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1 Steven Pfannes, Principal Dodge Park Road Attendance Office Alison Hildebrand, Associate Principal Sterling Heights, MI Counseling Office Tim Youngblood, Associate Principal Main Office Bob Enne, Associate Principal Fax Website: Vision Statement: Stevenson High School will encourage and empower all students to acquire the necessary skills to be successful, contributing members of a diverse community and global society. Mission Statement: Our mission is to create a positive and challenging learning environment that encourages all students to achieve their greatest potential as responsible, productive members of a diverse society. This Week s Announcements Dear Titan Families, September 17,2018 MAIN MENU * This Week s Announcements * Stevenson News and Information * Junior News and Information * This Week s Events * Teacher Talk * Sophomore News and Information * Senior News and Information * District News and Information While the result of the Varsity Homecoming game was not what we would hope for, we had a great homecoming week! I am proud of how hard all our athletes work to prepare for games. I am proud of how the students celebrated being a Titan this week. It made me feel good about being an alum and the principal of the school. Now we start to look forward to the rest of the year. This week, we have Open House. Please meet in the Auditorium at 6:30 p.m. Come early to hear the jazz band perform. The choir will start Open House by singing the National Anthem. After a short presentation, parents will be able to follow the schedule of their students. I hope to see you all there.

2 Join the Debate Team!! Do you like to argue? Are you tired of losing an argument? Well now it s time to join the Stevenson Debate team!! Our 2nd team meeting will be Wednesday September 19th at 2:30 in Mr. Leland s room that s room B-28. Stop on by if you want to argue!! Be There or Be Square! Bowling Team Says Goodbye to a Great Coach in Search of Another I have recently been informed, and regret to inform you all, that Stevenson Girls Bowling Team Head Coach/Girls Program Coordinator Kim Maddy has elected to resign her position with the team and will not be returning this season. I'd personally like to thank Kim for all her years of dedication and service that she put in to the Stevenson Bowling Team, from her time spent as an Assistant Coach with the JV team to taking over the program a few years ago. Kim's knowledge and dedication to what we do each and every year will truly be missed but I understand her need to take a step back to be able to spend more time with her family and her desire to accomplish some personal goals that she has set for herself. We wish Kim the best of luck and hope to still see her around from time to time. With that being said, we now have an opening for someone to take over as the Girls Team Head Coach/Program Coordinator. If you know of anyone, or if you yourself may be interested in the position, please let me know ASAP and I will forward that information on to our Athletic Director. Our high school bowling season is fast approaching so I'm sure the school would like to back fill this open position quickly. Parking permits approaching sell out!! If your junior or senior hopes to drive to school this year, he or she should submit their application by the end of this week, Friday, September 21. We will no longer accept applications after that date. Sign your teenager up for free street safety driving program being held September 22 Teen Street Skills is a new community program, led by Robbie Buhl, educating teen drivers ages with a legal driving permit on street safety. More than the typical driver's education program, teens will learn about how to maximize their car's performance in order to properly react to adverse conditions. This program puts teens behind the wheel to learn skills that will be used for a lifetime. Included in the program are the techniques teens need to be safe and responsible drivers on our community s streets, including: Driving Basics, Defensive Driving Behavior Skid Control Emergency Braking Accident Avoidance and much more! Stevenson has 15 spots in the a.m. and p.m. sessions on September 22, so go right away to to register.

3 Student Textbook Fines/Fees Stevenson textbooks are electronically checked-out to students and are the students responsibility. Students should treat the books like money and make sure that don t lose them or cause the books to become unusable. If a student received a book at the beginning of this year and have since changed their schedule, the students should return the textbook immediately to the Media Center to remove them from their account. At the end of each semester, students will return their textbooks to the Media Center and the books will be removed from their account. Students who do not return the book at the end of the semester will be assessed a fine of the cost of a new book and a processing fee of $5. Avoid fines and fees and return your books on time! Financial Aid Night is September 27, at 6:30 p.m. in the ECC Is your son or daughter planning on going to college? Need information on how to pay for it? Attend Financial Aid Night! Financial Aid Night will be held on September 27, 2018 at 6:30 in the ECC. A financial aid specialist will be providing information regarding all forms of financial aid for college. FAFSA filing begins October 1 st! FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION FOR STEVENSON SENIORS All college-bound seniors should apply for financial aid for college. Now is the time to start working on your FAFSA federal financial aid form. This is the main tool used by colleges and universities to determine what financial aid they are able to offer to you. 1. You and one of your parents must first apply for a FSA ID number. Click on the Lock at the top of the page that says FSA ID to begin the process at: 2. Once you have established your FSA ID, you may begin a new FAFSA online, for free, at: For more information or help in filling out the FAFSA, call FED-AID or go to The FAFSA form must be received by March 1, 2019 for you to be eligible for the maximum amount of available state aid. Please remember that an updated list of scholarships is available through Naviance. Just click on the Colleges tab at the top of the page and then scroll down to Scholarships. National scholarship searches provide students with additional sources and opportunities to earn money for college. Some of the sites for scholarship searches are as follows:

