Look at the amazing things our community and students have accomplished this winter and spring:
- A Day of Unity, when students did service, explored faith, and discussed equity and inclusion during student-led workshops.
- The success of dozens of student artists in the prestigious Scholastic Art Competition.
- The completion of the 79th transformative Lasallian retreat known as Journey.
- The awarding of the 5th annual Carol Feltz Bluhm ‘80 Award to teachers Michael Doran and John Donnelly for exemplifying "the qualities and characteristics of Lasallian education" by coaching or moderating an OSAA sport or activity.
- The groundbreaking of the new Saalfeld Athletic Center, which will feature new locker rooms, a new training area, a flexible classroom, and more.
- The 15 Lasallians who went to Boston to participate in Harvard Model Congress, where they portrayed senators, representatives, as well as members of the UN Security Council, G20, and the World Health Organization
- The Better Together fundraiser, during which students raised more than $75,000 to help fellow students attend La Salle.
- The speech and debate team, which excelled in every one of its competitions.
- The fine and performing arts students, who showed their creativity through band, choir, theater, and artwork.
- La Salle’s Admissions department, which mailed acceptance letters to a new crop of Future Falcons, including 23 children of alumni, and 67 students related to current students or La Salle grads.
- Though the winter sports season was cut short, La Salle athletes demonstrated their skill on the basketball courts, in the pools, on the ski and snowboard slopes. La Salle’s dance team returned as a competitive team under the coaching of alum Nikki Meyer.