Stevenson Support Staff Association
Supporting Adlai E. Stevenson High School and The Community
The Stevenson Support Staff Association is a local educational organization, formally organized and affiliated with the Illinois Education Association and the National Education Association since 1994.
The mission of the Association is "...to promote the welfare of the members of the organization through cooperative and meaningful communication among colleagues, administration, and school board members” We represent all non-faculty employees, which includes Office, Operational, Student, and Technical Support Positions.
Our Executive Board
Matt has served as one of the Technical Directors in the Admin. Ops. Department for 16 amazing years at Stevenson. When he's not running the lights and sound for the many events on campus, you can find him working on his rock climbing skills at the gym or tending to his summer vegetable garden.
Regional Council Rep.
Sandy has been with SHS for 4 years as a SMART Desk Support Specialist in the Information Services department. She has a BS degree in Finance from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign and is currently pursuing a Masters in Computer Information Technology. She and her husband Mike keep busy with their four children Kate, Jack, and twins Caleb and Joshua. Her hobbies are running, pilates, cooking, knitting, and sewing. She also has a competitive spirit and loves beating her family at all kinds of board games.
Evanny, wears many hats at Stevenson High School; from working in the principal's office to helping with security. You can always find her offering her help. Her passion is to help staff and students meet their greatest potential in life and offers her ears to those who want to be heard. She is also an ally to the LGBTQ Communities. Evanny is a native of New York City and grew up in The Bronx. She has lived in Chicago for the last 15 years. If you hear a New York accent or laughter in the halls you probably find that it's Evanny spreading positive energy (she calls it Unicorn Energy) throughout the school.