“Dog”-Gone Good! Winter Play Wraps With Not-So-“Curious” Results!
The Winter Play, the Patriot Theatre Company’s engaging production of “The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time,”
filled the Black Box Theatre for five shows over the weekend and was a huge hit with the audiences.
In the process, funds were raised for a great cause. Proceeds from the Winter Play totaling $841.11 were donated to the Special Gifts Theatre, a Northbrook-based organization that creates inclusive and transformative experiences for individuals with disabilities to fully engage in the world.
When combined with the $417.62 that was raised for Special Gifts Theatre at February’s Thespian Cabaret, the Patriot Theatre Company raised a total of $1,258.73 for the organization.
For a full gallery of photos from the Winter Play, please click here.
Photos: Joel Lerner
TICKET TIME! Prom Tickets Go On Sale TODAY!
It won’t be long now! PROM IS IN 33 DAYS…and tickets are officially on sale TODAY!
Please use this link to purchase your tickets, which are $95 apiece and will be on sale until APRIL 3. Prom will be held on APRIL 15 at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare Hotel.
NOTE: Just a friendly reminder to get ahead of the curve and get your PROM Guest Forms turned in. If you want to attend Prom with a guest who does not go to Stevenson, you MUST fill out the guest form by MARCH 28.
ONGOING THROUGH END OF APRIL ~ Sophomore SCoPE: Sophomores can meet with their counselors now through the end of April for a Student Counselor Parent Engagement (SCoPE) meeting to have a meaningful discussion about the high school experience. To schedule a meeting, parents/guardians should click the scheduling link in the e-mail they received from their counselor in February.
TODAY ~ FAN | Drama Free: A Guide to Managing Unhealthy Family Relationships: This is an in-person Family Action Network Event of which Stevenson High School is a sponsor at 7 p.m. TODAY. It will be held at Evanston Township High School Auditorium, 1600 Dodge Ave., Evanston.
WEDNESDAY ~ Deadline For CCC Sophomore Night Interpreter: The College Career Center will hold its annual night for sophomore families at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 23. The event will be in person in the PAC but can also be streamed live via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/98953574619. Post Secondary Counselor Sara English and Career Exploration Program Manager Mr. Diambri will discuss: What families can expect during their junior year as they embark on the college and career exploration process. If interpreters are needed, please call/e-mail Donna Wallach at 847-415-4517 or e-mail email@example.com by WEDNESDAY.
WEDNESDAY ~ Stevenson Family Engagement Presents: Wellbeing for Your Teen: A Family Engagement Virtual Discussion at 6 p.m. on WEDNESDAY. Zoom Link.
THURSDAY ~ FAN | Life is Hard: How Philosophy Can Help Us Find Our Way: This is a virtual Family Action Network Event that Stevenson is a sponsor of at 7 p.m. on THURSDAY. Register.
MARCH 23 ~ Deadline to register for Summer School: Online registration for summer school courses is open until March 23. Click here for instructions on how to register. Classes will be determined and staff will be hired based on the number of requests. After March 23, all registration is accepted on a space-available basis. Every effort will be made to accommodate all registrations. Families will be contacted as soon as possible if a registration request can not be accommodated due to a class being full or there are staffing issues. The tuition fees are listed in the course descriptions. All fees must be paid at the time of registration. Incomplete registration will not be accepted. Please contact the summer school office at 847-415-4520
or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. *NOTE: Summer school registration is different from the academic school year registration/fees payment process.
|Focus On Politics: Check Out PAC’s Campaign Fair TOMORROW|
Local candidates running for office throughout the community in the April 4 election will be coming to Stevenson for TUESDAY’S Campaign Fair, hosted by the Political Action Club.
Candidates will talk about the functions of local government and their visions for the elected positions for which they are running.
The Fair is open to ALL STUDENTS AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS and will take place from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in Room 2104.
|Weekly PWC Updates: Classes And Closings|
Check out the schedule and class offerings at the Patriot Wellness Center.
The PWC will be closed on the following dates: April 7, May 29.
Travel The World With Stevenson! Required Zoom THURSDAY!
For those adventurers who would like to see new places and discover new cultures, Stevenson has a cool international travel program available to students.
