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Thursday, April 12, 2018

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

The LORD confronts the evildoers,
to destroy remembrance of them from the earth.
When the just cry out, the LORD hears them,
and from all their distress he rescues them.

Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us.

Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!

On today’s calendar…



In today’s news…

Any DeLaSalle student is invited to participate on the committee that organizes Starry Night Prom by attending mandatory meetings. The event is a prom for people in the greater community living with disabilities and will be held at De on Saturday, May 5. Please sign up to participate using this link and mark your calendars for the first training session during lunches today in D104. Bring your lunch directly to the room at the beginning of your lunch period.

Today you can try Indian Fry Bread during lunches. DeLaSalle grandparent Maureen Headbird will be on campus to help make the bread and it will be served in the DeLaSalle Cafe with taco fixings. Students and staff can also try a sample in the hallway outside the kitchen. Thank you, Maureen, for sharing your time and talent.

Tomorrow, students should meet with their academic mentor one last time this semester to discuss their academic progress.

On Friday, the school community will gather for a Pepfest to recognize spring sports athletes. Bring your school spirit and help your class win the spirit stick.

Tickets are on sale for the April 28 Junior/Senior Prom. The theme for this year’s Prom is “Bright Lights, Big City-Hollywood” and you can gain “red carpet” access for $75 before April 18. Ticket sales close at 11:59pm on April 25. You can also purchase tickets from Ms. Smith in the Business Office with cash or check payment (please make checks payable to DeLaSalle High School, with “Prom” listed in the check memo).

Students have the opportunity today to volunteer at Sharing and Caring Hands. You need to be able to miss the last 25 minutes of your 8th period class AND email Miss Barry your intent. We will be back to school by 3:50pm. Please see Miss Barry with questions.

It’s time we find the strongest voices in technology. SHE day is a young women (in high school) focused IT education event designed to give tomorrow’s women in technology hands-on, fluff free insight on ideating, designing, and developing real world technologies. At SHE day, you’ll develop your own idea and use real world prototyping tools to bring them to life. Within 7 hours, you’ll be talkin’ and walkin’ tech and be one step closer to leaving your mark on tomorrow.

This flyer provides additional information.  Please fill out this form to register.

Don’t miss the chance to hang with your Sisters in Tech………You definitely want to SHE there!

The Child Learning Center at Mt. Olivet Lutheran Church (in Plymouth) is in need of volunteers to watch the kids from 5:00-8:00 PM on April 26th. They will provide pizza for dinner. The main job would be supervising and playing with the kids, serving them dinner, and putting a movie on for them to watch. Please contact Laura at, if you are interested.

ThreeSixty Journalism, a nonprofit program of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of St. Thomas, brings diverse teen voices into journalism through intense instruction of civic literacy, writing skills and professional readiness. This summer, ThreeSixity Journalism is offering four summer camp options. Camps take place at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul campus from 9a.m. – 5p.m. Monday through Friday. The deadline for applications is Monday, May 21, 2018. Space is limited, and it is a competitive application process. Click here for more information about camps and other ThreeSixty programming. Questions? Email ThreeSixty Engagement Manager Bao Vang or call her at 651-962-5225.