4 COLLEGE VISITS 2018 at Stevenson High School for Students 9/18 Western Michigan University 1st Hour ECC 9/18 Michigan State University 3rd Hour ECC 9/18 Grand Valley State University 5th Hour ECC 9/19 University of Toledo 2nd Hour Counseling Office 9/19 Central Michigan University 11:00 ECC 9/19 University of Detroit-Mercy 6th Hour ECC 9/20 Rochester College 1st Hour Counseling Office 9/20 Michigan Technological College 3rd Hour ECC 9/24 Baker College 5th Hour ECC 9/25 Kettering University 6th Hour ECC 9/26 Saginaw Valley State University 1st Hour ECC 9/26 College for Creative Studies 5th Hour ECC 10/1 Eastern Michigan University 3rd Hour ECC 10/3 Albion College 3rd Hour Counseling Office 10/3 Northern Michigan University 5th Hour ECC 10/4 University of Alabama 11:00 Counseling Office 10/4 Wayne State University 6th Hour ECC 10/9 Hope College 1st Hour Counseling Office 10/9 Lawrence Technological University 3rd Hour ECC 10/11 University of Michigan-Dearborn 3rd Hour ECC 10/12 Oakland University 6th Hour ECC 10/17 University of Michigan-Ann Arbor 1st Hour ECC 10/19 Madonna University 3rd Hour Counseling Office 10/23 Macomb Community College 3rd Hour ECC PLEASE SIGN UP TO ATTEND ON YOUR NAVIANCE ACCOUNT (NAVIANCE.COM), AND PICK UP A PASS IN THE COUNSELING OFFICE. STUDENTS WILL NOT BE ADMITTED WITHOUT A PASS.

5 Support Girls Swim Stevenson Girls Swim and Dive team swam to third place (out of seven) this past Saturday in the L'anse Creuse Relays and were defeated in the water on Thursday when they hosted a meet at Henry Ford II. Next week they are scheduled to compete on Tuesday, September 18th at Lamphere High School and also on Thursday, September 20th at home (HFII) against Regina. Come watch our Titan Swim and Dive team as they swim their way to the top! Go Titans! Welcome Our New Media Center Clerk Hello. My name is Lisa Patalon and I am the new Media Center Office Clerk at Stevenson. I am new to the UCS community and a Stevenson graduate. I am a proud mother of two daughters that attend Shelby Jr. High and Utica High schools. I have already met many teachers and students and am looking forward to getting to know everyone. Welcome Back to Stevenson Two Teachers!! Mrs. Sarah Lacombe-English 9 MADE Teacher and English 10 Teacher My name is Sarah LaCombe and I am returning to Stevenson High School as a new English teacher. I graduated from Michigan State University with a bachelor s degree in English and Psychology and have earned my Masters in the Art of Teaching from Marygrove College. I started my teaching career at Stevenson 13 years ago and have taught at Jeannette Junior High for the past 10 years. My new endeavor includes teaching English in the Academy for Manufacturing, Automation, and Design Engineering (the MADE program) and I look forward to creating new and challenging ways for students to connect literature and the manufacturing industry. My husband is also a teacher and coach at Stevenson and we have two beautiful little girls that can often be seen running around the football field or basketball court. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, camping, reading, and being active. I look forward to my new chapter as a Titan! Mr. Jordan Tasich-US Government and US History Teacher Hi again, Titans! My name is Jordan Tasich and I am back teaching at Stevenson for the third time. This year I am split teaching mornings at Utica High School (Economics) and afternoons at Stevenson (American Government and US History). I am entering my 15th year teaching and I am excited to be back at the high school level. I will be heading up the Quiz Bowl and Social Studies Olympiad teams at Utica this year. I hope to restart the Young Entrepreneurs, Euchre and Environmental Clubs at Stevenson as well. I also plan on helping out with Stevenson's E-Sports Gaming Club, too. The best way to get a hold of me this year will be This Week s Events Monday, September 17 (H) Varsity Boys Tennis vs 4:00 p.m (H) JV Boys Tennis vs 4:00 p.m. (A) 6:00 p.m. (A) p.m. SANP Meeting in D63 at 7 pm Tuesday, September 18 (A) Freshman 4:00 p.m. Main Gym (A) Freshman Soccer vs Malow Jr. p.m. (A) Girls Swimming & 6:00 p.m. Lady Golf - League Match vs Maple 5:00 pm

