Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018

Model UN Students Earn Awards in Rhode Island

Several students earned awards at last weekend’s 22nd annual Brown University Simulation of the United Nations in Providence, R.I. Junior Yael Lenga won a Best Delegate Award, while sophomore Christine Irlbeck was selected for Outstanding Delegate honors. Three other Model United Nations club members earned honorable mention: seniors Ellie Baden and Michael Garcia, and junior Celeste Xu.

Sister, Brother Leading Event to Help the Homeless

Junior Trisha Patel is coordinating the second annual “Warmth for the Homeless” event on Tuesday, Nov. 20. She and her freshman brother, Neel Patel, and other members of the local chapter of International Association of Youth will be handing out sleeping bags and toiletries from 4:30-6 p.m. at the Urban Muslim Minority Alliance, 221 Washington St., in Waukegan. Anyone interested in helping at the event, or who would like to contribute financially, can contact Trisha at this email address.

Lock Up Your Meds

Stevenson‘s Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator, Dr. Cristina Cortesi, will share regular reflections during the school year in the Daily Digest. For more information on Dr. Cortesi and the substance abuse prevention program, visit her web page.

Approximately 20 percent of students who have misused prescription drugs obtained them in their own homes or from the home of a neighbor or friend. It is important for parents to dispense medications to their children or teens rather than leaving this responsibility to them. Prescription medications should always be kept in a locked box or cabinet, and disposed of properly when no longer needed. The Lincolnshire, Buffalo Grove and Vernon Hills police departments have disposal boxes on site. For a complete list of take-back sites, click here. If you need a lock box, please email me as Stand Strong provides them free of charge.


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Nine Seniors to be Honored on Signing Day

Nine student-athletes representing eight sports will be honored during an NCAA signing day recognition ceremony on Wednesday. Seniors announcing their college choices will be: Maggie O’Brien (softball), Jackson Bussell (boys golf), Elizabeth Ferdman (girls tennis), Hannah Lapeire (girls soccer), Sophie Sorenson (girls lacrosse), Topher Stensby (boys swimming and diving), and Ashley Carollo, Ziv Marco and Anna Mossakowski (girls swimming and diving/girls water polo). The ceremony will take place during eighth period (2:38-3:25 p.m.) in the Wood Commons.

Alumni Wrestling Night Nov. 21

All alumni who competed on SHS wrestling teams are invited to attend Alumni Wrestling Night on Wednesday, Nov. 21 in the Sports Center. The varsity and JV teams will wrestle Jacobs and Prospect starting at 5 p.m. All wrestling alumni in attendance will be recognized at approximately 6:15 p.m.


Monday’s Digest misspelled the name of boys bowler Ryan Grabiner.


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Anthem Singers, Musicians Sought for Swim Meets

Sing or play the national anthem this winter at a boys swimming and diving meet. Several musicians or singers are needed. If you would like to audition or get more information, contact Coach Lillydahl at dlillydahl@d125.org or stop by Room 2514 before school.

PPA Bake Sale Wednesday Afternoon

The next Patriot Parent Association Bake Sale is Wednesday afternoon during seventh and eighth periods in the Wood Commons and Glass Commons. Doughnuts, muffins, cake, pies, Puppy Chow and more will be available for $1. Proceeds benefit all students and staff through PPA.


Girls interested in participating in Stevenson Strength and Conditioning are invited to attend an information meeting on Thursday in Room 7004. Meetings will be held at 8 a.m. and 3:40 p.m. Athletes only need to attend one meeting.


Geneva teachers decide against striking today

OPRF student charged with sharing swastika image

Vernon Hills High additions get OK from village board

Advocates: CPS, ISBE still failing in special ed services

Michelle Obama meets with students at her alma mater

Neely Hall tower to reopen at SIU Carbondale

How Springfield was able to finally pass tax referendum

Fremont first-grader gets big surprise on Veterans Day


How poverty and race affect who goes to college, in 5 charts

Ohio voters approved 69 percent of school tax issues

New governor’s pledge would cost California $2B per year

Georgia’s new approach to turn around failing schools

Wisconsin high schoolers’ Nazi salute photo condemned

Professor stripped of endowed chair sues Yale


The Daily Digest is compiled and edited by Jim Conrey. To subscribe or unsubscribe, contact him at jconrey@d125.org.

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