Travel opportunities for 2024 include: the Dominican Republic, Japan, Iceland and Europe!
To learn more about the program and to register, interested families must attend a Zoom meeting at 6:30 p.m. on THURSDAY.
NOTE: Families MUST register here in advance to receive the Zoom link.
NOW THROUGH APRIL 28: Apply for these post-secondary scholarships with deadlines ranging from now through April 28.
WEDNESDAY ~ CLC Field Trip: Juniors and Seniors interested in visiting the College of Lake County are encouraged to pick up field trip permission slips in the College Career Center for a second opportunity to visit the CLC Grayslake and Southlake Campuses on WEDNESDAY.
WEDNESDAY ~ Applications Due For LAW DAY and TRAUMA CENTER DAY: Stevenson will be participating in both Lake County Law Day and Advocate Condell Trauma Center Day next month and applications to participate are due on WEDNESDAY. Lake County Law Day will be held from 8:15 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, April 21 at the Lake County Court House. Condell’s Trauma Center Day is from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, April 28 at Advocate Condell Medical Center. Sign up here for Law Day. Sign up here for Trauma Center Day.
MARCH 22 ~ Applications Due For Senior Service Recognition: Senior Service Recognition was conceived to showcase outstanding community service efforts by Stevenson students. Online applications are due for seniors on March. 22. Visit this link for the online application. For more information on senior service recognition, contact Ms. Zabrin at 847-415-4184 or email@example.com.
NOW THROUGH APRIL ~ Project Cutlery: Green Team is concerned about plastic utensil use at Stevenson. The club has organized a raffle running now through April for students who submit a photo of the reusable utensil they use at Stevenson through this form. Those submissions are entered for a chance to WIN a solar-powered portable charger! There will be THREE randomly selected winners who will be notified in April. Submitted photos MUST show use AT STEVENSON in order to be considered.
MARCH 22 ~ Submissions For Wit Due: The WIT Staff is calling for submissions to this year’s magazine! The deadline for submissions is March 22. Please e-mail Mr. Zagorski at rzagorski.d125.org with any questions.
Seniors: Get out your calendars…you’re probably going to want to “save these dates” as these are the top “Senior Send-Off” events at Stevenson…and you won’t want to miss them! Also included are deadlines for permission slips, early-bird ticketing, etc. We will provide more detailed information here as it becomes available. Stay tuned! Note: The “Seniors: Class Of 2023” page on the Stevenson website will also be updated with all of this information as it becomes available.
APRIL 15 ~ PROM!!
** Please note that Prom is for Seniors AND Juniors!
APRIL 28 ~ Senior Sunrise
MAY 25 ~ Senior Class Party
MAY 26 ~ Graduation
MARCH 28 ~ Prom Guest Form Deadline: If you want to attend Prom on April 15 with a guest who does not go to Stevenson, you MUST fill out the guest form by MARCH 28.
MARCH 31 ~ Party Time, Seniors…Early-Bird Ticket Deadline: Tickets for the “The Senior Class Party,” which is a two-hour boat cruise on Lake Michigan May 25, are available. The early-bird price for tickets ($40 apiece) is good until MARCH 31, and after that tickets will increase to $45 apiece. To complete the transaction, put your Student ID in the Promo Code. For more information, please check out the Feb. 7 Daily Digest.
Boys Track and Field: The Patriots hosted the NSC Invite, winning the meet with a 108.75. Marcus Caselberry placed first in four events: 60-meter dash, 200-meter, 60-meter hurdles, both 39” and 36.” In the 60-meter 39” hurdles, Lohith Varikuti also placed for Stevenson, coming in fourth. Ty Henderson placed third in the 800-meter with a 2:08.00. In the 1600-meter run, Dylan Zimmerman placed second with Ricky Klein in sixth. In the 3200-meter, Zimmerman and Klein placed first and second respectively. In the relays, the Patriots placed first in the 4×200, second in the 4×400 and third in the 4×800. Not only did the Patriots dominate in the track events, they also performed well in the field. Ethan Aghakhan placed fourth in the shot put with 14 meters. Stephen Freihammer tied for fourth in the high jump with a 1.68-meter jump. In the long jump, Alex Moser placed fourth and Alex Xie placed fifth. In the triple jump, both Moser and Xie tied for fifth. Next up for Stevenson is a home meet against St. Viator and Wauconda at 4:45 p.m. tomorrow. Photo to the above right is courtesy student photographer Ansh Aggarwal. For a full gallery of Aggarwal’s photos from the boys track NSC Invite, please click here. You can follow Aggarwal on Instagram for more Stevenson photos at: anshaggarwal.photos.
