HOWL-O-Ween Is Just Around The Corner: Dress Your Pets Accordingly…And WIN!!
It will be a HOWWWLING good time…with a little barking, too!
The Animal Welfare Club will be hosting its “Monstober Patriot Pet Howl-O-Ween Student and Faculty/Staff Contest” next month.
Got a pet that really likes to dress up for Halloween? Submit a picture of your pet in his or her “Howl-O-Ween” costume by Friday, Oct. 14. Principal Troy Gobble will announce both the faculty/staff and student winners during the week of Halloween.
Please submit your entry using this Google form. For any questions, please contact Ms. Sassan at email@example.com.
Monday, Monday: It’s A Non-Attendance Day!!
Hey Patriots! Don’t forget that Monday is a Non-Attendance Day!
Have a great day off, and see you back on campus on Tuesday morning!
100 Black Men College Scholarship Fair In Chicago Next Week
The 20th Annual 100 Black Men of Chicago, Inc.’s College Scholarship Fair is the largest College Scholarship Fair targeting African American and Latino students in the Midwest and it will be held in Chicago next week.
Talk face-to-face with campus representatives from colleges and universities from across the United States, and ask all the questions important to help you make the most informed decision on where to attend. The fair runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday Oct. 15 at the UIC Forum, 725 S. Halsted in Chicago.
For free tickets and to attend the fair, please click here.
Yoga Classes At PWC Moved To TODAY; PWC Closed Monday
Final reminder: Because of Wednesday’s Non-Attendance Day, the Patriot Wellness Center moved its Yoga programming, normally scheduled for Wednesdays, to TODAY. The class will be a sample “Yoga Sculpt” class, held at 3:45 p.m. in place of the PWC’s normal Yoga classes.
Next week, yoga will return to its usual Wednesday time slot with “Yoga One” at 3:45 p.m. in the Cardio Fitness Room. “Yoga Sculpt” will then be offered at 4:45 p.m., and will continue to be offered every Wednesday.
For more information on the PWC’s weekly offerings, which include “Zumba” and “Open Soccer,” please click here.
PWC SCHEDULING NOTE: For Monday’s Non-Attendance Day, the Patriot Wellness Center will be closed.
|Reminder On Pick-Up And Drop-Off Protocol|
A friendly reminder: Parents are permitted to pick-up and drop-off only in the designated lots and doors on campus.
Stopping and blocking traffic on Route 22 and Stevenson Drive or any other side street will not be permitted. Local law enforcement will begin ticketing those in violation of this.
For more information on pick-up and drop-off, please visit the Transportation Page on the Stevenson website.
Good Luck Girls Golf…Back To The State Finals!
It’s a date at STATE for the Stevenson girls golf team, which was the state runner-up last fall after finishing as the Class 2A state champions in 2019.
Stevenson begins its quest for a state championship TODAY at the IHSA Girls State Golf Finals, which runs through Saturday at Hickory Point Golf Club in Decatur. The team left the area on Wednesday in order to get a practice round in on Thursday.
To follow the girls golf team at state, visit the Girls Golf page on the IHSA website where Tee Times and Live Final Results will be posted.
Save The Date: Fall Sports Awards is November 14; Nominate Athletes And Teams For An ESPPA!
The staff of the Athletic Department is already preparing for its Fall Sports Awards Night, held at 7 p.m. on Nov. 14 at the Sportscenter for all fall athletes and their parents, and they could use your help.
Nominate a Fall Athlete or Team for an ESPPA, the Exceptional Stevenson Patriot Pride Award. The deadline for nominations is Monday, Oct. 31 and incomplete nominations will not be considered. Nominations can be submitted by students, parents, and faculty/staff/coaches.
Football: Attention spectators: For Friday night’s football game, Zion-Benton will be using metal detectors during large home sporting events. Therefore, all spectators will be asked to pass through security checks. No bags and no re-entry will be allowed. You can purchase your football tickets on GoFAN, or you can purchase them on site with cash. Stevenson fans and staff can park in the south lot as the north lot is still under construction. If you are attending the Zion-Benton football game, be sure to wear your favorite sports jersey!
Boys’ Soccer: The Patriots (15-0-2) hosted conference rival Libertyville in a tight game and came away with the win, 3-2. Both the teams played an intense game in which the momentum swung back and forth constantly. Bryant Rouse scored the first goal of the game in the 11th minute with a screamer from outside the box. Libertyville scored in the 50th minute to level the score. Rouse scored his second goal in the 61st minute with a header assisted by Grayson Lueck. Libertyville scored again in the 64th minute to even the score at 2-2. The final goal was scored by Jack Bacher, assisted by Daniel Sokolovsky in the 73rd minute to put Stevenson ahead for good. Stevenson remains undefeated and closed conference play with a record of 6-0-1. Stevenson next will play a non-conference game against Round Lake High School in an away game on Tuesday at 6:15 p.m.
Boys’ Hockey: Stevenson (8-1) played their home opener versus Barrington and won 5-1. Tristan Caridei scored the first goal at the 10-minute mark, assisted by Brian Wojdelko and Sean Yurkov. The Patriots didn’t score again until the second period by Dylan Jette, assisted by Tristan Caridei and Davis Jegers. Jegers then scored two goals of his own in the third period assisted by Wojdelko, James Mendelson and Spencer Harman. Zach Freimuth also scored in the third period at the 3:30-minute mark, assisted by Zach Kulick. The first state rankings came out this week and the Patriots are #3 behind Loyola Gold and New Trier Green. Next game is away versus Loyola Gold on Saturday at 6:10 p.m. at American Heartland Arena.
Girls’ Swimming and Diving: The Patriots (6-0) traveled to Lake Forest to take on the Scouts in a dual meet, winning 146-39. Stevenson dominated in several events, placing 1st – 3rd in the 200-yd freestyle, 200-yd IM, 50-yd free, 500-yd free, 100-yd breaststroke, 200-yd free relay, 400-yd free relay and 1-m diving. Isabelle Gattone, Amy Andres, Anika Donovan and Elise Regalado placed first in the 200-yd medley relay with a time of 1:52.70 and teammates Linnea Florin, Milena Busma, Camila Maya and Karina Cantero were not far behind with a 1:53.14. Other notable finishes were from Jennifer Chen, who placed first in the 100-yd fly with a time of 59.17 and Abby Collins who also placed first in the 100-yd freestyle with a time of 53.85. Next up for the Patriot swimmers are the New Trier Relays on Saturday starting at noon.
This Company Aims To Become The Amazon Of Lifelong Learning
In July, the company bought the for-profit University of Antelope Valley in California, saying it would incorporate it as a portal in the Metaverse, part of the voguish effort to link the globe into “one big classroom.”
What’s It Take To Go From Mechanic To Physician At 51? Patience, An Ohio Doctor Says
Carl Allamby’s professional trajectory could be reduced to the plot of a feel-good movie. Skimming over the details, his is a story of a once-poor boy from the wrong side of Cleveland, who went from fixing cars to fixing people, from mechanic to medical doctor. But the more accurate truth is that in this case, Allamby’s social and economic mobility ~ the kind that embodies the so-called American Dream ~ was of the tortoise vs. hare variety; it stretched out over decades.
Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.
Oct. 7:NHS Fall Blood Drive
Oct. 7-8:IHSA Girls Golf State Finals
Oct. 10: Non-Attendance Day
Oct. 10-14: S*H*S Winter Coat Drive
Oct. 11: PPA Meeting
Oct. 12:Choir Concert
Oct. 12:PPA Bake Sale
Oct. 12: PSAT/NMSQT Testing Day
Oct. 12:Sports Boosters Meeting