Starting Tomorrow: Tickets On Sale For “Beauty And The Beast!”
It will be here before you know it: Stevenson’s Fall Musical, “Beauty And The Beast.”
Tickets will go on sale for the production tomorrow for three shows:
- Friday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m.
- Saturday, Nov. 19 at 7 p.m.
- Sunday, Nov. 20 at 2 p.m.
All performances are at the Performing Arts Center on campus.
Make sure to reserve your spot TOMORROW!!
Bands Ready For The Challenge Of Chamber Concert
To prepare for their upcoming concert, students from the Advanced Symphonic and Honor Bands had the opportunity to work with and be coached by professionals from the Chicagoland area.
A professional brass quintet came to class to perform an hour of music for the students on their “Chamber Kick-Off Day.”
Now those students are ready to perform in tomorrow’s Band Chamber Concert, slated for a 6:30 p.m. start in the West Auditorium. The performance can also be viewed via Vimeo.
Chamber music is among the most challenging and demanding disciplines in music and for this entirely student-led concert, students chose their music and rehearsed everything without the aid of the band directors.
Wednesday, Nov. 9: Deadline Approaching To Register For Hebrew Biliteracy Exam ~ The Fall 2022-2023 Hebrew Biliteracy Exam, open to current Stevenson Juniors and Seniors, is coming up next month and the deadline to register is quickly approaching. The exam is scheduled across two Late Arrival dates: Thursday, Nov. 17 and Thursday, Dec. 8. The deadline to register is by 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 9. Visit the Biliteracy Page on Stevenson’s Website to register. Once the registration form is submitted, attendees will be rerouted to the payment link to secure a seat. For more information, visit the Biliteracy FAQ Resource. Please keep in mind that seating for the exam is limited.
Have a “spoooook-tacularly awesome and frightfully terrific day, Patriots!!
Check out these fun Halloween costume pics (below) that we snapped during the lunch hour!
“Trunk-Or-Treat” Event On Campus Draws Big Crowd Of Local Kids
The Key Club’s First Annual “Trunk-Or-Treat” event over the weekend was a huge success with more than 200 children from the community attending the trick-or-treating candy giveaway in the Stevenson parking lots.
Students decorated their cars and passed out candy to the children from their trunks.
Too Cute! Little Patriots Kick Off Halloween With Morning Trick-Or-Treat
They were so cute, weren’t they?? Nearly 20 preschoolers from Little Patriots went Trick-Or-Treating through the East Building Halls this morning during first period.
There were princesses, fairies, super heroes, ninjas, dragons, first responders and more walking from classroom to classroom looking adorable and collecting all kinds of goodies!
The Little Patriots were led around school by not only staff but also some “Big Patriots,” students in the “Teaching Young Children” class. Other activities today for the Little Patriots included trivia and cookie decorating!
You’ve Waited Long Enough: Principal Troy Gobble announces the results of the Animal Welfare Club’s “Howl-O-Ween” Pet Costume Contest!!
Start Your Trick-Or-Treating Early: PPA Treat Day Is FREE CANDY!!
As a tune-up for Halloween Night, get your candy collection started TODAY at school with Patriot Parent Association Treat Day, where the treat is FREE HALLOWEEN CANDY!!
The candy will be available during all lunch periods in the Wood Commons and the Glass Commons and will include a variety of chocolate candy and Airheads.
Preparations For Frosh/Soph Play And Winter Play Begin This Week
Colorful leaves are still on the trees, but the Patriot Theatre Company is already making plans for “Romeo And Juliet,” the Frosh/Soph Play and “The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time,” the Winter Play, performed in February and March, respectively.
An optional (but encouraged) Audition And Interview Workshop will be held Wednesday from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Little Theatre.
Auditions and Leadership interviews will take place Nov. 30 through Dec. 2 and rehearsals will begin the following week.
This Week At The PWC: Zumba, Open Soccer And More On Tap
Here is this week’s schedule for the Patriot Wellness Center. Activities include: Yoga, Zumba, Field Games and Open Soccer.
Don’t forget to scan the QR Codes at the PWC Check-In Desk to get daily workouts linked to your phone.
Heads Up In Parking Lots: Second-Term Parking Starts Next Week
The first parking term is coming to a conclusion on Friday. Starting next Monday (Nov. 7), the second parking term begins.
Students must have a second-term parking sticker in order to park in Lots D and E on Monday, Nov. 7. Please be sure that you park in your assigned spot.
If you need a sticker or have a question on your parking spot location, please see one of our outside security team members in the white pick up trucks.
Plan Ahead And Get Your Summer Job Lined Up: Be A Summer Camp Role Model At Camp Patriot
Camp Patriot is already looking for Role Models (counselors) for the Summer of 2023.
Applications open TOMORROW for current sophomores and older, and will close once all spots are filled.
To apply, please click here. For questions, please e-mail: email@example.com.
Tour Of Tech: Visit College Of Lake County’s Tech Campus Thursday
Are you interested in the technical industry after high school? Curious about Tech Campus offerings?
Mark your calendars for the “Tour of Tech” from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday at CLC’s Tech Campus.
Dylan Zimmerman Headed To Cross Country State Finals!
Cross Country runner Dylan Zimmerman (pictured left) is going to state, finishing in 22nd place over the weekend at the Sectional Race hosted by Hoffman Estates High School at Busse Woods.
