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2019

News Archive

  • December

    Ulster Project Delaware - Summer 2020

    Ulster Project Delaware (UPD) is seeking applicants, aged 14 -16, for its 44th annual month-long peace and leadership project in July 2020. Students can learn more during a presentation on Tuesday during Flex.

    American teens and their families host Protestant and Catholic teens from Northern Ireland as they seek to learn tolerance, build understanding and gain lifelong friendships. Teens participate in day trips to NYC, DC, Philadelphia, Hershey Park and the beach; service projects; leadership and team building events; visits to various places of worship; and fun local outings.  Teens of all faiths and nationalities are encouraged to apply. The cost is minimal and the experience is priceless!  Learn more at www.ulsterprojectdelaware.org for more information and email any questions to applyupd@gmail.com.
  • Birkenheuer Toy Drive

    Birkenheuer is hosting their annual toy drive collecting infant items and toys to benefit A. I. DuPont.
    • infant items like rattles and teething rings
    • Colored pencils, markers, and coloring books
    • Play doh
    • Children’s Books
    • Nail polish & pedicure kits and spa toiletries
    • Toy medical play kits
    This is an excellent opportunity to give back to a community that has given you so much, and it is a great way to spread holiday cheer this Advent and Christmas season for children at Ai du Pont Children's Hospital. The toy drive runs all next week. You can drop off items in your House box outside of CFJ.
  • Hour of Code

    The Hour of Code is a nationwide initiative to introduce students to one hour of computer science and programming. All levels of experience are welcomed!

    When is Hour of Code: December 9 - 14, during Flex in A033 (Mr. Guinaugh's Computer Lab)
  • November

    December Exam Schedule

  • March for Life 2020

    March for Life will take place in Washington, DC on Friday, January 24.  Our Salesians for Life group will be taking a bus from Salesianum at 8am and returning around 7pm.  The cost is $30/student.  All interested students need to register by Friday, December 6. >>Register 

    Contact Mrs. Correale if you have any questions at rcorreale@salesianum.org
  • October

    Winter Blood Drive

    The Salesianum Blood Drive is coming up December 3. Students 17 years of age or older on that date can give. Please take a moment to sign up for an appointment >>Sign Up
  • Raffle Tickets

    Raffle tickets will be collected this week on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday during Flex in the Main Lobby. You amy only turn tickets during the assigned times. Tickets turned in by Friday will be included in this week's raffle.
  • Salesianum Talent Show

    Do you have a talent that you would like to share with the world? Can you rap? Sing? Dance? Are you funny?  Well here is your chance to shine!  Salesianum is trying to put together a competition where you can show off your talents and win a grand prize in front of a panel of judges. Think you got what it takes for "Sallies Got Talent?"  >>Interest Form
  • September

    House Man of the Month

    The House Man of the Month is designed to recognize a student from each house who is living the Salesian standard. It can be a simple act of kindness that you've experienced or witnessed or the way in which this student lives his life as a Salesian Gentleman.

    House Council members will review the nominations each month and select a student to be recognized. >>Nominate a Student
  • House Points

  • Retreat Program

    Retreats are an integral part of the Salesianum experience. Students are invited to a variety of optional overnight retreats, some designed with service-learning focus.
  • Service Requirements

    Service-Learning is a comprehensive four-year expectation at Salesianum rooted in the Gospel and principles of Catholic Social Teaching. Guided by the spirituality of St. Francis de Sales, the program seeks to develop a true servant mentality among the students and a preferential option for the poor, marginalized, and vulnerable by fostering connections across academic disciplines and promoting meaningful service opportunities to meet community needs. The program draws inspiration from the teachings of Christ, who came to preach a kingdom of justice, love and peace.
  • Yearbook

    YEARBOOK PURCHASE
    Yearbooks are available for $95 through December 20. Order online via the Josten's website.

    SUMMER PHOTOS
    The Yearbook staff is looking for photos of students from summer vacation. Photos from vacation with family or friends, at work, etc. Share your exciting memory by uploading no more than one picture with a full description. >>Upload Picture

    SENIOR BABY PICTURES
    Parents of the Class of 2020 - please submit a baby picture for the yearbook. The picture should be ages 6 months - 2 years. To make it easier for us to crop there should be no other individuals in the photo.  >>Upload Picture
  • August

    Lunch Rotations

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