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Tuesday November 29, 2016

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

Help me to stay awake for the coming of our Savior. Amen

Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us.

Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!

Daily Digest



As the weather gets colder, please make sure you are following the uniform policy. Students are reminded that should only wear the uniform sweatshirt or uniform sweater for warmth. Jackets, non-uniform sweatshirts and sweaters, hats, mittens/gloves, scarves, etc. are not permitted during the school day unless approval is given by the Dean’s Office. Please refer to pages 8-10 of the Student-Parent Handbook if you have questions regarding the uniform.   

Last days to donate to our annual Christmas Basket Project. Also, don’t forget our shopping trip on Friday.  Please sign up in Lasallian Ministry if you want to participate.

Please join us in welcoming Victor Guzman as the new after school supervisor. Victor graduated from DeLaSalle in 2009 and is excited to start working with students after school in room D-104.

A reminder to all students that if you are staying after school you should be in a supervised area by 3:30pm. Supervised areas include the library, D-104, working with a teacher, playing or practicing for a sport, or meeting with a club or activity.   

If you have lost an item this year stop by the Dean’s Office B-209 to look through the Lost and Found closet. All unclaimed items will be donated at the end of each semester.

DeLaSalle Theatre is holding auditions for the musical “Urinetown”* and winter one-acts, featuring our MSHSL competition one-act “Hamlet”**. To audition for the musical, you must complete a read, singing, and dance audition. To audition for the winter one-acts, you need to complete a read audition.

Auditions are scheduled:

  • Tuesday, Nov. 29, 3:30pm, Florance Center: Dance/Read Auditions
  • Thursday, Dec. 1, 3:30pm, Florance Center: All Call Backs Audition

We’ll have a brief audition meeting Monday, November 28 before we begin. We ask that you come dressed for movement. For your singing audition we are looking for an upbeat song from a musical. We will teach you a simple dance combo for the dance audition.

These shows are open to all students. We encourage any interested students to show up and share your talent. Email Mr. Buffington with any audition questions. For song ideas and any questions about the musical please email Mrs. Farrah.

Cheer on the best Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball teams in the State during our 2016-17 Winter Sideline Cheer season! There is no tryout to be a member of this team. The first practice will be held today from 3:30-5:30pm in the Florance Center.

If you would like to know more about Cheer Team financial obligations, practices, attendance expectations, etc, please take a look at the 2016-2017 Cheer Information Packet. If you are interested in being a member of the team, please fill out the Registration Form (last page of the Information Packet) and bring it with you to the first practice. It must be signed by a parent or guardian confirming that you understand the contents of the packet and have permission to join.

Go Islanders!

Chess Club begins today! The meeting time is 3:15-4:30pm in A208. All ability levels are welcome. Please join us whether you are a pro or a novice at chess. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Kocourek.

Parents, join De’s college planning team for a “Shepherding Your Student’s Scholarship Search” parent forum. Tomorrow from 8:15-9:15am in B102. All are welcome.

Do you enjoy running?  Or are you trying to stay in shape between fall and spring sports?  Looking for people to run with?  Join the Polar Bear Running Club and run with a group once a week throughout the winter.  Meet at Founders Park on Thursday at 3:20pm for our first run.  We should be done by 4:30pm.  Dress to ready to run – be sure to wear warm clothes!  All are welcome.  Contact Ms. Arens ( for more information.

Stay hydrated and keep our campus green! You can now purchase your very own durable DeLaSalle water bottle in the Café or School Store for $7.

Buying a reusable water bottle will help reduce our carbon footprint and plastic waste. And it’s easy to fill up with the new water filling stations and drinking fountains we made a conscious choice to install throughout campus as we move away from single-use water bottles.

Water is essential for life.  Over 60% of our human bodies are made up of water.  It nourishes our cells, helps regulate our body temperature, delivers oxygen to muscles and organs, and is critical for brain functioning.  Thus, we want to make sure everyone in our community has access to it and stays hydrated.