Listen To The Replay Of Stevenson’s Safety Mitigation Webinar
On Monday night, Stevenson hosted a webinar with Superintendent Eric Twadell and Principal Troy Gobble to update our entire community about safety mitigations on campus.
A Coaching Honor 40 Years In The Making: Tom Habley
Between boys and girls soccer and boys and girls basketball, Tom Habley put together a coaching career at Stevenson that spanned more than four decades.
Stevenson will celebrate that loyalty and longevity tonight in honoring Habley, a Class of 2021 inductee into the Lake County Hall of Fame, at halftime of the boys soccer game against North Suburban Conference rival Mundelein, which is slated for a 7 p.m. start in the stadium.
Now retired, Habley started the boys soccer team in 1977 and coached for six years, leading the Patriots to 53 wins and a regional title in 1982. He then began the girls soccer program in 1983 and was the head coach for six years, collecting 41 wins along the way. He also coached various levels of boys and girls basketball.
Habley was a teacher and clinical counselor at Stevenson until his retirement and was the brother of the late Dave Habley, Stevenson’s first band director.
Tonight’s soccer game has also been designated as “Night at the Beach,” and fans are encouraged to wear their beach attire as they cheer on the Patriots.
Help Stevenson Pick A Rotunda Artist
Artists from all over the country have submitted work samples to be considered for the 2021-22 Stevenson High School public art project: murals in the two rotunda ceilings outside the art galleries in the West Building. Join Fine Arts Coordinator Amanda Long in the ILC Presentation Area (room 2302) from 3:40-4:15 p.m. tomorrow for a student input meeting to review the submissions from the artists and provide input on which artists should move forward to the design round.
Applying To College Early Decision? Required Meeting At Lunch Today
Just a reminder: Students who are considering applying to a college via an Early Decision (ED I or ED II) application plan are required to attend a mandatory 20-minute session hosted by the College Career Center. The sessions will take place today during each lunch period in the Studio Theater and in the CCC on Oct. 8 at 7:45 a.m. and during 8th period. Students are required to attend only one 20-minute session.
Calling All Creative Freshmen and Sophomores
Hey freshmen and sophomores, if you like writing, art or both, submit your stuff to the Half-Wit! The Half-Wit is a great opportunity to have your work published in a magazine. Look around your English and art classes for the QR code to submit. We’re interested in your poems, essays, stories, songs, audio and artwork. The Half-Wit is a Freshman and Sophomore-Only literary-art magazine.
So Who Is Stylin’ At Stevenson?
If style is your game, and fashion is your middle name, check out the Stevenson Styler Fashion Club! New members are always welcome to attend our meetings, which begin tomorrow at 3:40 p.m. in Room 1612. This week, we will be making sugar lip scrubs!
Cheerio, Theatre peeps! Guess where the Patriot Theatre Company is going in 2023? That’s right, London, England! And plans for the big trip are already in the works. If you think you’d might be interested in making the trek over the Big Pond, then come to one of two information meetings this week: tomorrow from 7:45-8:15 a.m. in the Black Box or Friday from 3:45-4:15 p.m. in the Black Box. If you get bit by the travel bug at one of these meetings and would like to get your parents involved, we’ve got a parent Zoom informational meeting scheduled from 7-8 p.m. on Sept. 30. Click here for the link to the Parent Zoom Information Call.
Girls Golf: The undefeated Patriots got past Lake Zurich 152-161 at Village Green in Mundelein. Freshman Allyson Duan was the medalist with a 2-over-par, 36. Sophomore Rylie Pryor (37), junior Jessica Velent (39), and junior Joyce Hu (40) were the next top scorers for the Patriots. Seniors Abby Froyshteter and Amrita Johar both shot 43. Next up, the Patriots (9-0, 4-0) take on Libertyville at Veterans Memorial.
Boys Ice Hockey: The Patriots started off their season strong in the Pre-Season Invitational Tournament with impressive wins on Friday over Fenwick (10-2) and Waubonsie (10-0). On Saturday, they defeated last year’s state runner-up, Glenbrook North, 4-1 before dropping a tough one in overtime to eventual tournament champion and defending state champion, New Trier Green, 4-3. Junior Dylan Jette led all scorers with 5 goals and 6 assists. Senior Nolan Jones had 4 goals and 2 assists and junior Drew Lermer added 2 goals and 3 assists. The team will be back in action on Saturday in their first SHL League game at St Viator.
Boys Golf: Stevenson finished second at the Ivanhoe Invite with a score of 316. The Patriots were led by senior Maadhav Muralidharan, who shot a 77. The Patriots face Libertyville in a home match at 4 pm. today at the Arboretum Golf Club.
Girls Field Hockey: Marissa Dicker had 5 saves and Johanns Jakobson had 3 saves as the Patriots dropped a close one to Highland Park, 2-0. The team stays on the road for tonight’s game at Lakes.
President Biden Presses States To Require Vaccines For All Teachers
Under Biden’s expanded vaccine mandate, all employers with more than 100 workers must require them to get shots or test for the virus weekly. A separate provision requires vaccines for workers in Head Start programs and at schools operated by the federal government, affecting about 300,000 workers.
We Lived Through History on 9/11. Our Students Are Doing the Same Today
On the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks, a teacher explains how to help students understand the day’s significance.
The Week Ahead
Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.
Sept. 14: Rotunda Art Submission Deadline
Sept. 14: “Not My Kid?!?” Panel Event
Sept. 14: BPO Meeting
Sept. 16: Non-Attendance Day
Sept. 20: ISA Testing For Seniors
Sept. 20: Board of Education Meeting
Sept. 21: ISA Testing for Seniors
Sept. 21: Choral Concert