Monday, December 21, 2015
Let us remember that we are in the holy presence of God.
May the peace and love of Jesus, our Emmanuel, be with us this Christmas season. Amen
Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us. Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!
Because many courses are full-year courses, assessments at the end of the first semester may vary. DeLaSalle has assigned academic departments a specific day in which teachers, if they choose, may offer a final exam:
As a reminder, school is in session both days this week.
Finally, we know that the end of the semester can be a stressful time for both students and teachers alike. That’s why we offer this tried-and-true wisdom: don’t forget to get a good night’s rest, eat breakfast each morning (the DeLaSalle Cafe is open each morning before school), and come prepared to do your best.
- Push Notifications are available to students. Each user can subscribe to alerts on their mobile app. This way, students can see banners or the red icon on the app with the number of notifications they have within Canvas. First, allow Canvas to send notifications. This can be set in the iOS settings. Second, open up the Canvas Mobile App. Go to settings by tapping the gear in the top right-hand corner of the app window. From there, switch the toggle for notifications, and then adjust Notification Preferences. Whichever features are green will appear in iOS notifications.
- To change which courses are displayed on the Canvas dashboard, tap the gear in the top of the app window. Add/Remove the checkmarks to change which courses are shown.
- To view grades, students need to press the “A+” icon next to the settings gear in the top right of the app window. If this doesn’t show as an option, close and restart the app.
- The calendar information needs to be reset. Students will need to select the classes to display on their mobile calendar.
Please note that many staff choose to take time off during the break. You may find how to contact an individual staff member through our online Staff Directory.
The definition of restitution is “the restoration of something lost or stolen to its proper owner.”
Rock on 12th grade boys!