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Friday October 28, 2016

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

May the Holy Spirit of God give us healing and healing to those around us. Amen

Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us.

Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!

Daily Digest

Please note change in class period order 1, Assembly, 2, 4, 5, 6, 3, 7, 8

  • Period 1: 8:30-9:01
  • Assembly: 9:06-11:06
  • Period 2: 11:14-11:42
  • Period 4: 11:47-12:15
  • Period 5: 12:20-12:48
  • Period 6: 12:53-1:21
  • Period 3: 1:26-1:54
  • Period 7: 1:59-2:27
  • Period 8: 2:32-3:00

ENTREE: SOUP AND SANDWICH; A LA CARTE: HOT HAM AND CHEESE ON PRETZEL BUNS; THREE CHEESE SANDWICH ON KAISER; 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.

Tuesday
-10:18-11:18am: Northland College

Friday

  • 7:00pm: Varsity volleyball sections vs. #6 seed Providence Academy, at DeLaSalle

Saturday

  • 1:00pm: Varsity football sections vs. #1 seed Fridley, at Fridley

 

Join the award-winning DeLaSalle Theatre cast and crew – and meet an eclectic group of six-graders who arrive at the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, each eager to win for very different reasons. In hilarious, touching, and catchy songs, each speller reveals his/her hopes, struggles, and passions as they make their way through the competition. Performances are tonight and tomorrow at 7:30pm in the Florance Center. Click here to buy your ticket today: The show is free for De students with a current school ID.

Students can earn Christian Service hours at the fall Island Cleanup this Saturday from 9:30am-12:00pm. Help us take care of Nicollet Island and the DeLaSalle campus, be good neighbors, and provide service to our school community. Co-sponsored by the DeLaSalle Parent Association and the GREEN Team, we invite parents, students, staff and friends of De to join us for a morning of service, working together in small groups.  We’ll finish the morning with a community cook-out on Christian Brothers’ Plaza, organized by the Parent Association.  Bring a rake and gloves if you have them.  For more information, please contact either Tim Lynch, moderator of the Green Team, or Mike O’Keefe, liaison to the Parent Association.

R.E.S.P.E.C.T. – Diversity Week 2016 (48 minute assembly)
R – Racial, E-Equity, S-Social Change, P – Peace, E – Empower, C – Culture, T-Together

This week we will be celebrating and honoring the rich diversity that is present at DeLaSalle High School and in the world. It is our hope that the events and programs that are planned for the week will provide a springboard into a yearlong and lifelong appreciation of the beauty that exists in every aspect of diversity.

Today we gather for a celebration of culture.  At our event we will have several invited guests and performers.  These people are here to share their talents with us as well as observe our awesome student body in action.  Let’s show them our spirit of respect.

A special thank you to the entire DeLaSalle community for your participation in Diversity Week. At our Lasallian Ministry Meeting on Thursday, November 10, we will have a special appreciation breakfast and activity, Please come to Room D117 from 7:30-8:20am. All are welcome

De Parents in Prayer, a Parent Association-sponsored group, meets in the Florance Center today from 1:45-2:45pm. The group gathers monthly to lift up the school community in prayer. Students, staff, and families may place prayer requests in prayer boxes in the Lasallian Ministry office, Main Office, and Theology classrooms. Requests may remain anonymous.

Ernie McNeal, head wrestling coach at DeLaSalle will be at school today and Monday to meet players and talk about wrestling during lunches! Come meet our wrestling coach!

SWEEET – you are in the home stretch.   It’s no trick, this is your final October Madness Treat!   Seniors, join our casual work session today at 3:15pm in the Guidance office to start, finalize or send off your college essay or application.   Staff & experts on hand to review essays & assist with applications.

There will be a mandatory meeting at 3:15pm in the regular Speech room for all RETURNING Speech Team members. Please email Coach Schumacher if you want to return to speech but are unable to attend this meeting.

As a reminder, everyone must pay to attend section playoff games, whether it is for football, volleyball, or other sports. Thanks for supporting the Islanders in their playoff action!

You are invited to get an understanding of what high school competitive rowing is all about, meet coaches, and some of our current team rowers, and view/touch team racing shells. Come to an information session to learn more about Twin Cities Youth Rowing this Saturday from 9:30-10:30am at the Edina Boathouse (5250 W. 74th St., Bay 16, Edina).

Information sessions are opportunities to learn and to ask questions. No preregistration is required. ALL are welcome!

NO tryout or previous experience is required to join the team. Just bring a good attitude, a strong work ethic, and the understanding rowers work out hard. Questions? Call 612.760.0575.

Lasallian Ministry will continue offering the Monday morning prayer in the Upper Room school chapel in November. You are invited to Mass November 7, prayer on November 14 and 21 and Mass on November 28. We begin at 7:45am and all are welcome!

How do we know that God exists?  Is it just a matter of faith, or is it reasonable to believe in a Creator?  Being that a small but growing minority of Americans (almost 1 in 10) do not believe in God at all, now is a good time to rediscover how solid our belief in God truly is.  Learn about how even our innate desire for God gives us proof.  Come to the Lasallian Ministry office during lunch hours on Mondays (Oct. 31, Nov. 7, Nov. 14) to enjoy a free cookie, a brief video clip, and some good discussion with Fr. Joe Kuharski, our school chaplain.

Our community will gather for All Saints’ Day Mass between first and second period on Tuesday. Please come prepared for worship. We welcome our school chaplain, Fr. Joe Kuharski, as our celebrant.

Last year, De had two teams enter in the regional competition. This year, we hope to have double that and send a team on to state or further.  Come to an informational meeting on Monday right after school in the Thies Lab. Sign up to join the club now at http://bit.ly/GirlsCode1617  For more information contact, Ms. Roggow, Mr. Wolfe, or Mr. Pearson.

Sorry to those who hoped to go to the NET Lifeline Mass in November – the priest saying that Mass is such a popular speaker that they have to sell tickets for it and it was already sold out in early October! We will have to go that one next year and see what all the excitement is about! In the meantime, it works out OK, because Lasallian Ministry has the Night to Fight Homelessness that same weekend. Check with Ms. Hodapp for details!

Our next Lifeline Mass will be Saturday December 3. There is a concert afterwards with Steve Angrisano and the tickets are $10. Mark your calendar and watch The Source for a sign-up form and permission slip.

You may have noticed that St. David’s Center for Child and Family Development utilizes Room B107 after school Mondaythrough Friday to facilitate an after school program for people with disabilities.  If you would be interested in volunteering on a particular day, please e-mail Ms. Hodapp to set up at date.  Even better, if you would like to volunteer every week on a certain day of the week, you can do that as well.  The program is from 3:30-6:00pm daily.