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Distinguished Lasallian Educator - Mr. William L. Gault

Fellowship Home Loan Annual Christmas Party

Fellowship Home Loan Chromebook Donation

Farm Trip - 2022

Christmas Luncheon 2022

 Christmas Luncheon table display 

How to be a De La Salle Gentleman

  

Upcoming School Events

  • Catholic Schools Week

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  • Family Mass - Holy Redeemer Church - 11:00 AM

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  • Open House 12:30 - 3:30 PM

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  • Spirit Week

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  • Parent-Teacher Conferences - 5:30 -8:00 PM

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  • 11:30 AM Dismissal

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  • Parent-Teacher Conferences - 1:00-2:30 PM

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  • Picture Day

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  • Special Person's Dance - 7:00 PM

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  • 11:30 AM Dismissal - Faculty Meeting

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Announcements

  • Writer of the Week - 23 January 2023

    Congratulations to our Writer of the Week - Joel G., 7th Grade

     

    Math may mean different things to everyone. This essay/paragraph will be about what Math means to me.

    Math is kind of like a board game. It's like that because it is full of adventures. It is also like a monopoly board. Its like a monopoly board because you can do Math and you can be a cashier who gives change and gets the money to count. Some people may think its boring and say, "We have calculators and don't need Math."  I think Math is fun and even if we have calculators, we can still have fun. We can even be creative and have flash cards; we can play monopoly; and we can even play online games. People think Math can get boring because once they get to hard lessons, they just quit. You need to push through it and keep on practicing. That's how I feel about Math.

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  • Artist of the Week - Week of 23 January 2023

    Congratulations to our Artist of the Week, Jason P. - 8th Grade

    Jason was chosen Artist of the Week because he put creative energy into his work. For this project, students chose a famous artist to study. Jason chose Keith Haring, a pop artist.  He copied his pop iconic style with this drawing.

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  • Gentleman of the Week - Week of 23 January 2023

    Congratulations to our Gentleman of the Week - Carlos M. - 8th Grade

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  • Gentleman of the Week - Week of 16 January 2023

    Congratulations to our Gentleman of the Week - Juan Carlos O., - 6th Grade

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  • Gentleman of the Week - Week of 9 January 2023

    Congratulations to our Gentleman of the Week - Patrick C., - 6th Grade

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  • Gentleman of the Week - Week of 2 January 2023

    Congratulations to our Gentleman of the Week - Brian Z.., - 8th Grade

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  • Writer of the Week - 2 January 2023

    Congratulations to our Writer of the Week - Joshua H., 5th Grade

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  • Artist of the Week - Week of 19 December 2022

    Congratulations to our Artist of the Week, Julien Q. - 6th Grade

    In this project, we learned about 1 point perspective and how to make a house look 3 D. Julien's choice of colors really invite the viewer into his magical wonderland.

    The contrast between winter sky and candy cane house are beautiful, creative and playful. 

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  • Gentleman of the Week - Week of 19 December 2022

    Congratulations to our Gentleman of the Week - Bryan N., - 7th Grade

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  • Gentleman of the Week - Week of 12 December 2022

     

    Congratulations to our Gentleman of the Week - Anthony M., - 8th Grade

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In the News!

 The Herald Community Newspapers 

December 2022

Detectives' Association of Long Island provide warmth to De La Salle students.

Detectives Association of LI article docx.pdf 

September 2020

Our Executive Director recognized

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