|The Weekend Is Here! The PWC Is Open Saturdays And Sundays…For Working Out, Studying Or Just Hanging Out With Friends!|
The Patriot Wellness Center is for all things wellness ~ fitness, nutrition, relaxation and that very necessary social time with friends.
Just a reminder that the PWC can be a place for all of that not only during the week, but on weekends, too. One of the unique aspects of this brand new 106,000-square foot facility is its accessibility to students on Saturdays and Sundays.
Come in on the weekend for a workout, to grab a healthy bite from the PWC Cafe, to find a quiet place to do homework, or to meet up with friends. There’s a spot for everyone at the PWC!
Here are the PWC’s daily and weekend hours:Monday through Thursday: 3:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.Friday: 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
|Wellness Week Starts On Monday With Button Giveaway!|
It’s almost time to focus on health and wellness while building connections within the Stevenson Community. Wellness Week kicks off on Monday, and StreetFest caps the week next Saturday.
Peer Helpers will get this annual Stevenson mega-event started with a week’s worth of fun activities each school day. Wellness Week runs Monday through Friday with all activities during the lunch hours to take place in the Student Lounge next to the College Career Center:Here’s A Look At Monday’s Activity: It’s the “Kickoff to Wellness Week!” There will be a Button Giveaway before school at all entrances featuring the Four Pillars of Wellness ~ Mindset, Sleep, Nutrition, MovementTo cap off Wellness Week, the National Honor Society will host, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday (Sept. 17), StreetFest, where students and community members can enjoy fireworks, live student performances, inflatables, food trucks and activities from various Stevenson clubs and community agencies that all promote and support wellness!All attendees must have a ticket to enter the event with 100 percent of proceeds going to local wellness-based agencies Shelter Inc. and Family Focus. At StreetFest, all of the activities will shut down at 7:45 p.m. and attendees will be directed into The Stadium for the Closing Ceremony, which will include student performances and fireworks. For safety purposes, once the Closing Ceremony has begun, all spectators must remain in The Stadium for the fireworks.TICKETS: Tickets to StreetFest are live and available for purchase on Go Fan! If you are in NHS, check your e-mail for specific ticketing instructions.
T-SHIRTS: Wellness Week StreetFest t-shirts will be available for purchase during the lunch hours for $10 in the Wood Commons and the East Glass Commons. T-shirts will also be available during the Sept. 16 home football game.
|Get Tickets For Stevenson’s Class Of 2022 Athletic Hall of Fame Induction; Basketball Legend Brunson Tops List Of InducteesStevenson’s Athletic Hall of Fame Induction for the Class of 2022 is just around the corner and there are still limited seats available to attend. Help the Athletic Department honor the excellence, pride, and distinction that each of the five inductees has brought to the Stevenson community at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 17.|
This year’s five individual honorees are: Jalen Brunson, former basketball player and current NBA standout; Dave Keevins, a former tennis player and paddle national champion; Steve Leissner, a former Olympian and Big Ten Champion who dominated his individual races in the pool; Robert Solomon, a decorated gymnast and extraordinary collegiate athlete; and Elissa Wisniewski, a highly successful softball player who guided her high school and college teams to regular playoff berths.
For more information on our 2022 inductees, you can read about their successes here. Tickets can be purchased for $15 for adults and $10 for children. Get your tickets at GoFan.
|Get A Clue! Tickets For “Clue” Are On Sale Starting Today!|
Was it Miss Scarlet in the Study with a rope, or was it Professor Plum with a knife in the Kitchen?
Find out in a couple weeks when “Clue: High School Edition” takes the stage at Stevenson’s Black Box Theater as the Fall Play. Tickets for the production, which will run Thursday, Sept. 22 (7 p.m.), Friday, Sept. 23 (7 p.m.) and Saturday, Sept. 24 (2 p.m. and 7 p.m.), are live as of TODAY and can be purchased with this link.
“Clue: High School Edition” is based on the iconic 1985 Paramount movie which was inspired by the classic Hasbro board game. It is a hilarious farce-meets-murder mystery. The tale begins at a remote mansion, where six mysterious guests assemble for an unusual dinner party…and murder and blackmail are on the menu. When their host turns up dead, the guests all become suspects.
Led by Wadsworth – the butler, Miss Scarlett, Professor Plum, Mrs. White, Mr. Green, Mrs. Peacock and Colonel Mustard race to find the killer as the body count stacks up. Clue is the comedy “whodunit” that will leave both cult-fans and newcomers in stitches as they try to figure out…WHO did it, WHERE, and with WHAT!
