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Thursday, October 8, 2015

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

Lord, all through this day, let me touch the lives of others for good, whether through the word I speak, the prayer I speak, or the life I live. Amen

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

Daily Digest

ENTREE: CHICKEN DRUMMIES, MASHED POTATO, BROCCOLI; A LA CARTE: TOSSED SALAD, CHICKEN SALAD SANDWICH ON WHOLE WHEAT, JELLO

  • 4:00pm: Boys’ and girls’ cross country invitational @ Fox Hollow Golf Club
  • 4:15pm: Boys’ B soccer vs. Highland Park @ Ft. Snelling
  • 4:15pm: Girls’ JV soccer vs. St. Paul Central @ Ft. Snelling
  • 4:30pm: C volleyball @ Columbia Heights
  • 4:30pm: JV volleyball @ Columbia Heights
  • 5:00pm: Boys’ JV soccer @ Blake
  • 5:00pm: Boys’ C soccer @ Blake
  • 5:30pm: Girls’ swimming & diving meet @ St. Anthony
  • 6:00pm: Varsity volleyball @ Columbia Heights
  • 7:00pm: Boys’ varsity soccer @ Blake
  • 7:00pm: Girls’ varsity soccer vs. St. Paul Central @ DeLaSalle

All college visits take place in the Guidance office, unless otherwise noted. In order to meet with a college rep, you must register for the visit through your Naviance account and notify your teacher at least one day before the visit. You may show your teacher your iPad with the registration on Naviance as your pass. Remember, you are responsible for any work you miss during your visit with the college rep.

Today
8:30-9:30am: University of St. Thomas
-9:30-10:30am: Marquette University
-7:00-8:30pm: University of Notre Dame, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, University of Virginia, Emory University city-wide information night (Blake Middle School)

Tomorrow
-9:00-9:30am: University of Mary

​The deadline to apply for free and reduced lunch benefits is tomorrow. Families must submit a new application each year even if a student qualified for and received free and reduced lunch benefits last year. Please click here to download the application [forma en español]. Contact Ms. Pam Beckman with any questions.

​Seniors and their families may now order graduation accessories from Jostens. Students received an order package during a meeting yesterday with a Jostens representative. Students who did not receive an information packet may pick one up from the Guidance office. Orders may be placed on Tuesday, October 13, when the representative returns and will be available during student lunches. Payment plans are available.

While the order form inside the packet students received included blank spaces to fill in cap and gown information, seniors should instead complete this Google form with their name, height, and weight.

Please visit the Jostens website for more information.

​We are looking for artwork for our DeLaSalle Christmas card this year.  The piece needs to be 5″x7″ or 9″x12″ using any medium and designed with a Holiday theme. Submit your piece by Monday, October 19. Special gift for the chosen piece.  See Ms. Megan if you have any questions.

​WHY IS RESPECT LIFE MONTH IMPORTANT? It is a time to move away from the ways people disrespect life through war, pornography, poverty, abuse of the elderly, neglect of children, and abortion. At DeLaSalle, we focus on daily supplies for babies born to families in need.  Every donation you bring in to Lasallian Ministry or to Albers Atrium, whether big or small, will go to the Northside Total Life Care Center. Give a little … for the babies!

​Lasallian Ministry meets today from 7:30-8:20am in the Robert Casanova Room.  This week will include discussion and activities.  Hope you can make it, all are welcome. Snacks are provided.

​Do you want to find a place where you and your friends can hang out, relax, or just play a few games while time passes you by during your lunch period? Then come to Lasallian Ministry for Game Day today. See you there!

​The Lord of the Rings Book Club meets for our first discussion on Friday, October 23 from 3:10-4:00pm in Room B213 (Ms. Priem’s room).  We will be discussing chapters 1-3 of The Hobbit. We are starting a new year with many new members and everyone is welcome. If you have questions, ask Mrs. Arens, Mr. Newman, Mrs. Priem or Mrs. Wojda.

Are you applying for college? Here are some helpful tips, courtesy of the University of Wisconsin-Madison:

  • Apply online early, don’t wait until the deadline date to apply.
  • Take your time and be thoughtful when writing responses to questions on the application,
  • Responses to the written statement will help inform admission counselors who the applicant is, their interests, and the contributions they can expect in the campus community.
  • Students should provide an email address that is checked regularly when submitting an application.
  • Write down (and put in a safe place) any passwords you create.

We are seeking different traditional cultural garments for a fashion show during Diversity Week. We know some of you tried to complete this survey but were not able to do so. Please click here if you have a garment you would like to share. You must be logged into your Student Islander Apps account in order to access and complete the form.

Registration is now open for winter sports. If you intend on trying out and playing a winter sport, you must register, even if you have already signed up on a sheet in the Florance Center during lunches. You will receive an email message with a link to the registration form. Please follow the necessary steps to register. This is not binding you to play, and there are no fees associated.