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Wednesday, March 11, 2015

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

Lord, thank you for the opportunity to compete and bring out the best in each other. Let competition make me strong but never hostile. Amen

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

Daily Digest

There are no classes today as the school community cheers on the varsity boys’ basketball team in the state basketball quarterfinal at 10:00am at Williams Arena.

Game day is here as the Islanders host the Albany Huskies in the state boys’ basketball quarterfinal at 10:00am at Williams Arena. Because of the game, classes are canceled today. 

Going to the game? The student section is doing a gold out – that means all gold everything. Join in the fun! If the Islanders win today, you can wear Islander spirit wear tomorrow instead of your school uniform. The student section tomorrow will have a costume theme.

Morning transportation routes will operate normally today for those students who plan to ride to school to catch a fan bus. Afternoon transportation routes will leave DeLaSalle at 1:00pm. Fan buses to today’s game will leave from the front of DeLaSalle starting at 9:00am. And you can buy breakfast in the DeLaSalle Cafe through 9:00am.

You can find more information about the state tournament on our March Madness webpage.

Some regularly scheduled school activities have been canceled this week because of the boys’ basketball state tournament. Art Club will not meet today. And Science tutoring has been canceled this week.

Congratulations to Sacar Anim ‘15 and Jarvis Johnson ‘15, who were named Mr. Basketball finalists over the weekend. These Islanders make up two of the five finalists. The winner will be announced after the boys’ basketball state tournament. The Mr. Basketball Award recognizes the best boys’ basketball player in the state and is typically awarded to a senior.

The varsity girls’ basketball team play tomorrow night for the chance to go to the start tournament. DeLaSalle faces Park Center in the section championship tomorrow at 6:00pm at Anoka High School. Students, sign up here to ride a fan bus to the game. The bus leaves from the front of DeLaSalle at 4:45pm.

All Advanced Placement students are reminded to register and pay for AP exams before next Monday (March 16). If you are in an AP class, you should have received a link to a Google form, which you need to fill out to register for all of your AP tests. Thank you to those who have already done this!

Each exam costs $33. if students qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch, then each test is free but students must still complete the registration form. If you pay by cash, please place in an envelope clearly marked with the student’s first and last name, the names of the tests, and the amount included in the envelope. Please pay the exact amount; change is not available. If you pay by check, please pay for all tests with one check, which can be made payable to DLS AP Program. Remember to include the student’s name in the check memo. Please pay Ms. Carter directly in person in B104.

A limited number of scholarships are available for students who have a financial barrier paying $33 per test but do not qualify for Free or Reduced Lunch. These students should see Ms. Carter ASAP.

Please contact Ms. Carter with any questions about registration or payment.

If you participated in a winter sport and your season is over, please clean out your locker in the locker room as soon as possible.  See the Student Activities office with questions.  Thank you.

The Art department is excited to announce DeLaSalle’s 2015 Senior Art Show. Any senior who has taken two or more art classes is eligible to submit one example of their best art work. The collection will be on display at Sebastian Joe’s from May 2nd through May 16th. If you’d like more information, please see Ms. Lundstrum. Forms may be picked up from the folder on the door of B109. Permission/entry forms are due Friday, March 27th.