1 Activities at Stevenson High School November Dear Parents and Guardians, Message from Mr. Pfannes Nov. 2nd - All Night Party Parent Meeting, 7pm In the Amphitheater November 3 No School November Anything Goes musical November 17 - Parent Advisory Committee at 6:30pm November 18 - Parent Advisory Committee at 8:30 am November 18 Conferences 5 8 p.m. November 19 Conferences 11:30 2:30 and 5 8 p.m. November 19 Half Day School a.m. November 25 to 27 No School, Thanksgiving Break Dec 7th - All Night Party Parent Meeting, 7pm In the Amphitheater December 23 to Jan. 3 No School, Christmas Break Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today and creates a vision for tomorrow. ~Melody Beattie Given that November contains the Thanksgiving Holiday I thought I would share this quote from Melody Beattie about gratitude. As I reflect on the first couple months in my job at Stevenson there is a lot for which I am grateful. I hope that everyone involved with Stevenson High School can find that gratitude that unlocks the fullness of their life as well! Besides my family and friends, I am grateful for all of the Stevenson students. They have adapted to the new administrative team very well. With over 2000 students, we have had relatively few disciplinary issues. A vast majority are giving their all towards their studies. Hopefully this showed when you received the progress reports in October and if it didn t, I hope that it shows in their November report cards (report cards will be available at conferences). Many want to be a part of improving Stevenson. We had many applications for our Student Advisory Board and four students from each grade were selected. Even the voices of students not on the advisory board have been heard. Sixty essays from 11 th grade A.P. English were submitted on the pros and cons of ipods in school (surprisingly the essays were split down the middle). A group of Lady Titans proposed and organized our first powder puff football game held in October. Also, four students proposed adding a Junior State of America chapter at Stevenson. It will be the first chapter in the State of Michigan. The purpose is to increase political awareness among high school students. I am very excited about the new opportunities for students to be involved. When our students do get involved, they truly give it their all. Our Marching Band received the highest marks at festival. The first addition of the student newspaper, the Vanguard, was outstanding. Our football team is in the playoffs. Three of our female athletes have performed well at the state level (see the golf and swim articles later in the newsletter). In November, we will see great performances from our Drama students. As the year progresses, I hope that even more students get involved in after school activities and that we will continue to have great success. January 4 - Classes Resume Pfannes continues
2 Mr. Pfannes continued In addition to the students, I am grateful for the outstanding and caring staff at Stevenson High School. They have already spent countless hours working on ways to improve the education of students. The focus of this work has been on improving reading, writing, and math skills. You will find these skills are used in some capacity across the curriculum and in every job field. One way that teachers have been committed to helping students improve is through the Titan Time Tutoring held for one hour after school every Tuesday and Thursday. Many of our staff members work with your students beyond the school day as tutors, as club sponsors (see list in associate principal section of newsletter), and as coaches. They do so for little to no pay just because they want students to have these opportunities. I hope more and more staff members will give of themselves so that our students continue to have great opportunities at Stevenson High School. Last but not least, I am grateful for the Stevenson Community and Parents. Much of what we do would not be possible without your support. Many parents stay involved in the school even after their students have long since graduated. One example of parent involvement is the Parent Advisory Committee. Over thirty parents came to the first meeting to have a chance to talk one on one with the principal. The meeting is open to all parents and is a great opportunity to ask questions and make suggestions. This month s meeting is November 17 at 6:30 p.m. or November 18 at 8:30 a.m. Additional opportunities are available for parents to get involved. For example many parents serve on booster clubs for athletics, drama, and music. A group of parents volunteer as part of the All Night Party committee. I know all of these groups would welcome even more members. We are also looking for parents to volunteer in other capacities (please see the article in the associate principal s section). The community has shown its support in many different ways and for that I am grateful. I look forward to even more involvement in the future. I am so happy to be able to work with the Stevenson students, staff, and parents. It is my hope that everyone has a lot to be grateful for this year, if for no other reason than Stevenson is just such an outstanding place to go to school, to work, and to volunteer. Have a Happy Thanksgiving and be grateful so that you can make sense of your past, bring peace for today, and create a vision for tomorrow! With Titan Pride, Steven Pfannes Steven Pfannes Principal
