Introducing Stevenson’s Patriot Wellness Center Student Workers!
While the Patriot Wellness Center is staffed by professionals who can help you through every step of your wellness journey, there are also student workers on site who are mentoring their peers while also learning how to work in a fitness and wellness environment.
You’ve seen them. They may have familiar faces, maybe they’re people you’ve seen in class or in the hallways…and these student PWC workers have made a fun video introduction for you.
So come to the Patriot Wellness Center to say hi! Student workers Nick, Bri, Lekha, Kate, Sarah, Jimmy and Hannah are around to answer your questions about fitness and wellness or to direct you to one of the professional Wellness Coaches at the PWC, Juwon and Holly.
The PWC’s Student Workers wear black or white PWC-branded T-shirts while the Wellness Coaches wear green or black PWC-branded T-shirts.
Going, Going…Almost Gone! Tickets Selling Out Quickly For Children’s Play “Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland”
As part of its fall tradition, the Patriot Theatre Company will again stage a children’s play, this year performing “Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland,” based on the 1865 English novel by Lewis Carroll.
The play, which will be performed on Saturday and Sunday, is geared for children but is sure to delight people of all ages!
- Saturday at 1 p.m. ~ SOLD OUT!
- Saturday at 3 p.m. ~ SOLD OUT!
- Sunday at 1 p.m. ~ Only 21 Tickets Remaining!
- Sunday at 3 p.m. ~ SOLD OUT!
You Can’t Debate It: Stevenson’s Public Forum Off To Strong Start
The Public Forum branch of Stevenson’s Debate Team competed in its first tournament of the season over the weekend at Schaumburg High School and the 22 students in attendance brought home a total of six trophies.
In varsity competition, captains Alex Pollock and Michael Kirylau finished second overall, while junior Sharnya Maulik was named second-best speaker. The same designation was achieved by freshman Alina Qian in the novice division, and she and her partner Raghav Sharma finished first overall, going undefeated in the novice division.
Fall Choir Concert Tonight To Cover A Little Bit Of Everything
The Curricular Choirs at Stevenson, including the Stevenson Choir, Advanced Choir and the Patriot Singers, will be performing their first concert of the year tonight that will feature songs from many different styles and genres.
Seniors: Time To Start Ordering Your Grad Gear; Jostens On Campus Friday To Help With Orders, Answer Questions
Graduation may seem far away, but planning for it is already getting underway!
Seniors can place orders now for graduation packages, graduation announcements, senior gear, class rings, caps and gowns and more with Jostens, which will be on campus on FRIDAY in the Upper West Patriot Lobby to answer questions and help with orders.
The Jostens group order deadline for Stevenson is Dec. 18. After Dec. 18, individual order pricing and handling charges will apply and orders will be subject to availability.
For questions, please call or text Jostens at (847) 818-8419 or e-mail:
Clean Out Those Closets And Donate To S*H*S Coat/Hoodie Drive!
Just a reminder: As you shift your closet from warm-weather mode to cold-weather mode, take a look and see if you have any extra winter coats or hoodies that you could part with to donate.
Students Helping Soldiers (S*H*S) is teaming up with Veterans of Foreign War (VFW) Post 2202 for a Winter Coat And Hoodie Drive that will run through Friday. The club will be collecting for homeless veterans and veteran families in need.
If you find some new or gently used items for kids through adults in your closet and want to donate to a very worthy cause, please drop off any items at the Patriot Wellness Center, The Point, and The Sportscenter entrances.
Sweet Treat Alert! PPA Bake Sale Today!
The Patriot Parent Association is hosting a bake sale today, starting immediately after sixth period in the Wood Commons and the Glass Commons.
Everything is $1 and, for now, only cash is accepted. Students can make it through the line quickest with exact change.
This Is Big: IGC Hosting Warhammer Event Tomorrow!
Tomorrow after school, IGC will host a Magic: The Gathering sealed two-day event featuring the new Warhammer Commander decks, which is a Universes Beyond collaboration for fans of Magic and Warhammer alike. The decks are filled with powerful legends and all-new cards.
Join IGC from 3:30 p.m. until 6 p.m. in Room 7116 both tomorrow and again on Oct. 20 to play. All players will receive one deck, but must attend both days in order to keep the deck. Cost for entry is $20. Students must stay until at least 5:30 p.m. each day and will be able to pay with cash or with their Student IDs.
Please contact Mr. Fedewa at email@example.com with questions.
What’s Hot In Winter Fashion? Help Stevenson Styler Get The Word Out In Upcoming Winter Edition
Stevenson Styler is looking for students who are interested in writing, modeling and editing the next edition of its Fashion Magazine, the Winter Edition.
Come to the Stevenson Styler meeting from 3:30 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. today in Room 1612 to help plan an edition that will highlight all the latest styles and trends!
Craving Culver’s? Eat There Today And Support The Choir
The Stevenson Choir is conducting a fundraiser at the Culver’s of Lincolnshire all day today.
