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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

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

God who created me,
You offer me new life through your Son
and through the gift of your sacraments.
While I see new life all around me,
I don’t always recognize the new life you offer me.
Help me to grow this Lent in an awareness
of the gifts you place in my life
and in a greater appreciation for your care.
Give me the courage to ask for help. Amen.

Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us.

Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!

In today’s news…

Good luck to the boys’ basketball team, which drew the #1 seed and will face Hermantown in the quarterfinal game of the Class 3A state tournament today at 10am at Williams Arena. Tickets for today’s game cost $14 for adults and $9 for students. You can buy a ticket today from 7:45-8:30am in the Albers Atrium.

Today will be an online learning day. Still, morning transportation routes will run normally for students who want to ride a bus to De to take a fan bus to the game. Fan buses will start leaving from the front of DeLaSalle about 8:45am. After the game, afternoon transportation routes will leave De at 12:45pm.

For more information about the state tournament, click here.

The DeLaSalle Fly Fishing Club is proud to announce some great opportunities available with Trout Unlimited, a non-profit organization focused on conserving, protecting, and restoring the cold water fisheries where trout thrive. The program is called the Foster the Outdoors Mentorship Program. This program is designed to get you and a parent/guardian involved in fly fishing. As part of the program, you will be provided a volunteer mentor that will teach you about the sport and the equipment. They will also take you out on three guided trips to love fishing spots and provide assistance as you learn various techniques. For more info see Mr. Homan or contact Tim Hested at FostertheOutdoors@hotmail.com or by phone at 612-247-1536. Website: http://mntu.org/mentoring/

Next Monday, March 26th, Islanders will once again serve the afternoon meal at Sharing and Caring Hands. If you are one of eight students interested in helping out, please email Miss Barry. You will need to be able to miss the last 25 minutes of your 8th Hour. We will be back to school by 3:50 pm. See Miss Barry with questions.

Like to read? Love to compete? MACRS, the boys’ competitive reading club at DLS, is just for you!

MACRS will be holding its first meeting of the 2018 season next Wednesday, March 28 during 4th, 5th, and 6th lunches. This season, we will be reading The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein. Meetings will be held on Thursdays during lunch (you may eat during the game). This season’s moderators include Mr. Zavitz, Mr. Casey, Mr. Banas, and Mr. Homan. All interested boys should sign up on the Activities Office sign-up sheet or see Mr. Zavitz in B301.

Competitors receive a free book and a pizza party at the end of the season in May. For those already signed up, more information will follow by email later this week.

DLS students, who are interested in participating in Starry Night Prom, please sign up here. Mandatory meetings will begin after spring break and the prom is on Saturday, May 5th.

Keep the memories of the 2017-18 school year for years to come. Buy a yearbook today. Yearbooks cost $60 and there are two ways to order – online through the Balfour website or through an order form available in the attendance office or outside the IT office. Yearbooks will be delivered in mid-May.

Applications are now available for driver’s education classes, which will be offered in April, June, and late July/early August. Classes are limited to the first 25 students who register with a $200 down payment. Click here for class dates and applications.

DeLaSalle Theatre continues to present its spring musical “Les Miserables”. Performances are this Friday and Saturday, at 7:30pm in the Florance Center. Although reserved seating for all shows is sold out, general admission tickets are available at the door. General admission costs $10, students and seniors pay $8, and the play is free for DeLaSalle students with school ID.

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.