De La Salle High School has partnered with the Challenge Success project in the School of Education at Stanford University for the last four years. This April we will participate in two different Challenge Success surveys: one for students and one for parents
updated March 9, 2018
Welcome, Spartan Parents!
General Information for DLS Parents:We are honored to partner with you in the education of your sons.
This section will help you navigate through common questions, important resources, ways to get involved, reference materials, and answers to some frequently asked questions.
Please click on our "Volunteer" page to learn more about the family class events we host as well as how to find ways to get involved.
Additionally, you'll find information about our Parent Association - a group of current DLS parents who work on behalf of students, faculty, and staff to support events and volunteer needs.
The Quicklinks button at the top of every page will help you find popular or timely materials.
If you have any questions about this Parent page, please email Mr. Jack Dyer, the Vice President for Campus Life.
Respect Week was a major topic at this month's Parent Association meeting. Also discussed was the success of January's Crab Feed as well as updates on events in the next few months.
At our Parent Association meeting, Mr. Michael Aquino (Director for Educational Technology, M.V.P. moderator, coach, and teacher) spoke with parents about technology and the upcoming Respect Week. Board members also provided updates.
This Parent Association meeting included an introduction by Jon Norfolk about our brand new Learning Center. The meeting also included information about the upcoming Parent Education events.
This Parent Association meeting included a special presentation from Mark Chiarucci, the VP for Advancement, as well as Parent Association board reports.
The first Parent Association meeting of the year included an overview of the events and fundraising the PA sponsors as well as special presentations by Dr. Heather Alumbaugh and Mr. Jack Dyer.