, Trisha Patel, Govind Prabhakar, Irina Stamm, Manal Syed, Michelle Yu, Erin Yuan, Caroline Ziabka.
Freshmen: Brian Gertsberg, Mindy Huang, Pooja Jain, Rebekah Jin, Sydney Jin, Edward Kang, Yeeun Koo, Evelyn Lee, Lily Ma, Jun Ha Paik, Jacob Safron, Maxine Tam, Varsha Vinod, Rick Wang, Nicholas Xing, Andrew Zhang.
In addition to the new award winners, several students previously honored have advanced to a higher level within the program. Sophomore Victor Shi reached Ambassador status, the top level. Fourteen students reached Honor Award level: seniors Allison Chen, Sylvia Chen; juniors Megan Bi, Isabel Hardy, Maya Korol, Richard Lee, Kai Mayahara and Alisa Wang; sophomores Vivek Dhande and Kaitlyn Lu; and freshmen Carson Ezell, Arjun Nageswaran, Violet Park and Dorothy Yin.
Orchestra Concert Tonight
Stevenson’s orchestras will be in concert tonight at 7 o’clock in the Performing Arts Center. Admission is free. For those who cannot attend, the concert will be streamed live by the Stevenson Broadcast Network at d125.org/sbn.
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Monday’s Varsity Results
Zion-Benton 2,210, Stevenson 2,051: At Fairhaven Lanes in Mundelein, seniors Genevieve Dominick and Jackie Koepp led all bowlers. Genevieve rolled a 521 series, while Jackie shot a 519. Jackie posted the best game of the day, a 234 in the second game, which SHS won by 44 pins. Also bowling for the Patriots were senior Lauren Stein (376) and freshmen Talia Segal (358) and Ally Lee (277).
Sunday’s Varsity Results
Stevenson hosted SHS Invitational: The Patriots won first place in their own competition.
Randall Named to News-Sun All-Area Boys Soccer Team
Senior defender Matt Randall was named to the News-Sun All-Area Boys Soccer Team last week. Matt, a physical player regularly assigned to the opponent’s top offensive player, also was an all-sectional selection.
Bronstein Picked for Pioneer Press All-Area Football Team
Senior defensive back Travis Bronstein earned Pioneer Press All-Area Football Second Team honors. Six other Patriots received honorable mention: seniors Alex Capstick (wide receiver), Jordan Caselberry (offensive line), Sam Marks (linebacker) and Ryan Walsh (defensive line); junior Maema Njongmeta (linebacker); and sophomore Jean-Marc Etienne (running back). Also, Sam announced in a social media post on Sunday that he will continue his playing career at Cornell University.
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De-Stress Event in the CCC During Finals
Student Services, along with the College Career Center, will be hosting a De-Stress Event during finals week, Monday-Wednesday in the CCC. Students, faculty and staff are welcome to stop by, relax, de-stress and enjoy fun activities!. The first 500 students to visit the CCC will get a free De-Stress Kit! In addition, come in between 7:45-8:15 every morning to start your day off with a yoga and meditation session, and then enjoy board games and Wii games throughout the day! Special activities for the week include: Sugar cookie decorating and hot chocolate station on Monday; positive wall art activity, crafting and coloring on Tuesday; and movie day on Wednesday.
Come to Superhero Club after school Wednesday in Room 1414 for the movie Captain America: Civil War!
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