6 Stevenson Athletic Booster Club Meeting 7:00 PM, located in the ECC. College Visit: WMU, 1st hour- located in the ECC College Visit: MSU, 3rd hour- located in the ECC College Visit: GVSU, 5th hour- located in the ECC Wednesday, September 19 (H) Varsity Boys Tennis Varsity vs L'Anse Creuse MS North- 4:00 (A) JV Boys L'Anse Creuse MS North- 4:00 p.m. (H) Varsity Soccer vs 7:00 p.m. (H) JV Soccer vs 5:30 p.m. Lady Golf- Tournament vs Macomb County Cherry Creek TIME: 9:00 am College Visit: University of Toledo: 2nd hour- located in Counseling Office College Visit CMU: 11:00- located in the ECC College Visit: University of Detroit-Mercy: 6th hour- located in the ECC Open House at 6:30 pm Thursday, September 20 (H) JV Football vs 7:00 p.m. (H) Freshman Football vs 4:30 p.m. (A) Freshman Grosse Pointe 4:00 p.m. Main Gym (A) Freshman Henry Ford 4:30 p.m. (H) Girls Swimming and 6:00 p.m. College Visit: Rochester College: 1st hour- located in the Counseling Office College Visit: Michigan Technological College: 3rd hour - located in the ECC Friday, September 21 (A) Varsity Football vs Eisenhower 7:00 Utica HS / Swinehart Stadium Lady Golf - League Match vs Maple 3:00 pm Saturday, September 22 Cross Country Old Skool Wolcott Farm 9:40 am 11th/ 12th Boys 10:20 am- 9th /10th Boys 10:40 am 11th/12th girls, 11:40 am,9th/10th girls **All events are subject to change. Stevenson s News and Information Announcements from Past Editions of the Titan Voice You May Have Missed Mark your calendars for Parent-Teacher Conferences Fall Parent-Teacher conferences will be held on October 11 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. We hope to see you there! Attention Juniors-PSAT/NMSQT National Merit Scholarship Competition On October 13th, 2018, Stevenson High School is offering the PSAT/NMSQT to all juniors who wish to participate. The PSAT has many benefits for juniors, such as updating their personalized Official SAT practice experience in Khan Academy. The College Board states New data Links 20 hours of personalized Official SAT practice on Khan Academy to 115-point average score gains. Also, taking the PSAT provides an opportunity to compete for scholarships. Eligible juniors will automatically be entered into scholarship and recognition competitions by taking the test. These

7 competitions include the prestigious National Merit Scholarship Program. Scholarships not only help you pay for college, but they can also help you stand apart from other students in the college admissions process. Any junior interested in taking this test may sign up for the test on Stevenson High School s PaySchools site. The cost for the test is $24 and can be paid with a check or using Stevenson s PaySchools site. The PaySchools link is under the site index tab of our website. Testing will begin promptly at 8:00 a.m. Be sure to bring your identification. to the testing session. To practice for the PSAT, refer to the following link to download a practice assessment: Make time to take the practice test, as it is the best way to get ready for the PSAT/NMSQT. If you need additional help with this decision, please contact your counselor. To learn more about the PSAT, visit For programs conducted by National Merit Scholarship Corporation, visit Purchase a Yearbook and Publications Package on Titan Days and Save! Attention All Parents, especially parents of seniors: It is highly recommended to purchase the early bird publication special, a 2019 yearbook with free home delivery subscription of the school newspaper the Vanguard, for the biggest savings deal, $30 off regular pricing. Purchase can be made on payschool or at registration. Looking for Team and Club Parent Reporters I would like to highlight and celebrate the success of every team and club. I cannot do this alone. I am looking for parents from different groups who would be willing to write a paragraph each week during the season to report on the events of the week. If you are interested, please me. SENIOR SECTION Attention Senior Parents-Senior All Night Party Meeting Monday Calling all Stevenson parents! There will be All Night Party Meeting on Monday, September 17th at 7 o'clock in room D63. This is a VERY IMPORTANT meeting we need as many parents as possible! There will be a vote on whether to keep the party at Stevenson or take it off site to lifetime. Also, September 19th is open house the All Night Party will have tickets available there at a special discount, one night only! Also, the 1st 100 ticket sold will receive a free T-shirt! JUNIOR SECTION Attention Juniors-PSAT/NMSQT National Merit Scholarship Competition On October 13th, 2018, Stevenson High School is offering the PSAT/NMSQT to all juniors who wish to participate. The PSAT has many benefits for juniors, such as updating their personalized Official SAT practice experience in Khan Academy. The College Board states New data Links 20 hours of personalized Official SAT practice on Khan Academy to 115-point average score gains. Also, taking the PSAT provides an opportunity to compete for scholarships. Eligible juniors will automatically be entered into scholarship and recognition competitions by taking the test. These competitions include the prestigious National Merit

