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Friday, October 26, 2018

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

Blessed are the Peacemakers,
for they shall be known as the Children of God.
But I say to you that hear, love your enemies,
do good to those who hate you,
bless those who curse you,
pray for those who abuse you.
To those who strike you on the cheek, offer the other also,
and from those who take away your cloak,
do not withhold your coat as well.
Give to everyone who begs from you,
and of those who take away your goods, do not ask them again.
And as you wish that others would do to you, do so to them. Amen.

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: HOT DOG, CHIPS, CARROT STICKS; A LA CARTE: TURKEY ON BAGEL; CAESAR SALADS

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

  • American University: 12:55pm – 1:55pm

Next Week

Wednesday

  • St. Catherine University: 1:30pm – 2:30pm

We will follow this adjusted class schedule today. Please note the change in class order – we will go Periods 1, Assembly, 2, 4, 5, 6, 3, 7,8:

Period 1: 8:30-9:01
Assembly: 9:06-11:06
Period 2: 11:14-11:42
Period 4: 11:47-12:15
Period 5: 12:20-12:48
Period 6: 12:53-1:21
Period 3: 1:26-1:54
Period 7: 1:59-2:27
Period 8: 2:32-3:00

In today’s news…

Today we gather for a celebration of culture. At our event we will have several invited guests and performers. These people are here to share their talents with us as well as observe our awesome student body in action. Let’s show them our spirit of respect. We hope you have enjoyed our 21st annual diversity week Lasallians Hearts on Fire: Diversity Week 2018.

During the month of November, Christians around the world remember their loved ones who have died. For our All Saints Day liturgy, we are putting together an ofrenda table, a traditional Day of the Dead ritual, and invite all students, teachers, and staff to bring in a framed picture of a loved one who has passed away. After the liturgy, we will move the pictures to the 2nd floor trophy case in B building so we can remember our loved ones throughout November.

We invite you to bring a framed picture of your loved one with a post-it note on the back with your name and your loved one’s name to Mr. Rogers in the Learning Center (D-105) so we can remember our loved ones who have died. We prefer that your framed photo be wallet sized, 4×6, or 5×7.

On Monday, October 29, DeLaSalle hosts its first Open House for prospective students and their parents.  Many current students first visited De at an Open House in previous years.  Because we will need to set up for the Open House and clean the entire campus earlier in the afternoon, we ask that all students not involved in work service or a previously scheduled, after school activity please leave campus immediately after school on Monday.  The Library and D-104 will be closed at 3:15 p.m. on Monday.  The entire B building will be closed at 3:15 p.m. on Monday.  Thank you for understanding this request and making plans now to go home immediately after school on the 29th.

Interested in being a Eucharistic Minister during school Masses? Eucharistic Minister training will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 31st during all lunches in the Lasallian Ministry office. Please get your lunch right away and bring it to the Campus Ministry office for a quick training.
Note: Eucharistic Ministers need to be confirmed in the Catholic faith.

On Saturday, November 3th, DeLaSalle will join other Lasallian high schools to recognize the reality of homelessness and help raise awareness and funds.

  • When: 7:00pm Saturday, November 3 – 7:00am Sunday, November 4
  • Participant Donation: $10
  • Donation will include a food, speaker, Mass, and activities.

Money collected will go to Simpson Shelter & Bridge for Youth!
**Bring warm clothes, sleeping bag, tents, etc. – we are going to do our best to sleep outside the entire night!

Registration Deadline: Wednesday, October 31st
Permission Slip needed for this event
Questions: Contact Ms. Stecklein

Want to join a fun winter activity? Audition for Speech! Thursday, November 1st after school in the Schulz Lab (North side, by the blue wall). Bring something to read/perform, or use one of ours! First come first served. Questions? Email Coach James at jarroyo-miller@apps.delasalle.com or Coach Schu at jschumacher@apps.delasalle.com

All students need to clean out their athletic lockers (unless their fall sport is still in season for playoffs) by Friday, November 2. Students need to clean out their locker, even if they intend on participating in a winter sport.

If you love soccer and love writing, Minneapolis City provides the best platform to engage with other fans and promote your work. It has a top publishing platform, a strong brand, excellent training and editing from professional writers, and is an amazing team.

Writers who have covered the Mighty Crows have gone on to write for The Athletic, The Guardian, SI.com, and Pro Soccer USA. Others have used their experience with SB Nation to give themselves additional professional opportunities in marketing, social media, advertising, and more. If you’re interested in a media-focused career, or are just a passionate sports fan looking to advance the conversation, there isn’t a better place to start than with Mpls City.

Content Contributor: feature and gameday coverage writing. Typically, site contributors write at least every other week in the offseason on topics that they choose with guidance of the Editor. Contributors may also potentially help with social media promotion, copy editing, or other duties.

If you are interested, please e-mail Adam Pribyl at adam.pribyl@delasalle.com

Don’t miss the chance to get inspired by women like you succeeding in STEM (Science, Math Engineering and Technology). Come to the Best Buy in Richfield, MN on Thursday, November 1, from 6:30- 8:30pm to meet a panel of women leading the way in these careers. There will be panelists from General Mills, TCH, Medtronic, Keyot, CH Robinson, Best Buy, Mayo clinic, Land O Lakes, US air Force, and Cirrus Aircraft. If you cannot attend this free event it will be live streamed. For more details on the event and how to register click here.

Come support former DeLaSalle Star Gabe Kalscheur in his 1st collegiate game on Tuesday, November, 6th at 7pm! The Gophers will battle Nebraska-Omaha to tip-off the 2018-19 Basketball Season.

Use this link to purchase your Gopher tickets electronically. Enter the Promo Code: DeLaSalleMBB18 to receive a discount! For questions or more information, contact Dalton Stevens at (612) 626-0807 or stevensd@umn.edu. GO GOPHERS!

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

  • 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.
  • 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.

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.