Monday, Feb. 1, 2021

Stevenson Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2020
Stevenson High School Athletics is proud to announce their Hall of Fame Class of 2020 Inductees. This year’s inductees represent a myriad of individuals who have brought pride and distinction to our school community as either an athlete, coach, staff member or supporter.
The inductees are as follows:

  • Pat Ambrose; Stevenson High School Boys Basketball Coach 1999-Present
  • Dr. Rick DuFour; Stevenson High School Principal (1983-1991) and Superintendent (1991-2002)
  • Pat Joyce; Stevenson High School Athlete (Boys Cross Country & Track/Field) Class of 1993
  • John Martin; Stevenson High School Athletic Director 1990-2010
  • Ashley Wanland; Stevenson High School Athlete (Girls Swimming) Class of 2008

To learn more and for the extensive biographies of the five inductees, please visit our 2020 Hall of Fame Inductees webpage.
The Stevenson athletic community is extremely humbled by the accomplishments of the Class of 2020. We are eager to have these five individuals within the Hall of Fame and believe they embody and represent what it means to be a Patriot. The Virtual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will be posted on the Stevenson High School Athletics YouTube page on Monday, Feb. 8 at 7 p.m.


Snowman Building Competition for Students
Students Activities is organizing a snowman building study break on Wednesday, Feb. 3 during fourth-period (11:05 – 11:45 a.m.) or after school in the Stadium.
Students who want to participate can enter the Stadium near Lot E. Parking and student drop-off in Lot E to attend this event is allowed and all students must successfully complete the Health Screening app to participate. Students who want to make a snowman at home are encouraged to tag @classboard.2021 on Instagram!

Virtual Gap Year Fair
Have you thought about taking a gap year after high school? If so, consider attending a virtual presentation by Go Overseas for a combined webinar and virtual gap year fair on Thursday, Feb. 4 from 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Participants will receive updated information about gap year basics, how the gap year field has adapted due to the pandemic, tips for researching and planning your gap year, navigating the college deferral process and which programs are accepting applications this year.
Students who pre-register will receive information with a Zoom link to the webinar and instructions for attending the virtual fair.


Cut-Out Fans in the Stands
In the event that the Illinois Department of Public Health will not allow spectators to attend indoor/outdoor sporting events in 2021, the Stevenson Sports Boosters are offering a fun way to “BE” at the game(s) and continue showing your support for our student-athletes.
Here’s your chance to order a fan cutout for the entire season for just $36. Proceeds from the cutouts will support all athletic programs through the Stevenson Sports Boosters. Step-by-step directions for ordering are listed on the Fan Cuts website.
The deadline to order is Feb. 12 if you want to “BE” in the crowd for winter sports competitions and March 12 if you want to “BE” in the crowd for spring sports competitions.
All orders will ship to Stevenson High School and will be set-up by event personnel.


The Efforts of a California University to Protect Their Community
The University of California Davis is providing free COVID-19 testing, masks, testing and housing for those who need to quarantine to tens of thousands of people who live near the university. Public health experts say the initiative is the most ambitious program of its type in the country and could be a model for other universities.

College Board Halting Remote SAT Exams
Plans to offer SAT exams at home have been halted and the College Board testing organization is urging schools not to punish students who do not submit scores.

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