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Thursday, October 10, 2019

Loving God, everything you created is good. We have received life from your hands. We have been created male and female with the power to love and care for each other and to share in your creation. We thank you for this gift. We ask your help to cherish and respect what you have created. Amen

Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us.
Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!

 

Daily Digest

ENTRÉE: SCRAMBLED EGGS, HASH BROWN, FRUIT OR FRUIT JUICE, MILK
A LA CARTE: YOGURT, GRANOLA BARS, ASSORTED BEVERAGES

ENTRÉE: GYRO SANDWICH PLATE (CHICKEN/BEEF/HUMMUS), TABOULI SALAD, TZAZIKI SAUCE, ROASTED YUKON GOLD POTATOES (V)
A LA CARTE: ITALIAN HOAGIE; CHEF SALAD WITH BACON

All college visits take place in the Guidance Office (B102) unless otherwise noted. In order to meet with a college rep, you must register through your Naviance account and notify your teacher at least one day before the visit. (Follow this guide for more information.) 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. The Guidance Office will give students passes back to class if the visit does not take the whole class period.

Thursday

  • Winona State University · 12:45 – 1:45pm

Friday

  • Holy Cross College-IN · 2:15 – 3:00pm

Monday

  • University of Minnesota – Rochester · 1:00 – 2:00pm

Tuesday

  • University of Kansas · 1:30 – 2:15pm

 

4:15pm  Football: C Game vs St. Louis Park @ St. Louis Park High School Track

4:15pm  Volleyball: Girls 9 Gold Game vs. Minneapolis South @ DeLaSalle High School

4:15pm  Volleyball: Girls C Game vs. Minneapolis South @ DeLaSalle High School

5:30pm  Volleyball: Girls JV Game vs. Minneapolis South @ DeLaSalle High School

7:00pm  Volleyball: Girls Varsity Game vs. Minneapolis South @ DeLaSalle High School

 

*For the most up-to-date information about athletic competitions, matches, or games, please refer to the DeLaSalle’s Activities website and calendar.

 

In the news…

Book Drive · Lasallian Ministry will hold a children’s book drive during National Respect for Life Month. During the month of October, 1st-hour classes will collect books for infants through children in 3rd grade.

Baby Drive · Again this year, the DeLaSalle community will hold a baby drive for Abria, a Minneapolis-based agency that supports expectant and new mothers. Needed items can be donated in the portable crib located in Albers Atrium.

Winter sports are just around the corner! DeLaSalle students who wish to participate in a winter sport must register for the sport before it holds its first practice. Students received an email with a registration link and season start dates. As a reminder, DeLaSalle students must have a current physical (current within the last three years) and Minnesota State High School League eligibility statement on file with the Activities Office before they can participate in a sport. DeLaSalle offers winter sports in boys’ and girls’ basketball, JV competition cheer, boys’ and girls’ hockey, sideline cheer, boys’ swimming, and wrestling. Our hockey, wrestling, and swimming teams are co-op programs with other schools.

Learn more about our athletic programs here. Contact the Activities Office with questions.

Parents, come learn about DeLaSalle’s comprehensive student activities program at our next monthly meeting! We’re excited to host a panel discussion with Director of Student Activities, Keelie Sorensen, and coaches and moderators from several programs, including athletics, Lasallian Ministry, Speech, Student Council, Theatre, and more. Panelists will discuss student participation, parent volunteer opportunities, good sportsmanship and how to balance activities and academics. As always, there will be good food and even better conversation.

Monday, October 14, 6:30-8:00pm · Schulze Lab (D104)

All ninth, tenth, and eleventh-grade students will take standardized tests on Wednesday, October 16.

Ninth graders will take the Iowa Test of Educational Development; tenth graders will take the PLAN (preliminary ACT); and eleventh graders will take the PSAT (preliminary SAT). Students will be dismissed at 12:20pm and afternoon transportation routes will leave at 12:30pm.

Twelfth graders are excused from classes on October 16 and are strongly encouraged to use the time to visit colleges.

Parent-Student-Teacher conferences allow parents, students, and teachers an opportunity to discuss a student’s academic progress. You do not need an appointment to hold a conference with a teacher. Instead, you can meet with teachers at your own pace and whenever they are available. Please respect that teachers have many families who wish to meet with them and may limit your conference to 10-15 minutes.

Wednesday, October 16, 3:00-8:00pm

Thursday, October 17, 11:00am-7:00pm

Do you need to burn off some energy? Come workout with Mr. C! The Fitness center will be open during lunches as follows:

  • Mondays: 4th Lunch
  • Tuesdays: 5th Lunch
  • Thursdays: 6th Lunch

Are you interested in becoming a lawyer? Or testifying in a state courthouse? Mock Trial is open to all students, encouraging a growth-oriented and welcoming atmosphere. We’ll make supportive connections with experienced attorneys and students from all grade levels.

Feel free to stop by for our Introductory Meeting in B301 on today or tomorrow after school from 3:15 – 4:30 P.M. If you are interested, please fill out this form.

For any questions, reach out to Mr. Larson, Diana Truong, or Jacoby Andrews.

Join us for LEAP (Lasallians for Equity and Peace) this tomorrow in D104 during all lunches. This week we will be discussing the Endangered Species Act and our call to care for all of creation.

Let the power of the dill pickle pucker inspire your essay or application.

If you’re just starting or just need the final touches, join our workshop tomorrow after school in the Guidance Office. This will be a College Prep Work Day with experts on-hand to review essays and assist with applications.

Come join the Green team on Tuesday, October 15 for a Movie afternoon. We will be showing the 2019 Sundance Film Festivals’ favorite movie “The Biggest Little Farm“. Director John Chester, his wife, dog Todd, and a very cute rooster, attempt to turn a 200 acre of land outside of L.A into a sustainable farm. We will be serving popcorn and have special cookies during intermission. We will start promptly at 3:00 in Ms. Longman’s Art room.

Every year, the Ethics Bowl season starts when the year’s Case Studies are released. Students then have time to read through the cases, learn about ethics, and develop their views. They have until the regional competition, which is held in February, to prepare.

Our regional bowl will be part of the National High School Ethics Bowl (NHSEB) and will follow the same rules. During the match, each team will be given one of the Case Studies they’ve been preparing during the school year. They’ll present their view as a team and respond to questions from both the other team and the judges. Points are awarded for clarity of discussion, quality of ethical analysis, consideration of alternative viewpoints, and respectful competition.

Cases are developed every year, often with current ethical issues in mind. Ethics Bowl cases cover a wide range of issues, from broad social questions concerning immigration, monument preservation, healthcare access, and the like to interpersonal questions about bullying, the interaction between ethics and etiquette, and social media. Here’s an archive past cases.

DeLaSalle will host informational sessions with the Coach who is helping us from the University of Minnesota’s Philosophy Department. Sessions will be Tuesday, October 22nd and Monday, October 28th in B214 at 3:15pm.

If you’re interested in participating here at DeLaSalle, please see Br. Dylan.

Unity Minneapolis is celebrating 100 years and needs help with their event on October 12th at the Metropolitan Ballroom in Golden Valley. We are looking for up to 15 students to assist with Greeting and Checking guests into the event and assistance with staffing some informational and event tables. For those who can stay late, help with clean up.

Whole event assistance could be 5pm – midnight, or shifts of 5pm-9pm, 8pm-midnight. Bonus for this service opportunity: awesome people, great music and a simple dinner.

Please contact Judith Kilian at 612.272.2577 or judithunity@gmail.com.