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Thursday January 19, 2017 – No Classes

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

Happy and blessed are those who dream dreams and are willing to pay the price to make them come true.

Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us.

Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!

On today’s calendar…


  • 6:00pm: Wrestling meet @ St. Agnes

In today’s news…

There are no classes today as staff will participate in an all-day professional development. Another all-day professional development is scheduled on Tuesday, April 18, which extends the Easter break by one day.

Students, you will meet with your academic mentor on Friday after first period. The meeting is s chance to review the first semester and check in on how the second semester is going. Please bring coursework to work on while you are not meeting individually with your mentor.

DeLaSalle students perform “Hamlet”, the school’s entry in the Minnesota State High School League’s Competition One-Act play. Shakespeare’s tragedy is presented in a brisk one act capturing the intrigue, plotting and revenge. Additionally, students will present a musical number from DeLaSalle Theatre’s upcoming winter musical “Urinetown.”

The Winter One Acts are presented tomorrow and Saturday and again January 27 and 28. Showtimes are at 7:30pm in the Florance Center. General admission tickets cost $5 and De students are admitted free with a current student ID.

De Parents in Prayer, a Parent Association-sponsored group, meets in the Florance Center Monday from 8:30-9:30am. 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.

The Ski Club plans to go skiing Friday at the Hyland Hills Ski Area. A bus will leave from DeLaSalle after school at approximately 3:30pm and return around 8:00 pm. In order to attend each student will need to sign up using this Google form, and obtain a liability waiver form from the Student Activities office and return the form with a signature from one’s parents to the Student Activities office. Each student is responsible for their own lift ticket and any other equipment necessary. Each student is allowed to bring their own gear which can be stored in the Student Activities office, or they are able to rent gear at the ski hill. A lift ticket is $19, ski or snowboard rentals is $17, and a helmet is $8. Please see Adam Pribyl in the Student Activities office with any questions.

The DeLaSalle Alumni Association Legacy/Farrell Scholarship is offered to juniors who have had at least one relative graduate from DeLaSalle. If you are granted the scholarship, it will be credited toward your tuition bill during your senior year at De! The application will be available tomorrow through February 17 at 4pm. All juniors will receive a link to the scholarship in their Islander Student Apps e-mail account. If you have any questions, please contact Alumni Relations Coordinator, Jessica Luckett.

DeLaSalle and 301 on Main have reached an agreement that will allow students to park in the event center’s parking lot during school days. The parking lot is located at 301 NE Main Street. Students must purchase a parking permit in order to park in the lot. Permits cost $110 and are sold in the Business Office.

These supplemental permits are specifically numbered and assigned to the buyer and are for the parking lot at 301 on Main ONLY. These permits are NOT valid in any of the DeLaSalle parking areas during the school day. Students MUST remove their vehicle from the 301 on Main parking lot by 5:00pm each day or risk being towed by building management.

DeLaSalle will provide shuttle bus service each day between the 301 on Main parking lot and the school. The morning shuttle will leave the parking lot at approximately 8:15am. The afternoon shuttle will leave from the front of DeLaSalle at 3:15pm.

Touchstone Mental Health, a nonprofit located in South Minneapolis (off Highway 55 and Cedar Ave) that provides a variety of mental health services to over 1,800 adults annually., is looking for volunteers to help conduct a phone satisfaction survey with clients. Clients receive advance notice about the survey and know they will be receiving a phone call. Staff will be available to sign off on student volunteer hours.

We will conduct surveys MondayTuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 4:30-7:30pm between January 30-February 2, Feb. 6-9, and Feb. 13-16. Volunteers do not need to participate every evening and can choose which dates will work with their schedules. Contact Kathie Prieve at  or call 612-843-2201 if interested.

We will provide refreshments and snacks for volunteers.

Do you have a teacher who has inspired you and who you think should be recognized? Barnes & Noble is currently accepting nominations for these teachers. Students write an essay, poem, or thank you letter describing their favorite teacher and how that person has influenced and inspired them. Click here for an entry form. Judges will choose the winning teacher and recognize both the teacher and the student at a special ceremony at our store during spring Educator Appreciation Days. Ms. Bryson-Tucker will collect entries until February 22 and then submit them.