NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New Orleans District and its contractors will temporarily close part of Jefferson Avenue for drainage culvert installation. Work is for the Southeast Louisiana Drainage Project (SELA). Beginning Monday, May 5, 2014, the riverbound lane of Jefferson Avenue, between Atlanta Street and Prytania Street will be closed […]
Edwin Buggage | 4/25/2014, 2:53 p.m. | Updated on 4/25/2014, 2:53 p.m. “Kayla Neville is a young woman who is poised to become a leader of her generation. As a senior at De La Salle High School she is working to create awareness around stopping the violence on the streets of New Orleans; something is […]
Tony Behan, our Campus Minister and Religion Department Chair, has been named the Educator of the Year by the Anti-Defamation League
Tonys efforts in leading our students through the One Book Project have made a difference in our community and it is most fitting that others recognize and celebrate his efforts.
Jasper is no doubt sharing cosmos exploration he learned in Mr. Kellys physics class.
DLS students “teamed up” with students from Archbishop Rummel High School to plan a rally to bring awareness to violence in the metro New Orleans area. Click on this link to see WWL-TVs coverage of the event held Saturday evening at Notre Dame Seminary. Speakers at the event included Archbishop Gregory Aymond, US Attorney Kenneth […]
Senior Shelby Boyd signed a volleyball scholarship this morning with the Loyola Wolfpack. Shelby is a two year letter winner for the Cavalier Volleyball Team and served as team captain this past season. Shelby has also lettered in track & field and cheerleading, as well as serving as student body co-president as a senior. Loyola […]