Thursday, September 5, 2019
Saint Mother Teresa of Kolkata
Lord Jesus, you made Saint Mother Teresa of Kolkata an extraordinary witness to the way of spiritual childhood and a great and esteemed teacher of the value and dignity of every human life. May we follow her example in heeding Your cry of thirst from the Cross and joyfully loving You in the distressing disguise of the poorest of the poor, especially those most unloved and unwanted. Amen.
Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us.
Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!
A LA CARTE: YOGURT, GRANOLA BARS, ASSORTED BEVERAGES
A LA CARTE: TURKEY RANCH WRAP; CAESAR SALAD
4:00pm Soccer: Boys C Game vs Academy of Holy Angels @ Taft Park Richfield
4:00pm Soccer: Boys B Game vs Academy of Holy Angels @ Washington Park – Richfield
4:00pm Tennis: Girls JV Match vs Columbia Heights High School @ Columbia Heights High School
4:00pm Tennis: Girls Varsity Match vs Columbia Heights High School @ Columbia Heights High School
4:15pm Cross Country: Varsity Invitational vs Becker, Blake, Dassel-Cokato, Delano, Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity, Mayer Lutheran, Northwest Nighthawks, Providence Academy, Rockford, Rocori, Spectrum, St. Francis @ Shamrock Golf Course
4:15pm Soccer: Girls C Game vs Academy of Holy Angels @ Fort Snelling/Nieman Soccer Fields
4:15pm Volleyball: Girls 9 Gold Match vs Academy of Holy Angels @ DeLaSalle High School
4:15pm Volleyball: C Match vs Academy of Holy Angels @ DeLaSalle High School
5:00pm Soccer: Girls Varsity vs Academy of Holy Angels @ DeLaSalle High School
5:30pm Soccer: Girls JV Game vs Academy of Holy Angels @ Academy of Holy Angels
5:30pm Volleyball: JV Match vs Academy of Holy Angels @ DeLaSalle High School
7:00pm Soccer: Boys Varsity Game vs Academy of Holy Angels @ DeLaSalle High School
7:00pm Volleyball: Varsity Match vs Academy of Holy Angels @ DeLaSalle High School
7:30pm Soccer: Boys JV Game vs Academy of Holy Angels @ Academy of Holy Angels
In the news…
DeLaSalle students and families can apply for free and reduced lunch benefits. Benefits continue through October 8 for those students who received free or reduced lunch in the 2018-19 school year at DeLaSalle. Students must submit a new application each school year. You can now complete the application online through LunchTime Net. Click here for more information and to start your application today. If you have already turned in a paper application, then Pam Beckman, DeLaSalle’s food services director, will be in touch with you shortly about your application status.
Students who participate in after school tutoring, athletics, and activities can get a free snack from the Cafe after school each day through a federally funded program. The DeLaSalle Cafe will be open Mondays through Fridays, from 3:00-3:30pm. Students must enter their ID number to receive the snack or purchase an item, which is the same number they would enter if they bought items during breakfast or lunch. The healthy snack will rotate and options include fruit, crackers, milk, juice, cheese sticks, and granola bars. Grab ‘n go a la carte items such as chips, sports drinks, yogurt, and more will also be available for purchase.
In an effort to recognize and celebrate various cultures and ethnicities at DeLaSalle and in our world, LEAP (Lasallians for Equity and Peace) is initiating awareness activities and will be starting with Latino Heritage Month, September 15- October 15. If you are interested in helping plan, please attend a lunchtime meeting in the Lasallian Ministry office today. Bring your lunch.
LEAP (Lasallians for Equity and Peace) will host its first meeting tomorrow in D104 (Fishbowl) during lunches. We will discuss our plans for the school year as well as additional information. Open for everyone! We’ll have cookies!
Everyone is welcome at the Student Council’s first Town Hall Meeting! Student council representatives are eager to gather your ideas and feedback about Homecoming and other activities for first semester. There will be a meeting during each lunch period on Monday, September 9 in Ms. Longman’s room, B110.
Juniors with a 3.5 cumulative GPA and Seniors with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 who are not currently in National Honor Society are invited to pick up an eligibility packet from Ms. Wagner or Ms. Wojda. The process for selection involves an essay, so be sure to pick up your packet on the 4th so you will have an entire week to get it completed. Completed packets are due on Wednesday, September 11 no later than 4 PM. Last names begin with A-L: Pick up and return packets to Ms. Wagner in A207. Last names begin with M-Z: Pick up and return packets to Ms. Wojda in B211.
If you are interested in being on the step team this school year please attend an informational meeting in the Lasallian Ministry office (Christian Brothers Hall) at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 10. The first practice will be on Saturday, September 14 from 1-3. Please see Ms. Hodapp with any questions.