3 Associate Principals TITAN TIME TUTORING IS NOW AVAILABLE Students who are in need of extra help with math, English, science, or social studies should attend bi-weekly tutoring sessions. These sessions are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:15 to 3:15 in the school library. There will be teachers and National Honor Society students available to help your student achieve his or her academic goals. Volunteers Needed We are looking for parents who could help in various roles at our school. We need assistance in tutoring, copying, and other projects. Interested parents must be able to pass a background check. Volunteer forms are available in the main office. Math Room Parent-Math room parents work either 5 th or 6 th hour or both in the Algebra I and II support classes. The parent would assist the teacher by running stations and one on one tutoring. Math Room Parents should have a strong math background. This volunteer position would also be great for an older sibling who is studying to be a math teacher and would like some practical experience in the classroom under the supervision of an outstanding veteran teacher. Please contact Mr. May if you are interested at Copy/Project Parent-These parents would volunteer a couple hours a week assisting staff with their copy needs or other project needs. Please contact Mrs. Hildebrand if you are interested at Titan Time Tutoring Room Parent-These parents would help our certified teachers on Tuesday s and Thursdays in the Media Center working with students in any of the subject areas or with research. These parents could have a strong background in of our subject areas. Please contact Mrs. Chesney if you are interested at Webmaster Volunteer This parent needs to have experience with web page design. This parent will need to be able to update the website once a week. Please contact Danielle Gibbs if you are interested at The associates can also be reached at Please look back here for other volunteer opportunities in the future. Parking Lot Update Stevenson High School has approximately 400 student parking spots. At this point we have sold just over 400 permits to students. All Seniors have been eligible to purchase passes since the start of the year. Currently 60 passes have been released to the Juniors that applied with the best attendance history. A reminder to all students with a parking pass, if you have trouble getting to school on time you could possibly lose your driving privileges. Any student driving recklessly in the parking lot will lose their pass automatically! Parents please do not use the bus loops for waiting or parking. These must be kept open so that the busses can safely get in to pick up their students.
4 Associate Principal continued Co-Curricular Activities Co-Curricular Activities may require participation in a class or require an invitation to be part of the activity. The sponsors are usually paid staff. Name Sponsor Contact Info Website Debate Mr. Leland DECA (Business Club) Mr. Diggs Forensics Mr. Lopo Key Club Mr. Hayes Marching Band/Band Mr. Sekich National Honor Society Ms. Christiansen new.schoolnotes.com Quiz Bowl Mr. Lopo Science Olympiad Ms. Zibuck Social Studies Olympiad Ms. McKinney Skills USA (Vocational) Mr. Garcia Mr. Siress Stevenson Players Mrs. Berg Student Council Ms. Lucas The Vanguard (Newspaper) Ms. Pantano Vocal Music Mr. Cable Yearbook Ms. Pantano
5 Associate Principal continued Clubs Clubs do not usually require participation in a class or require an invitation. The sponsors for clubs are all volunteer parents or staff members. Auto Club Mr. Hoover Book Club Mrs. Acoff Chess Club Mrs. Horton Driven Club Mr. Hoover Environmental Club Mr. Tasich Euchre Club Mr. Tasich Face Aids Club Mr. Frazier Future Nurses Club Mrs. Tancredi French Club Madame White Gay, Straight Alliance Club Ms. Christiansen Ms. Kuznicki German Club Ms. Spezia HOSA (Health Occupations) Ms. Rawling Junior State of America Mrs. Chase M.I.T.E.S. (Industry & Tech) Mr. Garcia Mr. Newman Mr. Siress Robotics Team (Crevolution) Mr. Gray crevolutionrobotics.org Scrapbook Club Ms. Mann Spanish Club Mr. Brackx Ms. Cross Ms. Dollins Ultimate Frisbee Team Mr. Frasier Varsity Club Mr. Brandon Young Entrepreneurs Mr. Tasich
6 CALENDAR 10/24 ACT testing 10/31 End of 1 st marking period 11/6 Regular registration deadline for December ACT test 12/12 ACT Test (check your admissions ticket for location) 1/13 Financial aid presentation at 7 p.m. in the auditorium 3/1 State of Michigan deadline for submission of the FAFSA form Counseling Corner PARENTS OF SENIORS... The Stevenson counselors met with members of the senior class for a Senior Meeting. At that time, students were spoken with about many key issues for success throughout their senior year and the transition into college. Topics covered included graduation requirements, transcript interpretation, staying on track, the college search, application process, financial aide, scholarships, and career information. Each student received a copy of their own Educational Planning Report (transcript) and a Senior Folder loaded with a wealth of valuable information. Parents, if you have not yet seen this folder or transcript, please ask you child for it or call your child s counselor for a second copy. FINANCIAL AID NIGHT PRESENTATION Mark your calendars On Thursday, January 13, 2010, there will be a