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Friday, October 12, 2018

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

“Entrust yourself entirely to God. He is a Father and a most loving Father at that, who would rather let heaven and earth collapse than abandon anyone who trusted in him.”
– Saint Paul of the Cross

Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us.

Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!

On today’s calendar…

BREAKFAST PIZZA, FRUIT OR FRUIT JUICE, MILK

ENTREE: BUILD YOUR OWN BAKED POTATO BAR, CHILI, BROCCOLI WITH CHEESE SAUCE; A LA CARTE: CAESAR SALAD; ITALIAN STYLE HOAGIES

All college visits take place in the Guidance office B102, unless otherwise noted. In order to meet with a college rep, you must register for the visit through your Naviance account and notify your teacher at least one day before the visit. You may show your teacher your iPad with the registration on Naviance as your pass. Remember, you are responsible for any work you miss during your visit with the college rep.  The Guidance office will give students passes back to class if the visit does not take the whole period.

Today

  • Loyola University – Chicago: 11:50am – 12:50pm

Next Week

Monday

  • University of Kansas: 10:15am – 11:15am

Tuesday

  • Boston College: 9:15am – 10:15am

Wednesday

  • Notre Dame on the Road: 7pm – 9pm

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

  • 7:00pm Football: Varsity Game vs. Orono @ DeLaSalle High School

In today’s news…

On Monday, 12th graders will have a 27-minute assembly between Periods 1 and 2. Representatives from Jostens will be meeting with the 12th graders to collect information from students regarding graduation and there will be important announcements to remind seniors about college applications. This will be in the Florance Center.

9-11th graders will go through a 25 minute exercise on Monday as part of first hour class to provide feedback on their current experience with our 8 period – 44 minute per class day. The conversations from the 9-11 grade will provide valuable information to the scheduling committee who are researching possible scheduling options for the future. Please be prepared to discuss your likes and dislikes of the current format and the affect this format has on your learning. Please keep ideas in mind to share on Monday as you walk around school today.

LEAP returns today during 4th, 5th, and 6th lunches in the Schulze Learning Lab (D-104). DeLaSalle alum Martin Bownik from the class of 1987 will be speaking about his role at Feed My Starving Children, an organization that provides meals to children in need across the world.

You can help raise funds for cancer research this week at DeLaSalle. The football team will host its “Tackle Cancer” game tonight against Orono here at home at 7:00pm. Join us as we partner with the Minnesota Football Coaches Association and the Randy Shaver Cancer Foundation. Fans may purchase tickets to win raffle prizes, donate directly to cancer research, and are encouraged to wear pink in support of cancer awareness.

Also, a huge thanks to everyone who contributed Wednesday night at the volleyball game. Fans helped raise several hundred dollars for the Side Out Foundation.

DeLaSalle Theatre presents its first production of the 2018-19 season “The World’s Greatest Detective,” which is written and directed by James Buffington. Showtimes are October 5, 6, 11, and 12, at 7:30pm, on the Friendshuh Stage in the Florance Center. Reserved tickets cost $15; general admission $10; seniors and non-DeLaSalle students $8 and De students are free with their school ID. You may buy reserved tickets here.

“There is a new criminal mastermind in London during the summer of 1888, 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’s not Dr. Watson, either. He’s not much better. What Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson do have is a young housekeeper. Her name is Ms. Elizabeth Hudson, The World’s Greatest Detective.” Click here to purchase reserved tickets for a show.

Do you enjoy playing chess? Do you want to learn how to play chess? Please join us for drop-in chess games on Tuesdays 3:00-4:15 in Room A208. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Kocourek.

A collaboration between the Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul and FilmNorth, Cine Latino’s Youth Social Media Team will be composed of 7-10 students, ages 13-19. The team will be directly involved at the Cine Latino Film Festival, to be held from November 8-11th at the St. Anthony Main Theater in Minneapolis.

Across 3-4 meetings in October leading up to the Festival, the team will explore the world of media marketing in film, including social outreach, strategy and the creative process. The team will develop social media content related to the festival, including social posts and interviews. At the Festival, the team will operate as the “eyes and ears” of Cine Latino, crafting content that highlights the festival’s visiting filmmakers and audiences. The team will explore a diverse range of media-making, including video production, video documenting, crafting narratives, social engagement and more. For more information, click here.

To sign up, please complete this form or send an email to the Film Society Educational Programming Coordinator, Destiny Davison.

Volunteers are needed for the Holy Name Fall Festival at Risen Christ School (3637 11th Ave S Mpls., MN) on Sunday, October 14. Students will help with serving food or children’s games. Volunteer shifts are from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm or 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm or both shifts. Lunch will be provided.
If interested, please contact Monica at monicamiles001@gmail.com.

Join the Guidance office for some “October Madness” and get help on your college application!

  • An Essay Writing Workshop will be held Friday, October 12.
  • Seniors are invited each Friday in October to gather in the college advising office (B102) after school to work on their college applications. During October Madness 4 Seniors, counselors will be on hand to help and answer questions as well as provide some nourishment to get students through the late afternoon. Seniors are encouraged to come, stay, and enjoy a relaxed and supportive atmosphere with their friends and work on their applications together! This is a great way to make progress toward November 1 deadlines.
  • The University of Notre Dame will hold a citywide information meeting at DeLaSalle on Wednesday, October 17, from 6:00-9:30pm in D104. Matthew Greene, an admissions representative for the Minneapolis area, will present and hold a question-and-answer session. We encourage you to attend to better understand how the admission process works at Notre Dame or other highly selective schools.
  • Juniors will attend the National College Fair at the Minneapolis Convention Center the morning of Thursday, October 25.
  • DeLaSalle students and families are invited to meet with representatives from Jesuit colleges as part of the Jesuit Excellence Tour. Representatives will be at De on Thursday, October 25, from 6:00-7:00pm, in D104.
  • Representatives from colleges and universities regularly visit DeLaSalle to meet with students. You may find a calendar of upcoming college representative visits here.

Please see a college advisor with questions.

October is National Respect Life Month, a time to recognize the sacredness of all life from conception to natural death. Lasallian Ministry will host both a Baby Item and Sock Drive during the entire month. In addition to annual baby item drive for the Life Care Center, which will again take place in Albers Atrium beginning October 1, we are also having a sock drive for St. Stephen’s Shelter. Students may bring new adult socks into their first hour class and the class with the most socks collected will earn a free breakfast in November.

Learn about other ways in which Islanders can participate in Respect Life Month.