Thursday, March 3, 2022
Let us remember…that we are in the holy presence of God.
+ In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, Amen.
We ask you to bless all people involved in the clothing industry.
Bless the farmers, the weavers, the seamstresses, the shippers, the store clerks.
May the manufacturing process be just and fair to all workers.
May the selling be priced and available so everyone can afford what they need.
We pray in Jesus’ name,
Saint John Baptist de La Salle – Pray for us.
Live, Jesus, in our hearts – Forever!
|Breakfast Egg Sandwich, Fruit, Milk|
|Entrée: Hot Ham and Cheese on Pretzel Bun|
A La Carte Items:
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|SOCIAL JUSTICE WEEK: BASIC NEEDS and BEYOND|
During this week’s Social Justice Week, we will focus on four basic human needs –food, shelter, water, clothing– to better understand how we can implement components of charity and justice to work for positive change.
Thursday’s theme is CLOTHING.
The Catholic Diocese of Nakuru, Kenya, opened Mwangaza College, formerly Bishop Ndingi Skills Training Centre, in 1992 for post-secondary training with two departments: business, and tailoring and dressmaking. It later expanded to include accounting, fashion and design, hairdressing, information technology, and foodservice. The Christian Brothers assumed direction of the school in 1993 and through the Twinning Program, Mwangaza was matched with DeLaSalle, Minneapolis.
Students may be out of uniform today (Thursday) if they are wearing a $2 wristband that supports our Lasallian Twin School, the Mwangaza Center in Kenya.
Wednesday’s focus is WATER.
Tuesday’s theme is SHELTER. Thanks for making tie blankets for My Very Own Bed.
Monday’s topic is FOOD. As part of our awareness of how many people live with food insecurity, we’re holding a food collection drive. Each grade has been assigned a needed item:
|JOIN THEATRE’S FRONT of HOUSE TEAM|
DeLaSalle Theatre is gearing up for the spring musical “Catch Me If You Can” and we’re looking for energetic, outgoing, and positive students to join our Front of House team. Front of House is the box office (tickets), concessions, ushers and greeters, and are crucial for the performance experience for audiences. If you are interested in joining or want more information, contact Mr. Buffington. Performances begin Friday, March 11.
|TECHNOVATION and PROGRAMMING CLUB MEET TODAY|
Join the coders and app designers this afternoon, 3:00pm – 5:00pm, in Mr. Pearson’s room, A213.
|GET INFORMATION ABOUT HBCUs|
Part two of the College Board’s webinar on Historically Black Colleges will be presented tonight (Thursday), 6:00pm Central Time. Click here to register and to get the event link.
|ORDER YOUR DELASALLE 2022 DELTA YEARBOOK|
It’s time to order your DeLeSalle 2022 yearbook. Order now to guarantee your copy at delivery time! Orders can be made on our online store. Pick your options and follow the ordering instructions.