Monthly Archives: December 2015

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Cavaliers

  Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Cavaliers! De La Salle High School  |  5300 Saint Charles Avenue  |  New Orleans, LA 70115504.895.5717  |  [email protected]  

Mention “De La Salle Band Fundraiser” to the cashier at the Lakeside Mall Canes to donate 15% of your order!

  Please come out and support the De La Salle Band    Raising Canes at Lakeside Mall Saturday, December 19, 2015 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.   Mention “De La Salle Band Fundraiser” to the Raising Canes cashier and 15% of your order will be donated to the De La Salle Band!      

A Christmas Message from Archbishop Aymond (audio)

  Press the play button ▶︎ to listen to Archbishop Aymonds Christmas Message  

Michael Giambelluca Appointed New President of De La Salle High School

De La Salle High School New Orleans Jessica Meehan | PR Coordinator | 504-258-1628 | [email protected]   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   New Orleans, LA, December 17, 2015 – The Board of Trustees of De La Salle High School has announced the appointment of Michael Giambelluca, J.D., current Principal of Christ the King Parish School in Terrytown, […]

A letter from Michael Giambelluca to the De La Salle Community

  Dear Members of the De La Salle Community, “Let us remember that we are in the holy presence of God.” This call to prayer has been the foundation for Lasallian spirituality for several centuries, and this faith in the presence of God has permeated every aspect of De La Salle High School since its […]

Word of the Day: guile

  guile – (noun) crafty or artful deception When Nikki realized that she couldn’t win the support of her parents honestly, she resorted to guile in an effort to convince them to expand her curfew.

Word of the Day: acrid

  acrid – (adjective) unpleasantly sharp This cleaning fluid has an acrid smell that is just awful!  If this is what clean smells like, I say long live dirt!

Word of the Day: stalwart

  stalwart – (adjective) strong and brave Although they were exhausted and undermanned, the citizens of the town proved to be stalwart souls as they worked through the night to make sure the levees did not fail.

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