8 Scholarship Program. Scholarships not only help you pay for college, but they can also help you stand apart from other students in the college admissions process. Any junior interested in taking this test may sign up for the test on Stevenson High School s PaySchools site. The cost for the test is $24 and can be paid with a check or using Stevenson s PaySchools site. The PaySchools link is under the site index tab of our website. Testing will begin promptly at 8:00 a.m. Be sure to bring your identification. to the testing session. To practice for the PSAT, refer to the following link to download a practice assessment: Make time to take the practice test, as it is the best way to get ready for the PSAT/NMSQT. If you need additional help with this decision, please contact your counselor. To learn more about the PSAT, visit For programs conducted by National Merit Scholarship Corporation, visit SOPHOMORE SECTION UCS DISTRICT NEWS AND INFORMATION Open House September 19 You are all invited to attend Open House on September 19. We will start at 6:30 p.m. in the Auditorium. Safety, technology and infrastructure improvements highlight Nov. 6 Bond Proposal The Utica Community Schools Board of Education has unanimously (7-0) approved placing a $155 million bond proposal on the November 6 ballot to address safety and security, technology and infrastructure improvements identified through the district s strategic, long-range facility improvement program. The bond proposal will allow us to continue providing an environment that supports the academic excellence for students that our community expects and deserves, Board of Education president Gene Klida said. The bond projects address safety and security and infrastructure priorities that directly impact our classrooms. The projects also provide our teachers the tools they need to drive learning and develop the job skills that businesses need to build our economy. Voter approval of the bond proposal has been structured to keep the tax rate at or below the current level. The bond proposal will affect each UCS student and every UCS school and school facility. The ballot proposal states that that the bond proposal will provide for: 1. Making safety and security improvements, including cameras and door-locking systems. 2. Equipping, furnishing, re-equipping and refurnishing school district buildings, facilities, and structures, and acquiring school buses and technology equipment. 3. Constructing additions to and/or remodeling school district buildings. 4. Improving and developing sites, including playgrounds, athletic fields, facilities, and structures in the school district. Safe and secure schools are a top priority for our community and our district, Superintendent Dr. Christine Johns said. The improvements in this bond proposal are a key piece to our collaborative efforts with local law enforcement to continue to keep our schools safe places for students and staff.

9 Technology improvements provide students and teachers the resources to support learning, including key areas of Career and Technical Education (CTE) and the integration of skills that ensure success in college and career. The infrastructure projects also support the district s long-range improvement programs in key areas of roofing, paving and the replacement of buses. Board of Education Treasurer Dr. Robert Ross emphasized that voter approval of the bond proposal has been structured to not increase the current tax rate. Through solid fiscal planning, this bond issue has been designed to ensure we can address our facility priorities at or below our current millage level, Dr. Ross said. Dr. Ross added that the improvements will allow the district to extend the life of current school buildings and protect the investment the community has made in its facilities. Area realtors are clear that the strength of Utica Community Schools protects property values and draws new families and businesses to the communities we serve, he said. Dr. Ross noted that by law the bond revenue will be used only for capital improvements and may be not used for operating expenses, such as salaries or utilities. It is important that our taxpayers know that all revenue must be used for the purposes that are specified in the bond proposal and the expenditures are independently audited, he said. More information and an overview of projects are available on the district s website at

10 Nondiscrimination in Education In compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act and the Persons with Disabilities Civil Rights Act. It is the policy of Utica Community Schools that no person shall, on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, age, disability, height, weight, or marital status be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination during any instructional opportunities, programs services, job placement assistance, employment or in policies governing student conduct and attendance. Any person suspecting a discriminatory practice should contact the Executive Director of Human Resources at Utica Community Schools, Greendale, Sterling Heights, MI or call (586)

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