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Friday, February 23, 2018

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

Lord, grant us simplicity of faith
and a generosity of service
that gives without counting cost.
A life overflowing with Grace
poured out from the One
who gave everything,
that we might show
the power of love
to a broken world,
and share the truth
from a living Word.
Lord, grant us simplicity of faith,
and a yearning to share it. 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: FISH SANDIWCH, CARROTS; A LA CARTE: CHEESE AND FRUIT TRAY, TUNA SALAD TRAY

  • 4:00pm Basketball: Girls C Game vs. Wayzata @ Wayzata High School
  • 4:15pm Basketball: Boys 9 Gold Game vs. Wayzata @ DeLaSalle High School
  • 4:15pm Basketball: Boys C Game vs. Wayzata @ DeLaSalle High School
  • 5:15pm Basketball: Girls C Game vs. Wayzata @ Wayzata High School
  • 5:30pm Basketball: Girls JV Game vs. St. Croix Lutheran @ St. Croix Lutheran
  • 5:30pm Basketball: Boys JV Game vs. Wayzata @ DeLaSalle High School
  • 7:00pm Basketball: Girls Varsity Game vs. St. Croix Lutheran @ St. Croix Lutheran
  • 7:00pm Basketball: Boys Varsity Game vs. Wayzata @ DeLaSalle High School

In today’s news…

Students in grades 9, 10, and 11 – you must register for your 2018-19 classes by this Friday. You should look for an email you received with the registration link. Students and parents may consult the 2018-19 curriculum guide here to view graduation requirements and course descriptions by academic department. We’re excited to announce several new courses, including two offerings in AP computer programming, an Honors Theology course, a science course taught in collaboration with a Lasallian high school in Spain, and Explore-Impact, a practicum opportunity for college-bound seniors. Students earlier received a course request worksheet that can help them plan their courses for next year. Watch a video here that explains how to use the course request worksheet.

We Are NOT…for sale, to be used, to be abused, to be controlled…

We are..Strong, independent, loved, children of God.

Our Social Justice Awareness Week this year will focus on the epidemic of Human Trafficking both locally and globally.  Many events and activities are planned for the week, which will take place starting Monday, February 26 through Friday, March 2. On Monday we will have a BLUE out at the girl’s basketball games.  Blue is the color for Human Trafficking awareness. The cheer team and student council are spearheading a few activities including a 50/50 raffle for Breaking Free. Make sure you are there for halftime and bring your friends and family.

On Monday, February 26 we kick off the week with a special assembly that includes prayer, short talks, music and a keynote address by Joy Friedman.  Joy is a Consulter, Motivational Speaker & Trainer on the topic of Human Trafficking.  Entering the “Life” at 15, she was able to break free when she was 37 and will share what makes teens vulnerable to trafficking and what they can do for self and others. Throughout the week we will have special classroom workshops and conclude the week with a celebratory event in the gym. Stay tuned.

Several staff members have agreed to have their beards shaved at the closing assembly on Friday if we as a school collectively raise $2,500 for Breaking Free.  Collections will take place during lunch periods Monday through Thursday. The collection will end at the end of 6th period on Thursday.  If we reach our goal be prepared to join in cheering on Bro. Ryan, Mr. Capecchi, Mr. Homan, Mr. Marrin, Mr. Newman, Mr. Pribyl and Mr. Wessman-Conroy as they go beard free for Breaking Free.

All of us at DeLaSalle appreciate the sacrifice that you make to send your children sons and daughters to our school. We know we must be good stewards. Support from our generous alumni and friends allows for a tuition that is considerably less than the actual cost of educating each student. We also remain committed to support slightly over half of our families with the largest per capita financial aid program of any private high school in Minnesota in 2018-19.

Families who wish to apply for financial aid based on family financial need must submit an application to Tuition Aid Data Services (TADS) by Friday, February 23. Families may access the online application at http://mytads.com/. Financial aid worksheets which are extremely helpful in preparing your application are available here in English, y aqui en espanol. Families may contact Ron Rice at 612.676.7601 with questions or to schedule an appointment to complete their application online.

Students interested in trying out for a spring sport are encouraged to sign up via an e-mail from the Student Activities office. The deadline for students to register is Today. As a reminder, students must have a Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) Eligibility form and a current physical (within the last three years) on file with the Student Activities office.

Thinking about trying out for boys’ golf this spring? Meet Coach Chris Juergens during lunches Today n the Florance Center.

The Parent Association sponsored group Parents in Prayer will meet in the Florance Center this Friday to lift up the school community in prayer. All parents are welcome to join between 1:45-2:45pm. Students, staff, and families may place prayer requests in prayer boxes in the Lasallian Ministry office, Main Office, or Theology classroom. Prayer requests may remain anonymous.

Interested in learning more about your faith this summer? The Youth Theology Institute at the College of St. Scholastica will be holding presentations at all lunches on Wednesday, February 28, for a program upcoming this July. This will be a 10 minute presentation, at the start of all lunches in B215 (Brother Ryan and Ms. Hodapp’s classroom) Please join us and click here for more details!

St. Scholastica in Duluth and St Catherine’s in St Paul both offer summer youth theology institutes that are eligible for Christian Service Hours. Representatives from the events will be present during all lunches on Wednesday, February 28, in Room B215 with information. Please bring your lunch up to hear more.

Sacred Word, Sacred World, Sacred Call – St. Scholastica
Encuentro – St Kate’s

A student has lost a black Nikon DSLR camera in a carrying case that included a battery charger with battery in it, a cable, and a small tripod. The items were lost near the Thies Technology Lab or by Ms. Zawislak’s or Brother Ryan’s classrooms on the 2nd floor of the B building. You may return the lost items to the Dean’s office with no questions asked. Thank you.

Current 11th grade students can now apply for a student exchange this fall through DeLaSalle’s Global Advantage program. Students received an email last week with a link to the application; which, along with at least two recommendations, are due by Friday, March 2. DeLaSalle partners with schools in Argentina, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Germany, Italy, and Spain. Continue reading

The Punch Pizza on Hennepin Avenue by DeLaSalle is offering a 50 percent discount on any pizza or salad through Friday. Simply show your school ID to get the discount.

DeLaSalle Theatre presents its spring musical “Les Miserables” over three weekends in March. The production features the timeless story of Jean Valjean, a former convict, who spends a lifetime seeking redemption, set against the backdrop of 19th century France and the aftermath of the French Revolution.

Performances are March 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, and 24, at 7:30pm in the Florance Center. Reserved seating is $15, general admission is $10, students and seniors pay $8, and the play is free for DeLaSalle students with school ID.

To purchase reserved seating, select the show date and follow the prompts.