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Meteor Resource Program

Meteor Resource Program The goal of the Meteor Resource Program is to support De La Salle’s mission of providing a Catholic and Lasallian education that is grounded in human dignity, and that puts every student in a position to succeed. Students who participate in the Meteor Resource Program are provided instructional support in a dedicated space that will assist them in learning key skills required to be successful in high school and beyond.  Teachers and the Director of Learning Services will work in tandem to ensure that students have all the support required for their success.   METEOR RESOURCE PROGRAM  The Meteor Resource Program is an inclusive program dedicated to supporting select students at De La Salle. Students participating in this program not only receive academic support, but also increase executive functioning skills, study skills, and self-advocacy skills that will help them to experience long-term success at De La Salle and beyond. Criteria for entrance into this program may include, but is not limited to, entrance exam test scores, prior participation in a resource program, parent request, etc.  PAPERWORK REQUIRED Current (within the past three (3) years)  504 Plan Individual Education Plan (IEP) Neuropsychological Evaluation Program Leadership Nicole Merz Director of…
David Terry
October 14, 2022

All-School Liturgy Prayer Intentions

All-School Liturgy Prayer Intentions Campus Ministry Team Ms. Emily Vogel Director of Campus Ministry/Lasallian Youth Moderator Mr. Dan Dowling Assistant Campus Minister Mr. Chris Wood Assistant Campus Minister Ms. Monique Cruz Lasallian Youth Moderator Whether our students participate as peer ministers or Lasallian Youth Leaders, Meteors lead the charge in serving the members of their community.
David Terry
October 11, 2022
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HBCU College Fair Student Registration is Open

We are pleased to announce that De La Salle Institute will host its 1st HBCU (Historically Black Colleges & Universities) College Fair on Friday, October 14, 2022 from 1 pm - 3pm. DLS has seen an increase in the number of students that are applying to HBCUs with a significant increase in the number of DLS enrollees to HCBUs. Flyers for this event are being shared with students. We encourage as many students as possible to participate and learn about their postsecondary options at an HBCU. This event is open to all students that are interested in learning more about historically black colleges and universities (grades 9th - 12th). Several of the institutions are offering onsite admissions and scholarship awards at the fair. Students must register prior to the event in order to receive a pass to the fair.  The last day for students to register for the event is Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2022. Registration Link:
David Terry
October 4, 2022
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