Annual Report 2020–21

2021-22 Report Forthcoming

Building a Winning Robotics Program at Stevenson, with the Help of Alumni Support

Building a Winning Robotics Program at Stevenson, with the Help of Alumni Support

This year, Stevenson Robotics students participated in their first ever Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center ROV (remote-operated vehicle) competition. Students designed and constructed an ROV, submitted technical documentation about their project, delivered engineering presentations to STEM professionals who serve as judges, created poster displays that explain their ROV design, and described the real-world problem the ROV is supposed to solve.

Teaching Teachers Technique: Lower School Faculty Participate in Orton-Gillingham, Structured Literacy Workshop

Teaching Teachers Technique: Lower School Faculty Participate in Orton-Gillingham, Structured Literacy Workshop

In August, all lower division faculty participated in a workshop focused on the Orton-Gillingham method: an approach to teaching literacy based on a comprehensive body of research that has revealed how we learn to read. The workshop, created by the Institute for Multi-sensory Education (IMSE), was directed by Amy Gulley, a dyslexia specialist.

Establishing the Eric Wickersham ’02 Fund: Supporting Teachers to Support Young Pirates

Tales of a Trailblazer: Dr. Michael L. Jackson ’68 Lights the Way for a Diverse Student Body at Stevenson

When discussing Stevenson with alumni, it’s common to hear stories of how the School has shaped their lives—as both thinkers and doers. It’s less common, however, to hear stories about how one Pirate affected the trajectory of the School. But the lasting impact of one such alumnus, Dr. Michael L. Jackson ’68, is indelible.

The Fernandez Family

The Fernandez Family

Though Romina Riviello and Augusto Fernandez make their home in Mexico City--more than 2000 miles away from Pebble Beach--their positive influence on Stevenson School over the past several years has been unsurpassed. As highly engaged parents to Romi ‘22 (the School’s current student body president), tireless admissions ambassadors, and generous members of the President’s Circle of the Silverado Society, they have established themselves as an integral part of Pirate Nation.

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2020–21 SCHOOL YEAR

What did our donors make possible?

$53k

to purchase iPads, classroom cameras, and software subscriptions to allow PK–12 students to successfully learn from home through March 2021

$431k

to rent tents, buy PPE, upgrade wifi, improve ventilation, COVID testing, and other requirements to support PK–12 students’ safe return to campus

$240k

in Emergency Grants were given to faculty and current families who were financially impacted by the pandemic

$2m

to build two new faculty homes

$1.9m

to the Annual Fund in support of the operating budget

33

Endowed Scholarships

6

Donor-Funded Annual Scholarships