Get First View App To Track Bus Transportation In Real Time
Stevenson is committed to providing safe and reliable bus transportation for students, and we appreciate our families’ patience as we work diligently through the bus driver shortage that has impacted schools across the nation.
With routes and schedules more stabilized, we are excited to announce that students and families will be able to access live bus tracking via the First View app beginning on Monday.
The First View app also provides predictive stop and arrival times and push notifications. For download and account registration instructions for the First View app, click here.
Stevenson’s Own Silver Medalist: Greycen Ren
While the Summer Olympics were happening in Tokyo this summer, senior Greycen Ren picked up his own silver medal in international competition in the 2021 International Biology Olympiad Challenge II, in which participants showcase their abilities in biology.
The event, originally scheduled to be held in Lisbon, Portugal, was conducted virtually instead due to COVID-19. Four students, including Ren, a leader of Stevenson’s Biology Olympiad club, represented the United States after they won the 2021 USA Biolympiad (USABO) National Finals, which were also held virtually by the Center for Excellence in Education (CEE). Nearly 9,000 students from 464 schools, 42 states, and eight international schools registered in that nationwide high school competition.
“These students honored our country at the IBO competition,” said Joann DiGennaro, president of CEE. “They are exceptional scholars headed for outstanding careers in science.”
Homecoming Week Starts With PJ Day!
To kick off Homecoming Week on Monday, get your comfy on for PJ Day. Wear your PJs or your comfiest clothes! Looking ahead, don’t forget about our other theme days during Homecoming Week:
Tuesday: Tie-Dye Tuesday.
Wednesday: Wacky Wednesday.
Thursday: Throwback Thursday.
Friday: Spirit Friday.
Fall Orchestra Concert Correction
At Thursday’s Fall Orchestra Concert, the saxophone soloist performing the “Glazunov Saxophone Concerto” was Justin Chung. A previous edition of the Daily Digest incorrectly referred to this student as Justin Kim.
What Is An International Thespian? Find Out At Information Session On Monday
Attention all freshmen and sophomores: If you are interested in becoming an International Thespian and learning more about club benefits and Big/Little mentorships, come to the Thespian meeting and information session from 7:50-8:20 a.m. on Monday in the Black Box Theatre.
The International Thespian Society (ITS), founded in 1929, is an honorary organization for high school and middle school theatre students located at more than 4,200 affiliated secondary schools across America, Canada and abroad. The mission of ITS is to honor student achievement in the theatre arts.
World’s Fair Booth Leaders: Sign-Up Deadline Is Sunday
World’s Fair is back this year and will be held on the weekend of October 23 and 24! As a reminder, in preparation for World’s Fair, we would like to call on all booth leaders. Deadline to sign up to be a booth leader is Sunday. If you would like to sign up for a booth leader meeting please fill out the booth leader meetings Google form on our Facebook page.
Intramural Fishing Reeling In The Fun
Intramural fishing is off and running! So grab your fishing gear and join us by the pond on Tuesdays during September and October. The IM fishing club will be continuing in the spring as well, so stay tuned.
Come out to Twin Rinks at 8 p.m. on Saturday to support the boys ice hockey team as it takes on Glenbrook North. As part of Fan Appreciation Night, the Patriots are asking fans to dress in white for a “White-Out.”
Girls Swimming: The Patriots improved to 2-0 in the North Suburban Conference and did so in dominating fashion with a decisive 113.5 – 72.5 victory over Lake Forest. Stevenson won seven of 12 events and finished first and second in all three relay events. The most notable performance was Nora Kowalski, breaking her own team record for six dives in a monstrous 281.05! Individual event winners included: Amanda Chang (200 free), Nora Kowalski (diving), Hana Wienckowski (100 fly) and Abby Collins (100 Free). Relay winners included: Abby Collins, Amy Andres, Hana Wienckowski and Izzie Gattone (200 medley); Katie Makarska, Abby Collins, Jenn Chen and Amanda Chang (200 free); Katie Makarska, Abby Collins, Claudia Rzeznik and Elizabeth White (400 free). The Patriots will be back in action at the Lake County Invite at 1 p.m. tomorrow.
Boys Soccer: Stevenson rallied in the second half to defeat Zion-Benton, 2-1. Trailing 1-0 at halftime, the Patriots jumped on the scoreboard in the second half with a goal by Kohei Mori, assisted by Makysm Dehachov. Daniel Sokolovsky then knocked in the game-winner off of a corner that was assisted by Mori. The Patriots return to action at 10 a.m. tomorrow against visiting Lakes.
Girls Tennis: The Patriots shut out Waukegan 7-0, winning every match in straight sets. All three singles players got 6-0, 6-0 wins, including Sophia Shlyakhta at No. 1, Sophia Lagen at No. 2 and Sabrina Xue at No. 3. In doubles, the No. 1 team of Angela Ran and Ashley Yan won 6-0, 6-0, the No. 2 team of Ariana Topalian and Molly Hayden won 6-0, 6-0, the No. 3 team of Unnathi Pasupuleti and Jenna Chen won 6-0, 6-1 and the No. 4 team of Simran Agarwal and Joanne Gaastra won 6-0, 6-0.
One district chief technology officer calculates the pandemic has propelled his school system as many as five years into the future.
Students at a Florida school are learning about National Hispanic Heritage Month through an “awe-inspiring” classroom door.
The Week Ahead
Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.
Sept. 24-Oct. 2: Move-A-Thon
Sept. 24-26: Baseball Fundraiser
Sept. 24-26: Fall Play: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Sept. 27: Start Of Homecoming Week
Sept. 29: Fall Band Concert
Sept: 30: Financial Aid Night for Junior and Senior Families
Oct. 1: Homecoming Football Game
Oct. 1: PPA Treat Day
Oct. 1: PM Assembly