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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Feast of Saint John of Capistrano
O God, who raised up Saint John of Capistrano to comfort your faithful people in tribulation, place us, we pray, under your safe protection and keep your Church in everlasting peace. Amen.

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

 

Daily Digest

ENTRÉE: ENGLISH MUFFIN EGG SANDWICH, FRUIT OR FRUIT JUICE, MILK
A LA CARTE: YOGURT, GRANOLA BARS, ASSORTED BEVERAGES

ENTRÉE: CHICKEN OR TOFU FRIED RICE WITH FARM VEGETABLES
A LA CARTE: TURKEY BACON ON WHOLE WHEAT; HUMMUS/CRACKER VEGETABLE TRAY

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.

Wednesday

  • Marquette University · 1:30 – 2:15pm

 

In the news…

intersectionality

/ˌin(t)ərsekSHəˈnalədē/
noun
1. the interconnected nature of social categorizations such as race, class, and gender as they apply to a given individual or group, regarded as creating overlapping and interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage: “through an awareness of intersectionality, we can better acknowledge and ground the differences among us”

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Today

  • Classroom Presentations
    • 9th Grade · Theology · Exposed Brick Theatre – Teaching Artists
    • 10th Grade · English · Nehrwr Abdul-Wahid – One Ummah Consulting
    • 11th Grade · Social Studies · Jim Crow of the North – Documentary
    • 12th Grade · English · Tou SaiK – Compas Teaching Artist

Thursday

  • Movie Afternoon · Wonder
    • 3:15pm · D117
    • Born with facial differences that, up until now, have prevented him from going to a mainstream school, Auggie Pullman becomes the most unlikely of heroes when he enteres the local fifth grade.

Friday

  • Dr. Michael “Mykee” Fowlin · 9:08am – 10:52am
    • In a gripping, fast-paced, 90-minute performance, Michael Fowlin slips in and out of nine characters, both male and female who share their stories. The characters share their stories in an often humorous, but at times heartbreaking manner.

Current sophomores and juniors can apply now to study in Italy or Peru next summer through the Global Advantage Program.

DeLaSalle will host a class in Italy from June 7-19 that will explore “Studio Art and European History.” That class costs $3,200 and students can apply here.

A separate class will look at public health through a lens of climate change and its impact on indigenous populations in Peru from June 22-July 5. The trip costs $3,500 and students can apply here.

Please see Mr. Casey with any questions.

Students are invited to consider participating on a weeklong service immersion trip to the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. The trip is July 19-24 and costs $450. Students will connect with and better understand the Lakota culture through projects such as home repair, painting, and gardening, hosting a daily children’s program, and partnering with local organizations already serving the Lakota. Students will earn 40 Christian Service hours. You can learn more about the trip here.

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 Room B215 or in the Lasallian Ministry office so we can remember our loved ones who have died. We prefer that your framed photo be wallet-sized, 4×6, or 5×7.

9th Graders interested in running for Student Council can pick up Nomination Forms from the Main Office or by clicking here. Nomination Forms are due today by 10:00pm, to Mr. Glanville in Christian Brothers’ Hall or by email. Elections will be held on Friday, October 25th. Please see Mr. Glanville if you have any questions.

All students must have their keyboards on their iPads as much as possible. If you choose to take the keyboard off to use the device, you must put it back on when you put it in your cinch bag or carrying it from class to class.

All damaged devices that have come in are due to the keyboard not being on the device.

There is currently a bug in the Canvas Student app which prevents users from clearing items from their To-Do list. However, students are able to clear items from their To-Do list through a browser, like Safari. The changes in Safari will be reflected in the app.

This issue should be resolved in the next update to the Canvas Student app.

Students and families can learn about admission to the University of Notre Dame and other selective colleges when Notre Dame hosts a citywide presentation this month. The university’s Minneapolis area admissions representative, Matthew Greene, will present and answer questions. Whether you are interested in Notre Dame or another highly selective college or university this event will help you to understand how the admissions process works at this type of school.

All are welcome and we hope to see you there!

Wednesday, October 23 · 6:30-8:30pm · Schulze Lab (D104)

DeLaSalle will have its first Out of Uniform Day on Thursday, October 24!

In order to participate students must purchase and wear a wristband. Wristbands will be available for $1 during lunches tomorrow and for $2 in the Albers Atrium on Thursday morning. DeLaSalle shares a third of all out of uniform wristband sales with Mwangaaza College, a postsecondary Lasallian trade school in Kenya.

For more information about Out of Uniform days, please review page 30 in the DeLaSalle Student Handbook.

SWEEET – you are in the home stretch. It’s no trick, this is your final October Madness Treat! Seniors, join our casual work session to start, finalize or send off your college essay or application. Staff and experts will be on hand after school on Friday to review essays & assist with applications.

On Monday, October 28th, DeLaSalle will host its first Open House for prospective students and their parents. 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 activity please leave campus immediately after school on Monday.  The Library, D-104, and 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 28th.

Students, the Activities office wants to hear from you about what activities (sports and clubs) you are interested in. Check your email for a link to the survey and fill it out today!

Several DeLaSalle teams and athletes are competing in sections. Show your Islander spirit and cheer them on as they continue their playoff run. Find a sport-by-sport schedule here.

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.