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Thursday, December 12, 2019

Feast of Our Lady of Guadualupe
Virgin of Guadalupe, Patroness of unborn children, Teach us to cherish and to care for family and friends until God calls them home. Guide our public officials to defend each and every human life through just laws. Inspire us all to bring our faith into public life, to speak for those who have no voice. We ask this in the name of your Son, Jesus Christ, who is Love and Mercy itself. Amen.

Saint John Baptist de La Salle – Pray for us! 
Live Jesus in our Hearts – Forever!

 

Daily Digest

Today, DeLaSalle will celebrate Christmas with a liturgy and program. Scripture, prayer, and song (and a visit from Santa) will help the Islander community reflect on the birth of Christ. DeLaSalle President Barry Lieske will also provide his annual Christmas reflection. Twelfth grade men will perform this year’s rendition of “The 12 Days of Christmas” while the 12th grade women will sing The Christmas Song.


Start End
Hour 1 8:30am 9:08am
Liturgy 9:13am 10:31am
Hour 2 10:39am 11:12am
Hour 3 11:17am 11:50am
Hour 4 11:55am 12:28pm
Hour 5 12:33pm 1:06pm
Hour 6 1:11pm 1:44pm
Hour 7 1:49pm 2:22pm
Hour 8 2:27pm 3:00pm

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

ENTREE: ITALIAN MEATBALL SANDWICH, GRILLED PEPPERS SEASONED VEGETABLES
A LA CARTE: TURKEY RANCH WRAP; CAESAR SALAD

  • 6:00pm Swim & Dive: Boys All Meet St. Anthony Swim Team vs Richfield @ Richfield Middle 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…


Classes Times
Wednesday, December 18 Hour 2

Hour 4

8:40-9:40am

9:50-10:50am

Thursday, December 19

Hour 3

Hour 7

Hour 5

8:40-9:40am

9:50-10:50am

11:00-12:00pm

Friday, December 20 Hour 1

Hour 8

Hour 6

8:40-9:40am

9:50-10:50am

11:00-12:00pm

Important Reminders

  • Buses will run normally each morning.
  • Students must be in uniform for exam days.
  • Students who have study hall or lunch during periods 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6, do not need to be on campus during those periods. They may arrive late or leave early.
  • Students who remain on campus during their lunch hour must report to the Florance Center.
  • Students with study hall periods 7 or 8 should report to their regular study hall location.
  • Students who are on campus during a study hall in periods 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 should report to the Florance Center.
  • Breakfast will be served until 8:30am. There will be no lunch service.

LEAP is having their annual Christmas Party on Friday, December 13. Please bring your lunch to D104.

New members are welcome if you commit to staying for the whole party and checking out the group, maybe you will want to join LEAP 2nd semester.

Each month, a group of DeLaSalle parents and family members gather on campus to lift up our community in prayer. All parents, family members, friends, and alumni are welcome to participate when the group meets Friday, December 13, from 12:00-1:00pm, on the creative side of the Thies Lab (D207).

We hope students, staff, families and friends at DeLaSalle will feel encouraged by the knowledge that people care about them, are excited for them and are PRAYING FOR THEM! You may submit prayer requests, which may remain anonymous, to prayer boxes located in the main office, Lasallian Ministry, or Theology classrooms.

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.

The exact times and dates for classes are listed here. To register, complete the online Registration Form by tomorrow.

If you have any questions, please see Ms. McAdams

Exposed Brick Theatre (EBT) will create a performance with students from DeLaSalle High School for Social Justice Week in February 2020.

Under the guidance of EBT teaching artists, DLS students will create stories from their own lives that explore key social justice issues – such as gender, immigration, race/ethnicity and socio-economic status. EBT artists will weave these stories into a script and the project will culminate in a full production for the DeLaSalle student body. You DO NOT have to perform in order to participate. The time commitment will be during your 44 minute lunch period only on 11 days in January and February. This is open to students in periods 4 & 5 lunches only.

We will have an informational meeting on Thursday, December 19th from 12:15-1:15 p.m. (right after finals) in the Lasallian Ministry office. Please sign up if you are interested.

Student Council wants to know what kind of dress-up days you’d like to see during Winterfest. Please vote now.

Lasallian Ministry is having a fundraiser at Chipotle on Tuesday, December 17 from 4-8 p.m. at the 225 Hennepin Ave East Chipotle to support students attending service and immersion trips. Let the cashier know you are supporting DeLaSalle-Lasallian Ministry when paying for your order and 33% of the proceeds will be donated to Lasallian Ministry.

Thank you for your support!

The hoodie collection is on!! DJ Bonics, a midday host on Go 95.3 and DJ for Wiz Khalifa, has challenged DeLaSalle to donate 1000 gently used hoodies and jackets by Wednesday, December 18! Drop your hoodies off in the Lasallian Ministry office OR in the donation boxes located in the atrium. THANK YOU!!

Stop by Lasallian Ministry for a Just Dance study break during finals. We will host Just Dance during 4th, 5th and 6th hours (lunch hours) on Wed, Thurs and Friday. All are welcome!

The Guidance Office encourages students to apply for these college scholarships:

  • The Coolidge Scholarship is an annually awarded, full-ride, presidential scholarship that covers a student’s tuition, room, board, and expenses for four years of undergraduate study. The Coolidge may be used by recipients at any accredited American college or university. Anyone of any background, pursuing any academic discipline of study, may apply to this non-partisan, need-blind, program. Students apply for the Coolidge Scholarship during their junior year of high school.
  • Graduating seniors in the Class of 2020 with a minimum 3.0 grade point average and composite ACT score of 18 can apply for a Wallin Education Partners scholarship. The scholarship includes up to $16,000 over four years for students attending a four-year public or private institution in Iowa, Minnesota, the Dakotas, Wisconsin, or any historically black college or university (HBCU) in the country.