Are you interested in a sustainable lifestyle, organic gardening, green technologies, greening up your school and the surrounding community? Come join us after school on Tuesday, September 10. We will meet in the kitchen then go to the garden (we might even have a “green” snack).
DeLaSalle Theatre is excited to announce auditions for the fall play, TWENTY THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA. Adapted and directed by James Buffington, based on the novel by Jules Verne
Callbacks: TODAY Thursday, September 5th 3:15pm – 6pm in D117.
Rehearsal Dates: 8/9 – 11/8. Tech week is 11/9 – 11/13
Performance Dates: November 14th, 15th, 16th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd at 7:30pm
Cast Size: The director is looking for 10 – 20 on stage performers: actors, puppeteers, and musicians.
About Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea: Professor Aronnax, and her assistant, Conseil, are tasked by the US government to discover what kind of creature is attacking ships across the oceans in 1866. Along with Ned Land, king of harpooners, they are quickly introduced to the cause of all the destruction – The uncanny submarine, Nautilus, and it’s captain, the mysterious Nemo. What begins as a hunt becomes an undersea journey where our heroes must battle countless adversaries both human and monstrous along the way, all while witnessing the possibilities of science and the dark depths of the human mind.
Audition Preparation: Twenty Thousand Leagues is an adventure tale and the director is looking for students to bring energy and fun to their audition. No need to prepare as audition sides will be available the day of the audition. If you prefer to prepare a monologue, please limit your piece to two minutes.
For questions, email Mr. Buffington.
The Inklings (formerly known as The Lord of the Rings Book Club) will begin to meet in later October when fall sports are concluded. We meet after school every other week in Ms. Wojda’s room, B211. Watch The Source for our first meeting date. IN THE MEANWHILE, grab a copy of The Fellowship of the Ring and read Book I, Chapters 1-12. If you have any questions, see Ms. Arens, Mr. Newman, Mr. John, or Ms. Wojda.
DeLaSalle’s athletic trainer, Cindy Schlafmann, is available to meet with and provide training support to student athletes. She works in the athletic training office in the Main Gym. Her fall athletic training hours are:
- Monday: 3:00-5:00pm
- Tuesday: 5:00-7:00pm (Cindy will be outside working home soccer games)
- Wednesday: 3:00-5:00pm
- Thursday: 5:00-7:00pm (Cindy will be outside working home soccer games)
- Friday: 3:00- 5:00pm then heading to all home and away football games
DeLaSalle students looking to enroll in a U.S. service academy can learn more at an information night on Tuesday, September 10. Representatives from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, the Naval Academy, the Air Force Academy, the Coast Guard Academy, and the Merchant Marine Academy will participate in the program from 6:00-8:00pm at the Providence Academy Performing Arts Center. The event – hosted by the office of Congressman Dean Phillips – is open to the public and it does not matter which congressional district you live in.
Get prepared with this presentation for students and parents/guardians on the many options for paying for college. Take away tools for navigating the new FAFSA; applying to colleges, researching scholarships, grants and loan options; all in a way that makes sense for your family. Resources from the Minnesota Offices of Higher Education will be available.
Wednesday, September 11 from 6:30pm-7:30pm | Room D104 (Schulze Lab)
The University of Notre Dame, Washington University in St. Louis, Johns Hopkins University, and Emory University admission representatives look forward to seeing you soon! During our program for students and parents, our universities will host a presentation and then be available for individual conversation afterward. In August and September 2019, admission officers from our universities will host a group presentation and then be available for questions during an hour and a half program for you and your family in the following areas.
Sunday, September 15 at 1:00 PM | St Paul Academy and Summit School – St. Paul, MN
Sunday, September 15 at 7:00 PM | Minneapolis Marriott West – Minneapolis, MN
Holy Cross/Saint John Paul II is looking for DeLaSalle Scholars who would be willing to volunteer on Sunday, September 15th – Family Fun Day! They would love as many volunteers as possible during 2-hour shifts to manage game stations, engage the crowd, and have fun!
Contact email@example.com if interested.
Do you know someone grades K-12 or have you yourself done some impactful work in the area of service? They/you might be eligible for a Give Award. The Kid Advisory Board of Simon Says Give is seeking nominations for outstanding youth leaders. Check out their website and nominate someone today. Nominations close September 22.
The Guidance office receives information about scholarship opportunities available for students and families. Scholarships, such as the following, exist at every grade level:
- Amount: $1,000
- Deadline: September 30, 2019
- How to apply: Complete the application form below including a 140-character message about texting while driving. The top 10 applications will be selected as finalists. The finalists will be asked to write a full length 500- to 1,000-word essay about texting while driving.