This inspiring video highlights the partnership that De La Salle North shares with OnPoint Community Credit Union, one of its long-term student employers, and how our unique Corporate Internship Program relationships benefit both the companies and the students who have been employed by the firms — in both the short- and long-term.
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Partnering for Student Success: New Video from Changing Destinies Luncheon!
Media Coverage of Garden Start Giveaway – De La Salle in the News!
The Catholic Sentinel and Portland’s Skanner (photo/caption above appeared on the cover of their 4/17/13 edition) come on out to cover the De La Salle North and Burpee plant start and produce giveaway.
DLSNC Student Testifies at Multnomah County Board Hearing Regarding Black History Month
“With a special focus on the historic contributions of African-American churches and newspapers, Multnomah County’s Board of Commissioners unanimously adopted a proclamation Thursday to mark February throughout the county as Black History Month,” at their Board hearing on Feb. 21st. One of our students testified at the Board hearing. See link, with quote and photo, here.
1300 Pounds of Fresh Vegetables & 450 Vegetable Plant Starts: Coming to De La Salle North!
That’s right – De La Salle North has been chosen as the ONLY stop in Portland, Oregon for the Burpee Food Truck on its 23-city nationwide trek to deliver vegetables, plant starts and KNOWLEDGE in urban centers and food deserts. Join us on April 15th when the food truck delivers nutrition and education in our very own parking lot!
According to Burpee, “The ‘Grow Anywhere Tour’ focuses on inspiring new generations of urban gardeners to grow their own vegetables on their balcony, back patio, or as part of a neighborhood or community garden. Burpee Home Gardens experts will be available at each tour stop to provide gardening advice, information and educational materials. They will focus on helping communities learn the basics of gardening.”
Learn more here…
Girls and Wrestling at DLSNC – A Great Combination!
Read about how the participation of women on our high school wrestling team affects the team and sport, here in The Catholic Sentinel.
DLSNC Student Wins Full-Ride Act VI Scholarship
A DLSNC senior has earned a full scholarship to Warner Pacific University. Congratulations! Read all about it here.
VIDEO: Keeping The Faith
In this video, which was made for our Annual Scholarship Dinner, DLS students outline their long-term educational and personal goals, as well as some of the challenges they’ve faced in reaching those goals – and how the special program, community and teachers that are DE LA SALLE are helping them to KEEP THE FAITH.
DLS Teacher Chosen as an Idea Lab Fellow for Summer 2013
Wendy Herrin, an English teacher here at De La Salle, has been chosen, in a competitive selection process, as an Idea Lab Institute Teaching Fellow for the summer. Idea Lab is “a summer program where Oregon teens and teachers use the humanities to explore the pursuit of happiness and how it shapes our culture.” Congratulations, Ms. Herrin! Read more here.
Senior Student Conducts Research with Professor at University of Portland
One of De La Salle’s seniors participated in summer research with Biochemistry Professor Sister Angela Hoffman at the University of Portland. Read about it here in the Catholic Sentinel!
DLSNC Constitution Team Wins Performance Awards at District “We The People” Competition
Teachers Edward Zupcic and Kevin Clark took 28 students to Lake Oswego High School for to the We The People District Competition. De La Salle won two awards for Outstanding Performance. One of the judges was U.S. Representative Suzanne Bonamici, who was impressed with the poise and character our students exhibited. All of our students did an excellent job and are ready for the next step, which is to compete at the State level for a chance to go to Washington D.C. Congratulations to our team, coaches and everyone involved!
Region One: Outstanding Unit Performance in Unit 5 and Unit 6