Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Let us remember that we are in the holy presence of God.
Lord, thank you for the bounty which we enjoy, however small it may be. Amen
Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us. Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!
Today, we will follow this adjusted class schedule due to the Thanksgiving Liturgy after 1st hour.
- Period 1: 8:30-9:09
- Liturgy: 9:14-10:10
- Period 2: 10:18-10:54
- Period 3: 10:59-11:35
- Period 4: 11:40-12:16
- Period 5: 12:21-12:57
- Period 6: 1:02-1:38
- Period 7: 1:43-2:19
- Period 8: 2:24-3:00
ENTREE: CHICKEN AND WAFFLES, ORANGE WEDGES; A LA CARTE: CHEF CHOICE SALAD, CHEF CHOICE COLD SANDWICH, PUMPKIN PIE
We will gather as a community after 1st period today for our Thanksgiving Prayer Service. We welcome Mr. David Scherer (aka AGAPE)
who will be leading our worship.
There is no school tomorrow, Thursday, or Friday – so enjoy the 5-day weekend. But, remember, after today, there are only 12 days of classes left this semester before finals.
We will have mentor meetings when you come back from Thanksgiving break. The mentor meetings will happen after 1st period on Wednesday.
All girls’ basketball players who did not take the impact test this fall will take it this evening at Northwestern Health Sciences University. A bus leaves DeLaSalle at 5:30pm and will return at approximately 8:30pm. Please plan on bringing something to eat as you will be able to eat prior to testing. You can also bring your homework along and study. See your basketball coach if you have questions.
DeLaSalle students and families may now volunteer at on-campus sporting and school events through the Islander Foundation program. The money raised during these volunteer efforts can help offset tuition and other expenses. Any registered DeLaSalle student between the ages of 13-19 may sign up to volunteer an on-campus Islander Foundation event. There is no required advanced training for these “student volunteers.” Click here
to register for an event or learn more about the Islander Foundation.
Student artists – submit your artwork for a Scholastic Art Award! This national contest includes art in the following categories: comic art, design, digital art, drawing, fashion, film, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture. There is also also a portfolio competition for seniors.
Any student who is interested in having their artwork considered for the regional show should see Ms. Lundstrum in B109 as soon as possible. All entries are due by 3:30pm on Tuesday, December 2. Students chosen to represent DeLaSalle at the regional competition will be notified by Thursday, December 4.