Student Life
Lasallian Student Life

District of San Francisco-New Orleans Programs

Lasallian Youth Assembly (hosted by the San Francisco New Orlean District Office)
The Office of Education, in cooperation with local schools and works, regularly sponsors an assembly for students involved in the Lasallian Youth movement. For a week during the summer, students are engaged in prayer, reflection, service opportunities, education sessions around themes of social justice, and Catholic social teaching. After participating in the Assembly, Lasallian Youth are challenged to promote a culture of faith, service, and community in their home communities. The location of the Assembly usually takes place on the campus of a Catholic college or university on the west coast of the United States. The location of the Assembly varies each year. (from the San Francisco New Orlean District website)

Programing in the past few years:
2018 Portland Human Trafficking 
2017 New Orleans Incarceration
2016 El Paso Immigration
2015 San Diego Immigration


Lasallian Student Leaders (hosted by the San Francisco New Orlean District Office)
Each summer, Lasallian Student Leaders brings together those student leaders elected by their peers, appointed by faculty or invited by administrators for a week of leadership, mission, and faith development. The program seeks to equip student leaders with an understanding of the inherent responsibility they have for the Lasallian Educational Mission as they take up their respective leadership roles on campus. Students are introduced to key concepts and philosophies that will guide their decision making processes, including five core principles of a Lasallian school. They also acquire practical leadership skills and understandings, as well as establish working and collaborative relationships with other Lasallian student leaders from around the District. Lasallian Student Leaders takes place annually. (from the San Francisco New Orlean District website)

Called and Chosen Retreats
Designed for male/female students from each secondary school, these annual retreats provide participants with information, reflection, and discussion concerning their own growing sense of vocation in the Church and asks them to consider for themselves their vocation or calling, including the vocation to the Brothers and other forms of religious life.  (from the San Francisco New Orlean District website)
 
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