Cut/No-Cut Sport? No-cut sport
Home Match Location: Fairhaven Lanes in Mundelein
Head Coaches: Megan Sugrue (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Deanna Warkins (email@example.com)
Transportation: Will be provided to and from Stevenson High School to practice and competition.
Anticipated start date: September 2021
Note: Allied Bowling will not count towards a Physical Education waiver.
- Tuesday, Sept. 14: Practice at Fairhaven Lanes
- Wednesday, Sept. 15: Practice at Fairhaven Lanes
- Tuesday, Sept. 21: Pictures at Stevenson
- Wednesday, Sept. 22: Competition at Lakes Bowl
- Tuesday, Sept. 28: Practice at Fairhaven Lanes
- Wednesday, Sept. 29: Competition at Lakes Bowl
- Tuesday, Oct. 5: Competition at Lakes Bowl
- Wednesday, Oct. 6: Practice at Fairhaven Lanes
- Saturday, Oct. 9: Season Tournament at Fairhaven Lanes
- Wednesday, Oct. 13: Bowling With the Stars at Fairhaven Lanes
Stevenson’s Allied Sports Program Philosophy
A co-ed interscholastic program that provides opportunities for students with disabilities who would not otherwise be able to participate in our athletic programs.
- Problem solving
- Decision making
- Physical fitness
- Relationship building
- Social skills
- Social/emotional skills within a competitive environment
- Allied Student-Athlete: A student who cannot participate in the District 125 existing co-curricular athletic programs, even with reasonable modifications or aids and services.
- Allied Student Partner: A student who meets the criteria for District 125 athletic participation.
- Restriction or Participation: Student-athletes participating in the same sport (bowling) in the winter season will be prohibited from competing as an Allied student-athlete. Appropriate participation for such a student-athlete may take place as a student partner.