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Tuesday, May 1, 2018

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

God of mercy and compassion, thank you for the extraordinary life, witness, and ministry of Religious Brothers in our Church. In your wisdom, you have called these ordinary men to generously serve, pray, and share your healing love with others. Grant all Religious Brothers the grace and perseverance they need to proclaim your Holy Word for the life of our Church. Amen

Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us.

Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!

On today’s calendar…



Schedule subject to change, please check the Activities Calendar for updates.

  • 3:45pm Golf: Girls Varsity Match vs. Visitation @ Mendakota Country Club
  • 4:00pm Tennis: Boys JV Match vs. Fridley High School @ Fridley High School
  • 4:00pm Tennis: Boys Varsity Match vs. Fridley High School @ Fridley High School
  • 4:15pm Softball: JV Game vs. Visitation @ Bryn Mawr
  • 4:15pm Softball: Varsity Game vs. Visitation @ Bryn Mawr
  • 4:15pm Track & Field: All Meet vs. Columbia Heights High School, Fridley High School, Visitation @ Columbia Heights High School
  • 4:30pm Lacrosse: Boys JV Game St. Cloud Tech vs. Minnehaha Co-op @ Minnehaha Academy South Campus
  • 5:00pm Lacrosse: Girls JV Game Minnehaha/DeLaSalle vs. St. Croix Preparatory Academy @ St. Croix Preparatory Academy
  • 6:00pm Lacrosse: Boys Varsity Game St. Cloud Tech vs. Minnehaha Co-op @ Minnehaha Academy South Campus
  • 6:30pm Lacrosse: Girls Varsity Game Minnehaha/DeLaSalle vs. St. Croix Preparatory Academy @ St. Croix Preparatory Academy

In today’s news…

DeLaSalle will celebrate seniors and their postsecondary plans on National College Decision Day. On this day, seniors may be out of uniform if they are wearing apparel representing their college or postsecondary decisions. During lunches, seniors are invited to the stage to sign our graduation destination poster indicating where they are attending college, enter a raffle for a chance to win a dorm refrigerator, and get a treat from the counseling office!

Students who park in the Nicollet Island Pavilion overflow parking lot (just south of the Hennepin Avenue bridge) should note the parking lot will be unavailable on two upcoming dates because the Nicollet Island Pavilion needs the parking for two scheduled events. The parking lot will be used for breakfast events on Tuesday, May 1 and Tuesday, May 15. Students are strongly encouraged to carpool, get a ride to and from school, or use public transportation on those dates. Thank you for your cooperation.

If you have a negative lunch account balance, you need to make it positive by today, in order to buy breakfast, lunch, or a la carte items from the DeLaSalle Cafe. Click here for information about how to access and deposit money into your account. Please deposit funds into your account by Tuesday, to ensure your account is positive by lunch time. If you receive free or reduced lunch benefits, your account cannot be negative either.

DeLaSalle invites families and friends to join us at the annual Spring Concert and Art Show on Wednesday at 7:00pm in the Florance Center. Honors II art students will display art work in the Schulze Lab (D104) starting at 5:30pm. Guests can participate in an interactive art project while waiting in line or before the concert. The finished project will be displayed in Albers Atrium after the concert. Unable to attend? Watch a livestream here

If you have participated in the CPR/AED blended learning class, please set up a time to test out with Mr. C. You will need to pay $5 to Ms. Smith in the business office and bring your certificate of completion to Mr. C. You can either email Mr. C or come to his office during your lunch to set up an appointment to test out. Please set an appointment by Friday this week. Testing will begin this Thursday and continue into next week. Thank you and have a great day.

The TableTop Games Club will be playing Pandemic this Thursday, in B307. Come play this cooperative board game where you are CDC workers fighting multiple diseases across the globe. Watch Wil Wheaton’s TableTop for an introduction to the rules.

Our speaker who was scheduled for April 19th will be here on Thursday during all lunches in room D104. This meeting is mandatory. Lunch will be provided in order to maximize our time with the speaker so, please come directly to the room at the BEGINNING of your lunch period. Thank you!

You will all recall the remarkable performance by Bernard Woma and the Saakumu Dance Troupe from Ghana on March 2nd. Bernard had been suffering with cancer but did not share that with us. We were informed on Friday that he passed away. Please keep Bernard, the dance troupe and all of his friends and family in your prayers. We were so blessed by his presence and that of his group. What an awesome experience for everyone in the school to dance together on the gym floor. May his soul rest in peace.

Registration is full for the June driver’s education class. There is a class being offered in late July and early August. Click here for registration details.

All AP students were required to attend the AP pre-administration session on April 19th. You are required to make this up during your next available lunch period. Please see Ms. Carter or Ms. Braun in Counseling and College Advising for more information.

Are you interested in representing next year’s sophomore, junior, or senior class on Student Council? If so, stop by Mr. Sczepanski’s room or the main office and pick up a form! Interested students must attend an informational meeting on May 1st and complete all other requirements on the form to have their name on the ballot. All required materials must be turned in to Mr. Sczepanski by Tuesday, May 8th, by 3:15pm. Class Representative Elections will be held on Wednesday, May 16th in designated classes for each grade. Please contact Mr. Sczepanski if you have any questions.

This would be a summer program for students (16+) that have an interest in helping the families staying in our shelter. Time commitments would be a minimum of 2-4 hours per week volunteering in our early childhood classrooms. If you are interested, contact Tom Golembeck via email.

The Lasallian Ministry office is still seeking participants for the trip to the Blackfeet Indian Reservation this summer. We need at least 10 to make it happen. If you would like more information and to sign up, please follow this link.

Join the hundreds of students who build their skills and have fun learning new activities during one of nine Camp Islander camps offered through DeLaSalle this June and July. Registration is underway for Camp Islander 2018, with camps for boys’ and girls’ basketball, cheer, football, boys’ and girls’ soccer, tennis, theatre, and volleyball. Click here for more information and to register.

DeLaSalle, in partnership with ACT Ready, will offer a four-week class in June to help juniors achieve their best possible scores on the July ACT exam. The class will meet at DeLaSalle on MondayTuesday, and Wednesday mornings during the weeks of June 11, 18, 25 and July 9. The class costs $200; the cost is $40 for students who qualify for free or reduced lunch benefits. Interested juniors may read more here and are invited to complete and submit an application by May 1. Class size is limited and may be filled before May 1. Questions? Please contact Barbara McAdams in the DeLaSalle Guidance office at 612-676-7621 or Mary Ann Dorsher with ACT Ready at 612-250-8122.