Zimmerman clocked a time of 15:31.19 and will compete on Saturday at Detweiller Park in Peoria.
The Patriots finished in 14th place as a team. Abhi Choudhary finished with a 16:37.59 followed by Richard Klein (16:52.20), Andrew Brandt (17:12.03), Matthew Chan (17:29.79), Siddarth Paleati (17:34.08) and Alex Chang (17:54.84).
On To The Supers! Boys Soccer Wins Sectional Championship!
For the fourth time in Stevenson history, the boy’s soccer team has made it to the ELITE 8!
Stevenson (20-0-3) won the Buffalo Grove Sectional Championship against Waukegan on Friday night, 2-1.
Waukegan scored the first goal of the game in the 15th minute on a counter-attack. Coming out of halftime strong and with urgency, the Patriots scored the first goal of the second half in the 58th minute on a Bryant Rouse looping header over the goalie, assisted by Daniel Sokolovsky. Stevenson kept pushing for a winner and finally scored again in the 71st minute when Rouse dribbled past a couple of defenders and found Filip Janda in the box. Janda scored with a composed finish.
With a spot in the state finals this weekend at Hoffman Estates High School on the line, Stevenson will take on New Trier in the Hersey Supersectional at 6 p.m. tomorrow night.
ELITE EIGHT TICKETS: A Digital Ticket for the Supersectional is $8. A Cash Ticket is $9. Purchase tickets online via GoFan. Stevenson fans will use the west bleachers, which are the Hersey home bleachers.
ELITE EIGHT PEP BUS: There will be a Pep Bus to the Elite Eight game at Hersey tomorrow night for Stevenson students. Sign up for the Pep Bus here. The Pep Bus will leave Lot D at approximately 4:30 p.m. and arrive back at Stevenson around 8:30 p.m.
Soccer photos courtesy: @b.nycphotography
CHAMPS! Girls Swim And Dive Wins Conference Title!
The Patriots dominated several races in the pool over the weekend, consistently finishing in the Top 3, to win the 2022 North Suburban Conference Championship.
Stevenson, now 7-0 on the season, took charge early in the 200-yard medley relay, finishing first and second. Then in the 200-yard free, Abby Collins, Anika Donovan and Amanda Chang finished first, second and third, respectively. Stevenson took first and second in the 200-yard IM, followed by the same finish in the 500-yard free. The Patriots prevailed again in the 200-yard free and the 400-yard free relays by placing first and second in both races. The night before, in the diving competition, Lada Volkov finished first with a score of 433.20.
Next up for the Patriots is the IHSA Sectional on Saturday. The event will be hosted by Stevenson with diving beginning at 9:30 a.m. and swimming beginning at 1:30 p.m.
Football: The Patriots closed their season on Friday at 6-4, falling to Warren in the first round of the Class 8A playoffs, 26-14. Quarterback Matt Projansky battled all night and completed 13-of-23 passes for 240 yards. In the first half, Projansky lofted a deep pass to receiver Ben Snider who caught the ball in stride and sprinted for a 65-yard touchdown that gave the Patriots a brief 7-6 lead. For the Patriots’ second score, Projansky hit Zach Goldman for a 29-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter. The Patriots had a couple of chances to pull closer to the Blue Devils, but couldn’t quite convert in the red zone. The Patriots want to thank #PatriotNation for the tremendous support all night from the student section!
Girls Cross Country: Prospect dominated a tough girls cross country race in the Sectional 3-mile run at Busse Woods and the Patriots couldn’t quite catch up. Stevenson finished 15th as a team and Nanoko Seki missed the state competition cut-off by .07 seconds with a time of 18:49.41. Adeline Gobble finished with a time of 19:09.03, followed by Stella Plendl (19:57.88), Olivia Ruiz (20:36.61), Isabella Edgcomb (20:41.81), Anna Edgcomb (21:00.47) and Minnie Shao (21:14.19).
🏆🎾 Wang Celebration: The Athletic Department invites you to join in recognizing junior Sarah Wang for her Girls Tennis Singles State Championship at 7:45 a.m. TOMORROW in Room 5120.
🎥 Videographers Needed For Winter Sports: The Athletic Department is looking for individuals (adults and students) who can film varsity winter sports competitions for scouting purposes. This is a paid position and may require travel to away competitions. If you or someone you know is interested, please contact Athletic Director Trish Betthauser at firstname.lastname@example.org.
🏆 Fall Sports Awards: The Sneaker Ball Awards are coming soon, so get your favorite sneakers ready and attend the Fall Sports Awards on Monday, Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. Dress to impress and win the best program award for the most fun sneakers. Attire: No sweats or pajama pants.
☃️ Tryouts For Winter Sports: Winter Sports are getting underway! If you are interested in trying out for a winter sport, please see the tryout dates and times here. You may also go to the Athletics Page on the Stevenson Website to see further information regarding each winter sport provided.
Last Day To 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 TODAY and incomplete nominations will not be considered. Nominations can be submitted by students, parents, and faculty/staff/coaches.
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Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.
Oct. 31: PPA Treat Day
Oct. 31: Halloween! 🎃
Nov. 1: Chamber Band Concert
Nov. 5: IHSA Boys State Cross Country
Nov. 7-11: CCC Military Week