Friday, March 19, 2021

Calling All Artists for the 2022 Odyssey Festival!
The Fine Arts Department is now welcoming workshop submissions and recommendations for the 2022 Odyssey Festival.
Odyssey is a biennial fine arts festival where students are inspired, entertained, and encouraged to explore how the arts connect with their lives, academics, and career paths. The next Odyssey Festival is scheduled to take place February 8-9, 2022.
Odyssey workshops are 50-minute sessions which must include a creative project, artistic skill building exercise, or interactive elements that engage students viscerally in the artistic topic. Teachers/groups generally teach at least two sessions of their workshop, per day. At this time, the following groups are especially encouraged to submit workshops:

  • SHS Staff/Faculty
  • SHS Alumni
  • SHS Clubs (sponsored by a faculty/staff member)
  • SHS Students (in collaboration with a faculty/staff member)

Please fill out the Odyssey Artist Form to express your interest in teaching OR recommend an artist for the festival. The Spring submission window ends April 16.

We’re Hiring for the Summer!
Looking for a gig this summer? We got you covered.
The Career Exploration Program team has listed potential summer job opportunities as a way for students to see first-hand what it’s like to work in a particular profession or business. To view those job listings and description, click here!

Attention Seniors: Grab Yourself a Treat!
The PPA will be providing a free Wendy’s Frosty treat to the Class of 2021! Seniors should have received an email to their student email addresses on Wednesday. As a reminder, they must show the coupon from that email and their ID at Wendy’s to pick up their free Frosty.
Seniors can pick up their Frosty today, tomorrow and Sunday from 2-4 p.m. This tasty offer is valid only at Wendy’s located at 300 Half Day Rd. Enjoy!

Spring Break Pause on the Daily Digest
As a reminder, March 22-26 is Stevenson’s Spring Break. This will be the last edition of the Daily Digest for the next week, and the Digest will resume distribution on Monday, March 29. We wish our Patriot families a happy and healthy break!


Anti-Racism and Inclusivity Week: Monday’s Events
We are so excited to experience Stevenson’s very first Anti-Racism and Inclusivity Week when we return from Spring Break, and we hope to see many of our students at our virtual events!
As a reminder, all events are posted on our Anti-Racism Week website. Please set your reminders to join us for Monday’s line-up of events:


Athletic Results for March 18
Boys Soccer
Yesterday evening, March 18, the boys soccer team came up short in a 2-1 loss to the Warren Blue Devils in a North Suburban Conference matchup. During first half action, Sego Odongo played Alem Duratovic behind the back line which led to the opening goal. Warren answered back with scoring a late set piece. In the second half Warren scored from a corner. The Patriots (3-1, 1-1) travel to Zion-Benton on Tuesday for a chance to get back in the win column.


Kindergarten enrollment down nationwide
Kindergarten enrollment is down nationally. Administrative leaders and education experts weigh in on the trend, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and how to ensure kindergarten-aged children are prepared for first grade.

NASA program partners with high school students for space station solutions
NASA astronauts have always relied on duct tape as a solution to fix issues on board the International Space Station. A group of high school students came up with an innovative way to make their use of duct tape even easier.

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