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Monday May 2, 2016

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

God, we thank you for all who participated in our first Founder’s Day 5k on Saturday. Thank you for a beautiful day, keeping everyone safe, and for the generosity of all who support our school. Amen

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

Daily Digest

ENTREE: TRIPLE DECKERS, TOMATO SOUP; A LA CARTE: CHEESE AND FRUIT TRAY; SOUTHWEST VEGGIE WRAP; PIE

  • 1:00pm: Boys’ varsity golf invitational @ Indian Hills Golf Club
  • 4:15pm: C baseball vs. Minnehaha Academy @ Frank Quilici Field at Shingle Creek Park
  • 4:15pm: JV baseball vs. Minnehaha Academy @ Parade Stadium
  • 4:15pm: Track & field meet @ Columbia Heights
  • 6:00pm: Boys’ varsity lacrosse @ Apple Valley
  • 7:15pm: Varsity baseball vs. Minnehaha Academy @ Parade Stadium

Congratulations to those juniors who participated and placed at Minnesota History Day, held yesterday at the University of Minnesota. Congratulations are especially in order for Joanna and Jovanna Lopez ’17, whose “Chicano Movement” project won 2nd place in the Senior Group Exhibit category and will advance to National History Day in Washington, D.C. next month.

The Spring Concert is this Wednesday at 7:00pm in the Florance Center. We encourage you to attend and support your classmates in the band, choir, and orchestra. Doors to the Florance Center will open on concert night at 6:30pm.month.

It’s happening… seniors and staff take each other on in a kickball game this Thursday at 3:30pm on the Athletic Field. Seniors – you sign up on the sheet on the Activities Office door to put your name in a lottery-type drawing for a spot on the team. If you win a spot on the team, you are required to make a $10 donation to the Ecuador Relief Fund.

Staff are also required to make a $10 donation to the Ecuador Relief Fund. For those attending the game, we are suggesting that you make a contribution to the Ecuador Relief Fund. Let’s make this a great community event and help Ecuadorians as well!

AP testing begins today. Please be respectful in certain parts of school as students take these exams.

Today’s exams are Chemistry and Psychology.

  • AP Chemistry: Began this morning at 8:00am in the LL Gray Gym and will conclude at about 12:00pm.
  • AP Psychology:  Students taking this test should all attend periods 1, 2 and 3 today and eat lunch period 4.  All students taking the test should report to the LL Gray Gym after period four is over to check in for the test.

HALLWAY CLOSING:  The hallway between the Main Gym and the LL Gray Gym will be closed during AP testing  to maintain a quiet testing area for students, please plan accordingly and fill your water bottles before or after school.

TOMORROW’S TESTS:  AP Spanish Language at 8:30 in B301 and AP Physics at 12:00 in the LL Gray Gym.  The hallway outside the computer lab will be closed from about 11:00am to 1:00pm.  During this time students will need to pass on the first floor of the B building unless they have a locker on the second floor hallway.

Applications are available now if you are interested in serving on Student Council next year. You may pick up a form in the Main Office. Applications are due by Friday, May 6 if you are running for Executive Board (President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Public Relations). Class representative applications are due by Friday, May 13.

Dig out your loose change! Student Council is having a “penny war” between grade levels this week. The funds will go to disaster aid for the earthquake in Ecuador. There will be one jar for each grade level, in which you can put money during lunches. The goal is to put money into the jars of other grades. The grade with the least amount of money in their jar wins. The winning grade gets a surprise prize.

Next Monday is the last time this school year that DeLaSalle will volunteer at Sharing & Caring Hands. Students who want to help serve the afternoon meal after school on May 9 should e-mail Miss Barry. There’s only room for eight students.

This Friday marks the final Scrabble Club meeting of 2016. All are welcome to play after school in Mrs. Sullivan’s room, A206.