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Thursday, November 12, 2015 – Late Start

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

God, we give thanks with hearts of gratitude for benefactors whose generosity makes our DeLaSalle education possible. Amen

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

Daily Digest

We will follow this adjusted class schedule because of the late start.

  • 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

ENTREE: TACO SALAD; A LA CARTE: SPINACH BACON SALAD; ROAST BEEF AND SWISS ON KAISER; JELLO

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
-12:15-12:45pm: Viterbo College

​Today we had a 2-hour late start because of professional development. One additional late start is scheduled this semester – on Monday, November 30.

​Dress up your uniform with GREEN accessories today to draw awareness to Give to the Max Day! This annual statewide giving day raises over $40,000 for DeLaSalle student scholarships. Students seen around town wearing GREEN on GTMD may be selected by GiveMN crew to win prizes! Acceptable GREEN accessories include: socks, tie, suspenders, belt, headband, scarf, jewelry, tights. No hats or sweatshirts. #Give2DeMax

​Come see your classmates as DeLaSalle Theatre stages its production of “The Once and Future King.” Showtimes are at 7:30pm tomorrow and Saturday and again next Friday and Saturday. The show is free for De students with a current student ID. Click here for more information.

​Student Council held internal elections recently and here are the results:

  • Seniors-
    President: Patrick Duffy
    VP: AJ McCullough-Patterson
  • Juniors-
    President: Miller Balley
    VP: Nathan Brand
  • Sophomores-
    President: Mara Halloran
    VP: Julia Eubanks
  • Freshman-
    President: Owen Cody
    VP: Dejah Smith

Sophomores, you will gather tomorrow for your class retreat. This is a full day event where you have the opportunity to meet with your classmates, build class unity and share. Here are some details regarding your retreat:

  • Attendance is mandatory. If you miss a retreat day, you are required to make up the retreat through the guidance of the Lasallian Ministry department.
  • Service is the theme so you may come out of uniform, however, you must be in clothes in which you can work and must follow out of uniform guidelines. (no exposed bellies, no skirts, no short shorts, etc.)
  • ABSOLUTELY NO open toe or open back shoes or boots are allowed. This is a requirement of the service sites. You MUST wear tennis shoes.
  • ABSOLUTELY NO jewelry may be worn
  • Bring a bag lunch, water or juice will be provided. No microwaves available.
  • Please leave all books, iPads, bags, purses, headphones, cell phones, etc. at home or school. These items are not allowed on retreat.
  • The retreat will run during the school day only. You will check in to first hour for attendance and announcements and will move to the Florance Center for the start of the day
  • Please come with an open and positive attitude and you will have fun.
  • See Ms. Hodapp in Lasallian Ministry with any questions or concerns.

​Speech will hold auditions TOMORROW for those who were not able to attend one of the first two days. Please email Coach Schumacher if you would like to audition.

​Speech will have its first MANDATORY team meeting on Tuesday at 3:30pm in Ms. Wagner’s room. Please wait QUIETLY  in the hall until 3:30.

​For the past 23 years around Christmas, DeLaSalle has spiritually adopted several families through Sponsor a Family Minnesota and the Aliveness Project.  These families have benefited greatly from our generous spirit. Last year students and staff raised around $4,000.  Several teachers have graciously agreed to be the money collection point for each grade level.  Donate money in 9th and 10th grade Theology Classes or in 11th and 12th grade English Classes.  Money collection is daily and continues through December 2. Thank you in advance for your generosity.

​Anyone who would like to go Christmas shopping for our adoptive families, please sign up in the Lasallian Ministry office or send an e-mail to Ms. Hodapp.  We will shop after school on Friday, December 4 from 3:15-5:00pm. Christian Service hours WILL NOT be awarded for this event.

​Next Wednesday (November 18), Lasallian Ministry will kick off the first in a series of lunchtime discussions about current topics important to teens.  #LMLunchtalks will provide an opportunity, for all students who wish to participate, to engage in healthy dialogue and learning. Our first topic is teens and social media.  Mark your calendar and plan to bring your lunch to the Casanova room.

​Some students were reassigned to different advisers in the college counseling office while Mrs. McAdams was out for health reasons. Mrs. McAdams is now back to work full time. Those students who were reassigned may report to Mrs. McAdams again. Click here to see who your adviser is based on what grade you are in and what kind of advising you need.

​You can now enter your art in this year’s Scholastic Art awards! Artwork will be judged in three categories: originality, technical skill, and emergence of a personal vision or voice. Artwork may be submitted in the following categories: comic art, design, digital art, drawing, fashion, film, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture ($5 entry fee per piece). There is a portfolio competition for seniors! ($20 entry fee) Any student who is interested in having their artwork considered for the regional show should see Ms. Lundstrum in the LTC as soon as possible. Entries are due December 11.

​St. Jerome’s in Maplewood will host the Vatican international exhibition of the Eucharistic Miracles of the World Nov. 13-16 from 8am-8pm. The exhibit is free and open to the public. This photographic exhibit includes 126 historically documented Eucharistic miracles that have occurred in various countries since the Last Supper.  These are visible proof of Jesus Christ’s Real Presence in the Holy Eucharist.  There will be 40 hours of Eucharistic Adoration during the exhibit.  All are welcome including members of other faiths.  For more information contact Cathy at 651-353-7190 or sjmiracles@gmail.com