Wellness Wednesday Gives You More…Wellness!
“Wellness Wednesday” started this school year as a forum for content from the new Patriot Wellness Center.
That won’t change. You’ll still get great news and information about fitness and wellness and programming from the Patriot Wellness Center in this space.
But, we are also adding more content here. “Wellness Wednesday” will now include helpful mental and psychological content and will be a collaboration between the Patriot Wellness Center and Student Services, home to Stevenson’s counselors, social workers, psychologists and all of the great people who work behind the scenes, such as the Substance Use Prevention Team.
Sometimes, “Wellness Wednesday” will be all PWC, sometimes all Student Services. And sometimes, the two departments will work together to create relevant and complementary content.
Today, we are introducing the social workers and psychologists (pictured above) who will be contributing in this space. Here is their first “Wellness Wednesday” message:
Every student at Stevenson is assigned to either a social worker or psychologist. They are here to help support you with issues related to personal, family and/or social/emotional struggles. Discussions are confidential unless there are safety concerns.
To set up a time to meet with your social worker/psychologist, please refer to the Student Services webpage. You can also drop by any Student Services office or e-mail a member of your SST to make an appointment.
The social work/psychologist team is happy to be able to support you throughout your high school journey, Patriots!
Get Coached Up On College Interview Process
Seniors: Interested in learning tips about how colleges conduct optional interviews?
Join the College Career Center for a session in which college alumni representatives from four highly selective schools will share their experiences interviewing prospective students.
The interview workshop will take place at 7:45 a.m. TOMORROW in the West Auditorium. Students who are unable to attend the live session can access notes from the session from the CCC Canvas page and the CCC page on the Stevenson website after the event.
Give Yourself…A Give-A-Thon T-Shirt: On Sale At Lunch!
To get you hyped for this year’s “Give-A-Thon,” the National Honor Society is ramping up efforts to promote the event with T-shirt sales.
The sale will be running this week during the lunch periods.
TODAY, the sale is in the WOOD COMMONS ONLY.
On Thursday and Friday, the sale is during the lunch periods and in both the Wood Commons AND the Glass Commons until the supply runs out.
The shirts are $12 apiece. Sizes remaining: Small, Medium, Extra Large.
Tour Of Tech: Visit College Of Lake County’s Tech Campus Tomorrow
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. TOMORROW at CLC’s Tech Campus.
|Heads Up In Parking Lots: Second-Term Parking Starts Next Week|
The first parking term is coming to a conclusion on Friday. Starting 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.
SUPER DUPER!! Boys Soccer Wins Supersectional; Headed To STATE!!
For just the second time in school history, the boys soccer team has qualified for the IHSA State Finals.
The Patriots punched their ticket last night in dramatic fashion with a 1-0 double overtime victory over New Trier in the Hersey Supersectional. Led by head coach PepeJon Chavez, Stevenson will take on Naperville Central at 7 p.m. on Friday in the State Semifinals at Hoffman Estates High School.
The last time Stevenson was in the IHSA State Finals was in 2012. The Patriots placed fourth under former head coach Mark Schartner.
Stevenson (21-0-3) played stellar defense from start to finish in the Supersectional and made it very difficult for New Trier to find any space or rhythm on the field.
Aidan Morris and the back line of Steven Nyc, Alex Huelsman and Burak Gulsen helped keep the game scoreless at the half. Stevenson came out of the halftime break with energy and pushed for a goal, but couldn’t find the breakthrough.
The midfield unit of Bryant Rouse, Bhargav Devabhaktuni and Rohan Gopalam were relentlessfor the entire game and made it difficult for New Trier to create any scoring chances.
In a scoreless overtime, Stevenson delivered the game-winner when Gopalam’s looping free kick found the back of the net, bouncing in front of the goalie and into the goal.
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.
A Chicago Bike Shop Is Training A New Generation Of Mechanics
The apprenticeship program is a partnership with Divvy, the bikeshare company operated by Lyft.
It’s Time For Colleges To Abandon Legacy Admissions, New Research Says
A report from think tank Education Reform Now shows a growing contingent of institutions are spurning the practice — though it’s still widespread.
Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.
Nov. 4-5: IHSA Boys State Soccer
Nov. 5: IHSA Boys State Cross Country
Nov. 6: Clue Streaming Event
Nov. 7-11: CCC Military Week
Nov. 8: Election Day: No School
Nov. 9: Sports Boosters Meeting