Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Prayer from the University of Notre Dame
Heavenly Father, you love your Son Jesus and give everything and everyone over to him. May you make of us an everlasting gift to you, that we may always be grateful and sing your praises with a joy-filled heart. Amen.
Saint John Baptist de La Salle – Pray for us!
Live Jesus in our Hearts – Forever!
Due to winter road conditions this morning, 1st hour will be extended. Classes will be 42-minutes in length.
ENTREE: CHEESE OMELET,BACON, FRUIT OR FRUIT JUICE, MILK
A LA CARTE: YOGURT, GRANOLA BARS, ASSORTED BEVERAGES
ENTREE: PORK STREET TACOS, CHIPOTLE SLAW, SUMMER SQUASH, REFRIED BEANS
A LA CARTE: BUFFALO CHICKEN OR CAULIFLOWER WRAP; CAESAR SALADS; PUDDING
- 4:15pm Basketball: Girls C Game vs. St. Anthony Village @ DeLaSalle High School
- 4:30pm Basketball: Boys C Game vs. St. Anthony Village @ St. Anthony Villiage High School
- 4:30pm Basketball: Boys JV Game vs. St. Anthony Village @ St. Anthony Villiage High School
- 5:30pm Basketball: Girls JV Game vs. St. Anthony Village @ DeLaSalle High School
- 6:00pm Basketball: Boys Varsity Game vs. St. Anthony Villiage @ St. Anthony Village High School
- 7:00pm Basketball: Girls Varsity Game vs. St. Anthony Village @ 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…
February 18, 1688 · The first formal protest against slavery by an organized white group in the U.S. happens, being recognized as the “Germantown Protest” that denounced slavery and the slave trade.
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.
Juniors will host an open house on tonight from 6:00-8:00pm to show off their History Day projects.
History Day is an annual project in the 11th grade Social Studies curriculum that gives juniors an opportunity to become expert historians, selecting and researching a topic of their choice around a national theme, which this year is “Breaking Barriers in History.” Students produce exhibits, dramatizations, websites, documentaries, and research papers.
The Respect Life Group will be leading a service opportunity to the Minnesota Veterans Home by Fort Snelling today from 6:30-8:30pm.
We will be playing bingo with the veterans there. We will leave DeLaSalle at 5:45pm and return by 9:00pm. Students will receive 3 Christian Service Hours. Please sign up by 12:00pm today if you plan on attending.
If you have any questions, please see Mr. Rogers in Room B215.
DeLaSalle students participate each year in a grade-level retreat that is planned through Lasallian Ministry on Thursday, February 20.
The 10th-grade retreat will focus on building community and serving others. This is a full-day retreat. Students should be dressed in school uniform. Students should also pack and bring a cold lunch and may not order food in from an outside restaurant. Students should also leave their iPad and other belongings at home or at school. Please contact the Lasallian Ministry office with questions.
The DeLaSalle college counseling office plans an event specifically for 11th-grade students.
Instead of participating in their regular classes on Thursday, February 20, students will rotate among breakout sessions that include information about visiting colleges; the application process; financial aid and scholarships; testing skills for the ACT and SAT; the NCAA, arts, and medical careers; and an alumni panel.
Come join the coding club! Play with robots and run through mazes, learn to create a mobile app, learn programming in Swift, Python or Java, or learn to make a website. See Mr Pearson in Room A213 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 3-4:30.
Do you want to learn to play chess? Do you want to get better at chess? Are you good at chess? Are you a chess champion? Do you enjoy playing chess? If your answer to any of these questions is “yes”, then please join us for Chess Club each Tuesday, 3:15-4:15 in Room A208. Drop in to play one game or more games. We would love to have you join us!
Have you seen the Lord of the Rings movies and wondered what the books are like? They are actually even better! Join us for a fun discussion of one of the best books ever written! We meet this Wednesday after school in B211. Tea and snacks will be served!
Tomorrow, BLK is hosting a Black History Month Event!
This event will include a speaker from Soul Bowl, a restaurant in Minneapolis, MN, who will speak about Black ownership. After, we will have a short discussion on the roots of Black History Month. Lastly, we will play games and Celebrate the history and the legacy of the Black experience!
Please join us in Room D104 from 3:45-5:45pm for the Celebration of Our Roots event. There will be soul food served for $3 per plate on a first come first serve basis. Please fill out this Google form to RSVP:
All juniors are invited to apply for participation in a half-day Leadership Retreat designed to inspire student leaders to take responsibility for a respectful and a connected school culture.
Who: Open to 11th-grade students only. Space is limited. *Students will be selected based on teacher and staff recommendations.
When: Thursday, March 5th, 8:30am-1:30pm
How to sign up: Register here by Friday, February 21
DeLaSalle students are invited to help the parishioners at Our Lady of Lourdes make Meat Pies on Saturday, February 22 from 11:00am-2:00pm. Our Lady of Lourdes is only a few minutes away from DeLaSalle. Please sign up by Friday, February 21 at 12:00pm.
If you have any questions, please see Mr. Rogers in Room B215.
Spring sports are just around the corner! DeLaSalle students who wish to participate in a spring sport must register for the sport before it holds its first practice. Students received an email on February 7 with a registration link. DeLaSalle offers spring sports in baseball, boys’ and girls’ golf, boys’ and girls’ lacrosse, softball, and track and field. Our lacrosse teams are co-op programs with other schools.
St. Scholastica’s Youth Theology Institute is a weeklong experience where high school students ponder life’s big questions while enjoying the beauty of the Northwoods and Lake Superior. Come explore your true calling, deepen your faith and listen with the ear of your heart. The camp is from July 12-18, the cost is $100 with scholarships available.