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Friday September 16, 2016

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

Wisdom of years be yours
Joy of friendships be yours
Wealth of memories be yours
Fruit of endevor be yours
Hope of heaven be yours
Peace of God be yours.
-Irish Blessing

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

Daily Digest

ENTREE: FISH AND CHIPS (CHIPOTLE DIPPING SAUCE), MINNESOTA SWEET CORN; A LA CARTE: HOT HAM AND CHEESE ON PRETZEL BUNS; THREE CHEESE SANDWICH ON KAISER ROLL (V); TUNA PASTA SALAD

All college visits take place in the Guidance office B102), 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
-11:00am-12:00pm: Benedictine College

Tomorrow
-8:00am-3:00pm: University of Minnesota Multicultural Open House (Ted Mann Concert Hall)

Tuesday
-2:15-3:15pm: University of Southern California

  • 4:00pm: Girls’ JV tennis @ Visitation
  • 4:00pm: Girls’ varsity tennis @ Visitation
  • 4:15pm: Boys’ B soccer vs. Como Park @ Ft. Snelling
  • 4:15pm: Boys’ C soccer vs. Como Park @ Ft. Snelling
  • 7:00pm: Varsity football @ Park Center

 

Athletes in fall sports will take team pictures next week. If you play a fall sport, please make a note of what day and time your team picture and where to meet.

Monday, Sept. 19
Girls’ tennis: 3:15-3:45pm (Founder’s Park)
Football: 3:30-4:15pm (athletic field)
Volleyball: 4:30-5:30pm (gym)

Wednesday Sept. 21
Boys’ soccer varsity and JV: 3:20-3:45pm (athletic field)
Boys’ soccer B and C: 3:45-4:10pm (Bryn Mawr)

Friday, Sept. 23
Girls’ soccer: 3:20-4:00 pm (athletic field)
Cross Country: 4:00-4:30pm (Founder’s Park)
Cheer: 3:45-4:30pm (Founder’s Park)

Please make sure Automatic Downloads is turned off on your iPad and your other Apple devices. This prevents apps from automatically downloading on your iPad that you downloaded on your personal devices.

Please check this by going to Settings < iTunes & App Store < turn off Automatic Downloads for Apps, Music, Books & Audiobooks, and Updates. Please visit the Tech Office if you have any questions.

Apple will be releasing a software update next week for the iPad called iOS 10. Students should NOT update their iPad with the new iOS 10 operating system until DeLaSalle’s technology team has tested school apps for iOS 10 compatibility and functionality in the school environment so we can transition smoothly to the new software. Please ignore any iOS 10 software update notifications or prompts that appear on your iPad until further notice from DeLaSalle. Students who update to iOS 10 before given permission will have restrictions placed on their device and all personal apps will be deleted for the remainder of the semester.

Seniors: Are you stuck on your college essay or looking for a fresh and unique approach from a professional writer to make YOUR college essay memorable? Writer Laurie Lindeen will help you make your college essay certain to stand out to admission counselors. Join her today at 3:15pm in A102.

The DeLaSalle Guidance office will hold an Early College Awareness for 9th
and 10th grade students and parents/guardians on Monday at 6:30pm in D104. College prep continues on! Please let our College Planning department share simple steps for your college journey. Learn how & why it is never too early to seek college scholarships.
Discover NAVIANCE, your students’ online college planning tool.

Homecoming Week starts Monday! Homecoming is a chance for us to celebrate our tradition and history at DeLaSalle and acknowledge the thousands of alumni who have come before us.

On Monday, and throughout the week, you may dress out of uniform. Monday’s out of uniform theme is Pajama Day – come to school looking like you just rolled out of bed! You may wear bathrobes, slippers, and even carry a blanket or a favorite stuffed animal.

Also on Monday, make plans to join your classmates and friends for the movie “Grown Ups,” which will be shown in the LL Gray Gym from 7:00-9:00pm. Concessions and free popcorn will be available. Stay in your PJ’s and bring a cozy blanket to keep warm.

Click here to find more Homecoming Week information.

Junior and Senior Ladies! Powderpuff sign ups will be posted on the door of the Student Activities Office until the end of this week. The game will take place next Wednesday at 7pm on the athletic field. Represent your class and play in a fun, friendly game!

Help pick who should represent your class as Homecoming royalty. Yesterday, you should have received an email email with a link to Quia, where you can select up to four young men and four young women to represent your class. Please note, if you vote for more than four people per question, your vote will be disqualified.  Please vote by the end of lunches on Monday.

If you want to bring a guest with you to the Homecoming dance on Saturday, September 24, you must fill out this Dance Guest Registration Form and return it into the Deans’ Office by next week.

Senior portraits need to be taken by October 23 to be included in the yearbook and the class composite that lines the halls of DeLaSalle. DeLaSalle has chosen David Bank Studios to prepare the class composite photo and to provide all senior portraits for the yearbook.

David Bank Studios will be on campus on Wednesday, September 21 during lunches to take head shots for free for seniors who wish to do them on campus. The photographer will be in the creative learning side of the Thies Technology Lab. Please remember to bring a change of clothes on that day for your photo in case you plan to dress up for Homecoming.

Please call 763.571.2265 or click here to have your photos taken at the studio. You may still choose a photographer of your liking for your senior package.

De Parents in Prayer, a Parent Association-sponsored group, will kick off its second year of gathering on campus once a month to lift up the school community in prayer. The group will meet Monday morning at 8:30am in the Florance Center. Students, staff, and families may place prayer requests in prayer boxes in the Lasallian Ministry office and Main Office. Requests may remain anonymous.

WE Day is happening on Tuesday, September 20 at the Xxcel Energy Center with headliners including Paula Abdul, Omi, George Takei and more. If you would like to participate in WE Day, please email Mr. Hallman. We are looking for students who have performed exemplary service.

The Lasallian Minstry team invites you all to join us in hearing Matt Birk, former NFL football player, share his ‘All-Pro Wisdom.’ This event will take place on Sunday, October 2 at 5:45pm at Nativity of Our Lord Church. We will drive students to the event from DeLaSalle at 5:00pm. The event is free with a light dinner included. If you are interested in attending or have any questions please email Ms. Ortiz by September 26th.

Apply today to the Hennepin Theatre Trust if are interested in attending Broadway musical theatre and writing critical reviews, sharing your opinion of the production for the public to read. You will attend workshops and this season’s touring productions at the Orpheum and State theaters (Lineup includes Fun Home, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, The King and I, The Bodyguard, Matilda The Musical, Wicked, Cabaret, Motown The Musical, Rent, Mamma Mia! and Sweeney Todd) with high school students from metro area schools. You will be guided through the writing process and post your review on the Hennepin Theatre Trust website.

If you are interested, apply by this Friday by clicking here. See Ms. Zawislak in B214 with questions.