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Friday, February 9, 2018

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

Dear Lord,

Grant me the grace to put my mind to use exploring the world you have created, confident that in you there a wisdom that is real.

Amen.

Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us.

Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!

On today’s calendar…

BREAKFAST PIZZA (WHOLE GRAIN CRUST, BREAKFAST GRAVY, CHEESE AND/OR MEAT), FRUIT OR FRUIT JUICE, MILK

ENTREE: SWEET AND SOUR CHICKEN OVER BROWN RICE; A LA CARTE: HAWAIIAN WRAP

  • 4:15pm Basketball: Boys 9 Gold Game vs. Academy of Holy Angels @ DeLaSalle High School L. Gray Auxillary Gym
  • 4:15pm Basketball: Boys C Game vs. Academy of Holy Angels @ DeLaSalle High School
  • 5:30pm Basketball: Girls C Game vs. Academy of Holy Angels @ Academy of Holy Angels
  • 5:30pm Basketball: Girls JV Game vs. Academy of Holy Angels @ Academy of Holy Angels
  • 5:30pm Basketball: Boys JV Game vs. Academy of Holy Angels @ DeLaSalle High School
  • 7:00pm Basketball: Girls Varsity Game vs. Academy of Holy Angels @ Academy of Holy Angels
  • 7:00pm Basketball: Boys Varsity Game vs. Academy of Holy Angels @ DeLaSalle High School

DeLaSalle will celebrate its Catholic identity during Catholic Schools Week, while also giving students an escape from winter through Winterfest. Click here to see a full report on the week from the Intro to Broadcast Journalism Class.

As a reminder, all out-of-uniform guidelines from the Student-Parent handbook are in effect for Winterfest Week: This means “No yoga pants, halter tops, tank tops, or bare midriffs; no sunglasses; and only knee length shorts and skits will be permitted” at any time during the week. Students in violation of these guidelines will be required to wear a uniform from the loaner closet.

  • Today’s Out of Uniform: Islander Day
    Students may wear any DeLaSalle apparel, black and gold/yellow, or Islander sports wear.

Click here to find more Catholic Schools Week/Winterfest information.

In today’s news…

Blood Donors, please remember to:

  • Show up 5 minutes before your donation time.
  • Eat high iron foods: meats and veggies, leading up to the blood drive.
  • Drink plenty of water, and eat a large breakfast the morning of the blood drive.
  • Bring your ID.

Join in this retreat to gain a deeper understanding of consecrated life! Bishop Andrew Cozzens will celebrate Mass and speak on consecrated life at the Maternity of Mary Catholic Church, St. Paul on Saturday, February 17 from 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.. The retreat is for single Catholic women, ages 16 to 35. The retreat day will include consecrated women sharing their vocation stories, along with many opportunities for discerning women to chat and ask questions. Discover the steps of discernment, learn more about yourself, and listen to God speak to your heart. Retreat fee is $20. Scholarships are available, if needed. Please see this brochure for details. Register online by February 9 at 10:00am.

Are you interested in saving a life? Do you know how to administer CPR or use an AED? If you answered Yes to saving a life or No to knowing CPR, this is an opportunity for you. Mr. C is looking for individuals that want to learn how to perform CPR and use an AED. Mr. C is an American Red Cross instructor and wants to certify students who want to be CPR/AED certified. Please fill out this form with your name and lunch hour, if interested.

Math League practice will take place after school Today in B307. Meet number 5, will be Monday, February 12 at SPA.

Come to LEAP on Thursday, February 15 during your lunches for a continued discussion about the housing crisis in the US. All are welcome!

2018 Prom Committee: Any Juniors or Seniors interested in helping with organizing this year’s Prom, please send an email to Ms. Brinson before Friday, February 16. An email will then be sent by Ms. Brinson to confirm your participation and to discuss our first meeting and next steps.

Please see Ms. Brinson in Student Activities with any questions.

Each year, the DeLaSalle Alumni Association selects junior students to receive an Alumni Legacy Scholarship. This year, you may also be considered for the Hinz Award – an award created in honor of Wally Hinz’ 60 after his passing in 2017. The Hinz Award is open to ALL junior students and evaluates academic performance, community involvement, leadership and Islander Spirit. This is a spirit which Wally exuded throughout his life as an active member and advocate of the DeLaSalle Community – in particular with his leadership in DeLaSalle’s Alumni Association.

The applicant must meet the following criteria to be considered:

1. Must be a Junior graduating in the Class of 2019
2. Must be enrolled for the Fall 2018 Semester
3. Legacy applicants must have had at least one relative that is an alum of DeLaSalle, MN
4. Must have a Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher

Application Deadline: Wednesday February 21st, 2018 by 4:00pm.

If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Luckett, Director of Alumni Programs, at jessica.luckett@delasalle.com (preferred) or call 612-676-7687.

ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

Would you like to be a part of the planning team for Social Justice Week?  We will have planning meetings every Tuesday morning from 7:45-8:20 in the Lasallian Ministry office.  All are welcome. Please e-mail Ms. Hodapp if you want to participate. The theme this year is Human Trafficking

Students are invited to participate in the Missing Voices conference at St. Mary’s University in Minneapolis on Thursday, February 15 during the school day.  The 2018 conference focuses on educational equity with special emphasis this year regarding native, immigrant and refugee voices by embracing the idea that We Are All Related (Mitakuye Oyasin). In Lakota tribal education one gains knowledge from firsthand experience in the world and then transmits or explores this knowledge through ritual, ceremony, art, and appropriate technology. The essence of this concept is that our lives are truly and profoundly connected to others and the world around us. Now, in this time of division and polarization, we must recognize ourselves in the faces of others, particularly historically marginalized groups. The Missing Voices Summit allows for an exploration of commonalities and differences through an examination of self and others in our combined journey along a timeline of immigration.

Feed My Starving Children is hosting a mobile packing event for a local parish.  We would like to take a group on Thursday, February 22 from 5-7 pm.  Please sign up with this link if you are interested in going.

Youth Frontiers is facilitating a leadership conference for 11th graders on Thursday, March 1 during the school day.  If you would like to participate, please e-mail Ms. Hodapp.