World’s Fair: A Cultural And Philanthropic Success
Families, students and the general public took a trip around the world over the weekend just by hanging out at Stevenson.
World’s Fair was back and in person and not only exposed Fair-goers to multiple cultures, but also contributed a generous donation to the Stevenson Foundation. The Diversity Council (DIVCO), which sponsored World’s Fair, capped the event by presenting Linda Knapp of the Stevenson Foundation with a $10,000 check, proceeds from its food sales over the weekend.
The Fair featured booth experiences in the Wood Commons and Forum that included not only food but also activities and educational content on cultures from 30 different countries and cultural organizations. There were also performances in the PAC representing different countries.
Remember Every Moment From 2021-22!
Years from now, you’ll appreciate being able to look back fondly on your high school days by flipping through your yearbooks. So make plans to order your 2021-22 Ambassador Yearbook now. Stevenson’s online yearbook offer is now live and yearbooks can be purchased from Jostens directly. Or you may order by phone at (877) 767- 5217. Yearbooks are $50.
Intramural Flag Football Crowns Champions
It was Championship Sunday for intramural flag football over the weekend as the season concluded with four division winners: seniors, juniors, freshmen and girls. There was only one sophomore team this season, so that team played in the junior division.
The winners of the 2021 IM flag football championships were: the Cowboys in the girls division, the Ducks in the senior division, the Inferno in the junior division and the Zoo Keepers in the freshmen division.
Boys Cross Country: Sophomore Dylan Zimmerman advanced to the sectional at the boys regional over the weekend with a time of 17:31.86. The IHSA Class 3A Sectional will take place at Busse Woods in Hoffman Estates on Saturday. Zimmerman was inadvertently omitted from Monday’s cross country recap.
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The Week Ahead
Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.
Oct. 26-29: S*H*S Thanksgiving Care Package Fundraiser
Oct. 26: SPA Fundraiser
Oct. 28: Fall Guitar Concert
Oct. 30: Fall Biliteracy Exam
Oct. 31: Patriettes Fundraiser
Nov. 2: BPO Meeting