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Tuesday, December 19, 2017

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

God, You are nearer to us than we to ourselves. Strengthen our faith and our hope of salvation. Amen

Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us.

Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!

On today’s calendar…

SCRAMBLED EGGS, HASH BROWN, TORTILLA, FRUIT OR FRUIT JUICE, MILK

ENTREE: BELGIUM WAFFLES WITH FRUIT TOPPINGS,SAUSAGE; A LA CARTE: CHEFS CHOICE SALAD; CHEFS CHOICE SANDWICH

  • 6:00pm Swimming: Boys V/JV Meet St. Paul Central vs. St. Anthony Swim Team @ St. Anthony Village HS

In today’s news…

  • Breakfast will be served until 8:30am. There will be no lunch service.
  • Buses will run in the morning and will depart at 12:15pm on Wednesday and Thursday, and at 11:05am on Friday.
  • Students who have lunch or study hall periods 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 8 do not need to attend those periods.
  • If students are here during their lunch hour, they should report to the Florance Center.
  • If students are here for a study hall periods 2 or 7, they should report to their regular study hall room.
  • If students are here for a study hall periods 1, 3, or 8, they should report to the Florance Center.

Time Wednesday, Dec. 20 Thursday, Dec. 21 Friday, Dec. 22
8:40-9:40 1 3 8
9:50-10:50 2 7 6
11:00-12:00 4 5

National Honor Society members will be providing tutoring from now until Tuesday. Tutors will be available to help Tuesday/Thursday after school for the following subjects in the rooms indicated: English (A211), Geometry (A106), Theology (B211), and Biology (B309). There will also be tutors available for most subjects before school (starting at 8:05) in the LTC and the Florance Center. Check in with the teachers who supervise those locations to ask if a tutor is available.

There will be no NAHS on Wednesday due to Finals week. We will resume again second semester on January 10th. Please check canvas for announcements on receiving your required 10 hours.

Now that winter is upon us students should review several winter-related uniform expectations:

  1. For warmth students should wear a uniform sweater or sweatshirt.
  2. Students may not wear a long-sleeved shirt under a short-sleeved uniform shirt.
  3. Coats and jackets, gloves, scarves, and any other outdoor attire is not permitted during the school day. This applies to DeLaSalle spirit and team apparel unless otherwise directed by staff. Items must be kept in the student’s locker.
  4. Pants, shirts, shorts and skirts should not be rolled at the cuff, sleeve or waist. Skirts should reach the top of the knee – no more than 2” above the knee.
  5. Shoes, including laces, and socks must be predominately black, brown, white, gray, or a mix of these colors. Additionally, students should be aware of food and drink expectations:
  6. Unless special permission is granted, food and drink may not be brought into classrooms; however, individual teachers may permit water in clear bottles in the classroom.

As the end of the semester approaches please take time to check the Lost and Found in the Dean’s Office B-209 for your missing personal items. All unclaimed items will be donated at the end of the semester.