‘Tis Almost Prom Season! Get Your Tickets Now!
Get pumped Patriots! Prom is just 18 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. 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.
It’s Day 2 Of Anti-Racism And Inclusivity Week!
Get ready for some fun and thought-provoking activities this week!
Stevenson’s second annual Anti-Racism and Inclusivity Week, running this entire week, will be focused on the theme of “Allyship,” which is integral to our community’s collective commitment to equity, access and inclusivity. To be an ally requires that a person not simply notice an injustice, but also take action by bringing attention to the injustice and requesting that it be corrected.
Here are the ARIW activities for today during the lunch hours:
- Dance Pioneers Allyship Trivia Hour: Hosted by Mélange Dance Company in the Wood Commons.
- Hoola Hoop for Cultural Competency: Hosted by Latino Hispanic Student Association in the Wood Commons.
Here are tomorrow’s highlights:
- Speakers Dr. Laura P. Minero (Keynote) and Mr. Israel Starck
For a full schedule of events, including times and locations, please visit the Anti-Racism and Inclusivity page on the Stevenson website.
Want To Attend Tomorrow’s Anti-Racism And Inclusivity Week Keynote Speech? You Need A Permission Slip
As a reminder, tomorrow’s keynote speaker for Anti-Racism and Inclusivity Week is Dr. Laura Minero, who earned her PhD in Counseling Psychology and has dedicated her life-affirming work to revolutionizing systems that adversely impact undocumented, queer, trans, and communities of color.
Minero’s session is scheduled for second and third periods in the West Auditorium and is titled: “2-SQT Latinx Communities: Why Intersectionality Matters.”
Students will need to turn in this permission slip in order to attend. The permissions slips may be dropped off at Room 2115B. Students can also get a permission slip from their sponsors or Dr. LeViis Haney to attend the event.
Debate Team Ends Season On High Note
Stevenson’s Debate Team finished the season with a strong showing in both of its major events. In only the second year of Public Forum debate at Stevenson, the team of Alex Pollock and Michael Kirylau advanced to the elimination round, nearly joining the top eight teams in the quarterfinals. In Student Congress, Samarth Arul advanced to the final round, as did both of the team’s captains. Captain Aditi Ambravan (pictured left in flowered top) finished in second place while Captain Mia Korsunsky (pictured left in red) finished sixth overall.
Get A Comfy Animal Welfare T-Shirt; Support Our Furry Friends!
Back by popular demand, Stevenson’s Animal Welfare Club is offering another opportunity to help support our furry friends while purchasing the most comfortable t-shirt ever!
This year, the club has chosen to use the proceeds from its t-shirt sales to support Humane Society International. Humane Society International, “works around the globe to promote the human-animal bond, rescue and protect dogs and cats, improve farm animal welfare, protect wildlife, promote animal-free testing and research, respond to natural disasters and confront cruelty to animals in all of its forms. Active on nearly every continent, HSI is one of the few international animal protection organizations working to protect all animals—including animals in laboratories, farm animals, companion animals and wildlife.”
Please join the Animal Welfare Club in supporting this cause by purchasing a t-shirt through the school store. In order to get the t-shirts back before the year ends the option to purchase shirts will close on Monday, so don’t delay. Shirt orders will be ready for pick up in May (date to be determined) and all individuals who order will be notified in advance regarding the exact date for pick-up.
Freshmen and Sophomore Summer 2023 Travel Opportunities
There is incredible growth that comes with seeing the world, exploring new places and experiencing new cultures — and Stevenson is excited to bring that opportunity to your family and our community.
Freshmen and sophomores have the opportunity to explore three travel-based learning opportunities next summer: Service Learning in Peru’s Mountain Villages; Germany and the Alps; and a Global Leadership Summit in Amsterdam and Berlin.
To learn more about these travel opportunities or to register for the information sessions, click here.
Yum! Bake Sale Coming Up Tomorrow!
Time to satisfy your sweet tooth with another Patriot Parent Association Bake Sale!
As always, everything is $1 at tomorrow’s Bake Sale, which will be held immediately after sixth period in the Wood Commons and the Glass Commons. Cash or Patriot Dollars are accepted but students can make it through the line fastest with cash!
Website Update: Translate Function Has Been Relocated
Just a heads up that a small change has been made to the Stevenson website (d125.org). The translate function, previously located in the top right corner of the page, is now located in the bottom right corner of the page. The translate function allows users to translate the Stevenson website into 49 different languages!
CLC Is Hosting An Open House At All Three Of Its Campuses On Saturday
The College of Lake County is hosting an open house at all three campuses (Grayslake, Waukegan, Vernon Hills) on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. This is a great opportunity for potential and future students to meet with faculty, see interactive labs, watch live demonstrations, and take a campus tour. For more information, call 847.543.2035 or e-mail OOCE.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Starting To Plan Your Summer? Check Out Stevenson’s Summer Sports Camps
The Athletic Department is proud to offer a variety of sports camps for 9th through 12th graders. The programming exists to help student-athletes reach their athletic goals through affordable, high-quality sports programs for high school students during the summer season.