Financial Aid Night program for parents. The presentation will take place in the Stevenson High School auditorium at 7:00 p.m. The program will cover the financial aid process from start to finish. Topics will include completion of the FAFSA form, financial aid programs and policies, types of aid, changes in state and federal programs, and guidelines for applying. Time for questions and answers will also be provided. FINANCIAL AID FOR COLLEGE PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES As seniors are deciding where they would like to go to college, parents are striving to find the financial resources necessary to provide those academic opportunities. Each college or university determines an aid package for each student. The financial aid package that is offered is based on the school s Cost of Attendance and the family s Expected Family Contribution (EFC). Each student s EFC is determined by completing a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) application. The paper version is currently available in the Counseling Office. It is often more efficient and timely, however, to apply online. The first step in applying online is for both the student and a parent to apply for and receive a PIN number. This will provide access to information as well as allowing both parent and student to give an electronic signature on the FAFSA document. This step should be done as soon as possible - unlike the FAFSA form itself, which requires the completion of the tax return in order to enter the necessary data. The website for obtaining a FAFSA PIN number is At the website, each applicant will need to give their legal name, date of birth, and social security number. In order to complete the FAFSA, parents must first complete their federal tax return for the calendar year prior to their child s start of college. Information from the return will then be used to complete the online or paper version of the FAFSA. The website to complete the online FAFSA is On the FAFSA, students will also need to include the school code for each college and university that they are considering for attendance during next school year. The FAFSA form is sent directly to the processor in the envelope provided. The FAFSA must be received by March 1 in order to ensure student eligibility for the greatest amount of state aid, financial aid programs and monies. The student will then receive a SAR (Student Aid Report) that summarizes the information provided on the FAFSA. This report is sent to your home to be reviewed for accuracy as well as to the financial aid department of each college that was listed on the FAFSA application. Each college will then determine if a financial aid package is appropriate for the student. If so, the school will provide detailed information about what types of aid and in which amounts can be offered. The student always has the right to decline any aid offered that they do not want to accept. STAYING AHEAD OF THE GAME FOR THE SECOND TEN WEEKS OF SCHOOL... As the school year continues, students need to monitor their progress in preparation for post-high school education. Use the information below as a guideline to stay on track.
7 SENIORS Check your Senior Folder in order to stay on track with the Senior Checklist. Keep all college information in your Senior Folder so that important papers aren t misplaced Make final visits to college campuses that you are still considering Send back any admissions confirmations and housing deposit materials by indicated deadlines. Follow-up with your college or university to make sure they received these materials. Continue to work on scholarship searches and completing scholarship applications. CHECK FOR SCHOLARSHIP UPDATES REGU- LARLY. THESE WILL BE POSTED IN YOUR ENGLISH CLASSES. Apply for a student and parent PIN number for your FAFSA at Attend the Financial Aid Night on 1/13 Continue to work hard in your classes. Contact your counselor with any concerns you have regarding graduation requirements The 2010 Senior All Night Party (ANP) tickets will officially go on sale at our NEXT ANP Parent Meeting on 7:00pm for$ A "FREE" Class of 2010-ANP T-Shirts will be given with the first 150 tickets purchased!!!! Note, the ticket cost at the door will be $ so plan to get your tickets early! Counseling continued The 2010 ANP Parent Meetings are held the first Monday of every month at 7:00pm in the Amphitheater. Please join as we plan this exciting event for our class of 2010 students. JUNIORS Begin to gather college information and make a list of schools that meet your criteria Start a file system for the information that you receive from colleges Begin to look over ACT study guides in preparation for spring testing Become involved in volunteer and community service activities Continue to work hard in your classes Set an academic goal for yourself that is challenging but achievable and work to accomplish that goal. SOPHOMORES Set academic goals for yourself that are challenging but achievable and work to accomplish those goals Participate in tutoring activities to receive extra support in your classes if needed Join school clubs and become involved in school-related activities Take part in volunteer and community service activities
