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Wednesday, August 22, 2018

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

I lift my heart to you, O Lord, to be strengthened for this day. Amen

Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us.

Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!

On today’s calendar…



In today’s news…

If you are a trained Eucharistic Minister and willing to distribute communion at our Masses, please email Ms. Hodapp to sign up. We need additional ones for Friday’s Mass.

Are you curious about the plays, musicals and one-acts this year? Do you want to learn about auditions before you try out? Come to our information meeting Today at 3:15pm in Room D117 and meet the directors and coaches and learn all about our fall shows and the rest of the season. Stage veteran? Theatre fan? interested to try out but not sure what to do? All are welcome. Email Mr. Buffington for more information:

DeLaSalle Theatre is excited to announce auditions for our fall play, The World’s Greatest Detective, and our fall musical, Evita. We’ll be auditioning both shows at the same time, so you can come out for either show – or try out for both.

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.

Show summaries:

  • 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.

Do you have questions? email Mr. Buffington:

Technical Crew positions are also available; please email Mr. Buffington if you are interested.

DeLaSalle college counselors will provide a college planning session for Juniors on Thursday, August 23. The program will be held in D104 from 6:30-7:30pm. Learn important dates and benchmarks to meet in your junior and senior year as you select and apply for admission and financial aid. Though specifically geared toward junior students and families, all DeLaSalle families are welcome.

Photographers will be on campus to take pictures of all students, including seniors, and staff for the current school ID card. Students must be dressed in school uniform. Parents may review, select, and pay for a photo package through the Lifetouch website. Parents will have up to 48 hours after Picture Day to complete their online order. Please refer to DeLaSalle’s Picture Day ID MI198053Y0. Just by ordering online, they will receive a coupon code via email for one free Shutterfly 8×8 (20 page) hard cover photo book, as well as ongoing special discounts and offers from Shutterfly & Lifetouch.

We will be joining together as a community for our first all school Mass of the Holy Spirit on Friday, August 24 immediately following 1st period. This Mass is traditionally celebrated as a way to commence a new year together and ask for the guidance of the Holy Spirit in our academics, co-curricular activities, and daily life. Fr. Bruno Nwachukwu, will be our celebrant.Students are asked to leave all personal items, including iPads, secured in their first hour classroom and move to the Florance Center to be seated with your class in a designated location. Please move quickly and quietly and move all the way into the row. No food, drink or gum is allowed during all school assemblies.

Solar panels and waste sorting and beehives, oh my!

The GREEN Team is seeking environmental superstars and supporters of all kinds t​o ​help make the world ​a more sustainable and vibrant place to live​. If you like working with others in the garden, the kitchen, the classroom, and the community to make our school and surroundings a better place, th​e​n look no further!

Our first meeting will be Tuesday, August 28th at 3:10PM in room B311 ​(and, if you miss that meeting, feel free to join us on any other Tuesday afternoon right after school in Mr. York’s room).​ ​ ​

​If you’re still not sure – we’re also a great option for those who enjoy delicious afternoon snacks, who are interested in field trips to cool places like aquaponics labs and bee labs, and/or who have great ideas on projects to make our school an even more fantastic place to be. Bring your ideas and friends to GREEN Team!​

Contact Mr. Lynch in Christian Brothers Hall or at if you have any questions.

A student or parent may deposit cash or check payment into a student’s cafeteria account in the Main Office at the school during normal business hours. If you are depositing money via check, please include the student’s last name and ID number in the check memo.

Families may also deposit electronically. Click here for more information and to get started.

Brother Ryan will again this year be collection box tops for education, and in addition, he is collecting Pop tabs for Ronald McDonald House, and Pop cans to cash in to benefit Sharing and Caring Hands. If you have any of these items please consider placing them in the boxes at Bro Ryan’s classroom!

Families are reminded that all students who receive financial aid based on need for the 2018-19 school year are required to schedule and complete 10 hours of work-service in return for their grant. (Students who receive only a Presidential Scholarship are not required to complete work-service.) Many students have completed their required work-service during the summer. Most students still need to schedule their 10 hours of work-service during the school year. Parents should contact Kyle Huggar at 612.676.7600 to do so.