‘Tis Almost Prom Season! Get Your Tickets Now!
Get pumped Patriots! Prom is just 23 days away!
The Junior Class Board is excited to present “Prom 2022,” which will be held at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare in Rosemont on Saturday, April 23.
Prom Tickets, which are $95 per person and include everything (transportation, dance and meal), can be purchased here. Ticket sales end at 11 p.m. on Sunday, April 10. On Prom Night, check-in at Stevenson is from 5 p.m to 5:30 p.m. To bring a non-Stevenson guest to Prom 2022, a Guest Permission Form must be completed.
For more details about “Prom 2022,” please reference the Prom Information Booklet.
Jazz Up Your Evening Tomorrow Night At “Evening Of Jazz”
Featuring a wide variety of current and classic songs, tomorrow night’s “Evening Of Jazz,” will be a shared performance by Stevenson’s co-curricular jazz bands and a cappella groups.
“Evening of Jazz,” from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the West Auditorium, includes performances from Jazz Lab Band, Concert Jazz Band, Jazz Ensemble, Low~Frequency, Nothing But Treble and Polyphonics.
The event will also be streamed on the Fine Arts Vimeo page.
Testing Days Coming Up In April
Just a reminder that April is a big testing month. Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen will participate in the SAT Suite of Assessments, as required by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE). All students are automatically registered for these tests and there are no registration fees or costs associated. Below are the dates when each assessment will be given during the school day at Stevenson:
- April 13th – Juniors will take the SAT with Essay, and Freshmen will take the PSAT 8/9.
- April 26th – Sophomores will take the PSAT10, and Freshmen will come to school this day for special programming.
More information about the tests, calculator policy and student guides, as well as test exam day information, can be found in the e-mail sent to you yesterday.
Play Some Dodge Ball For A Good Cause On Sunday Afternoon
Love Dodge Ball? Want to play for a good cause? The Rotary Youth Club Eboard is hosting a Dodge Ball tournament, cleverly named “Dodge Polio,” to raise awareness of the disease Polio.
Polio still remains in Afghanistan and Pakistan, but Rotary International has made significant strides in eradicating Polio in many other countries such as India and Nigeria.
This tournament is one of the Rotary Youth Club’s biggest events of the year and will be held on Sunday at the Sportscenter. Doors open at 12 noon and games begin at 12:30 p.m. Please form teams of 5 to 8 people and fill out the registration form. The cost is $5 per team member. Entry fees can be paid at the door or online. Five people will play at a time and teams can have as many as three people on the bench to sub in.
The tournament can accommodate a maximum of 30 teams and entry is first come, first serve. Teams will compete for prizes.
Final Deadline For “Wit” Writing Submissions Is Monday
Keep your wits about you and don’t forget that the final deadline for “Wit” submissions is right around the corner. Writing is due by Monday. Scan the QR Code to the left for more information. The “Wit” is Stevenson’s nationally award-winning art and literary magazine.
Girls Lacrosse: Stevenson had a home match against Normal West and won convincingly, 19-9.
Lili Sorenson was the leading goal scorer with 6 goals and 3 assists. Teagan Hendricks contributed 4 goals, Lizzy Dubilier had 3 goals and 2 assists, Jackie Wynne and Michelle Cabrera had 2 goals apiece, Jordyn Ackerman had a goal and 3 assists and Kasey Woods also had a goal to round out the scoring. Aliyah Omran had 2 assists and Megan Randol had 13 saves. Collectively, the team controlled 25 ground balls and worked hard together to secure the win. Next up for the Patriots is a road contest at Conant at Noon on Saturday.
Boys Lacrosse: The Patriots took on Barrington last night in a non-conference matchup and squeezed out a 14-13 victory. Next up for Stevenson is Conant at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Stadium.
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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.
Mar. 31: ELC Butterfly Boutique Spring Candle Sale Deadline
Apr. 1: Evening Of Jazz
April 4-8: Anti-Racism and Inclusivity Week
Apr. 4: String Parents Association Meeting
Apr. 5-6: AP Art Show
Apr. 5: AP Art Show Reception
Apr. 5: BPO Meeting
Apr. 6: PPA Bake Sale
Apr. 6: Student Government Induction
Apr. 7: Freshmen Family Night