8 Counseling continued University Visitations Universities listed below will be visiting Stevenson. INTERESTED SENIORS MUST SIGN UP IN THE COUNSELING CENTER. THESE MEETINGS WILL BE HELD IN THE AMPHITHEATRE UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED. October 19 th Siena Heights College 6 th hour October 19 th Macomb Community College 3 rd hour October 20 th Heidelberg University (Tiffin, Ohio) 2 nd hour October 20 th Baker College 3 rd hour October 21 st Central Michigan University 1 st hour On-site admissions start at 8:30 a.m. until 12:00 noon Interested students must sign up in the Counseling Center for an appointment. October 22 nd Tiffin University (Ohio) 2 nd hour October 26 th Lawrence Tech 1 st hour October 26 th Hope College 6 th hour October 27 th Albion College 3 rd hour October 28 th Indiana Tech. 2 nd hour October 28 th Kettering University 6 th hour October 29 th Madonna University 6 th hour October 30 th Ferris State 2 nd hour November 2 nd Lake Superior State Univ. 3 rd hour November 4 th Hillsdale College 1 st hour November 5 th University of Michigan Dearborn 2 nd hour
9 Community Education 2009 ACT/MME TEST PREP WORKSHOP Presented by Advantage Education, the authors of McGraw-Hill s ACT prep book, this workshop will prepare students for the ACT exam by teaching proven strategies and techniques. Advantage Education s experienced classroom instructors have scored in the 99 th percentile on the ACT. Students will get hands-on practice with actual released ACT test items, and will leave the workshop with additional material on which to practice. Please bring a calculator, all other materials will be provided. Instructor: Advantage Education Class #: 5464 Location: Stevenson High School Room # F106 Date: Monday & Wednesday November 16 Time: 6:00-9:00 pm Cost: $119 To register by phone with a Visa, Master Card or Discover, please call UCS Community Education at (586) OR mail the completed application below with your check (payable to UCS) to Utica Community Schools, Community Education, Mile Road, Sterling Hts., MI 48314; fax to (586) OR register online at Refunds are available prior to start of class only. A $7 processing fee applies to all refunds ACT/MME TEST PREP WORKSHOP - #5464 (Please complete a separate registration form for each student) Name Address City Zip Home Phone Work/Cell Phone School Attending Current Grade Cash Check# Visa/MasterCard/Discover # Exp. date Cardholder s Name Cardholder s Address
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11 Classroom News (continued) ATTENTION ALL MICROSOFT OFFICE PARENTS AND STUDENTS: THE FIRST MICROSOFT OFFICE CERTIFICATION TEST FOR MICROSOFT WORD IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER! DON T MISS OUT ON THIS OPPORTUNITY TO STAY AHEAD OF THE CLASS! TESTING DATES: NOVEMBER 17, 2009 OR NOVEMBER 18, 2009 TIME: 2:30 P.M. UNTIL 3:30 P.M. IN ROOM A1 AT STEVENSON ** COST INFORMATION IS NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME. WE WILL ANNOUNCE THE COST AND DISTRIBUTE REGISTRATION FORMS DURING CLASS APPROXIMATELY 2 WEEKS PRIOR TO THE TESTING DATES ** IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT MRS. GENDELMAN: (586)
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13 Club News Stevenson High School National Honor Society and Medical Health Science students will be sponsoring a blood drive with the American Red Cross on November 30 during school hours at Stevenson. Please consider becoming a blood donor. STEVENSON HIGH SCHOOL NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY WEBSITE IS NOW AVAILABLE Please visit our NHS website at for information for current and prospective members of NHS.
14 Club News continued German input : Was gibt s Neues? (What s new?) The Deutschklub is up & running again this year. The club dues are $5.00 for the school year. The only deadline for the dues is before a German student wishes to participate in an after-school activity. We have planning meetings every other Wednesday morning at 7:00 in E-91 (donuts & juice are provided). Our next planning meeting will be October 21 st. The students will be finalizing their club shirt design and discussing fundraising options as well as activity ideas for November. Once a month we will have a fun after-school activity. In September we had a wonderful turnout to play volleyball against students from the French and Spanish clubs at Dodge Park. This was followed by free pizza and soda. On October 21 st from 3:30-5:30 p.m. the Deutschklub will gather at Sunnybrook for some bowling fun. Students need to sign up with Frau Spezia. The cost of $8.00 (pay at Sunnybrook) covers three games, rental of bowling shoes, two pieces of pizza, and soda. Students need to provide their own transportation. Wir werden viel Spass haben!! (We will have lots of fun!!) Reminder: All National German Honor Society members need to attend at least two Deutschklub after-school activities during the school year. (Note: The requirements to be invited to the National German Honor Society include an overall GPA of 3.0 and a German GPA of 3.6 with at least three semesters of high school German. Invitations for new members go out late February-early March.) Spanish Club is excited to have many new activities this fall. On Tuesday, October 27 th we will be going to El Charro s! Also in November we are planning an exciting bowling night. As usual in December we will be having our annual Christmas party with food, fun, and games! Also don t forget that it s never too late to join Spanish Club, so sign up today with your Spanish teacher! El Español es Salvaje!
