Gearing Up for Summer School
Spring may have just started, but we already have summer (school) on our mind. Students and families will recall a previous announcement that 2021 summer school courses will be offered in one of two formats: remote or in-person. To help us determine each courses’ format, we need students who have already registered for summer school to complete this survey by April 9 and indicate their desire to return to campus for summer school or learn remotely.
Students who have not yet registered for summer school still have time to register and can do so by visiting this webpage.
Yearbook Order Deadline Extended
Good news to any Patriot families who may have missed their opportunity to order this year’s yearbook! The deadline for ordering yearbooks has been extended to May 7. The cost of ordering is $50 and can be done through Josten’s website. We will be distributing the yearbooks May 25-27!
Juniors Recognized in International Journalism Contest
Kudos are in order for Juniors Victoria Feng and Sophia Ismail, who are part of the Stevenson’s Statesman team! During the 2021 Quill and Scroll International Writing, Photo and Multimedia Contest, Feng received two honorable mentions in Column Writing for her column “Beyond Offended” and in Sports Feature Writing for her article “Females blaze a trail.” Ismail received an honorable mention her Editorial Cartoon “Posts and Pickets.”
Students from six countries submitted 2,508 entries in 34 categories. Congratulations to these students for this fantastic achievement!
Anti-Racism and Inclusivity Week: Thursday’s Events
A huge thank you to all the students who participated in our Anti-Racism and Inclusivity Week events so far, and an even bigger thank you to the clubs that organized these fantastic events. Please set your reminders to join us for our last day of events! As a reminder, all events are posted on our Anti-Racism Week web page, where you can also find a library of recorded content. We hope to see you all there!
Time: 6-7 p.m.
Sponsor: Asian American Student Association
Time: 7-8:00 p.m.
PATRIOT SPORTS NEWS
Athletic Results for March 30
The boys soccer team beat Zion-Benton 3-1 to bring their overall season record to 4-1 and 2-1 in the NSC. Alem Duratovic scored two goals to help lead the Patriots to victory. His first goal was assisted by Adam Hamad and his second goal was assisted by Anthony Skordilis. The third goal was scored by Adam Hamad and assisted by Nazar Mormul. Next up, the team returns to the Stevenson on Thursday, April 1 at 4:45 p.m. and will take on Lake Zurich on Game Field 13.
In Case You Missed It: Check Out the Winter Sports Awards!
Last night, we hosted our Athletics Division hosted the Winter Sports Awards. A recording of the program can be found on the Stevenson Patriot Athletics YouTube page. Special recognition was given to the following students:
Sports Boosters Big Gun Award: Alyvia Gitler – Girls Gymnastics; Emily Hu – Girls Badminton; Simran Batra – Girls Fencing; Kelly Radelet – Girls Bowling; Nicholas Sternes – Boys Bowling; Brandon Xiong – Boys Swimming & Diving; Andrew Chambers – Boys Ice Hockey; William Rademacher – Boys Fencing; Nikki Ware – Girls Basketball; Hannah Brand – Cheerleading; Elli Freeman – Patriettes Competitive Dance; Andrew Chieng – Boys Basketball; Andrew Thornton – Allied Spirit
NSC Sportsmanship: Shibani Ram – Girls Badminton; Jaison Williams – Boys Basketball; Madeline Rosenbaum – Girls Basketball; Rachel Max – Cheerleading; Ricky Tiongson – Patriettes Competitive Dance; Ainslee Cutler – Girls Gymnastics; Andrew Thalos – Boys Swimming & Diving; Joey Gluck – Boys Bowling; Kelly Radelet – Girls Bowling
Winter Scholar-Athlete: Gordon Xu – Boys Swimming & Diving; William Rademacher – Boys Fencing; Ian Zhang – Boys Ice Hockey; Yumin Kim – Girls Bowling; Rachel Max – Cheerleading; Josephina Ronson – Patriettes Competitive Dance
Thank you to all of our winter athletes for an amazing season!
Order Your Sports Boosters Lawn Signs!
Now that spring is here and the grass is back in view, Stevenson Sports Boosters is offering a way for Patriot families to spruce up their lawn with custom lawn signs!
Choose from a variety of options. Prices range from $20-$68, and signs will be shipped directly to your home. Click here to shop now!
Passion, beauty of special education showcased through recruiting campaign
The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa College of Education partnered with the state’s Department of Education to launch a multimedia campaign to increase the number of students pursuing a career in special education.
As students return to the classroom, schools add more mental health services
The pandemic has deeply and significantly impacted mental health. One year later, as more schools reopen their campus, schools and colleges work to address the mental health needs of students.