Monday, August 20, 2018
Let us remember that we are in the holy presence of God.
Our creator, our savior, our companion, bless this journey of a new school year that we undertake today.
Refresh our souls and renew our spirits as we embrace the beautiful ministry you have called us to.
We welcome those who are new to this community and ask that you strengthen them to share the wonderful gifts you have given them.
Lord, make our hearts pure as we prepare for the return of students to this school, and may you guide them to return with open hearts and minds eager to learn.
We ask this in Your name, Amen.
Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us.
Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!
On today’s calendar…
- Assembly/Period 1: 8:30-9:45
- Period 2: 9:50-10:30
- Period 3: 10:35-11:15
- Period 4: 11:20-12:00
- Period 5: 12:05-12:45
- Period 6: 12:50-1:30
- Period 7: 1:35-2:15
- Period 8: 2:20-3:00
In today’s news…
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August 22 & 23, 3:30pm – 5:30pm
- 8/22 – Dance & Read – D117
- 8/23 – Sing & Read -D117
We will have call backs as needed on 8/24 after school in the Florance Center.
- The World’s Greatest Detective – There is a new criminal mastermind in London during the summer of 1890, but the Queen isn’t worried. Her Majesty and the people of London rest easy because Sherlock Holmes is on the case. But don’t be fooled, he’s NOT the greatest detective. In fact, he can barely spell. It is not Dr. Watson, either. He’s not much better. What Holmes and Watson do have is the Doctor’s wife, Mary, and their young housekeeper. Her name is Ms. Elizabeth Hudson, the world’s greatest detective.
- Evita – This musical is based on the historical story of María Eva Duarte de Perón, a poor Argentinian girl who grows up to be the wife of the president of Argentina, worshipped by her people. As First Lady of Argentina, she aligns herself with the poor, winning herself, and Perón, popularity among Argentinians. Evita becomes a hero to the poor and the working class—and an enemy to the rich. A young and unknown revolutionary, Ché, narrates the rise and fall of the beloved matriarch of the Argentinian people.
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Technical Crew positions are also available; please email Mr. Buffington if you are interested.