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Thursday, November 20, 2014

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

Lord, fill me with the Holy Spirit for the rest of this day. Amen

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

Daily Digest

ENTREE: GREEK STYLE GYRO PLATE, TZATIZIKI SAUCE TOMATOES, AND CUCUMBERS; A LA CARTE: TABOULI SALAD, TUNA ON WHOLE WHEAT, BANANA PUDDING PARFAIT
All college visits take place in the Guidance office, unless otherwise noted. Please get a pass from your teacher to meet with the college representative.

Tomorrow

  • 11:00am-12:00pm: North Dakota State University
  • 11:45am-12:45pm: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Starting today, you can buy a ticket to tomorrow’s state championship football game between DeLaSalle and Becker.

Tickets will be sold during lunches today in the Florance Center and will be sold tomorrow, starting at 8:00am, in the Albers Atrium. Tickets cost $13 for adults and $9 for students. Buy a state football t-shirt for $5 when you buy your game ticket.

The Robert Casanova Room will be available if you want to store blankets or coats that may not fit into your locker. Starting at 7:45am, you can drop those items off in the Robert Casanova Room. You will receive a number that you can turn in to pick your items up after school. The items will be locked in the room during the day.

School will get out at 2:36pm tomorrow. Fan buses will leave from the front of DeLaSalle after school; the last fan bus will leave at 3:15pm.

There will be NO ST. PAUL OR SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION after school tomorrow. After school Minneapolis bus routes will operate, however pick-up will not happen until 3:15pm.

Join us after the game for a Welcome Home celebration in the Main Gym. Please note: Because of the play “M*A*S*H”, students will not be able to access their locker in the B building after 7:30pm on Friday.

DeLaSalle is making available to students for free 40 student tickets to tomorrow’s Prep Bowl game. If the ticket helps you attend the game, please sign up here before 3:00pm today (Thursday) for a ticket lottery. It is important that, if you submit to the lottery, you are committed to attending the game so an opportunity for another student to attend is not wasted. You must be signed into your Student Islander Apps account in order to access and fill out the form.

The winners will be drawn after school and notified via their Student Islander Apps account.

To support our football team at the state championship, tomorrow will be an Islander Spirit Day, meaning students and staff may dress out-of-uniform on Friday, if they wear black/gold clothing, Islander spirit wear, or Hawaiian-themed wear.
Mark your calendars for Lasallian Ministry this morning. All are welcome to start their day learning a simple Middle Eastern line dance taught by the Hyebar Dancers who performed at Diversity Week. Snacks and beverages are provided. Join us from 7:30-8:20am in the Robert Casanova Room.
Game Day in Lasallian Ministry is today: Come to Lasallian Ministry during your lunch period for cards and board games. Anyone who comes to play will receive a raffle ticket for a special prize.
DeLaSalle Theatre will hold a dancing workshop after school today in the Florance Center to help you prepare for musical auditions coming up in the first week of December. If you’ve never auditioned for a musical and are curious on what it’s all about, this is a perfect chance to try it out. Learn about the dances that will be part of the musical audition.

All students are welcome to participate – no previous musical experience necessary. Please RSVP to Mrs. Buffington if you plan to attend.

DeLaSalle Theatre presents the final two shows of M*A*S*H this weekend. Showtimes are tomorrow and Saturday at 7:30pm in the Florance Center. The play tells 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. Admission for DeLaSalle students is free with a current DLS student ID.
Cyber Dust and Yik Yak have been added to the non-approved school apps list. If this is downloaded on your device, you will receive restrictions and all of your personal apps will be deleted. A reminder that all messaging or photo sharing apps are restricted from your iPad.

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.

The volleyball banquet will be held Sunday at 7:00pm in the Florance Center. The cost is $10 per person. Please RSVP with Coach Tate by Friday. Family members and friends are welcome to join as well. Kids 6 & Under eat free.
Volleyball will raise money by bagging groceries at the Cub Foods in St. Louis Park on Saturday from 10:00am-6:00pm. It will be in two shifts of 4 hours: first shift 10am-2pm, second shift 2-6pm. Please sign up ASAP. We need 25 girls and 8 parents. This will go towards new changes coming next year so please help support the program. Friends and family members are welcome to help. Please email Coach Tate ASAP.
BeYOUtiful meets on Monday from 7:30-8:20am in the Lasallian Ministry office. All are welcome.
We will gather as a community after 1st period on Tuesday for our Thanksgiving Prayer Service.  We welcome Mr. David Scherer (aka AGAPE) who will be leading our worship.
All girls’ basketball players who did not take the impact test this fall will take it on Tuesday 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.