Tuesday, January 13, 2015 – Late Start
Let us remember that we are in the holy presence of God.
Lord, help me do good today, even though it may be forgotten tomorrow. Amen
Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us. Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!
- Period 1: 10:30-11:02
- Period 2: 11:07-11:36
- Period 3: 11:41-12:10
- Period 4: 12:15-12:44
- Period 5: 12:49-1:18
- Period 6: 1:23-1:52
- Period 7: 1:57-2:26
- Period 8: 2:31-3:00
- 4:15pm: Boys’ C basketball vs. Eden Prairie @ DeLaSalle
- 4:30pm: Boys’ 9 gold basketball @ Eden Prairie
- 5:00pm: Boys’ JV hockey @ SPA – Drake Arena
- 5:30pm: Boys’ JV basketball vs. Eden Prairie @ DeLaSalle
- 7:00pm: Girls’ varsity basketball @ Brooklyn Center
- 7:00pm: Boys’ varsity basketball vs. Eden Prairie @ DeLaSalle
- 7:00pm: Boys’ varsity hockey @ SPA – Drake Arena
DeLaSalle is looking at adding boys’ and girls’ lacrosse for the spring sports season. On the girls’ side, we have an opportunity to co op with Minnehaha Academy which currently has an existing program. On the boys’ side, we would create a brand new co-op program with Minnehaha Academy, St. Croix Lutheran, St. Agnes, St. Paul Academy and possibly one more school.
Students who want to participate in lacrosse must pay a non-refundable $100 registration fee no later than this Thursday. Checks can be made payable to DeLaSalle High School and returned to the Student Activities office. You can also turn the checks in at the informational meeting. We strongly encourage you to attend the meeting if you are interested in playing.
The prayer service will feature Ms. Dorothy Bridges, a senior vice president at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Ms. Bridges, who is known for her community work both in Minneapolis and Washington, D.C., will share her story of growing up in the segregated South. Her cousin, Ruby Bridges, is known nationally for being the first African American child to attend an all-white public elementary school in the American South
The Washington Business Journal in 2009 named Ms. Bridges one of its Ten People to Watch because of her work as an advocate for the poorest neighborhoods. The American Banker placed her in their 25 Women to Watch.