coming soon… our patriot wellness center!
Pardon our dust! It has been nearly two years in the making, but we are so excited to share that the Patriot Wellness Center, formerly known as the second East Building Addition, is so very close to being completed! And we expect those doors to open to our students by the beginning of the school year!
The Patriot Wellness Center’s ultimate purpose is to empower our growing student population to embrace their wellness journey and the five pillars of wellness: mindset, sleep, nutrition, movement and stress management. With this in mind, we have a second exciting announcement to share: the addition of our new Wellness Coordinator Alex Stoller!
Alex most recently served in a consulting role at Stevenson and provided guidance on how to integrate wellness principles into the teaching and learning experience. We’re so grateful and excited to have him officially join our team in this capacity and to continue to build on our wellness initiatives.
We have more exciting information to share with you in the coming weeks, so stay tuned to “Summer @ Stevenson” to follow along in our journey!
summer school starts today!
It’s “Back-to-School” for some Patriots! The Summer School Sessions at Stevenson kick off today with Session 1.
- June 7-30: Summer School Session 1
- July 5-28: Summer School Session 2
For more information about Summer School, please refer to the e-mail that was previously sent out by Summer School Principal Anthony Reibel.
we’re back!! get the latest news…every tuesday!
Welcome to your Summer Version of the “Daily Digest”…only, we’re weekly now. But just for the summer! Every Tuesday!
“Summer @ Stevenson” is your one-stop shop for important information from Stevenson during the summer. We’ll have information about happenings around campus, as well as information related to summer enrichment and the upcoming school year.
The Daily Digest will return to its daily form starting the first week of the 2022-23 school year.
get in tip-top shape for the sat or act: join “bootcamp!”
Do you want to sharpen your skills for either the upcoming ACT or SAT exams? You’re in luck. Spaces are still available for this summer’s “Testing Bootcamps” that are taught by our own Stevenson faculty and staff. You can still register for either of these bootcamps:
** ACT Bootcamp: June 13 through June 15; 7:45 a.m. to 12:50 p.m., daily.
** SAT Bootcamp: July 5 through July 14; 7:45 a.m. to 12:50 p.m., daily.
Both summer experiences include a focus on: test-taking strategies, pacing guidelines, reinforcement of subject matter skills, and a simulation practice test on the last day of class where you will receive your immediate score report and feedback.
The late fee has been reduced for each of these experiences!
Questions? Contact Marla Israel at email@example.com or Ellyn Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org.
archery club finishes season strong!
Scholastic 3D Archery (S3DA) had its final competition of the year at the Northern IL Scholarship 3D Regional Tournament on May 28 in downstate Canton, near Peoria. Harshit Badjatia got first place for the Male Barebow Division. For the Female Barebow Division, the Patriots swept the top four places. Alicia Zheng took first place, Sanaa Sulton got second place, Nextanali Godoy got third place and Diana Baasantseren got fourth place.
patriot superstore running on summer hours now
The Patriot Superstore will be open over the summer.
Summer hours are as follows:
Monday Through Thursday: 8 a.m. to 12 Noon
Girls Bowling: The athletic department would like to announce that Mindy Fitzgibbons will be the new girls bowling coach for the 2022-23 season. Fitzgibbons gained her coaching experience through the game of softball, and she just completed her 16th year. Fitzgibbons also has ample experience as the JV girls tennis coach at Stevenson. Meanwhile, Mindy has worked in the athletic department for the past five years as an administrative assistant.
Summer Sport Camp: There is still time to register for Stevenson’s Summer Sports Camps. If you are interested in registering, follow the directions HERE. For more information on the Sports Camps that are offered, check out our camp brochure at the link HERE.
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the weeks ahead
Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.
June 7-30: Summer School Session 1
July 5-28: Summer School Session 2