Girls Water Polo: The Patriots went 3-0 in the first home tournament of the year, outscoring their opponents a combined 42-13. Stevenson dominated St. Charles North, 13-1. Against Lincoln Way East, Stevenson won 17-8. And Stevenson defeated Lyons, 12-4. Goalie Katie Delaney had 23 blocked shots on the day. Olivia Speith had 8 assists, 5 goals and 2 steals. Becca Stone had 5 steals and 8 goals. Jillian Carlson had 2 goals, 2 steals and 3 assists. Camila Maya had 5 goals and 2 steals. Belle Cloeter had 4 goals. Elise Regalado had 2 goals and 3 assists. Sophia Berger rounded out the scoring on the day with 3 goals. Next up for the Patriots is Fenwick at 6 p.m. on Thursday.
Boys Water Polo: The Patriots hosted a Quad over the weekend and went 3-0, beating Lyons 12-8, Whitney Young 16-6, and Fremd 22-5. Max LaPointe-St. Georges contributed 9 goals, while Olin Kusevskis had 8 for the day. Kunal Rajadhyax scored 5 goals, Filip Wal added 4 goals, while Andrew Mossman scored 4 goals against Lyons alone. Armeet Gill scored 4 goals. Several other players contributed to the wins by adding individual goals. Next up for Stevenson is an Invite at Fenwick Thursday through Saturday.
Girls Track and Field: Stevenson traveled to Huntley to take on some of the best competition in the state, battling against 17 other teams. Ava Wilson placed fifth in the 400-meter run with a 1:03.84, while teammate Adeline Gobble placed seventh in the 800-meter with a 2:26.78. Next up for the Patriots is a home Invite on Saturday starting at 2 p.m. in the Fieldhouse.
ONGOING: Register for Summer Sports Camp: For freshmen through seniors. Summer Sports Camp brochure, which is also located on the athletics webpage. Register here for Summer Sports Camp. Register early to make sure you are cleared to participate on the first day of camp.
TODAY ~ Boys Track Deadline: The last day to join Boys Track & Field is TODAY. No exceptions. Register.
WEDNESDAY ~ Deadline For Athletic Hall Of Fame Nominations: Nominations for the Stevenson Athletics Hall of Fame are now being accepted. Nominate an athlete, coach, staff member or supporter who through their commitment, sacrifice, and dedication to the Stevenson Athletic Program have brought pride and distinction to our school community. Deadline to submit is WEDNESDAY. Nomination Form
WEDNESDAY ~ Be The Best You Can Be: Andy Isaacson will discuss ways to “Be The Best Athlete You Can Be” in his presentation on WEDNESDAY in the RECITAL HALL (Room 4100) during the lunch periods (4, 5 and 6). Bring your lunch and the athletic department will provide dessert!
THURSDAY ~ Mandatory Student-Athlete Meeting: If you have not attended the mandatory student-athlete meeting, there is one on THURSDAY. The meeting will run from 9:45 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. and is in the LITTLE THEATER.
|Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.|
Mar. 13: Stevenson Family Engagement ~ “Let’s Talk About Self Advocacy”
Mar. 13: FAN ~ “Drama Free: A Guide To Managing Unhealthy Family Relationships”
Mar. 14: Political Action Club Presents: Campaign Fair
Mar. 15: Sports Boosters
Mar. 15: Stevenson Family Engagement ~ “Wellbeing For Your Teen”
Mar. 16: Chamber Guitar Concert
Mar. 16: Late Arrival
Mar. 16: FAN ~ “Life is Hard: How Philosophy Can Help Us Find Our Way”
Mar. 17: ISA Testing Makeup
Mar. 20: Activity Period: Student Government
Mar. 20: District 125 Board Of Education Meeting