15 Stevenson High School presents November 11 th -14 th 7:00 p.m. November 15 th 2:00 p.m. There will be one intermission. Stevenson High School Dodge Park Road Sterling Heights, MI Reserved seating only. Tickets $10.00 To Purchase Tickets Visit Questions or concerns about on-line ticket purchases, Contact Mrs. Gibbs at
16 Stevenson Drama Presents December 1st 7:00pm Tickets $5.00 Tickets Available At The Door
17 Lady Titan, Amanda Gardiner, goes to State Finals! Sport News The Stevenson Titans can be proud of junior Amanda Gardiner after an outstanding performance this year on the golf course. The team s captain not only performed well on the course, but also displayed her leadership abilities well as she helped teach first yearplayers the mechanics of the game. Amanda works hard on the course and in the classroom, representing Titan pride well. The Stevenson junior golfer already has achieved much this season, from winning the Macomb County tournament to taking the top spot at the MAC Red Division tournament, and she hoped for one last hurrah at the Division 1 state finals at Forest Akers West in East Lansing. "At the beginning of the season, our goal for her was to make it in the top 10 at the finals," Stevenson coach Dennis Walczak said. "The way she was playing at the end of the season, I think she can still get in the top five." Gardiner qualified for the finals after shooting an 86 at the Division 1 regional at Twin Lakes on the cold and blustery day Although her score at regional s was not her best performance of the season, Walczak believed Gardiner could contend at the state tournament because of her experience, short game and consistency. Gardiner made her third straight appearance at the finals after going as a freshman and sophomore. "You have to have confidence to come up here by yourself," she said. "Last year and my freshman year experience (when the team did qualify) helped me tremendously today." As a freshman she shot rounds of 88 and 96 for a two-day total of 184. She finished 19th last year with a 164 (rounds of 79 and 85) and earned second-team all-state honors. "She was so young as a freshman," Walczak said. "I think she learned how to deal with the pressure." This season, Gardiner has excelled for Stevenson, averaging a 38 in nine-hole dual matches. She won the Macomb County tournament by shooting a 77 at Timberwood Golf Club, and she earned medalist honors at the rainshortened, nine-hole MAC Red Division tournament at Fore Lakes Golf Club with a 2-over-par score. In one of the last dual matches of the season, she recorded her best round of the season with a 1-under-par at Port Huron Country Club. "She's very solid around the greens," Walczak said. "She's very consistent off the tee. She's always in good position to approach the green." Gardiner played well the first day in the cold weather and high winds. She scored an 83, placing tied for fourth place midway through the tournament. The greens were extremely fast, even by PGA standards, commented Walczak, but Amanda fought tooth and nail to limit the excessive putts. Gardiner joined the leaders despite the incredibly difficult greens. On greens like these, the players need to get the ball close on the approach shot in order to limit the difficulty of the speed and slope of the greens Amanda was outstanding with her approach shots. "This golf course has always been interesting to play," she said. "It challenges everything you do, and if you're not on top of your game it will kick your butt Gardiner started the final round on Saturday with a bogey, and then proceeded to burn up the course with six straight pars and a birdie. She was on such a roll, but it was cut short by a very long wait on the next tee after the birdie, Walczak said, and it seemed to kill her momentum. Gardiner tried not to allow the delay to affect her game, but it took the next four holes to regain her momentum as she shot seven over par on those holes. She finished the last five holes with three pars and two bogeys, posting an 82 for the day. Amanda s overall score for the final round doesn t represent how well she really shot today, Walczak commented, especially with the tremendous approach shots and incredible putting she had almost all day. "I felt pretty good about my ball striking and I was on target for most of my shots. My putting could have improved the last couple of days, but these are some tough greens so I can't be completely disappointed," commented Gardiner. Her dedication and hard work will undoubtedly put her in contention for the individual top honors next year. Gardiner finished the tournament with a two-day total of 165, tied for seventh place. She is nominated for the All-State Division I team and is a favorite to make the team. Gardiner adds to her honors with earning the MVP in the MAC Red and one of the top spots on the All-Macomb County team.
