|Wellness Week Ends With Movement Challenge And FIELD DAY!|
Today is the last day of Wellness Week! Thank you to the Peer Helpers for hosting a week’s worth of fun and informative activities, ending with today’s focus on movement.
The Movement Challenge ⛹️♀️⛹🏾♂️ features freeze pop prizes 🧊🏅! All activities during the lunch hours will take place in the Student Lounge next to the College Career Center.Field Day, hosted this afternoon after school by STUCO at the Patriot Wellness Center, will include all kinds of fun activities, such as Spike Ball, Gaga and Backyard Games. And Stevenson’s DJ Club will be providing tunes throughout the afternoon.
Field Day is free and there is no need to sign up. Just come over to the Patriot Wellness Center this afternoon and HAVE FUN!
A tailgate event for tonight’s home football game will begin after Field Day at approximately 5 p.m.
|Saturday At Stevenson: Make Plans To Hang Out On Campus For Fun, Games And Food At StreetFest!|
To cap off Wellness Week, the National Honor Society will host, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. tomorrow on campus, 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 tonight’s home football game.
STREETFEST ENTRANCE/EXIT: When arriving to and leaving from StreetFest, please use Stevenson’s Main Route 22 Entrance. The Port Clinton Entrance will be closed after Saturday morning’s Hall of Fame event. Parking for StreetFest will be in Lots B and D.
|Taking Over: Give A Shout Out To Senior Lekha Kothapalli At StreetFest; She’s Taking Over The Stevenson Instagram Account |
The Stevenson Communications Department would like to give a big THANK YOU in advance to senior Lekha Kothapalli (pictured right), who will be providing fun and colorful insights at StreetFest tomorrow night as she temporarily takes over the main Stevenson High School Instagram account.
Kothapalli is on the Executive Board of the National Honor Society. This is her second year as a member of NHS, which currently boasts 746 members.
Thank you, Lekha!
|Tonight’s Football Game Includes “Touchdowns for Troops” EventStudents Helping Soldiers will be honoring our veterans and those currently serving our country at our “Touchdowns For Troops” event during tonight’s football game as the Patriots (1-2) host Warren (3-0). Kickoff is at 7 p.m. in the Stadium.|
Visiting veterans will be honored and recognized prior to kickoff. Students Helping Soldiers will be collecting items at each entrance, such as: toiletries, gum, playing cards, Slim Jims beef jerky and snacks. Those items will then be sent in care packages to soldiers overseas.
Support this cause by wearing red, white, and blue or camouflage to the game. Tickets can be purchased for the game in advance on GoFan.
|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.
|Homecoming Week Is In 11 Days: 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 last 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.
|Important Reminder For Fans At Stevenson EventsStudent Section Expectations|
Student spectators are expected to cheer positively for the Stevenson Patriots. We ask that everyone demonstrate an attitude of good sportsmanship no matter what feelings of loyalty they may have toward one team or the other. Obscene cheers, the throwing of objects, and verbal or physical indignities directed toward athletes, coaches, or officials have no place in high school athletics. Anyone not displaying appropriate conduct at an athletic event will be asked to leave the event.
|Athletic ResultsBoys Soccer: Stevenson moved to 10-0-1 on the season after coming from behind to defeat conference rival Mundelein, 2-1. Mundelein started the game aggressively and forced a lot of errors from Stevenson and scored the first goal 20-minutes into the first half. The Patriots started matching the intensity of Mundelein and had a few chances to score to level the game, but the game remained 1-0 at the half. In the 50th minute, Stevenson won a ball with a counter press and Rohan Gopalam slipped the ball to Ben Isthisone, whose deflected shot ended up in the back of the goal to tie the score 1-1. In the 63rd minute, Steven Nyc tracked a ball and passed it to Daniel Sokolovsky on a counter attack, and Sokolovsky then found Chris Konieczny (pictured above) at the top of the box. Konieczny showed great composure and scored with a clinical finish putting Stevenson ahead for good. Up next for the Patriots is Lake Forest at home at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday in the Stadium.|
Boys Golf: Stevenson, now 4-2 on the season, defeated Libertyville, 150 to 161. The Patriots were led by junior Richard Wang with a 3-under-par and a total score of 33, followed by senior Ryan Sturtewagen with a 36. Junior Andrew Ryan shot a 40, while junior Bobby Yun had a 41. Next up for Stevenson is the Wheeling Invite at Chevy Chase on Saturday, starting at 8 a.m.Girls Tennis: The Patriots moved to 4-0 on the season with a 7-1 win over conference rival Lake Forest. Singles player Sarah Wang won her match, 6-1, 6-1, followed by Sophia Shlyakhta dominating her match, 6-0, 6-0 and Emma Blass, winning her match 6-4, 6-1. The only loss on the night was from the No. 2 doubles team of Sonia Mehta and Ainika Hou with a score of 0-6, 5-7. The four remaining doubles teams all won their matches in convincing fashion. No 2. Abby Ma and Ana Sukovic won 6-1, 6-4, Kate Herlihy and Ashley Adkisson won 6-1, 6-2, Kriti Mohan and Sona Surya won 6-3, 6-2, and Molly Hayden and Maggie Kuong won 6-2, 6-0. Next up for Stevenson is the Prospect/Hersey Invite on Saturday, starting at 8:30 a.m.
Boys Hockey: Stevenson, now 5-1 on the season, defeated New Trier Blue, 9-0. Brandon Schultz, Jimmy Brown and Davis Jegers each had 2 goals and Justin Verlinsky, Drew Lermer, Ethan O’Gradney had 1 goal apiece. Lermer, Will Harlow and Jegers each had 2 assists. The Patriots will be back on the ice at 6 p.m. on Wednesday for their first SHL conference game against Lake Forest at Lake Forest College.
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|Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.|
Sept. 16: Wellness Week
Sept. 17: StreetFest 2022
Sept. 19: Jazz Faculty Recital
Sept. 19: District 125 Board Of Education Meeting
Sept. 20: FAN: Behind Their Screens ~ What Teens Are Facing (And Adults Are Missing
Sept. 22-24: 2022 Fall Play ~ Clue: High School Edition
Sept. 22: FAN: The Myth of Normal ~ Trauma, Illness and Healing in a Toxic Culture