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The De La Salle School Annual Christmas Luncheon

Students Academic Achievement

PRINCIPAL’S LIST

(AVERAGE 95 OR HIGHER)

BRIAN HERNANDEZ ‘21

FRANK HERNANDEZ ‘21

KELVIN LOPEZ ‘21

CHRISTIAN PORTILLO ‘21

 

HIGH HONORS

(AVERAGE 90-94)

BRAYAN ESPINAL ‘20

JEFFREY LEMUS ‘20

KENETH MEJIA ‘20

ERIC RODRIGUEZ ‘20

DANNY BONILLA ‘21

JAMES ARGUETA ‘22

STEVEN RUIZ ‘22

COBBY VASQUEZ ‘22

HELMER VENTURA ‘22

JAYDEN GUTIERREZ ‘23

DYLAN JUAREZ-RIVAS ‘23

JAMEER NATHAN ‘23

GARY NUNEZ ‘23

JASON PORTILLO ‘23

GIANCARLOS RAMIREZ ‘23

NOAH WILKERSON ‘23

 

HONOR ROLL

(AVERAGE 85-89)

ZACARIAS GUEVARA ‘20

DANIEL INOA ‘20

NICHOLAS AGUIRRE ‘21

JUSTIN BISHOP ‘21

JORDAN CASAS ‘21

RONNIE LOPEZ ‘21

JOSE MUNGIA ‘21

CHRISTIAN TORRES ‘21

STEVEN ZAVALA ‘21

JASON CALDERONE ‘22

VICTOR CANTOR ‘22

ANDRES CLARA ‘22

JAYDEN GARCIA ‘22

WALTHER GARCIA ‘22

AXEL CASTRO ‘23

CARLOS MELGAR ‘23

FRANK VELASQUEZ ‘23

BRIAN ZAVALA ‘23

 

A visit from Fellowship Home Loans & Santa

In the News! Newsday Kidsday Class of the Week and now "The Best of 2019"

The 6th Grade class of Ms. Buttigieg was featured the during the week of 22 June as the "Class of the Week" in Newsday.

They have now been named as one of "The Best of 2019" for their interview with basketball legend and author Kobe Bryant on 22 June 2019!

  06 28 2019 - Friday.pdf 

 06 27 2019 - Thursday.pdf 

 06 26 2019 - Wednesday.pdf 

 06 25 2019 - Tuesday.pdf 

 06 24 2019 - Monday.pdf 

 06 22 2019 - Saturday.pdf 

 

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    For more than 17 years, The De La Salle School has provided economically disadvantaged young men with a Christian and human education in the Lasallian tradition.  We are a Catholic middle school, grades 5 through 8, and we are part of the San Miguel/Nativity Coalition of schools, a nationwide model.

    At The De La Salle School, most of our students are immigrants or sons of immigrants, nearly all below the poverty line, and most in failing school districts.   We help our students get accepted into and attend Catholic high schools, to be some of the first in their families to graduate from high school, and work with them to achieve a college education.  We cannot do this without your help.   We are non-tuition drive, and more than 90% of our budget is from individual, corporate and foundation donations. 

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  • The Gentleman of The Week - The Week of 20 January 2020

    The Gentleman of The Week is

    Joel, Grade 8

     

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  • The Artist of The Week - The Week of 13 January 2020

    The Artist of The Week is

    Steven, Grade 7

     

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  • The Word of The Week - The Week of 13 January 2020

    The Word of The Week is

    duplicity (noun)

    du·​plic·​i·​ty | \ du̇-ˈpli-sə-tē

    Middle English duplicite, from Middle French, from Late Latin duplicitat-, duplicitas, from Latin

    Definition

    1.  crafty dishonesty

    2.  contradictory doubleness of thought, speech, or action

    3.  deceitfulness

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  • The Gentleman of The Week - The Week of 13 January 2020

    The Gentleman of The Week is

    Cobby, Grade 6

     

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  • The Word of The Week - The Week of 6 January 2020

    The Word of The Week is

    epiphany (noun)

    epiph·​a·​ny | \ i-ˈpi-fə-nē

    Middle English epiphanie, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin epiphania, from Late Greek, plural

    Definition

    1.  January 6 observed as a church festival in commemoration of the coming of the Magi as the first manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles or in the Eastern             Church in commemoration of the baptism of Christ.

    2.  an appearance or manifestation especially of a divine being

    3.  (1)  a usually sudden manifestation or perception of the essential nature or meaning of something

          (2) an intuitive grasp of reality through something (such as an event) usually simple and striking

          (3) an illuminating discovery, realization, or disclosure

    4.  a revealing scene or moment

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  • The Gentleman of The Week - The Week of 23 December 2019

    The Gentleman of The Week is

    Jameer, Grade 5

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  • The Artist of The Week - The Week of 16 December 2019

    The Artist of The Week is

    Dariel, Grade 8

     

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  • The Word of The Week - The Week of 16 December 2019

    The Word of The Week is

    exultation (noun)


    ek-(ˌ)səl-ˈtā-shən

    Old French exultacion "joyousness, exultation," from Latin exultationem/exsultationem "a leaping for joy“

    Definition


    a feeling of great happiness and excitement

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  • The Writer of The Week - The Week of 16 December 2019

    The Writer of The Week is

    Gary, Grade 5

     

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  • The Gentleman of The Week - The Week of 16 December 2019

    The Gentleman of The Week is

    Brayan, Grade 8

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