Monday, December 2, 2019
How happy I am, O my God, to find You always present wherever I may go or wherever I may be. Awaken me to Your presence; waken me to Your indwelling; waken me to inward sight of You, and speech with You, and strength from You. May my spirit leap up to You all day and in all ways. Amen.
Saint John Baptist de La Salle…pray for us.
Live Jesus in our hearts…forever!
ENTREE: PANCAKES/WAFFLE/FRENCH TOAST, SAUSAGE LINKS, FRUIT OR FRUIT JUICE, MILK
A LA CARTE: YOGURT, GRANOLA BARS, ASSORTED BEVERAGES
ENTREE: ENTREE: BEEF OR BEAN NACHOS, SOUTHWESTERN RICE, CORN
A LA CARTE: TURKEY RANCH WRAP(V); BEANBURGER; PASTA SALAD
In the news…
For the past 26 years, DeLaSalle has spiritually adopted several families through Sponsor a Family Minnesota in addition to helping teenagers served by Sharing & Caring Hands and Avenues for Homeless Teens. These recipients have benefited greatly from our generous spirit; last year, students and staff collected over $5,000.
This year’s recipients include families through Sponsor A Family Minnesota as well as families from the Cheyenne River Reservation with whom DeLaSalle connected during a weeklong service project this summer.
Donations are accepted November 25-December 5 in 9th and 10th grade Theology classes or 11th and 12th grade English classes.
All are welcome to join Lasallian Ministry for Mass with Father Bruno on Tuesday mornings at 8:00am in the school chapel. The chapel is located in Christian Brothers Hall through the Lasallian Ministry office.
Students will have the opportunity to participate in the Sacrament of Reconciliation during their Theology class tomorrow. Theology classes will meet in the Main Gym, where priests will be available to offer the sacrament or meet with a student. Theology teachers will help prepare students in their classes.
To help students put the puzzle pieces together and approach the ACT with confidence, DeLaSalle is offering two optional prep classes for juniors. The classes will give students the opportunity to take 5 full ACTs and review their errors. During class, students will review topics tested on the exam and learn testing skills to improve their pacing and scores.
If you have any questions, please see Ms. McAdams
Ms. Stipkovits from the Guidance Office will go into 9th grade English classes during the weeks of December 2 and December 9 to help students interpret their ITED (Iowa test) scores and complete a career activity on Naviance. Naviance is a college preparation program that helps students connect academic achievement to post-secondary goals and assists with college and career planning.
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
Do you enjoy the outdoors? Come see what the green team is doing to become Urban Environmentalists in the winter months.
Join us for a trip to the Bell Museum on December 3 to see Wicked Plants, create natural ice globes, take a winter hike, tour the St Anthony Falls Laboratory on January 21, and explore Urban environmental areas around DeLaSalle.
We meet every Tuesday at 3:15 in B110 (Art Room)
Are you a chess player? Do you want to learn how to play chess? Students of all abilities are welcome to come to Chess Club every Tuesday from 3:00-4:15 in Room A208.
LEAP (Lasallians for Equity and Peace) is sponsoring a movie night for all interested students and staff on Wednesday, December 4 at the Rosedale AMC Theater.
We will depart from DeLaSalle at 3:15 p.m. for a 4:15 showing and return between 6:30-7:00. Bring your student ID for a discount ticket.
Current sophomores and juniors can apply now to study in Italy this summer through Global Advantage Program.
DeLaSalle will host a class in Italy from June 7-19 that will explore “Studio Art and European History.” The trip costs $3,500 and students can apply here. With your application, remember to get three letters of recommendation. If you have any questions please see Ms. Megan or Mr. Casey. If you would like a brochure, stop by B110.
Applications are due by Monday, December 2.
When: Feb. 21-23, 2020
Who: 10th, 11th and 12th grade students
More info: The Darst Center Urban Immersion is a workshop retreat that serves as a tool to explore issues of justice and the reality of oppression. Through partnerships with local agencies, retreat participants get to know people served by these agencies, challenge stereotypes, confront fears, and break down barriers. Daily communal prayer, meal preparation, recreational and educational sessions are designed to reflect on the work and observations conducted at agencies.
Examples of social agencies that will be used as the sites for the field experiences include: The Chicago Food Depository, Su Casa, The Port, San Miguel Schools, Chicago Youth Centers, St. Martin DePorres.
Participants will be awarded 18 Christian Service hours upon completion of the retreat.
The cost of the retreat is $260. A $60 non-refundable deposit is due December 10 and the final $200 payment will be due by January 15, 2019. See Ms. Stecklein if the cost is prohibitive.
Students are invited to consider participating in 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.