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From The Principal
Kenneth L. Cucchi III

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Good afternoon Titan Community,

We finished our second week of Quarter 2. First Quarter Report Cards were distributed electronically at the end of the day on Monday, November 7 to families who have a PowerSchool email address. Second quarter is extremely short so please stay engaged with your students’ progress in PowerSchool. Let’s finish strong over the next 6 weeks or so. Exams are right around the corner.

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, the next Titan Voice will be posted on December 2 and will be the last one for 2022.

IMPORTANT – Please refer to the Counseling Information on page 25 of the Titan Voice for valuable information and updates. This section will be updated frequently. Please continue to review it when the newest edition of the Titan Voice comes out.

Looking for a holiday gift for your child? Consider purchasing a Stevenson Parking Permit. Parking permits are now available for Juniors and Seniors to purchase. Sophomores will be able to purchase tickets on a first come, first served basis in January, 2023. Student parking applications and regulations are also located in the PARENT QUICK LINK, Junior, and Senior Sections on our website:  For more information, please contact Michelle Bartold at

You may see a Fee Balance on your student’s PowerSchool account. At the beginning of the year, each student paid their Class Dues: Sophomores $10.00 each, Juniors $10.00 each and Seniors $25.00 each. This school year, all 9th, and 10th graders also paid $12.00 for their locker lock. All unpaid Class Dues and Locks for 2022-2023 were recently added as Fees in PowerSchool.

Other Fees include Replacement Student Id’s/Lanyards. All students and staff are required to have their School Id with them and visible while on school property. We provide each student their first Student Id and Stevenson lanyard free of charge. Students without their School Id are required to purchase a replacement for $5.00. Replacement Lanyards are also available for $3.00 each.

All Fees can be paid via PaySchools on the Stevenson Home Page:, Select: How Do I, Select: Access PaySchools or click:  Fees may also be paid with cash/check/money order at the Bookstore window during school hours. All fees should be cleared by the end of the school year.

If you have any questions regarding fees, please contact Remi Darroch, Bookkeeper, 586-797-1903,

For the last two weeks, Stevenson HOSA-Future Health Professionals Club students have been participating in the Gift of Life HOSA Challenge. Over the state of Michigan, HOSA students signed up 1,027 new people to the Michigan Organ Donor Registry (a new record!) and completed hundreds of activities to educate their communities about organ and tissue donation. Students finished the campaign with a Trivia Contest last Friday Night. Next up for HOSA: Versiti Blood Drive on November 9th.

Congratulations to Mr. Sekich and Mr. Stoker who received the most votes and were crowned "Teacher of the Month" for October. They received a certificate and a trophy (which they will pass onto the winners next month). 

ATTENTION – The school day ends at 2:09 p.m. Students must exit the building by 2:30 p.m. Any student who is staying after school must be under the supervision of a staff member, coach, or teacher. If practice is not immediately after school, students are expected to go home and return at their practice time. Also note that students are not allowed in the gyms at any time unless a coach or teacher is present.

 With Titan Pride,

Kenneth L. Cucchi III

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UCS Covid Protocols & Student/ Parent Support
Covid protocols can be found at this: link

Technology Support
UCS Helpdesk support for Students and Parents:
Telephone: 586-797-1055 from 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

2023 Yearbook Pricing Form, Click here

UCS Parent and Student Handbook 2022-2023, Click here
Student Calendar 2022-2023, Click here
Stevenson Clubs 2022-2023, Click here

Scholarship Newsletter, Click here

Senior Cap and Gown Order 2023, Click here
Senior Flyer 2023, Click here
Senior Message 2023, Click here
Senior Ad Block Size Form, Click here
Senior Portrait Info 2023, Click here
Prestige Brochure 2023, Click here
Jones Photography Info 2023, Click here
Class of 2023 Diploma Card:

ATHLETIC- MHSAA Physical Form, Click here

School to Work Informational Flyer 2022-2023, Click here
School to Work Form 2022-2023, Click here

Senior Parking Permit Application and Regulations, Click here
Junior Parking Permit Application and Regulations, Click here
2022-2023 Parking Permit Rules,  Click here

Work Permit for minors 16 and 17 years of age, Click here
Work Permit for minors UNDER 16 years of age, Click here

Student Meal Application Information, Click here 
EBB Program, Click here
Healthcare Plan, Click here 
SNP- Special Dietary Accommodation Form, Click here

The Titan Voice

Our Vision
Stevenson High School will encourage and empower all students to acquire the necessary skills to be successful, contributing members of a diverse community and global society.

Our Mission

Our mission is to create a positive and challenging learning environment that encourages all students to achieve their greatest potential as responsible, productive members of a diverse society.

UCS Vision

Utica Community Schools, in partnership with our community, will empower students to positively transform their future and the world.

UCS Mission

Utica Community Schools ignites a passion for learning in all students. We strengthen our community by welcoming all learners, honoring culture, and inspiring remarkable growth and achievement. We accomplish this by:

• Ensuring students are at the heart of all decisions

• Collaborating with all stakeholders

• Providing a safe and supportive environment

• Encouraging mindsets that are open to innovation

• Reimagining what school can be

• Promoting high expectations throughout Utica Community Schools

• Committing to multiple pathways toward excellence and achievement for all