**As an interesting twist for this particular production, the audience will be on three sides of what is known as a “thrust stage” and the cast will go through the aisles and around the audience frequently. The goal is that audience members will feel like they are right in the middle of the action and stuck in the mansion with the characters!
|Homecoming Week Is In Two Weeks: Get Your Dance Tickets Now!|
Believe it or not, Homecoming 2022 is right around the corner! Spirit Week starts on Tuesday, Sept. 27 and runs through Friday, Sept. 30. A Disco-themed Dance caps the Homecoming festivities on Saturday, Oct. 1 in the Fieldhouse.
Tickets for the Homecoming Dance went live this week and can be purchased online until Sept. 30 at $25 each. Tickets purchased on the day of the Dance are $40 each. No cash will be accepted when buying tickets at the door, but tickets can be purchased online until the Dance begins. Students must bring their IDs to check in at the Dance.
Doors open for the Dance at 7:30 p.m. and close at 8 p.m. Note that this is a lock-in event. Students will not be allowed to leave until the Dance ends at 10:30 p.m.
Non-Stevenson students can attend the Dance as a guest of a Stevenson Student. One guest per student maximum. To bring a guest from another school, please fill out this form.
|What Is One Of The Oldest Clubs At Stevenson? Find Out At ACES Meeting After School Today!|
If STEM is your thing, check out ACES! ACES (Academic Challenges in Engineering and Science) is one of the oldest competitive academic clubs at Stevenson and will meet Fridays after school in Room 1516, starting TODAY!
Students can compete in multiple choice tests individually in the subjects of Math, Physics, Engineering, CS, Chemistry, Biology, and Reading at tournaments from which they can qualify for higher-level competitions like state and even nationals.
TEAMS is also another competition in which ACES students can form a team of four people and compete together in the essay, MCQ, and build challenge.
Last year, a team from Stevenson got first at state for TEAMS and even went to nationals.
|Extra, Extra: “Statesman” To Report On Sporting Events|
Athletes And Coaches: Got a sports score you want to report? The Athletic Department is now working with the “Statesman” to promote sporting events and scores from Stevenson athletic contests.
Visit the website of the “Statesman” for recaps of various sports contests at Stevenson as well as other Stevenson High School News.
|Catalyst Club Hosting “Not My Kid?!?” Event On Tuesday|
To help kick off the new school year with a great message, Catalyst Club, a leadership group dedicated to supporting and encouraging a drug- and alcohol-free lifestyle for the youth in our community, has teamed with Stand Strong Coalition for its annual Not My Kid?!? event from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday in the Recital Hall.
Catalyst is welcoming nationally recognized mental health and drug prevention speaker, Dr. Matthew Bellace, who has a PhD in clinical psychology with a subspecialty in clinical neuropsychology. He trained at the National Institutes of Mental Health and The Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.Dr. Bellace is the author of the best-selling book, “A Better High: Laugh, Help, Run, Love and Other Ways to Get Naturally High.” His most recent book, “Life Is Disappointing and Other Inspiring Thoughts,” focuses on dealing with disappointment and techniques for coping with pain, loss and failure.Dr. Bellace is also a contributing author for the “National Geographic Kids” and was featured in the PBS documentary “Voices of Hope.” Dr. Bellace has presented in forty-seven states and across Canada, annually appearing in front of more than 100,000 people at national conferences, professional organizations, schools and universities, and for the military.
Registration is FREE at notmykid2022.eventbrite.com.
|Morning Protocol: No Drop-Offs In Subdivision |
Parents: Please note that, for safety purposes, there should be no drop-offs of students before school in the Tenerife subdivision.
The Buffalo Grove Police Department may start ticketing those who continue to do so.
Thank you for your cooperation.
|Another Parking Option Available: East Port Clinton Lot Is OpenJust A Reminder: The brand new East Port Clinton Parking Lot is now done and is an available option for students.Junior and Senior students are permitted to purchase daily parking for the East and West Port Clinton parking lots. These spots must be purchased via the Patriot Superstore and are $5 per day. Students may purchase up to 15 Port Clinton parking spots per month.These spots are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Sophomores are not permitted to park anywhere on campus.|
For more information about parking, please visit the Transportation page on the Stevenson website or watch this short video.
|Get Posterized! Poster Design Club To Host Meeting On Monday!|
Want an outlet for your creative side?
Join Poster Design Club, which meets every Monday after school from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Room 6016. The club’s first meeting of the new school year is Monday.
Poster Design Club provides students with independent opportunities to work thematically and develop artistic skills and techniques in a variety of media. Students can develop portfolio material and have their designs printed or published throughout the school or community. Students have the opportunity to participate in a professional client/employee relationship while developing their products and communication skills and also meeting deadlines.
Follow the Poster Design Club on Instagram at: @shs.posterdesign.
|Stevenson Football Standout Snider Honored By Chicago Tribune|
In the wake of the football team’s big 35-7 Week 2 win over New Trier last week, senior receiver Ben Snider (pictured left, No. 10)was named the Chicago Tribune’s Lake County Offensive Player of the Week on Thursday.
