Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018

Summer School Schedule Set

The dates for 2019 summer school have been set. The first session will run from June 4-27, and the second session operates from July 1-25. There are 16 days in each four week-session. To see the week-by-week summer school schedule, visit the summer school web page. Summer school registration is expected to open in late January.

Putting Testing to the Test on Facebook Live

Testing is the topic of the next Facebook Live “Lunch With Jim” session at 12:15 p.m. Thursday. Assistant Principal for Teaching and Learning Dr. Gwen Zimmermann will join Public Information Coordinator Jim Conrey to talk about standardized tests and their impact on Stevenson. Watch their conversation on Stevenson’s Facebook page.


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Tuesday, Oct. 2 Varsity Results

Boys Golf

Stevenson at IHSA Class 3A Barrington Regional: The Patriots finished second at Makray Memorial Golf Club in Barrington, earning a berth in Monday’s Palatine Sectional. Stevenson, which placed third in the state last fall after taking third at the regional level, will be making its fifth consecutive sectional appearance. SHS posted a score of 312, four strokes behind Barrington and three ahead of Deerfield. Senior Jackson Bussell, the defending state champion, led Stevenson with a second-place 73, two shots behind the medalist from Barrington. Seniors Mark Noonan tied for sixth with a 77, while senior Alex Kim and sophomore Billy Fishbein rounded out the team’s scoring with an 80 and 82, respectively. Also competing for SHS were sophomore Conan Pan (86) and junior Andrew Babbo (94). – Official Results | Daily Herald

Boys Soccer

Stevenson 3, Warren 0: Sophomore Anthony Skordilis scored a goal and assisted on the other two for the visiting Patriots (9-3-1 overall, 4-2 North Suburban Conference). Junior Evan Paldrmic scored the opening goal and senior Ethan Bende followed before Anthony closed out the first half with an unassisted goal.

Girls Tennis

New Trier 6, Stevenson 1: The No. 2 doubles team of junior Athena Kolli and freshman Alaina Kolli had the lone win for the Patriots (11-3) at Nielsen Tennis Center in Winnetka.

SHS Adds Lincoln-Way East to Football Schedules

Stevenson will play south suburban powerhouse Lincoln-Way East to open the 2019 and 2020 football seasons, according to the Mokena Messenger. The Patriots will travel to Frankfort next fall, while the Griffins will come to Lincolnshire in 2020. Lincoln-Way East is the defending state champion in Class 8A and is ranked No. 1 this year. The two programs have never played.

Today on NFHS Network

Three Patriot sporting events will be streamed live by the NFHS Network today: the varsity girls field hockey game against the Latin School of Chicago at 6:30, and the varsity and junior varsity girls volleyball matches versus Waukegan at 6 o’clock and 5 o’clock, respectively. Watch the action live on Stevenson’s NFHS Network page.


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Extra PSAT/NMSQT Guides for Juniors

Juniors should have received a PSAT/NMSQT student guide last week in their English classes. There is a limited supply available for pick up in Room 7096 for those who need another copy.

Setting the Record Straight on Student Drinking

Everybody thinks students drink alcohol regularly. Catalyst would like you to know that everybody is wrong. Watch this video for the truth.

Looking for Job After School?

If you’re looking for a part-time job after school, visit the Student Job Connection page on Stevenson’s website. Several positions are available, and the list changes regularly.


Peer Tutors will meet after school Thursday in the Recital Hall. This is a mandatory meeting.


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