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  • Gentleman of the Week - The Week of 17 January 2022

    Congratulations to our Gentleman of the Week, 5th Grader Juan Carlos O.

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  • Artist of the Week - Week of 17 January 2022

    Congratulations to our Artist of the Week - Carlos R., 7th Grade

    During our time online, this class had learned about mythical/legendary creatures. Do they exist? Do they not? This was a question we had all come together to figure out. After learning about the answer, students learned about origins and meanings behind some of these creatures. After, students were given a list of animal type and human type creatures. They were told to pick one creature off the list and to place it in a background to which their envision it would live in. This student always does a spectacular job with his work. The dedication he shows when it comes to art is impeccable, as he remade this particular picture about five times, until he felt it was perfect.

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  • Gentleman of the Week - The Week of 10 January 2022

    Congratulations to our Gentleman of the Week,  6th Grader Bryan N.

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  • Artist of the Week - Week of 10 January 2022

    Congratulations to our Artist of the Week - Brandon Z. , 5th Grade

    Some students go above and beyond when they are finished with all of their projects. When this happens, I give them an assignment called the early finishers assignment. This assignment gives topics to students to allow for creative ideas to unfold. Without a doubt, I can say with 100% certainty that this student is one who takes his craft extremely seriously. Every project given has been completely with extraordinary craftsmanship and has been given in on time. When I saw what this student completed during our time virtually, I was blown away and I wanted to share this with the school. 

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  • Gentleman of the Week - The Week of 3 January 2022

    Congratulations to our Gentleman of the Week. 5th Grader Steven V.

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  • Artist of the Week - Week of 13 December, 2021

    Congratulations to our Artist of the Week - Fraylin B., 6th Grade

    In light of the holiday spirit, Students learned about the origin and history of nutcrackers. Nutcrackers are a staple during this time of year, as they serve as popular decorations inside and outside the homes. Students learned about proportion by folding the paper. These folds act out as maps, to help showcase where each body part must be drawn.

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  • Gentleman of the Week - The Week of 13 December 2021

    Congratulations to our Gentleman of the Week, 7th Grader Jayden G.

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  • Artist of the Week - Week of 6 December, 2021

    Congratulations to our Artist of the Week - Anthony G., 8th Grade

    For this project, the 8th grade learned about fashion and the effects it has in the world. They were assigned to create a show (a personal favorite amongst the 8th grade every year).

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  • Gentleman of the Week - The Week of 6 December 2021

    Congratulations to our Gentleman of the Week, 8th Grader Jayden Q.

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  • Gentleman of the Week - The Week of 29 November 2021

    Congratulations to our Gentleman of the Week, 5th Grader Efrain C.

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In the News!

The Herald Community Newspapers - January 2021

Congratulations to our Executive Director Mr. William Gault our Hometown Hero!

 Bill Gault - Hometown Hero - Sept 2020 - Long Beach Herald.pdf 

 

Hometown Shopper - A Newsday Publication - 28 May 2020

This week's edition includes a reprint of the 13 May 2020 article interviewing Mrs. Becker and students about their letter writing campaign for staff and patients at Mount Sinai South Nassau.

 Hometown Shopper - Newsday Reprint - 28 May 2020.pdf 

 

Please enjoy today's interview with Ana Maria from La Fiesta 98.5 FM "El Sabor de Long Island" and Mrs. Becker, Anthony & Nasir from our 7th Grade - 13 May 2020.

La Fiesta 98.5 FM Interview

 

If you read Newsday you may have seen a familiar uniform and the beautiful faces of our student, Noah & Nasir and Mrs. Becker today.  The interview with Newsday Reporter Rachel Weiss appears today, 13 May, on page A12. 

 Newsday - 13 May 2020 Page 12.pdf 

 

The De La Salle School continues to be recognized for their amazing letter-writing campaign to patients and first responders at Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital.  They were recently interviewed by Newsday Reporter Rachel Weiss for her "LI Act of Kindness" column.  The article was published online on Monday, 11 May 2020 and will soon be published in print.

Newsday Digital - LI Acts of Kindness - 11 May 2020

 

 

The students of The De La Salle School were tasked to write letters to patients and staff at Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital.  As the school of HOPE, the students set out to bring HOPE to the patients and staff during these trying times.  They were interviewed on 21 April by Erica Byfield of News Channel 4.

Please enjoy this wonderful story of the fine young men of The De La Salle School.

Students Send Letter of Hope to Patients - News Channel 4 Interview