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Looking Ahead at DeLaSalle

Thursday, May 24, 2018

In this issue…
  • Class of 2018 Recognized at Senior Awards Ceremony, Commencement
  • Final Assessments Scheduled May 29, 30, 31
  • DeLaSalle Thanks Supporters at Lasallian Recognition Luncheon
  • Spring Sports Playoffs Continue
  • Work Service Shifts Available
  • Host an International Student in 2018-19
  • Still Time to Register for DeLaSalle Summer Camps
Class of 2018 Recognized at Senior Awards Ceremony, Commencement

Congratulations to the 175 members of the Class of 2018 as they graduate from DeLaSalle. Ninety-seven percent of students in the class will matriculate to college next year. The school community celebrated the graduates with a Baccalaureate Mass and Senior Recognition Ceremony on May 23. Students honored during the ceremony included Distinguished Scholars, those who received academic and activity awards, and the DeLaSalle and Islander Awards. The class will graduate tonight at 6:45pm from the Basilica of Saint Mary. Congratulations, Class of 2018, on all you have accomplished and best wishes to you in your future success!

Final Assessments Scheduled May 29, 30, 31

Students in 9th, 10th, and 11th grade will conclude the school year with final assessments over three half days May 29-31. Afternoon transportation routes will leave from DeLaSalle at 12:30pm on Tuesday, 12:15pm on Wednesday and at 11:45pm on Thursday. Please click here for the finals schedule, which includes 10 minutes for students to clean out their lockers on Tuesday. Students will also return their school-issued iPads after finals on Thursday.

DeLaSalle Thanks Supporters at Lasallian Recognition Luncheon

Our success as an institution is built in partnership with the generous support of parents, alumni, friends, and outside foundations. DeLaSalle recognized more than 200 of these partners in our Lasallian mission at our annual Lasallian Recognition Luncheon on May 22. Continue reading

Spring Sports Playoffs Continue

With seasons compressed due to the extreme weather conditions of April, the Islander spring sports programs have been on a hectic schedule to complete as much of their regular season schedules as possible.  The teams have been doing well as playoffs near. Click here to follow the Islanders in action.

Work Service Shifts Available

As a reminder, all students who received need-based financial aid for the 2017-18 school year must complete ten hours of work service before June 30. Students who receive need-based financial aid for 2018-19 may begin completing their work service obligation on Monday, June 4. Please contact Brooks Shelstad to schedule work service hours. Shifts are available:

 

 

  • Tuesday, May 29, 12:30-3:00pm
  • Thursday, May 31, 12:30-3:00pm
  • Friday, June 1, 9:30am-3:00pm
  • June, shifts available Monday-Saturday, 9:30am-3:00pm
  • July, shifts available Monday-Friday, 9:30am-3:00pm
Host an International Student in 2018-19

Islanders are known for their welcoming hospitality. DeLaSalle is looking for a family interested in hosting an international student in 2018-19. Yuan will be a sophomore this fall at DeLaSalle and enjoys science and math – and was part of a team this year that helped design an app. Hosting a student like Yuan offers a unique opportunity to build a special connection, explore new customs, and share American culture. Host families receive a housing stipend. Please contact the Office of Admission if you are interested.

Still Time to Register for DeLaSalle Summer Camps

Summer is just around the corner – and DeLaSalle is excited to host Camp Islander – a series of summer camps that help hundreds of local elementary, middle, and high school students build their skills and have fun learning new activities. Explore and register here for camps we offer in boys’ and girls’ basketball, cheer, football, boys’ and girls’ soccer, tennis, theatre, and volleyball.

 

Around DeLaSalle

DeLaSalle accepted a donation May 21 of 15 laptops from Outsell that will benefit students in two new Advanced Placement computer science courses and the redesigned Principles of Engineering course. Thanks to Mike Wethington, the CEO of Outsell and father of De alumni Mike Jr. ‘04 and Anna ‘07, for the generous contribution. Outsell staff explained their technology careers to students and answered questions about the ethics of gathering and protecting personal information online. (Photos courtesy: Matt Lehman, DeLaSalle staff)
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