Freshmen Mixer Was Out-Of-This-World!
Playing to the space and astronaut theme used during Freshmen Orientation Day, the Freshmen Mixer on Friday at the Pool Deck Patio was certainly an “out-of-this-world” experience that served as a great social introduction to Stevenson (and “Planet Stevenson”) for the Class of 2026!
Thanks to help from the FMP mentors, who organized and facilitated the event, there was plenty of music, dancing, snacks…and all kinds of great memories made! For more photos, check out our Instagram page.
Big Traffic News: Half Day Road Closed Just West Of Campus Starting Today
There is a major road closure just west of campus that will require many students and staff to adjust their routes to and from school.
Construction has closed Half Day Road at the railroad tracks just east of Prairie Road, running from 9 a.m. today until approximately 7 a.m. on Sunday (Aug. 28), weather permitting.
Save The Date: First Open House Is On Wednesday
Stevenson will be hosting parents and guardians of all students at its annual Open House, which will be held this year on two dates, starting on Wednesday from 7 – 9:30 p.m.
Last Names A – L attend on Wednesday
Last Names M – Z attend on Thursday, Sept. 1
Prior to the start of both Open House evenings, freshman and transfer student families are invited to meet with their child’s counselor from 6:15 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. The details for Open House were fully explained in an e-mail that was sent out to all families. Please plan your travel to Wednesday’s Open House accordingly as Half Day Road will be closed at the railroad tracks just east of Prairie Road.
For more information about the Open House evenings, please review the email that was sent to all families on Aug. 11.
Seniors: Want Help With The College Application Process? The CCC Has You Covered!
School may have just started, but many Seniors are already starting to think about applying to college, and how to do so.
Don’t forget that the College Career Center will hold its annual Senior Parent/Guardian Night from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. next Monday, Aug. 29. This event will be held in the Performing Arts Center and also live-streamed through Zoom. Topics to be covered include types of applications (Common App, for example), admission plans (including Early Decision), deadlines, obtaining a transcript, standardized test scores, letters of recommendation, essays, and scholarships.
Families requiring interpretation services are asked to e-mail: shs_CollegeCareer@d125.org, or contact the CCC at (847) 415-4517 by today.
The Student Lounge Is Officially Open!
The Student Lounge next to the College Career Center will again be open this school year during all lunch periods every school day!
As a quick reminder, the Peer Helpers work to staff that space, and the Lounge is there for any students who would like to relax, eat lunch, play games or meet new friends! Please encourage all your friends to check out the space!
|Talk The Talk: Share Your Love Of Sports With Stevenson Fans! Join The Sports Broadcasting Club!|
Have you ever listened the announcers during a game and thought, “I can do that.” Do you want to be a part of this historic year in Stevenson sports?
The Stevenson Sports Broadcasting Club will be holding an informational meeting after school today in Room 1628. New members in any grade are welcome. The club will meet every Monday after school in Room 1628.
Questions? E-mail Mr. Jason Carlson (email@example.com) or check us out on Instagram.
|Boys Badminton Club Is Starting Up Tomorrow|
Grab your racket and join the Boys Badminton Club!
The first meeting of the year is tomorrow from 3:45 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Fieldhouse.
If you have your own racket, please bring it. However, rackets will be provided for those who do not have their own. Shuttles will also be provided. In addition, you must dress appropriately for athletic competition. This includes wearing athletic shoes and no jeans. Last year, the club boasted nearly 90 members. For those who are returning, remember that court space may be tight and there may be a need to share time on the court.
Love Video Games? This Is The Club For You!
The Video Game Club is holding its first meeting of the year from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow in Room 1204.
Come by and play Nintendo, Playstation, X-Box, and old-school games. Contact Dr. Schroeder at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Sophomore Class Board Will Hold Meeting Tomorrow
The Sophomore Class Board will hold its first meeting at 3:40 p.m. tomorrow in Room 6116.
New members are always welcome!
Mentor Kids In A Fun Way: Join Snow Flake Club!
Are you interested in serving as a Snow Flake role model this year? If so, please attend our club meeting after school tomorrow in Room 7124.
Snow Flake is a club in which Stevenson students provide anti-substance and positive decision-making programming for seventh graders at Daniel Wright and Aptakisic.
We need volunteers to participate in skits and small groups. No experience is necessary! All are welcome! If you have questions, please contact Mr. Tim Foley at email@example.com.
|Sports Booster: Items for Sale During Open HousePlease stop by the Sports Boosters Spirit Wear Sale before Open House on Wednesday, Aug. 24, and Thursday, Sept. 1. Patriot gear will be for sale in the Wood Commons from 5 – 9 p.m. Cash, check and credit accepted.|
Activity Tickets/Booster Pass
Have you bought your activity ticket/booster pass yet? If not, you can go to the link provided on GoFan to purchase your tickets.
This Saturday, the Stevenson Boys’ Golf team finished 3rd out of 14 teams at the Warren Invitational at Bittersweet golf course. The Patriots were led by Senior Jun Park and Junior Richard Wang, who both shot a 77. The top scorers were rounded out by Junior Abhay Agarwal with a 78 and Junior Bobby Yun with an 81. Next up for the Boys’ Golf team is both the Lake County Invite at Thunderhawk Golf Club at 2 p.m. and the Fremd Invite at Inverness Country Club, also at 2 p.m.
Girls Field Hockey
The girls field hockey team traveled down to Glenbard West to take on Sacred Heart Academy and tied 1-1. Goalie Lilly Morrow recorded 6 saves in her varsity debut. Next up for the Patriots are the Titans from Glenbrook South. Game time is 6:15 p.m. at GBS.
What a night for our Girls Golf team! The Patriots beat their home score school record by 5 strokes! The new record beats the 2018 team record of 146. Allie Santos took down a 12-year old school record held by Hall of Famer Stephanie Miller. Allie holds the new low 9 hole home score with an impressive 31! Contributors to the record setting night were Chelsea She with a 33, Sophia Joeng with a 36 and both Rylie Pryor and Joyce Hu with a 41. What an incredible way to start our home season ⛳️. Next up for the Patriots is the Lake County Invite today at Bittersweet Golf Club, starting at 1 p.m.
Mark Your Calendars: Mandatory Student-Athlete Meeting Coming Up
All 2022-23 student-athletes are required to attend ONE general informational meeting during the school year. The first one is scheduled for Thursday from 9:45 a.m. to 10:15 am in the West Auditorium.
Attendance will be taken.
The full meeting schedule is: Sept. 15, Oct. 20, Nov. 17, Dec. 8, Jan. 19, Feb. 16, March 16, and April 20.
|U.S. Cancels $3.9 Billion In Loan Debt Of ITT Tech Students|
The move will grant full, automatic federal student loan forgiveness to 208,000 people.
This YouTube Star Says AI Will Become a Creative ‘Collaborator’ With Students
Taryn Southern is a performer who likes to experiment with cutting-edge technologies. She’s recorded a pop album that she co-wrote with some AI code, for instance, and she’s created a digital clone of herself that she can use to make videos for her popular YouTube channel. These days she’s a digital strategist looking at how things like the blockchain, the Metaverse and AI might change human expression. And over the summer, she shared her latest predictions with educators at a conference in New Orleans.