Honor Roll

Honor Roll

3rd Quarter 

Principal’s List

Class of 2019 - John V.

Class of 2020 - Jeffrey L., Keneth M.

Class of 2021 - Brian H., Frank H., Kelvin L., Ronnie L., Christian P.

 High Honors

Class of 2019 - Bernie C., Brandon C., Derek G., Randy L., Stephen L., Angel M.

Class of 2020 - Brayan E.,  Zacarias G., Eric R.

Class of 2021 - Nicholas A., Danny B., Anthony U.

Class of 2022 - Jason C., Victor C., Jayden G., Walther G., Jordan K., Stanley P., Steven R., Cobby V.

 Honors

Class of 2019 - Joseth C., Bryan M., Marcos R., Edward S.

Class of 2020 - Joel B., Christian C., Daniel I., Jonathan K., Josh P.

Class of 2021 - Willie D., Christian T., Steven Z.

Class of 2022 - Aiden J., Wilmer M., Anthony P.

 

Catholic Middle School Mock Trial Program

In the News!

CONGRATULATIONS to The De La Salle School Mock Trial team !  Judge Abrigo reached a favorable verdict for the Plaintiff represented by our students and mentored by Spring Gala Honoree Susan Santoro Bevilacqua at the Catholic Middle School Mock Trial Program hosted by St. John's University School of Law.

  

 

Read about The De La Salle School Special Persons Dance in the Long Island Press "Acts of Kindness" column by Joan McNaughton -  April 2019 Edition - Special Person Dance.pdf 

Click here to read about our experience as "Honorary Ball Kids" for The New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden by our 6th Grade Newsday Kidsday reporters Humberto & Jose.

Click here to read about our experience "Meeting basketball legend and author Kobe Bryant" by our 6th grade Newsday Kidsday reporters Alan, Humberto, Ian & Jose.

Click here to read about our experience as "We took the All Access Tour of Madison Square Garden" by our 6th Grade Newsday Kidsday reporters Willie & Edwin.

Click her to read a review of the movie "How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World" by our 6th Grade Newsday Kidsday reporters Christian, Danny, Kelvin, Ronnie & Steven

Click here to read "'Sesame Street Live' is a great family show" by Newsday Kidsday Reporters Nicholas A. and Anthony U. - 6th Grade

Click here to watch the News12 Feature Report by Anchor Antoinette Biordi on The De La Salle School.

Read about "Louie" in the "Spirit of Giving"  column by Joan MacNaughton in the February edition of the Long Island Press -  Feb 2019 Edition - Advent 2018 - Haiti.pdf . 

The De La Salle School "SPEAKUP" program featured in "Acts of Kindness" column of the January edition of the Long Island Press -   LIP012019 - DLS Article.pdf 

17th Annual Spring Gala

Family Fun Night

Enjoy a fabulous video of STEAM Night from Dr. Sheehan and our friends at Molloy College

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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 10 June 2019

    The Gentleman of the Week is

    Christian, Grade 7

     

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  • The Artist of the Week - The Week of 3 June 2019

    The Artist of the Week is

    Cobby, Grade 5

     

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  • The Gentleman of the Week - The Week of 3 June 2019

    The Gentleman of the Week is

    Anthony, Grade 6

     

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  • The Artist of the Week - The Week of 27 May 2019

    The Artist of the Week is

    Derek, Grade 8

     

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  • The Word of the Week - The Week of 27 May 2019

    The Word of the Week is

    adversity (noun)

    ad·​ver·​si·​ty | \ ad-ˈvər-sə-tē

    Latin adversus, literally "turned against," and figuratively "hostile or unfavorable.“

    Definition

    a state or instance of serious or continued difficulty or misfortune

     

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  • Writer of the Week - The Week of 27 May 2019

    The Writer of the Week is

    Walther, Grade 5

     

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  • The Gentleman of the Week - The Week of 27 May 2019

    The Gentleman of the Week is

    Stanley, Grade 5

     

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  • The Artist of the Week - The Week of 20 May 2019

    The Artist of the Week is

    Jan-Carlo, Grade 7

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  • The Word of the Week - Week of 20 May 2019

    The Word of the Week is

    ruminate (verb)

    ru·​mi·​nate | \ ˈrü-mə-ˌnāt

    Latin ruminatus, muse upon

    Definition

    1.  to go over in the mind repeatedly and often casually or slowly

    2.  to engage in contemplation; to reflect

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  • Writer of the Week - The Week of 20 May 2019

    The Writer of the Week is

    Anthony, Grade 5

     

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