Laugh Along With Stevenson’s Comedy Troupe
This is no laughing matter. Well, actually, it is! Stevenson’s Comedy Troupe will have you literally laughing out loud at its latest production.
As a reminder, please join 30 of Stevenson’s funniest students who will make up the entire performance of “The Failed Presidential Candidates” in a live comedy show at 7 p.m. tonight at the Little Theatre (4200). This show is full of laughs but is also appropriate for all ages. This is a free event but please reserve tickets here because the audience will be limited to 175 people. There are only a few tickets remaining.
Important Date Changes for the Biliteracy Exam!
Stevenson’s Fall Biliteracy exam opportunity has been re-scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 30 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. in Room 2104. The exam must be taken in-person and cannot be taken remotely. All students interested in registering for the test must complete the Registration Form and pay via the Stevenson School Store. The deadline to register for the Fall Biliteracy exam is Friday, Oct. 22 at 11:00 p.m.
Are You An MVS? Think MVP…For Students
Here’s a great opportunity to earn some scholarship money for college! The Elks National Foundation will be awarding 500 four-year scholarships based on academics, leadership and financial need as part of its Most Valuable Student (MVS) Contest. National awards range from $1,000 to $12,500 per year, and are for students pursuing a four-year degree on a full-time basis at a U.S. college or university for the 2022-23 school year. The deadline to apply is Nov. 15. For complete details and the application form, click here.
Eat Some Cheese Curds…For A Good Cause!
Support Stevenson’s String Parents Association when you dine in, drive-through or carry out at both the Culver’s of Buffalo Grove AND the Culver’s of Lincolnshire on Monday! Culver’s will donate 25 percent of group sales back to the SPA. Make sure to mention that you are supporting the String Parents Association/Stevenson Strings when you place your order.
Expand Your Horizons with Geography Club
Did you know that local residents of the country of Laos often drink coffee (kaa-feh in Lao) out of plastic bags? Stevenson’s Geography Club, which meets every Monday after school in Room 2624, is a great way for students to get together, help raise cultural awareness and expand their global knowledge. Students will learn about a different country each month, and October’s selection is Laos, a southeast Asian country that is the only landlocked nation in the region. Join the Geography Club to learn more about Laos and meet new students!
Girls Swimming: The Patriots improved to 4-0 in the North Suburban Conference after their victory against Waukegan. Event winners were Hana Wienckowski (200 Medley Relay, 500 Free, 100 Breast), Sophia Berger (200 Medley Relay, 400 Free Relay), Elizabeth White (200 Medley Relay, 200 IM), Milena Busma (200 Medley Relay, 400 Free Relay), Claudia Rzeznik (200 Free, 200 Free Relay), Amanda Chang (50 Free), Stephanie Kirova (100 Fly, 100 Back, 400 Free Relay), Katie Makarska (100 Free, 200 Free Relay), Norah Polonsky (200 Free Relay), Aliah Levinson (200 Free Relay), Valerie Kutonova (400 Free Relay). Stevenson is headed to New Trier tomorrow for the 43rd Trevian Relays Invitational.
Boys Soccer: After 80 minutes of play, Stevenson and Libertyville ended in a 1-1 tie. A first-half penalty kick by the Wildcats gave them a 1-0 lead going into the halftime break. The host Patriots fought back and tied it up on a goal by Alex Zalewski, assisted by Oleksandr Pidgora. Stevenson’s record now stands at 12-2-4 overall and 4-2-1 in the North Suburban Conference. The Patriots travel to Ridgewood on Thursday for a 7 p.m. match. This week was a celebration of the Senior Class of 2022. Coach Chavez and his staff recognized JV and Varsity seniors Ribhav Bhatia, Jihoon Chae, Malik Gomez, Mauricio Ibarra, Zachary Pipin, Pratin Ravi, David Gancarz, Maksym Derhachov, Aayush Dixit, Adam Hamad, Ryan Harper, Oleksandr Pidgora, Christopher Roehl, Daniel Saltzman, Christian Yen, and Alex Zalewski.
Girls Field Hockey: After three quarters and a lightning delay, Stevenson and Highland Park paused with the score 0-0. The game will resume at 4:45 p.m. today in the Stadium.
The Loft Teen Arts Project commissioned seven finalists’ pieces, allocating between $1,500 and $2,500 to five individual artists and two groups. More than 150 young artists in the Chicago area applied.
Instead of time, we really have to look at the three C’s. And those three C’s are looking at the Content on screen; understanding the Context in which the child is playing, watching, or observing what they’re seeing on screen; and then the third C is the [individual] child. There’s so many different needs that children have at different ages and different stages of development in their own context of their family but also in their community.
The Week Ahead
Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.
Oct. 8: NHS Blood Drive Promotion
Oct. 8: Improv Performance
Oct. 11: Non-Attendance Day
Oct. 11: SPA Restaurant Fundraiser – Culver’s
Oct. 12: Best Buddies MOD Pizza Fundraiser
Oct. 13: PSAT/NMSQT for Juniors
Oct. 13: Sports Boosters Meeting
Oct. 14: Illinois Regional College Fair