Get A Clue! Fall Play “Clue: High School Edition” Starts Thursday
Was it Miss Scarlet in the Study with a rope, or was it Professor Plum with a knife in the Kitchen?
The audience will find out this week when “Clue: High School Edition” takes the stage at Stevenson’s Black Box Theater as the Fall Play. The production runs Thursday (7 p.m.), Friday (7 p.m.) and Saturday (2 p.m. and 7 p.m.) and is SOLD OUT!
“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.
**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!
Juniors And Seniors Save The Date: CCC Event Next Week Will Help You Apply For College Financial Aid
Interested in applying for financial assistance for college, but don’t know where to start?
Post Secondary Counselors, Ms. Sara English and Mr. Dan Miller will partner with Mr. Jerry Cebrzynski, Associate Vice President for Financial Aid at Lake Forest College, for this presentation, which is meant primarily for families who have current juniors or seniors.
Details about applying for college financial assistance through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be discussed, along with the types of financial aid available, and how eligibility for aid is determined. Families with a Senior typically complete their FAFSA form in October. This event will be recorded and the slides and recording will be available on the College Career Center website within a week of the event.
Families requiring interpretation services are asked to e-mail the College Career Center or contact the CCC at (847) 415-4517. This presentation will not be a live-interpreted event, but the presentation will be translated after the night and shared with families that request interpretation within two weeks of the event.
Stevenson Has Style! Styler Club Meeting On Tap For Tomorrow
The Club, which is open to everyone and is all about what’s trending in the fashion industry, meets from 3:30 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. in Room 1612.
Some events and activities that Stevenson Styler hosts throughout the school year include: guest speakers, field trips, writing for the Stevenson Styler Fashion Magazine, planning the Annual Fashion Show, fashion discussions and videos.
Yoga Classes Now Being Offered At PWC On Wednesdays
The sample yoga class during Wellness Week went so well that the Patriot Wellness Center will now be offering two separate Yoga classes in the cardio fitness room of the PWC every Wednesday, starting tomorrow.
Yoga One will run from 3:45 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and is great for training mobility, flexibility, and de-stressing with restorative exercise. Yoga Sculpt will be from 4:45 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and is perfect if you seek a more intense exercise experience. Participants will train mobility, and flexibility, and build strength while improving endurance.
Want To Play Intramural Soccer? Come Out To Event At PWC Today!
It is not necessary to sign up and there are no fees. Interested students just need to bring their IDs. Boys and girls of all skill levels are welcome!
Calling On All Aspiring Entrepreneurs: Entrepreneurship Club Meets Today
Want to learn about what it takes to start your own profitable business? The Entrepreneurship Club helps students turn their business ideas (from products to services to reselling a business) into a reality through guidance and encouragement.
The club meets from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. today in Room 6108.
Important Reminder For Fans At Stevenson Events
Student 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.
Girls Golf Rolls To SIXTH STRAIGHT North Suburban Title!
Put another trophy in the case!
The Stevenson girls golf team just keeps winning…and winning BIG! Now 8-0 on the season, Stevenson took on Thunderhawk Golf Club and won its sixth North Suburban Conference championship in a row by breaking its previous tournament score by a whopping 22 strokes.
In addition, the Patriots also broke their 18-hole record that was previously set this season by 6 strokes, finishing 1-under-par as a team. Sophie Joeng and Megan Lee tied for the individual champion, going into a two-hole playoff. Joeng won on a scorecard playoff, marking the first time a freshman has won conference since Emily Duan in 2018.
Next up for the Patriots is regional play next Thursday at Deerfield Golf Club, starting at 8 a.m.
Ready For A Road Trip? Follow Football To Mundelein On Friday!
Hey Patriots! Don’t forget that the football team is back in action at 7 p.m. on Friday night for a North Suburban Conference battle at Mundelein. Tickets can be purchased online through GoFan.
Stevenson is 1-3 on the season while Mundelein is 3-1 on the season.
Next week, the Patriots will host 1-3 Lake Forest for Homecoming.
Girls Cross Country: The Patriots competed at the Libertyville Invite on Saturday and placed third out of 14 teams. All five varsity scoring runners (Adeline Gobble, Nanoko Seki, Stella Plendl, Olivia Ruiz and Sophia Pan) earned medals. Katie Kehrberg finished in the Top 10 in the Frosh-Soph race and Lia Novak and Shannon Moser finished in the top 25 in the Open race. Most importantly, all runners worked together incredibly well and raced with heart on a challenging course. Next up for Stevenson is the Palatine Invite on Saturday, starting at 9 a.m. at Deer Grove East Forest Preserve.
Girls Tennis: The Patriots stayed unbeaten (5-0), getting a 9-0 victory at Glenbrook South. No. 1 singles player Sarah Wang won her match 6-0, 6-0, followed by No. 2 singles player Sophia Shlyakhta winning 6-0, 6-1, No. 3 singles player Kriti Mohan winning 6-1, 6-1, and No. 4 singles player Maggie Kuong winning 6-3, 6-3. All five doubles teams won in two sets as well, allowing the Patriots to take the match with convincing scores. Next up for the Patriots is Zion-Benton at 4:45 p.m. today at Zion-Benton.
Girls Volleyball: Stevenson swept visiting Palatine 25-20, 25-23 to move to 15-7 on the season. Brynn Smith led the way with 10 kills, 4 digs, and 1 ace. Mija Jegers followed with 7 kills, 5 digs, and 2 aces. Setter Abby Minin had 20 assists, 2 kills, 2 aces, and 2 digs. Middles Cayla Weisner and Sasha Evenko combined for 3 aces, 1 dig, and 5 block assists. Right side Ava Wysocki added 4 kills and 5 block assists. Defensive specialists Teagon Ohlwein and Alice Birtig combined for 14 digs. Next up for the Patriots is a road match at conference opponent Mundelein at 6 p.m. on Thursday.
Girls Field Hockey: The Patriots dropped to 2-5-1 on the season with a 4-2 nonconference overtime loss to visiting Naperville North. Guilia Palomo scored the first goal in the fourth quarter and soon after, Rachel Keer scored the second goal, assisted by Guilia Palomo, to tie up the game. Goalie Lilly Morrow had 18 saves. Next up for the Patriots is a 4:45 p.m. game next Tuesday at Lakes.
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Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.
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
Sept. 26: Non-Attendance Day
Sept. 27-30:Homecoming Week