Against the Trevians, Snider had 6 catches for a school-record 236 yards and 3 touchdowns.
The Patriots (1-1) try to keep the momentum going tonight with a North Suburban Conference tilt at Lake Zurich. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. Lake Zurich High School does not accept cash at the gate, therefore, all tickets must be purchased through GoFan.
|Girls Lacrosse Meeting Scheduled For Monday|
Are you interested in girls lacrosse? If so, you are invited to discuss fall fundraising and off-season opportunities for open gyms, workouts, and winter training. This meeting is open for ALL girls interested in trying out for lacrosse this spring! The meeting is from 3:45 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. on Monday in Room 5132.
Boys Soccer: Stevenson moved to 7-0-1 on the season after getting a 2-1 victory in an intense and hard-fought game against Lake Zurich. At the 20-minute mark, Daniel Sokolovsky broke open a scoreless game by scoring a goal that was assisted by Bryant Rouse. The momentum swung back and forth throughout the second half and goalie Aidan Morris had a fantastic game making several key saves to keep the Patriots in the game. With 13 minutes left in the game, Lake Zurich scored on a penalty kick to force a 1-1 tie. With two minutes remaining, Burak Gulsen won a ball on defense and passed it to Solokovsky who found Filip Janda on a break away. Janda used his speed and strength to hold off a defender and scored the winning goal. The Patriots will next take on Warren at home at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
Boys Golf: Stevenson defeated Zion-Benton 159-201 on Thursday to move to 3-2 on the season. The Patriots were led by Abhay Agarwal with a score of 38, followed by Ryan Sturtewagen with a 39, Bobby Yun with a 40 and Jun Park with a 42. Next up for the Patriots is the Barrington Invite at Ivanhoe Country Club starting at 2 p.m. on Monday.
Girls Tennis: The Patriots, now 3-0 on the season, dominated at Warren and recorded a 7-0 victory. No. 1 singles player Sophia Shlyakhta dominated her match, winning 6-1, 6-1. No. 2 singles player Emma Blass won 6-3, 6-0 followed by No. 3 singles player Sona Surya who won 6-0, 6-1. On the doubles side, the No. 1 team of Sonia Mehta and Ainika Hou took control of their match, winning 6-0, 6-0. The No. 2 doubles team of Abby Ma and Ana Sukovic also prevailed 6-0, 6-0. The No. 3 doubles team of Kate Herlihy and Ashley Adkisson won 6-2, 6-0 and the No. 4 doubles team of Maggie Kuong and Kriti Mohan controlled their match, winning 6-0, 6-0. Next up for the Patriots is the Fremd Invite on Saturday. The action begins at 8:30 a.m.
Girls Swimming and Diving: Last night, the Patriots competed in their first meet of the season, hosting Warren in a dual conference matchup. Stevenson won 117-66. In the 200-yard medley relay, the team of Abby Collins, Lili Sandor, Milena Busma, and Isabelle Gattone placed first with a time of 1:50.15. In the 200-yard freestyle, Amy Andres and Shay Donovan placed first and second respectively with times of 1:58.00 and 1:58.30. In the 200-yard IM, Stevenson swept the field, placing first, second and third. Meanwhile, Elise Regalado placed first in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 25.56. Hana Wienckowski placed first for the Patriots in the 100-yard fly with a time of 59.13. Stevenson placed first and second in the 100-yard freestyle and then took first and second place in the 500-yard freestyle. Stevenson dominated in the relays taking first place in the 200-yard freestyle relay and the 400-yard freestyle relay. Gattone won the 100-yard backstroke by two seconds with a time of 1:02.83, and in the 100-yard breaststroke, Collins placed first with a time of 1:10.89. Next up for the Patriots is a triangular in the Stevenson Pool at 5:30 p.m. today.
Boys Hockey: For its season debut, Stevenson headed down to Center Ice in Glen Ellyn for the Wheaton West Preseason Invite to take on Marmion in the first round and got a 7-1 victory. Davis Jegers dominated the scoring, putting 4 of the 7 goals in the back of the net. Tristan Caridei, Ethan O’Gradney, and Brandon Schultz each scored one goal. Goalie Justin Alter had 6 saves on the night. Next up for the Patriots is Waubonsie at 5:20 p.m. today at Center Ice Rink in Glen Ellyn.
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|Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.|
Sept. 12-17: Wellness Week
Sept. 14: PPA Bake Sale
Sept. 15: Late Arrival
Sept. 17: StreetFest 2022
Sept. 19: Jazz Faculty Recital
Sept. 19: District 125 Board Of Education Meeting