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Thursday, April 9, 2015

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

Lord, open our eyes as You journey with us on our own “road to Emmaus.” Amen

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

Daily Digest


  • 4:15pm: Varsity softball vs. Washburn @ Bryn Mawr
  • 4:15pm: JV softball vs. Washburn @ Bryn Mawr

Islanders are going back to PINZ! Back by popular demand, Student Council has planned another field trip to PINZ for a fun night of bowling, laser tag, and arcade games. Join your classmates and friends this Friday. Tickets cost $10 and you can buy one during lunches today through Friday. The ticket includes admission, unlimited bowling, one game of laser tag. Students, bring extra money if you want to play any arcade games or buy food.

If you buy a ticket to PINZ, you have to ride a bus to and from DeLaSalle. Students with PINZ tickets should plan to be at De on Friday by 6:00pm for the bus that leaves at 6:15pm. The bus returns at 10:30pm; students should plan to be picked up at that time.

Learn more about PINZ here.

Juniors and seniors – come with a date or your group of friends! Tickets for the April 25 Junior-Senior Prom go on sale today in the Main Office. Tickets cost $60 if you purchase them before April 17 or $70 after April 17. Ticket sales close on April 22 at 4:00pm. Click here for more information.

Lasallian Ministry WILL NOT meet this week. But you are welcome to come to the Lasallian Ministry office during lunch today for Game Day.

Please come out and support your DeLaSalle ONYX Steppers tonight at 7:00pm in the Florance Center as you Enter the ONYX in this Matrix themed performance of the year!! You don’t want to miss it!! Doors open for guests at 6:30pm.

FAME “Fine Arts Music English” submissions are due this Friday. Drop your submission off with Ms. Longman or Ms. Beckman.  Please attach a submission form that will be available outside of Ms. Longman’s and Ms. Lundstrum’s classroom and Ms. Beckman’s office in the LTC.

Remember to check your e-mail, Canvas, and the digital screens often as schedules change frequently with weather.

Students may now register for the next driver’s education class, which will be taught by Ray Kroll ‘60 at DeLaSalle June 1-5, 8-12. Click here to download a registration form. You may return completed registration forms to the Administration Office. Registration forms are accepted until the class is filled. Classroom instruction costs $110 and behind-the-wheel instruction costs $330; students who register for both the class and behind-the-wheel instruction will pay $399.

The Urban Adventure Club will have its first excursion to Zero Gravity Trampoline Park on Thursday, April 16. We will leave DeLaSalle at 3:30 pm and return at 6:00 pm. Each student will have to pay $16 for an hour and half of jumping. If you are 18, you can sign your own waiver. If you are under 18, a parent will have to fill it out for you. Here is the waiver: The waiver MUST be filled out online in order to jump. To help us plan for how many are going, please sign up here.

Ultimate frisbee has been postponed to next week. We will meet outside the Student Activities office at 3:20pm. Come ready to play!

Fishing Club is coming to DeLaSalle. Meet in the Student Activities office during lunches on Thursday if you are interested!

Please be reminded that there is a mandatory meeting on Tuesday from 8:45-10:15am in the Main Gym. Plan to arrange transportation early that day as school buses will not run at their normal time due to the 2-hour late start.

Ms. Hodapp and Mr. Hallman are still looking for students to participate in the summer immersion and service trip to Browning, Montana from July 18-24. Click here to read more about the experience and stop by Campus Ministry for more information.

Every year DeLaSalle is dedicated to utilizing Mixed Blood Theater to bring to life multicultural topics in history.  This year we will gather as a school community on Wednesday between 1st and 2nd period for their professional performance of Hijab Tube.  This is a story of a young Muslim woman who takes her questions about wearing a hijab to YouTube.  This program offers a unique perspective on Islam in 21st Century America.

The Parent Association meets Monday from 6:30-8:00pm in the Robert Casanova Room. Dr. Jef Maynard, who has worked in adolescent and children’s mental health for 12 years, joins us for a conversation about adolescent mental health. His daughter, Sachi, is a sophomore at De. If you have a question you would like Dr. Maynard to discuss, you may email it in advance to Ms. Stacey Carter. Questions can be kept confidential.