Charger Pride Activities
Stay Involved at Stagg!
2020 has challenged our school and community in many ways, but one of the most profound areas that we have seen affected is the ability for people to connect. Our students, staff, and entire District are highly committed to the connections our students experience through Co-Curricular activities, including sports, clubs, and performances and have dedicated themselves to continuing our long traditions of students being active at Stagg High School. Whenever possible, sponsors have created opportunities for students to explore their talents and interests through virtual experiences. They are getting feedback from our students regularly to facilitate the best ways for students to connect with them and each other. We are so excited to continue to grow our activities and offer our Chargers every chance possible to get, and stay, involved at Stagg!
Safe and Productive Practices, Rehearsals and Competitions
To meet District 230 Graduation requirements, students must do at least twenty-five hours of community service throughout their four years here, but many of our students earn far more than that. Students have received an invitation to join the Service Learning Canvas page through their D230 email accounts. Students should take advantage of the hours offered as soon as possible to complete hours and show their Charger Pride!
In addition to students doing Service Learning independently, many of our Co-Curricular Activities take advantage of serving our community in a variety of ways! In early fall, the Childcare Club sponsored a School Supply Drive to ensure that local elementary school students had all of the supplies they need at home for virtual learning. In October, our Sports Medicine Club hosted a Virtual 5K Run/Walk to raise money for causes related to Breast Cancer.
During December and January, our International Club participated in a Holiday Lights Donation drive to donate the lights and prevent waste from going to landfills. Members of Key Club, our service club, took time to make treat bags for all of our staff members to thank them during American Education Week in November. Finally, students earned Service Learning Hours and National Honor Society Service Hours by creating homemade ornaments to decorate the evergreen trees at Palos Community Hospital. Our Chargers’ commitment to contributing to their community is outstanding!
Junior Varsity E-Sports State Champs
Stagg students in the performing arts stayed engaged all fall and demonstrated repeatedly that “the show must go on.” Nearly 200 students found ways to dance, act, sing, create sets, make recordings and more when they participated in our Variety Show, Fall, Play, Orchesis Dance Company, and Drama Club. Our Winter Performance Season is in process now. Be on the lookout for other exciting Charger Shows! Please click on the links below to see the wonderfully inspiring and creative performances from this Fall!
Stagg Fall Play
All Charger families are encouraged to follow @StaggHighSchool on Twitter for frequent updates about all of the great things happening at Stagg!
Please visit our Activities Website for details about the different clubs and activities at Stagg!