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Friday, May 13, 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.
Let us pray with the seniors today:
All Gracious God
Thank you for the gift of Lasallian education that teaches us how to live in this world
but more importantly, how to love You and care for all Your creation.
Fill us with an increasing desire to seek after You more than anything else in the world.
Let Your Holy Spirit breathe in us, through us, again and again.
In Jesus’ name, we pray,
Saint John Baptist de La Salle – Pray for us.
Live, Jesus, in our hearts – Forever!

  • Period 5    8:30am – 9:55am
  • WIN Sessions    10:00am – 11:20am
  • Period 7   11:25am – 1:35pm (Lunch Waves)
    • Wave 1    11:25am – 12:05pm
    • Wave 2    12:10pm – 12:50pm
    • Wave 3    12:55pm – 1:35pm
  • Period 8    1:40pm – 3:00pm
Cheese Omelette, Hash Browns, Fruit, Milk
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
Entrée: Beef Tacos, Black Beans, Fiesta Corn

A La Carte Items:
Chef’s Choice Salads
Chef’s Choice Sandwiches
Choice of Vegetables and Fruit

CLICK HERE for today’s competition, practice, and meeting events.
Go, Islanders!
Amherst, Bowdoin, Carleton, Pomona, Swarthmore, and Williams Colleges are putting their rivalries aside and hosting a series of virtual events and webinars on college planning. All can be viewed free of charge.  Scroll down to access previously recorded sessions. The special session for “First-Generation and Low-Income Students” is very good. You can fill out just one form to get information from all six colleges.
St. Catherine University is offering two excellent, free programs for young women this summer.
(1)  Leaders In Business Summer Workshop
This free, four-day summer workshop empowers high school students to see themselves as leaders and learn from women in professional business careers while experiencing life at the university’s St. Paul campus.
(2)  Healthcare, Math, and Science Summer Program
This week-long exploration of careers in Healthcare, Math, and Science is for 11th grade, BIPOC women. It runs for two consecutive years – the same group of students will return in summer 2023 as seniors.
Check them out to learn more about yourself and the possibilities for your future!
ATTENTION SENIORS: iPad Check-out Process
All seniors are required to go through the end-of-year iPad checkout process today. The end-of-year check out will take place in the following locations and times:
•  During WIN and Lunches come to the Thies
Creative Lab.
•  8th Hour and after school come to the LL Gray Gym.
Please allow at least 20 minutes for the iPad return process.
Students Purchasing Their Devices
Students who are purchasing their device must bring their device to the checkout process and go through the required steps. Until this happens their device will not be taken out of the Mobile Device Management and still be under DeLaSalle’s control.
Students Not Purchasing Their Devices
Students who are not purchasing their device must turn in their school-issued iPad with the school-issued iPad case, power adapter, and power/sync cable. This form will need to be filled out at iPad Collection.
It is important to note that you will be charged the deductible/repair cost for broken devices as well as replacement cost for any missing items:
Damaged screen – $20  …  Damaged/non-working power adapter- $20  …  Damaged/non-working sync cable – $20  …  Missing keyboard or parts of case – $25
This summer DeLaSalle will refresh the devices for its IslePad one-to-one program with the purchase of new iPads. As part of this transition, DeLaSalle is offering students the opportunity to purchase their current 6th Generation iPads for $125.00 now through May 25th. This purchase price includes the case and charger that are currently assigned to the student. Students should bring this iPad Payment Form and cash and/or check payments to the Business Office. Card payments will be made through Diamond Mind.
Devices that are not purchased will need to be returned on the last day of classes. Charges will be incurred for any damage to the device or charger.
The registration form for the two sessions being offered this summer is available from this link or in the Main Office. The June session will be online, the August session will be in-person.
Big Brothers, Big Sisters Twin Cities is now recruiting volunteers for its summer Free Arts program which offers children who have experienced poverty, homelessness, or abuse an emotional outlet through the creative arts. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old and be able to commit to at least one hour per week for the ten summer weeks. For more information, contact Leah Moore at