Monday, Oct. 29, 2018

Band Chamber Concert Streamed Live Tonight

Tonight’s Band Chamber Concert will be streamed live from the Recital Hall on the Fine Arts Division’s Vimeo page beginning at 6:30. The livestream feed also can be seen at Stevenson’s NFHS Network page. For those able to attend, admission is free. Click here to see tonight’s program.

Scholastic 3D Archery Team Fundraiser Today

The Scholastic 3D archery team is holding a fundraiser at Menchie’s in Lincolnshire from 4-8 p.m. today. Show this flyer or mention Stevenson archery when ordering, and 20 percent of the sale will be donated to the archery program. Menchie’s is located at 950-B Milwaukee Ave., at the northwest corner of Milwaukee Avenue and Aptakisic Road.

Teacher Attends Religious Literacy Conference

Social Studies teacher Melissa Fainman was one of several suburban teachers who attended a two-day conference at Prospect High School last week on expanding religious literacy among students. Fainman, who teaches Stevenson’s World Religions course, was quoted in the Daily Herald report about the conference. “I love it because of the magic that happens, of seeing knowledge about the world opening up students’ eyes,” she said.


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Saturday’s Varsity Results


Marist 28, Stevenson 6: The host and fifth-seeded RedHawks pulled away in the second half of the IHSA Class 8A first-round playoff game. SHS, the No. 28 seed, finished its year with a 6-4 record. Marist (9-1) led 7-0 at halftime, and extended the lead to 28-0 at the midway point of the fourth quarter. Senior quarterback Cole Okmin scored Stevenson’s TD on an 8-yard run in the final two minutes. He ran for 84 yards on 13 carries, and was 20-of-48 passing for 219 yards. Marist stopped the Patriots in the red zone five times. – NFHS Network Replay | Daily Herald, Pioneer Press, Daily Southtown

Boys Cross Country

Stevenson at IHSA Class 3A Hoffman Estates Sectional: The Patriots finished 10th out of 18 teams at Busse Woods and did not have anyone qualify for this weekend’s state meet. Junior Anthony Rodriguez led SHS with a 20th-place finish (15:12.8), and senior Alex Beckerman was 25th (15:18.0). – Official Results

Girls Cross Country

Stevenson at IHSA Class 3A Hoffman Estates Sectional: The Patriots concluded their season by finishing 11th out of 18 teams and had no state qualifiers. Senior Natalie Sorenson led SHS with a 16th-place finish. She ran the 3-mile course at Busse Woods in 17:56.3, two seconds shy of a state berth. Classmate Kendall Roberts was 42nd (18:28.8). – Official Results

Boys Ice Hockey

Loyola Academy Gold 8, Stevenson 0: At Twin Rinks, the Ramblers won the rematch of last winter’s state championship match. – Boxscore

Girls Volleyball Sectional Semifinal Tonight

The Patriot girls volleyball team takes on Crystal Lake Central in the IHSA Class 4A Grayslake Central Sectional semifinals at 6:30 tonight. SHS (26-11), the No. 3 seed in the sectional, looks for payback after suffering a 25-10, 25-22 loss to the second-seeded Tigers (29-5) on Oct. 1. The winner of tonight’s match will face the winner of the 5:30 semifinal between No. 4 seed Warren and top-seeded Prairie Ridge at 6 p.m. Wednesday for the sectional championship.


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Testing Center Reminder

Students can take a test in the Testing Center before school starting at 7 a.m., after school until 5:30 p.m., and during their lunch, study hall or free period.


The next meeting of FIRE (Fostering Intercultural Respect and Empowerment) takes place at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday in Room 2600. All are welcome.

Chinese Club is having a game day after school Wednesday in Room 2108. Learn how to play games such as Mahjong and chopstick relay, and the significance of these games in Chinese culture.


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