Friday, March 29, 2019 (opens in a new window)
Let us remember that we are in the holy presence of God.
Dear Lord, help me every single morning to find faith in the midst of the chaos. Give me the desire and ability to see You, hear You, talk to You, and give thanks to You. We ask this in your name, Amen.
Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us.
Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!
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In today’s news…
Robotic technologies are gaining steam all across America’s agricultural landscape, improving farming yields and sustainable practices that help feed a growing population..But can robots sink a bank shot? Join Land O’Lakes and basketball legend David Robinson as we watch university robotics teams (and their hoops-shooting robots) square off in a friendly game of H-O-R-S-E on Sunday, April 7, from 12:00-2:00pm, at DeLaSalle High School. Learn more about the event and RSVP here.
Students may go on their own or ride a bus/van to the event with Ms. McAdams and Ms. Carter. This is an annual event that takes place in the Catholic high school community and gives students, parents, and caretakers a chance to visit in person with college admissions representatives from over 100 colleges. Click here, for a list of colleges that will be present at the Fair.
Please check in with Ms. McAdams and Ms. Carter when you arrive. Logistics are as follows:
- Please fill out this google form, if you plan to take the bus from DLS to the College Fair at Benilde-St. Margaret’s. The bus sign up closes on Friday, April 5. Students may drive to this event on their own as well.
- Departure: 6:15pm from the front of the DeLaSalle, look for Ms. Carter or Ms. McAdams
- Return: Leave Benilde-St. Margaret’s at 8:30pm and arrive at DeLaSalle at 8:50pm
- Attire: If you are coming from a sports competition it’s fine to wear your uniform, other students should follow the out of uniform dress code.
The ACLU Summer Advocacy Program (July 20-26) brings together high school students from across the United States to participate in a firsthand learning experience for the next generation of social justice advocates. During this week-long program in Washington, DC, students participate in electives and seminars led by lobbyists, community activists, lawyers, and ACLU experts to enhance their knowledge of civil liberties, social justice issues, and advocacy campaigns. The Close Up Foundation – a DC based civic education non-profit – partners with the ACLU to provide substantive experiential learning and small group discussion opportunities throughout the program. To read more about the program, please visit our website.
- The application can be found here.
- Applications are due by April 14.
- Financial Aid is available (full and partial scholarships).
- High school-aged students who are 15-18* years old are welcome to apply. *High school graduates are eligible to apply for the Advanced Advocacy Program.
Please reach out to ACLU at 703.706.3555 or email@example.com with any questions.
The Service Days are:
*Students must be present all three days from 8:00am-4:45pm.