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Stevenson Announcements


    Kenneth L. Cucchi III




    Good afternoon Titan Community,


    Thank you for an awesome 2022/2023 school year! As we move into the summer season, take this time to unwind, recharge your batteries and most importantly, enjoy time with family and friends.


    However, we aren’t quite done with school yet! Next week we start final exams, and our last day of school is Friday, June 9. The school year marathon is coming to an end, don’t stop now!  The final card marking ends on June 9 and report cards will be available on Powerschool on June 16.


    As families move and information changes, please be sure to update Powerschool with your new information. This can be done at any time.  Click here to open Powerschool, click on Forms on the left-hand side, then update your new information.  This is also where you will find the yearly forms that are required to be completed at the beginning of each school year.


    Be sure to store student laptops in a secure location over the summer, so they don’t get damaged or lost.

    Important Reminder: students are not allowed to have door dash or outside food delivered. This is a district policy. 


    Junior parents, please see the “Announcements” section in the Titan Voice for important information for your 2024 seniors.  Also see the Junior section for a senior portrait booklet.


    Exam Schedule:

    Wednesday, June 7                               Thursday, June 8                                  Friday, June 9, Last Day of School

    1st hour exam, 7:15 am – 8:48 am        3rd hour exam, 7:15 am – 8:48 am       5th hour exam, 7:15 am – 8:48 am

    2nd hour exam, 8:54 am – 10:17 am     4th hour exam, 8:54 am – 10:17 am     6th hour exam, 8:54 am – 10:17 am           


    Medications that are kept in the office need to be picked up by a parent/guardian no later than Wednesday, June 14.  Any medication that is not picked up by that date will be given to the district nurse to be disposed of.  If you have any questions, please call Michelle Bartold at 586-797-1905.


    2023/2024 Sports - If your student is interested in participating in Stevenson Athletics, both the student athlete AND parent/guardian must complete the Athletic Forms in Student Central Big Teams ( BEFORE attending any tryouts.  Athletes will be turned away at Team Tryouts if the forms are not complete.  Athletes/Parents are required to complete the Athletic forms each school year.  A current physical, dated 4/15/23 or later, must be uploaded and ALL forms must be completed, including the Pay to Participate Form (PTP). *PTP payments are not due until your student is assigned to the final team roster.   Please contact your Team Coach or Remi Darroch, Bookkeeper, at with any questions.


    CTE Courses - The vision of Utica Community Schools is to empower our students to transform their lives and their futures. We do this by providing students with the quality options that are designed around their interests and career goals. Central to these options is our Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. If you have questions about CTE courses available through Utica Community Schools, please reach out to your child’s guidance counselor.


    Your 8th – 12th grade student will shortly come home with the book Build Your Future, The Complete Guide to A Skilled Trades Career. This book was provided through a State of Michigan legislative funding appropriation and with the help of the Skilled to Build Michigan Foundation.


    This guidebook examines the 10 biggest myths surrounding the trades as well as outlines earning potential and provides information on what careers in these trades might look like. Please take the time to sit down with your student and review this guidebook, talk about the opportunity in skilled trades, and the value of CTE. Copies are available in the main office and the counseling office.


    Given the wide range of our programs, we encourage students to consider coursework that will make them stand out on their college or job applications. CTE is one of those key areas as it benefits every career field.


    Summer School Information - Summer Programs / Summer Learning (


    Summer Enrichment - Please find the attached 2023 Summer Enrichment catalog.  Inside you will find all the summer sports camps, health, fitness, dance, art, music, STEAM classes and more!  Feel free to share with students and families as you see fit.  I have also included a link below to both an online version of the catalog as well as the link to Eleyo to register. 


    Online Catalog      Link to Register


    2023-2024 Parking Permits - We will be accepting parking permit applications from next year's seniors (Class of 2024) beginning on May 30. The permits can be used to park for the rest of the 2022-23 school year and all of next year. Parking permits are $50. Students who already have a parking permit this year can turn in their old permit for a $5.00 discount on the new permit. You can find the Parking Permit Application on the Stevenson website: Stevenson High School.  Please print and bring copies of all required documents to Mrs. Bartold in the main office.


    Mark your calendars for Titan Days!

    12th Grade Seniors, Wednesday, August 23

    *Includes 12th Grade MADE students

    8:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.


    11th Grade Juniors, Wednesday, August 23

    *Includes 11th Grade MADE students

    12:00 p.m.- 2:30 p.m.


    10th Grade Sophomores, Thursday, August 24

    *Includes 10th Grade MADE students

    8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.


    MADE Freshman – Wednesday, August 23   

      Last Name A-L 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

      Last Name K-Z 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM


    Class of 2023 Information 

    June 5 -            Commencement Rehearsal - 11 a.m. at Oakland University - (arrive by 10:30 to line up)

    This is MANDATORY if you want to walk at the graduation ceremony.

