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Thursday, September 18, 2014

Let us remember that we are in the holy presence of God.

Lord, just as you heal my wounds, let me in turn heal the wounds of others. Amen

Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us. Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!

Daily Digest

ENTREE: CHICKEN NUGGETS, MASHED POTATOES, GRAVY, SEASONED PEAS, AND FRUIT; A LA CARTE: WILD RICE CHICKEN SALAD, TUNA ON WHOLE WHEAT, RICE KRISPIE BAR

  • 4:00pm: Girls’ JV tennis @ Brooklyn Center
  • 4:00pm: Girls’ varsity tennis @ Brooklyn Center
  • 4:15pm: Boys’ JV soccer vs. Brooklyn Center @ Ft. Snelling
  • 4:15pm: Girls’ JV soccer vs. Visitation @ Kensington Park
  • 4:15pm: C volleyball vs. Brooklyn Center @ DeLaSalle
  • 4:15pm: 9 gold volleyball vs. Cretin-Derham Hall @ DeLaSalle
  • 4:30pm: C football @ Simley
  • 4:30pm: Girls’ varsity soccer @ Visitation
  • 5:30pm: Girls’ swimming and diving meet @ St. Catherine’s College
  • 5:30pm: JV volleyball vs. Brooklyn Center @ DeLaSalle
  • 7:00pm: Varsity volleyball vs. Brooklyn Center @ DeLaSalle
  • 7:00pm: Boys’ varsity soccer vs. Brooklyn Center @ DeLaSalle

At this time, students are not permitted to update their devices to iOS8 until our technology team can assess the compatibility with our educational Apps and system requirements. We will announce the appropriate time for students to download this update. Students who update their software prior to school approval will face school consequences including full restrictions placed on their device for the remainder of this semester. See Ms. Weeks with any questions.
Students, please follow these steps to make sure auto update is turned off:

  • Settings
  • iTunes & App Store
  • Turn off all automatic downloads

Lasallian Ministry meets today from 7:30-8:20am in the Robert Casanova Room. All are welcome.
All 9th grade students should check their Student Islander Apps email account for a message regarding the Lasallian Ministry interest survey. Students will take the survey when Lasallian Ministry visits classes today.
The GREEN (Give Real Effort for the Environment and Nature) Team wants you!
1. Do you think polar bears, loons, and mallard ducks are good things to have?
2. Do you like the idea of clean drinking water?
3. Is recycling something you think everyone should automatically do?
4.Do you have curiousity about solar power, water bottles, native plants, passing on a planet for the next generation?
5. Do you need some service hours while you save the planet?
If you answered YES to any of these questions come to the GREEN team meeting to find out more. Our first meeting of the year is Tuesday from 3:00-4:00pm in Ms. W-F’s room, B311.
Consider volunteer serving the afternoon meal at Sharing & Caring Hands after school on Wednesday. If you are interested, please email Ms. Barry by Monday.
Marquise Dixon from Urban Ventures will in the Guidance office during lunch periods tomorrow to share information about the ACT SIX Scholarship application, answer questions and help you get started. ACT SIX is looking for 25 of the Twin Cities’ emerging urban and community leaders. They will provide 25 FULL-TUITION, FULL-NEED scholarships to Bethel University, Augsburg College, and University of Northwestern-Saint Paul. Students attending may bring their lunch to the Guidance office.
Students interested in applying for the Horatio Alger Scholarship should attend part 1 of a workshop presentation during lunch periods on Monday in the Robert Casanova Room. Please bring your iPad, if possible. Part 2 will be Tuesday at 8:30am with Vernon Rowland, a DeLaSalle alumnus and past scholarship recipient. Students interested in attending Part 1 of the presentation should come to the Guidance office before school on Monday to get a pass to move to the front of the lunch line so they can make it on time. Students are welcome to bring their lunch.

The Horatio Alger Association awards over 100 $20,000 scholarships to students who meet certain qualifications, such as being a high school senior who will graduate in spring 2015 with plans to go to college in the fall, shows a strong commitment to pursue and complete a bachelor’s degree at an accredited non-profit public or private institution in the United States, demonstrates critical financial need ($55,000 or lower adjusted gross family income is required), is involved in co-curricular and community service activities, displays integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity, and maintains a minimum GPA of 2.0.

Washington University has an admissions event this Sunday from 4:00-5:00pm at the Minneapolis Airport Marriott (2020 American Blvd. East, Bloomington, MN). Come learn about Washington University, its academic programs, life on campus, and how to apply for admission and financial assistance. No reservation needed. For more information call: 1-800-638-0700 or visit online.
MIT will host a city-wide admissions event for prospective students Tuesday at 7:30pm at the Eisenhower Community Center Theater in Hopkins. If you are interested in MIT, or other highly selective schools, especially those that have a strong emphasis on science and math, this presentation will help you understand what it takes to be competitive in the admission process.
For the month of September, yearbooks will be $40. You can order with credit card online or pick up and return an order form in the Main Office. Starting October 1st yearbooks will be $46 until December 31st. Questions please contact Ms Beckman at 612.676.7678.