Thank Your Teachers TODAY…On VIDEO!
For the last week, in preparation for Teacher Appreciation Week May 2 through May 6, we have been asking you to share with us written messages of gratitude for your teachers. Thank you so much for your submissions!
Now, we’re moving on to the VIDEO PORTION of our tribute to our teachers.
Starting today, we will spend the next two days video-taping your messages of gratitude at select locations around campus. If you’d like to give a short video “shout out” to your teachers, stop by at any time during the lunch hours.
Today: Skybridge At The Point (The Bridge/Walkway that is above the Point Entrance in the Forum)
Tomorrow: Glass Commons/Patio Entrance
Let’s Go Green! It’s Earth Week, Day 2!
Earth Week is an opportunity to celebrate our planet and increase awareness of what we can do individually and collectively to care for it. Throughout Stevenson’s Earth Week this week, there will be various service and educational opportunities that align with the Earth Day 2022 organization’s sustainability campaigns.
The events at Stevenson will be hosted by the Green Team and include a vegan bake sale in the Wood Commons today after school. Tomorrow there is a composting activity during the lunch hours and the Habitat Restoration Service Project after school.
Other activities this week include up-cycling, chalk art, tree planting and a plastic cutlery reduction project. And there will also be expanded vegan and vegetarian options all week at Jazzman’s.
As is the case with most special weeks at Stevenson, there are theme days during Earth Week, too. Today is “Tree-“ats Tuesday, tomorrow is Waste Wednesday and there is Thrifty Thursday.
Stevenson Writers Earn Distinction In National Playwright Festival; Are Now Candidates For Production Of Their Plays
Senior Wyn Thomas (pictured above right) and junior Norah Osborne (pictured above left) have been selected as semifinalists for their individual play submissions in The Blank Theatre’s Nationwide Thirtieth Anniversary Young Playwrights Festival.
If selected, the girls’ work will be produced this summer at the Young Playwrights Festival. The Blank Theatre contacted Thomas and Osborne to let them know that as a result of being chosen as semifinalists, they have already been provided with full scholarships to a course in the Young Playwrights Academy.
Thomas and Osborne are on the Executive Board for Stevenson’s Script Studio and have had their work selected to be performed at the upcoming One Acts, April 29-30.
Sweet! Bake Sale Tomorrow!
It’s time for another Bake Sale, sponsored by the Patriot Parent Association. You know the drill! Everything is $1 and cash or Patriot Dollars is accepted. Students can make it through the line quickest with cash! The sale starts tomorrow immediately after sixth period.
Order Your Copy Of The Wit Now!
Get your copy of the latest edition of The Wit, Stevenson’s award-winning literary art magazine, now until May 2. Use the QR code to the left to order.
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 Track and Field: Last Thursday, Stevenson hosted the 50th Annual Patriot Relays on a cool night in Lincolnshire. In the 4×100 relay, Zach Goldman, Marcus Caselberry, Keegan Latulippe, and Jimmy Davis took first place with a time of 44.08. In the 4×100 throwers relay, Stevenson placed second with Lawerence Han, Ethan Aghakhan, Remy Herrejon, and Colin Shultz and a time of 50.75. In the 4×200, Goldman, Caselberry, Latulippe and Davis came in fifth with a time of 1:35.21. Caselberry, Thomas Simmons, Lohith Varikuti, and Joey Kalou performed in the 4×110 shuttle hurdles, placing fourth with a time of 1:17.70. In the high jump, Mark Hellwig Jr. jumped with a height of 1.98 meters, taking first place. In the triple jump, Alex Xie scored an 11.92 meters, which was a personal record. Next up for the Patriots is a triangular meet with Libertyville and Waukegan at 5 p.m. tomorrow at the Stadium.
Boys Lacrosse: Stevenson fell to Grayslake North, 18-17. Up 14-9 at half, the Patriots were unable to hold on. Ryan Hynes led the attack with 5 goals and 2 assists. Colin Livesay and Monty Hashemi added 4 goals each. Ethan O’Gradney added 3 goals and Caleb Lee had 1 goal. Andrew Kim had 2 assists on the day. Next up for the Patriots is conference opponent Lake Zurich. The action starts tomorrow at 5:15 p.m. on Field 14 at Stevenson.
Boys Volleyball: The Patriots (18-2, 1-0) defeated Hersey, 25-21, 25-14. Libero Murad Shahzadah had 1 ace and 6 digs. Karl Lutz had 3 kills, while Sam Nuudel had 3 kills, 1 block assist and 2 digs. Eric Hartman contributed 4 kills. Christian Headley added 1 ace, 2 kills, and 3 digs. Daniel Nuudel had 2 kills, 18 assists, and 2 digs. Stevenson is back in action tomorrow in a conference match against the Warren, which will be held at 6 p.m. at Warren’s Almond Campus.
Badminton: The Patriots (11-0, 5-0) prevailed again, winning their match against Glenbrook South, 18-0. The doubles team of Veronica Liu and Katherine Li got a 21-5, 21-4 victory. Singles player Katherine Li won her match 21-4, 21-2 while fellow singles player Nancy Zhang got a 21-3, 21-5 victory. Next up for Stevenson is Naperville North at 4:45 p.m. tomorrow in the Fieldhouse.
Boys’ Water Polo
No. 3 Stevenson (11-4, 3-0) defeated No. 10 St. Charles North, 11-4. Goalie Mark Younan had 6 saves, while goalie Armaan Gill had 5 saves. Sully Swanson (4 steals) and Olin Kusevskis each had 3 goals. Max Lapointe-St. Georges, Andrew Mossman, Tamer Dalloul, Kunal Rajadhyax, and Angelos Koutsogeorgas each added 1 goal in the win. Next up for Stevenson is conference rival Libertyville, at 6 p.m. tonight in the Stevenson Pool.
One Little Firm’s Bizarre Mix Of College Counseling And Deep Research
This company helps kids understand how to work on and develop grad-school-level projects — which allows them to impress selective colleges.
Is A College Degree The Worst Investment You Can Make — Or The Best?
At a recent education conference, two devoted educators faced off about the value of traditional college.
The Week Ahead
Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.
Apr. 19-22: Earth Week
Apr. 19. Percussion Ensemble Concert
Apr. 20: Senior Awards
Apr. 20: PPA Bake Sale
Apr. 21: Late Arrival
Apr. 21: NHS Induction
Apr. 23: Prom 2022
Apr. 25: Making A Healthy Transition To Stevenson
Apr. 26: Consortium Artfest
Apr. 26: PSAT 10 ~ Sophomores