Please mention this fundraiser and 25 percent of all sales will be donated back to the Choir program.
The Culver’s of Lincolnshire is located at 405 S. Milwaukee Ave.
Girls Tennis Takes North Suburban Conference Championship!
With a total of 16 points, Stevenson ran away with the North Suburban Conference title over the weekend as a warmup to the IHSA state tournament, which starts at 11 a.m. on Friday at the Vernon Hills Athletic Complex. The Patriots enter postseason play with a 9-1 record.
At the conference championship, No. 1 singles player Sophia Shlyakhta placed third in a tough match that went three sets. Kriti Mohan placed second in the No. 2 singles spot, while Emma Blass rounded out the singles matchups placing first in the No. 3 spot. The No. 1 doubles team of Sonia Mehta and Ainika Hou placed second, while the No. 2 doubles team of Abby Ma and Ana Sukovic placed first with a score of 6-2, 6-5. The No. 3 doubles team of Sona Surya and Kate Herlihy also placed first with a score of 6-2, 6-4. Maggie Kuang and Molly Hayden earned second place in the No. 4 spot.
Boys Soccer: On a rainy Tuesday night, Stevenson (15-0-3) traveled to Round Lake to play in a non-conference game and came away with a 1-1 tie. The game swung back and forth between the teams and the rain added another layer of complexity to the game. The game was scoreless at halftime and the Patriots struck first in the 43rd minute. Bryant Rouse played an excellent bending cross into the box to find Daniel Sokolovsky, who scored. Stevenson defended well in the second half and Aidan Morris made several crucial saves. Round Lake continued to press for a goal and eventually leveled the score in the 68th minute. The Patriots will play their final regular season game against nonconference opponent Ridgewood on the road at 6:15 p.m. on Thursday.
Allied Bowling: The Patriots traveled to Lakes Bowl to take on Round Lake. Four bowlers bowled over 100 for their highest game of the season: Gile Pomponi (123), Mark Brady (103), Rachel Eng (103) and Shephia Zhou (106). Unfortunately, it still was not enough to defeat Round Lake. Next up for Stevenson is a triangular at 4 p.m. today at Fairhaven Lanes.
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.
|It’s Not Too Early To Start Thinking About Winter Sports|
Brrrrrr! There’s a chill in the air and that means that Winter Sports will be here before you know it.
If you’re interested in trying out for a winter sport, please see the tryout dates and times linked here.
You may also go to the Athletics Page on the Stevenson website to see further information regarding each winter sport.
Girls Volleyball Tickets For Tomorrow: All levels of the girls volleyball program are at St. Viator tomorrow for a nonconference match and St. Viator uses GoFan for ticketing. Fans are asked to purchase tickets with the St. Viator vs. Stevenson Volleyball GoFan Link and then to pull up their tickets prior to entering St. Viator High School, which has limited data connectivity within the school that could create issues purchasing or bringing up tickets at the gate. Fans will need to hit the “USE TICKETS” button at the gate. All general admission tickets are $5.
Get Your PINK SHIRTS: As part of October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the “PATRIOT PINK-OUT” at Friday’s soccer and football games, PINK SHIRTS will be on sale for $5 in the Wood Commons and the Glass Commons on Thursday and Friday during the lunch periods. All proceeds will be donated to the Cancer Wellness Center in Northbrook.
Sophomore Boys Hoops Meeting: Sophomores interested in trying out for boys basketball are invited to attend a virtual informational meeting on Zoom at 7:30 p.m. TODAY. Please contact Coach Gustin at firstname.lastname@example.org AND Coach Zimmerman at email@example.com
Student-Athlete Meeting: Athletes who have not yet attended the mandatory student-athlete meeting can attend the meeting coming up on Thursday, Oct. 20 from 9:45 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. in the West Auditorium. Please be on time as the auditorium fills up quickly and the meeting will start promptly.
Maema Njongmeta, a 2019 Stevenson graduate who is pictured above and left, is now a junior linebacker at Wisconsin, where he leads the team in total tackles. Since he arrived in Madison, he’s made quite a comeback from various health-related setbacks.
University Of Chicago Prof, Former Fed Chair Bernanke Share Nobel For Research On Banks
Bernanke, University of Chicago professor Douglas W. Diamond and Philip H. Dybvig were recognized Monday for their research into the fallout from bank failures.
Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.
Oct. 12-14: S*H*S Winter Coat Drive
Oct. 12:Choir Concert
Oct. 12:PPA Bake Sale
Oct. 12: PSAT/NMSQT Testing Day
Oct. 12:Sports Boosters Meeting
Oct. 15-16:Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland
Oct. 17:District 125 Board Of Education Meeting
Oct. 18:Orchestra Concert
Oct. 18:CHOICES College Fair
Oct. 19:Let’s Talk About Your Future ~ No Homework Night