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8th graders: Apply to be a Falcon!!! Application is available online at
Falcon Time is truly Falcons’ time, when students choose how they will spend 30 minutes in the middle of the day. Today’s menu offered a medley of options, such as prepping for a calculus test, studying Spanish, walking  on the track, and singing “Alleluia” in the main hallway.
As part of their lessons on sound waves, first-year physics students have made their own instruments. Today Brad Gianella ‘22 stood in front of one of Mr.  Voge’s classes  and played a few notes and “Mary had a Little Lamb” on a carefully carved carrot.
TONIGHT is GIRLS BASKETBALL Future Falcon Night! FREE, with your online registration: pizza, a visit with the coaches and players,  admission to the game and La Salle swag! Wear LS spirit wear or your team jersey! Pizza in the cafeteria at 6pm, and in the brick oven, the La Salle Falcons will take on Wilsonville at 7:15.  See you there!
The Lady Falcons are having a great night! Six minutes left in the game and the girls as Putnam 64 to 23
Families interested in learning more about La Salle Prep are invited to Prospective Parent Night at 7 p.m. on Thursday, January 10, in the school's Hamersly Library.
The evening will include a brief presentation highlighting La Salle's mission, core values, college prep academics, financial assistance, admissions process, and more.
La Salle's Principal/President, Executive Director, Vice Principals, Athletic Director, Admissions Director, and other administrators will answer questions and talk to prospective parents.
Families may explore La Salle's campus and 21st-century classrooms before the talk; doors to the school open at 6:30 pm. Student Ambassadors will be stationed in the chapel, classrooms, and hallways to give directions.
No RSVP necessary. And a reminder: Applications for Admissions, Financial Aid, and Scholarships are due Friday, January 18.
Another message from the North Pole. Hope you are having a great break!
Thanks to all the musicians, singers, and dancers for sharing their gifts with us during concerts in the theater and gym today. And thanks to teachers Otto Wild and John Donnelly for sharing their gifts with students!
A reminder from our fearless duo in the front office: We start at 8 am tomorrow!
Alums in the house! Thanks for coming back to visit. Great to see all of you!
After the sun went down on Friday, dozens of students, staff, families, and friends walked through La Salle’s halls to re-enact what is known as a posada — Joseph and Mary’s search for shelter on their way to Bethlehem. During the posada — which means ‘inn’ or ‘lodging’ in Spanish — Lasallians stopped at several class doors that represented inns and pleaded to enter. From the other side of the doors, however, those portraying innkeepers said there was no room. After one set of innkeepers finally welcomed the pilgrims, all celebrated with a potluck dinner, music, and piñata. More photos at
The Holiday Clay Sale is underway! Drop by Room 136 3-7pm today and tomorrow to get something for your loved ones and yourself! There’s a bake sale and crafts from the IDC, too! Ho ho ho!