    All graduating seniors are required to attend this rehearsal. You MUST ARRIVE BY 10:30 a.m. TO LINE UP. All facets of the ceremony will be rehearsed including exact seating, line-up, and processional, crossing the stage, name cards, arrival information, recessional, expectations, and conduct. The rehearsal will last about an hour. Transportation is on your own. If you do not attend, you will not be able to walk at graduation.


    Students will park in the parking garage and enter through the loading dock. Students will then follow the signs indicating where they should line up. Rehearsal will end by noon.


    June 10 -          Graduation, 10:00 a.m. at the O’Rena at Oakland University

    The Ceremony starts at 10:00 a.m. but students need to arrive at 9:00 a.m. Students are not allowed to alter their cap or gown, only cord/medals/stoles from UCS can be worn.


    June 10 -          Senior All Night Party

    Ticket prices go up depending on when you buy! Permission slips and payments can be delivered to the wooden box in the main office. Students have received an email with more information.



    Stevenson High School Social Studies Olympiad Team Winners

    Congratulations to all our winners and thank you to everyone who completed and submitted an entry this year!!  Many, many schools around the state competed this year, so there was a lot more competition than we’ve seen in some years. Medals and ribbons will be sent to Ms. Frischman and she will distribute them as soon as she can.


    Olivia Dickerson (Captain) – Honorable Mention – Current Event Editorial Essay

    Marcy Morris – Gold Medal – Digital Photography 

    Sabera Begum – Silver Medal – Take A Stand Essay 

      Bronze Medal – Current Events Editorial Essay 

    Janie McCrossen – Honorable Mention – Digital Photography 

    Remon Younan – Silver Medal - Poetry 

    Amanda Amir – Bronze Medal – Online Presentation 

      Honorable Mention - Speakathon 

    Gabriel Porter – Silver Medal – Historical TV Newscast 

    Jaden Joni – Silver Medal – Historical TV Newscast 

    Bryan St. Juste – Silver Medal – Historical TV Newscast 


    MAC Red Champs! Congratulations to the Stevenson Varsity Boys baseball team, they are the 2023 MAC Red Champions! They will be competing in Districts on Friday June 2. 



    Track Regional Winners! - The boys track and field 4x100 meter relay team competed at regionals on 05/19 and placed first. Now they are getting ready to compete at the state finals on June 3rd. The team consisted of Ahmad Hrhor, Alex Delorey, Keion Singletary, and Austin Thompson.


    Membership in the nationwide Tri-M Music Honor Society opens up a world of opportunities for students who have already shown themselves to be academically capable and musically gifted. Through performance and community service, they have developed confidence, creativity, critical thinking, compassion, and a host of other leadership skills sure to serve them well in their next steps.


    The Stevenson High School Chapter of the Tri-M Music Honor Society was established in 2014.


    Congratulations to the following students who fulfilled the membership requirements during the 2022-2023 school year.


    Lina Almaflahi

    Isabella Bernabei

    Brianna Bittner

    Elizabeth Brooks

    Brooke Brown

    Braden Cook

    Lily Demata

    Olivia Dickerson

    Nolan Dutts

    Jimmy Esho

    Kailey Fick

    Martyna Gogolkiewicz

    Lucy Harwood

    Sophia Hathon

    Brenna Jackson

    Megan Judd

    Bianca Kanakry

    Megan Lucas

    Anna Maciejewski

    Isaac Mahome

    Sydney Marsh

    Morgan Mayberry

    Brooke Lynne Mitchell

    Akaash Mondal

    Isabella Nihem

    Ashlynn Pennazoli

    Ellie Rice

    Caelan Riley

    Nathan Schultz

    Ty Senopole

    Morgan Shamon

    Krishna Shastri

    Ashlynn Thibodeaux

    Meredith Tipton

    Abigail Tranchida

    Alexander Vasilievic

    Kristen Wozniak

    Lily Xiong

    Chloe Zaharof


    Congratulations to our winners for May Teacher of the Month, Mrs. McVay and Mrs. Frischman! We are blessed to have such wonderful educators here at Stevenson.


    Important Reminders


    Every student must always wear their ID while on school grounds. A student’s ID card authorizes him/her to be on the school campus. It is crucial that the school staff can identify everyone on campus. The identification of staff and students is a safety issue and will not be compromised. Student IDs may be left in the student’s assigned locker overnight to ensure the student ID is not left at home. Please see page 1 in the UCS student handbook for more information.


    Please be familiar with the UCS dress code. You can find the dress code on page 26 of the student handbook.


    This will be the last Titan Voice of the school year.  Have a great summer, we will see your students at Titan Days.


    With Titan Pride,



    Kenneth L. Cucchi III


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