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Monday April 11, 2016

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

May my thoughts, my words and actions reflect the Spirit that dwells within me. Amen

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

Daily Digest

ENTREE: CHEESE QUESADILLAS, BEANS, CORN; A LA CARTE: GREEK VEGETABLE WRAP; TOSSED SALAD; PUDDING PARFAIT

  • 3:30pm: Girls’ varsity golf vs. Southwest @ Minkahda Country Club
  • 3:30pm: Boys’ varsity golf vs. Southwest @ Minkahda Country Club

 

​We sincerely care about student safety, so any physical games involving the use of fake firearms/water guns/fake weapons/balloons/nerf toys, etc., are NOT permitted on campus or on the surrounding island. Students found with these items or engaging in these types or similar games may face school consequences. See Ms. Weeks with any questions.

​The DeLaSalle Cafe is going meatless again today as part of our Meatless Monday initiative. The GREEN Team estimates that our first Meatless Monday last week allowed us to reduce our carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 5,400 lbs this past week.  A pound of CO2 condensed to solid form would be about the size of an average ice cube and 5,400 ice cubes could nearly fill two classrooms from floor to ceiling.  That is a significant reduction in CO2!  Today’s meatless entree is cheese quesadillas with beans and corn. Other meatless options offered today include a Greek vegetable wrap and tossed salad.

​Here is the latest episode of the Weekly De.

AP Students: ALL students taking AP tests must attend the REQUIRED Pre-Administration session.during your lunch period TOMORROW in the LL Grey Gym. Bring your lunch and a #2 pencil.

Students interested in sharing their thoughts for possible revisions on some policies within the Student Parent Handbook, please send Ms. Weeks an email. The meeting will be held sometime in the upcoming couple weeks. ​

Anyone who missed the first Starry Night Prom Meeting should e-mail Ms. Hodapp by Wednesday to be considered for participation.

Seniors, you will go on your final class retreat on Wednesday. The theme for the day is Wisdom and Letting Go. You should leave all bags, books, cell phones, iPads, and other items at home or locked in your school locker. Pack a bag lunch. A beverage will be provided. This is a mandatory retreat. Come with a fresh and open attitude. You MUST be in uniform. We look forward to this opportunity to spend some time with you.

At the Activities Pepfest you received a sneak peak of the Onyx Step Team’s routine! Well, the time has come for you to see the full project! The DeLaSalle Onyx Step Team Presents: School Daze – The Recess! We are taking it back to the good ‘ole elementary school times of naps, games and RECESS! Be there on #TBT – Thursday, April 14th, 2016 at 7pm in the Florance Center. You won’t want to miss this!

Can’t make the show? No worries! The Onyx Step Team will be competing again, for the first time in four years, in the Soul Steppin’ Scholars Stomp Down at South High School on Saturday, April 23, 2016 at 3:00pm! Tickets can be purchased for $10.00 at the door OR, if you would like your tickets in advance, we have some for sale in the Lasallian Ministry Office – first come first serve! We need all the support we can get! This competition will be tough!

If you have any questions, please connect with Ms. Luckett or Ms. Briars.

DeLaSalle Theatre Presents “An Evening with Noël Coward” in the Florance Center this weekend and next. Showtimes are at 7:30pm both Friday and Saturday night. Tickets are $10 for reserved seats, $7 for general admission, $5 for students and seniors, and free for De students with ID. E-mail James Buffington for reserved seats. mailto:james.buffington@delasalle.com.

The production features these shows:

  • Blithe Spirit
    Charles invites the eccentric medium, Madam Arcati, into his English country home, intending to expose the Madam as a fraud.  In the course of the seance, Madam Arcati mistakenly summons Charles’ first wife, Elvira, back from the beyond, things get thoroughly out of hand.
  • Hay Fever
    The Bliss family, a group of eccentrics, each invite a guest for the weekend in their English country home, without telling each other of the impending arrivals. The guests are subjected to the wacky behavior and family infighting that only the Bliss family can provide.

The Lasallian Ministry office is still looking for students to participate in this summer opportunity. Please complete this form if you are interested and see Mr. CJ Hallman if you need more information.

The Lasallian Ministry office is still seeking students to participate in this summer opportunity. Please complete this form if you are interested and see Ms. Hodapp if you need more information.

Registration is now open for the first annual Founder’s Day 5k on Saturday, April 30 at 8:30am. Students in all grades can register here for $10. Registration includes an event t-shirt and the chance to Beat Principal Benson! Any student who can beat Mr. Benson’s 5k time will get free ice cream immediately following the race. Students may also volunteer for this event for work study or Christian Service hours. To volunteer, please contact Ms. Luckett.

The event will close by noon, with plenty of time to prep for Prom!

Parents, we need you for the All-Night Graduation Party, which happens following graduation on Thursday, May 19. Graduates will be bused from DeLaSalle parking lot to a fun, safe, substance-free ALL-NIGHT GRADUATION PARTY at the Maplewood Community Center. We need volunteers and donations to insure a great night for our Fabulous Graduates! Please contact parents Julie Thompson or Laurie Lindeen with questions.

VOLUNTEER: We are looking for both Senior and Underclassman Parents but especially Junior Parents so they can learn the ropes for next year! We have many opportunities for you to help either at the School or at the Community Center. Click here to choose from the multiple shifts & jobs.

DONATIONS: We are looking for food, gifts, prizes, pop, gift cards, clothing, and small electronics – anything you or your local business connections are willing to contribute. Please contact gift donations chair Greg Malush or food donations chair Karen St. Anthony with donation questions.

Juniors and seniors can now buy tickets for Prom. This year’s Prom is on Saturday, April 30th from 7:30pm-12:00am at the Nicollet Island Pavilion and the theme is “Diamonds are Forever.” Tickets cost $65 before April 22 and $75 after. You can buy a ticket in the Main Office. Ticket sales end April 27. Please see Ms. Brinson with any questions.