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Friday, November 14, 2014

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

Lord, bless the sophomores on their class retreat today. Amen

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

Daily Digest

ENTREE: HOT DOGS WITH CHILI, CHIPS, CARROT STICKS, FRUIT; A LA CARTE: TUNA SALAD ON WHOLE WHEAT, TOSSED GARDEN SALAD, JELLO
Curtains up tonight on DeLaSalle Theatre’s performance of M*A*S*H, the story of two new captains who shake up the 4077th M*A*S*H (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) by using humor and hijinks to cope with the daily carnage of war. Showtimes are at 7:30pm tonight, tomorrow and the following Friday and Saturday. Admission for DeLaSalle students is free with a current DLS student ID.
Sophomores will gather today for your class retreat. This is a full day event where you have the opportunity to meet with your classmates, build class unity and share.

Please report to 1st hour for attendance, then go to the Florance Center to begin your retreat. Service is the theme so you may come out of uniform. However, you must be in clothes in which you can work and must follow out of uniform guidelines (i.e.no exposed bellies, no skirts, no short shorts, etc.)  ABSOLUTELY NO open toe or open back shoes are allowed. This is a requirement of the service sites. You MUST wear tennis shoes.

Bring a bag lunch; water or juice will be provided. No microwaves available.  Please leave all books, iPads, bags, purses, headphones, cell phones, etc. at home or school.

Around Christmas Time, for the past 22 years, DeLaSalle has spiritually adopted several families through Sponsor a Family Minnesota and the Aliveness Project. These families have benefited greatly from our generous spirit. Last year, our community raised almost $4,000. Several teachers have graciously agreed to be the money collection point for each grade level. Donate money in 9th and 10th grade Theology classes, in 11th grade Social Studies classes, and 12th grade English classes. Money collection continues through Wednesday, Dec. 3. Thank you in advance for your generosity
Would you like to go Christmas shopping for our adoptive families? Sign up in the Lasallian Ministry office or send an e-mail to Ms. Hodapp. We will shop after school on Friday, Dec. 5 from 3:15-5:00pm.
Don’t forget to buy your ticket for tomorrow’s state semifinal football game. You can buy tickets in the Albers Atrium before school, during lunches or after school today. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students. You can also buy a t-shirt for $5.

Fan buses will leave from the front of DeLaSalle tomorrow at 10:30am for those who signed up for one.

Please note, tomorrow’s game has been moved to 12:00pm at Prior Lake High School because of better field conditions there than at Wayzata High School, where the game was originally going to be played.

Islander quarterback Billy Hart ’15 has been named one of three finalists for KARE 11’s High School Football MVP award. Click here to vote for Billy; your vote could help him win the top prize.
Attention senior parents – yearbook parent senior ads are now on sale. All order forms are due by tomorrow. Click here for more information.
All boys’ basketball players who did not take the impact test this fall will be taking it on Tuesday at Northwestern Health Sciences University.  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.  Questions, talk with your basketball coach.
There’s still time to go to Costa Rica over spring break to learn about art and culture. If you are serious about going on the trip, please see Ms. Megan or Mr. Casey before Thanksgiving.
The November meeting of the DeLaSalle Parent Association has been rescheduled for Monday, November 17. Join us in the Robert Casanova Room at 6:30pm as we welcome Mr. Brad Casey, who will speak about the Global Advantage program and opportunities for students to experience international academic travel and exchanges.
Come learn about the college financial aid process from a veteran college admissions representative. This free presentation is Wednesday at 6:30pm in the Robert Casanova Room for students and parents regardless of what college or university you are considering. All are welcome. The speaker will cover financial aid for all colleges including:

  • What is the financial aid process;
  • FAFSA and other forms;
  • What should I/we be doing now;
  • Getting over sticker shock, and,
  • Scholarships