18 Swim and Dive Team Sport News continued Someone once said "great gifts come in small packages" and that is surely holding truth with some amazing talent from the Stevenson Varsity Swim & Dive team this year. With only 13 swimmers and 3 divers, two Titan athletes have had outstanding seasons. Senior, captain, Laura Chall has continued to improve all season. At the Macomb County Championship Meet, Laura swam a personal best time of 1:05.51 in the 100 Backstroke. Her swim qualified her for the MISCA State Championship meet on October 23rd. The meet was held at Eastern Michigan University and Laura finished top 50 in the state! Senior, dive captain, Ashley Hardy continues to have an amazing and unforgettable season! It is easy to see Ashley is very talented on the dive board and with all of the hard work she puts in, she deserves all that has come to her this year! At the 2009 County Meet, Ashley crushed the existing County record by over 18 points! The record was previously held by Henry Ford II graduate, Jill Davis in Ashley's new 11 dive record is points! While she would be the last to tell you, Ashley is now the best diver to ever compete in Macomb County! Ashley placed 4th at the MISCA State Meet and has already qualified for the Division 1 State Meet in Holland. Congratulations to both of these ladies on amazing and well deserved seasons! Way to Go Titan s! The Titan football team has just completed the 2009 regular season undefeated! It is the ninth time in school history the team has won all of its games. The Titans have moved on to the state playoffs and have a possible, three more home games. That's three chances to come out and support your Titans! The first game is Friday, October 30 versus Roseville at 7 p.m. If the Titans advance, the remaining home games will be played on November 6 and 13 at 7p.m. Hope to see you there. Go Titans!!! F.Y.I. from the Bookkeeper When your student signs up to play a sport a payment needs to be made at the beginning of the season. The other requirement is a contract must be filled out, signed by the parent and student and turned in to the athletic director in a timely manner. The payment can be made in a couple of ways. A check, money order or cash is always acceptable or you can pay online by visiting our website, Then click on schools, Stevenson. At the bottom of the page is a link to Pay Schools, this is where you will make the payment. This is monitored by the UCS Athletic Director. Pay to Participate fees help to support the district s sports program by reducing the subsidy from the general budget for athletics.
19 BOOSTER APPAREL Price Sports News continued Football, Soccer Hoodie Screen print $25.00 Crewneck Football Screen Print $22.00 Sweatpants Screen Print $20.00 Capris $22.00 Cow Bells $4.00 Removable Tattoos $0.50 Who's Your Titan stickers $3.00 Car Stickers? $2.00 Car Flags $5.00 Rain Ponchos $5.00 Seat Cushions $2.00 Hats $15.00 Hats 3 D wool blend S logo $15.00 Hats Football or Soccer $17.00 Ladies Tek Fleece Jacket emb $35.00 Mens Tek Fleece Jacket emb $ oz 100 Polo emb $23.00 Crewneck Sweatshirt emb $18.00 Full Zip Hoodies emb $25.00 Hoodie Pullover emb $25.00 Alumni Shirt $10.00 Priceless T Shirt $10.00 Visors $12.00 Boom Boom Sticks $2.00 If you would like to order anything; Send it in the mail or, to Anything Logo L.L.C. Attn: Mary Schoenegge Olympia Dr Sterling Heights, MI Please include your phone number and address with your order. Payment by check is due at the time of the order. Checks get made out to the Stevenson Athletic Boosters
20 Community Announcements American Education Week (AEW) celebrates our nation s cornerstone public education For more than 80 years, our nation has set aside a week of November to recognize its public school system. This year, American Education Week (AEW) will be celebrated November Although it has been celebrated for many years, public education in the United States goes back far longer than that. It was the prevailing belief of this nation s founders that a free and public education was fundamental to the creation and success of this country. In Utica Community Schools, American Education Week is celebrated much like any other school week with teaching and learning. But the official designation does give all of us parents, staff and the community an opportunity to reflect on what each of us does to support an atmosphere of learning for all children so that they can grow and achieve in the 21 st century Stevenson High School Class Reunion
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ANNOUNCEMENTS WEEK OF 12/11/17 Monday, December 11 "Detention will be held after school today in room 115A and tomorrow morning at 7:00 am in room 102." This Friday, December 15th will be an early dismissal
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