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Thursday, May 14, 2015 – Feast of the Ascension

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

As we remember Jesus’ Ascension into heaven, we pray that we live a full earthly life so we can one day enjoy in God’s eternal glory. Amen

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

Daily Digest


  • 3:20pm: Girls’ varsity golf vs. Academy of Holy Angels @ Highland National Golf Course
  • 4:00pm: Varsity softball sections vs. Washington Technology Magnet @ Bryn Mawr
  • 4:15pm: Girls’ JV lacrosse vs. Academy of Holy Angels @ Minnehaha Academy North Campus
  • 4:15pm: JV softball vs. Washburn @ Bryn Mawr
  • 4:30pm: JV baseball @ Irondale
  • 5:30pm Girls’ varsity lacrosse vs. Academy of Holy Angels @ Minnehaha Academy North Campus

Seniors will take finals today in periods 1-4 and tomorrow in periods 5-8. Seniors are reminded that they must attend classes in periods 5-8 today.

School Locker Cleanout

There will be 10 minutes during the end of your 7th hour class today to clean out your locker. Please see a faculty or staff member to make sure that you have confirmed your locker cleanout.

Sports Locker Cleanout

if you are not in a spring sport and you have not cleaned out your locker in the boys/girls locker room, please do so by Thursday!  All items will be removed and donated at the end of the school year.

iPad Return

All seniors are required to go through the end of the year iPad checkout process in the LL Gray Gym on Friday, May 15 between 3:00-4:30pm, even if they are purchasing their iPads. Students may turn in their iPad early to the LTC Help Desk during lunch on Friday, May 15 if they no longer need it for testing during periods after lunch. Students must allow at least 15 minutes for the iPad return process. Seniors, you must sign out of your iCloud account before handing in your device on Friday, May 15. If you do not remember your iCloud password, please click here to reset it.

Students Purchasing Their Device
Students who are purchasing their device must bring their device to the checkout process and go through the required steps. Until this happens, their device will not be taken out of the Mobile Device Management and still be under DeLaSalle’s control.

Students Not Purchasing Their Device
Students who are not purchasing their device must turn in their school issued iPad with the school issued iPad case, power adapter, and power/sync cable. The iPad Return Checklist must be completed, signed by a parent/guardian, and turned in with the iPad on Friday, May 15. It is important to note that you will be charged the deductible/repair cost for broken devices as well as replacement cost for any missing items. Families that chose the Deposit Protection Plan will be charged for all damages to the iPad and accessories not covered under warranty

Activity Letters and Awards

Seniors can pick up any activity letters and awards at the iPad collection tomorrow afternoon or after the graduation rehearsal on Wednesday morning.

Baccalaureate Mass May 20

Seniors – on Wednesday, May 20 (the evening before graduation), we will gather in the Main Gym for our Baccalaureate Mass, Senior Awards and Reception. You are asked to arrive and line up in the Robert Casanova Room by 6:15pm.

Thank you to all of the nominees for the 2015-16 Student Council! You all ran a close race, receiving a lot of student votes and support, here are the results:

  • Student Body President and Vice President: Nicholas Jenkins (P) and Sameera Taylor (VP)
  • Executive Board Secretary: Samantha Chaney
  • Executive Board Treasurer: James (J.T.) Baker
  • Executive Board Public Relations Officer: Asante (Sani) Samuels

Students who were on the ballot, but did not win this election, please see Ms. Weeks if you are interested in running for Class Representative. Any other student wishing to run in this election may still pick up a ballot in the Main Office and return to Ms. Weeks by 3pm this Friday. Class Representative elections will be held next Tuesday, May 19. Thank you all for your interest and participation with Student Council Elections.

DeLaSalle will sell 40 temporary student parking permits on Tuesday, May 19. Permits cost $10 and are valid Wednesday, May 20 through the end of the school year. Permits are available to the first 40 students and will be sold in the Main Office during student lunches and after school on Tuesday. There are no pre-sales, reservations, refunds or exchanges. Remember, all vehicles must have a valid DeLaSalle parking permit in order to be parked in the parking lot. Vehicles without a valid permit may be ticketed, booted or towed.

DeLaSalle students – come and enjoy the final event for the school year, the Farewell Bonfire, this Friday from 7:30 to 10:00pm! We will have music for your entertainment and light food for purchase. So come and hang out with friends at the end of the year event! This event is only for DeLaSalle students. No guests will be permitted to attend. Students will NOT have access to their lockers or other areas of the school during or after the Bonfire. Student may bring belongings to the LL Gray Gym. See Ms. Weeks with questions.

Yearbooks will be distributed at the Farewell Bonfire. If you ordered a yearbook, you can pick it up at the Bonfire but no earlier. If you have yet to order a yearbook, you are in luck as some yearbooks are still available. Please see Ms Beckman in the LTC for an order form.

Current students wishing to purchase their iPad device need to do so by this Friday, May 15th!  Devices that are not purchased by Friday will be sold by DeLaSalle using a lottery system.  So if you are planning to purchase YOUR device, do so by this Friday,May 15th! Click here to find the iPad Purchase Form. You may return completed forms to the Main Office. Charges will be incurred for any damage to the device or charger.

​Thanks to all who have taken part in the tutoring – either as a tutor or someone who is being tutored. Tutoring for all subjects ends today. Students, please prepare ahead of time.

AP testing has concluded. However, any student who was ill or missed any AP exam due to other circumstances and wishes to take an AP exam during the late testing period should check in with Ms. Carter ASAP in order to confirm that a test can and will be ordered for you.  Please check in with Ms. Carter even if you have already spoken to her to confirm that the correct tests are being ordered.

The June driver’s education class is full. Those who sign up now will be placed on a waitlist.

The goal of the Giving Tree is to increase the greater good in the DeLaSalle and broader community through service. By volunteering at local service agencies or designing an original service project, students will learn the value of helping others, and as a result of that work, will be able to “pay it forward” by providing financial assistance to an anonymous DeLaSalle student in need.

WE Day 2015 will be Tuesday, November 3 and is a day full of speakers, performances, games, and networking all to celebrate community service. Thousands of high schools gather at the excel center for this event. Last years performers at WE Day Minnesota included the Jonas Brothers, Carly Rae Jepsen, and Fifth Harmony from America’s Got Talent. Some of the speakers included Martin Luther King III, Her Majesty Queen Noor of Jordan, Debby Ryan, Molly Burke, and Spencer West.

If you are interested in becoming a Giving Tree scholar and getting a ticket to this day away from school to celebrate service next school year contact Mr. C.J. Hallman by Monday, June 1. Limited tickets available.

Come wet a line with the DeLaSalle Fishing Club. We’ll meet in front of school Saturday at 9am and fish off the Island river banks. Bring your own fishing gear. If you are 16 or older, you need to buy a fishing license; licenses are sold at most gas stations. There will be prizes for biggest fish and most fish caught. All are welcome to join us. Email senior Francis Samuel with questions:

Would you please put in the Source that we will be going for the last time this year to Sharing and Caring Hands Wednesday May 20th.  Interested students should send Miss Barry an email.

Do you really like history? The Minnesota Historical Society wants to find students for its July 13-25 Summer History Immersion Program (SHIP) at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities campus. SHIP helps students build research skills using Minnesota Historical Society and U of M resources. In addition, students receive $500 for completing the program.  Applications are due by June 1. Click here for more information. Click here to apply.