Click here for Stevenson’s “SHS Summer Sports Camps Guide,” which includes information about each program, schedules, locations, fees and registration. Registration can be completed up to the day before camp starts.
Boys Lacrosse: The Patriots defeated Conant 14-2 on Saturday. The team was led on offense by Ryan Hynes who had 6 goals and 2 assists with contributions by Monty Hashemi, Colin Livesay, and Andrew Kim, each of whom scored 2 goals. Justin Lucas starred at the face-off X, winning 10 out of 12 face-offs and contributing a goal. Cody Collins led all defenders with 4 ground balls. Stevenson is back in action on Thursday to take on Highland Park. The action starts at 6:30 p.m. in the stadium.
Girls Soccer: The Patriots (4-0) defeated Nazareth Academy, 5-0. Ellie Egeland opened the scoring with a goal in the second minute, assisted by Arria Chavez. Chavez followed up her assist with a goal of her own, assisted by Mimi Van Zanten. Egeland closed the first half with another goal, assisted by Bella Chavez. Gabi Poretto started the second half with a throw-in goal, assisted by Hailey Livesay. Ella Hong scored the fifth goal of the night, assisted by Bella Chavez. Stevenson will be back in action at 1 p.m. on Saturday taking on Lane Tech in the Malnati’s Deep Dish Classic Invitational at New Trier Stadium.
Boys Volleyball: Stevenson (7-1) won a tough three-set match against Fremd, 21-25, 26-24, 25-20. Setter Daniel Nuudel had 4 kills and 25 assists. Karl Lutz had 9 kills, Sam Nuudel had 7 kills and 2 block assists and Eric Hartman had 4 kills, 2 assists, 2 block assists and 1 solo block. Leo Kleban rounded out the service game with 2 aces. Next up for the Patriots is a road game at North Suburban Conference rival Lake Forest at 6 p.m. tomorrow.
Girls Softball: The Patriots (2-1 overall, 1-0 conference) breezed to a 20-1 victory over conference rival Lake Forest. Allie Stevens had 1 run, 2 hits, and 3 RBI. Abby Lewis had 3 runs, 3 hits, and 3 RBI. Reagan Koenigs had 3 runs, 2 hits, and 2 RBI. Micheala Duffy had 2 runs, 2 hits, and 2 RBI. Sophia Becker had 4 runs, 1 hit, and 1 RBI. And Annie Grisamore had 2 runs, 1 hit and 1 RBI. Next up for the Patriots is visiting Mundelein at 4:45 p.m. tonight.
Boys Gymnastics: Last night, the Patriots traveled to Glenbard North for a triangular. Stevenson took first place with a score of 123.80. Thor Mace topped all gymnasts, taking first place in the all-around with a score of 51.50. Santi Gonzalez came in fourth place in the all-around with a score of 41.30. And Daniel Castro rounded out the Stevenson gymnasts, placing in seventh place in the all-around with a score of 31.00. Next up for the Patriots is another triangular with Glenbard South and Glenbard East at 6 p.m. on Wednesday.
Boys Baseball: Stevenson (7-1 overall) won its North Suburban Conference opener with an 11-3 victory over Lake Forest. Owen Housinger drove in 4 runs on 2 hits to lead the Patriots. Housinger drove in runs on a double in the first inning and a single in the sixth. Stevenson pulled away for good with 5 runs in the third inning. Bryan Park singled to score a run, Michael Belbot singled to score 2 runs and Luca Morelli singled to score 1 run. Brady Rosenkranz was the winning pitcher for the Patriots, lasting three innings, allowing 5 hits and 3 runs while striking out 3 batters and walking one. Jonas Salgado threw four innings out of the bullpen in relief. Stevenson tallied a total of 14 hits in the game. Housinger, JR Nelson, Jordan Skolmar, Morelli, and Joe Richardson all had multiple hits. Next up for the Patriots is another game against Lake Forest. This one is a home game at the Varsity Baseball Field. The action starts at 4:45 p.m. today.
Chicago Teens Open Up About Race, Stereotypes And Dating
Five teens talk about whether stereotypes affect their relationships and how schools can help students from different backgrounds relate.
One Way To Address Student Mental Health? Bring The Clinic To School.
School-based health centers allow students to access therapy, a medical checkup, or a dental appointment a short walk from their classrooms.
The Week Ahead
Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.
April 5-8: Anti-Racism and Inclusivity Week
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
Apr. 8: Day Of Dance
Apr. 9: Tri-M Smackdown
Apr. 11: Activity Period
Apr. 11: Choral Guild Meeting
Apr. 12: “Race To Be Human” In-Person Discussion
Apr. 12: Tri-M Benefit Concert