Legette Promoted to Head Football Coach

Randell Legette has been named the new STA head football coach.

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Randell Legette has been named the new STA head football coach.

Legette, who served as an assistant under former STA head coaches John White and Hutch Gonzales has been selected as the Falcons new head football coach. He previously served as Associate Head Football Assistant Coach starting in 2013 until present coaching the wide receivers and was the special teams coordinator.
 

Jude Vitrano Added to ACT 30+ CLUB

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STA senior Jude Vitrano is recognized by Technology Director Joshua Wittie for his composite score of 30 on the ACT College Placement Test.  The Veritas ACT 30+ Award at STA is given to all students who receive a composite score of 30 or above on the ACT.  Jude is a graduate of Holy Ghost Catholic School.

Blaine Jacob Joins the ACT 30+ Club

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STA senior Blaine Jacob is recognized by Technology Director Joshua Wittie for his composite score of 30 on the ACT College Placement Test.  The Veritas ACT 30+ Award at STA is given to all students who receive a composite score of 30 or above on the ACT.  Blaine is a graduate of Trafton Academy.

STA Honors Brotherhood / Sisterhood Award Recipients

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Seniors Leslie Matherne, Alex Theriot, and Brooke Laborde were recently honored as the 2018 recipients of STA's Brotherhood / Sisterhood Awards, along with faculty member Mr. Randell Legette and staff member Ms. Darlene Tallo.

This award program is designed to recognize a senior man and a senior woman, as well as a faculty and a staff member, who demonstrate a true concern for their fellow human beings regardless of race, religion, or academic achievement.  

Thank you Ms. Chauvin

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We wanted to let everyone know that our Communications Director, Ms. Michelle Chauvin, has accepted a position with Jostens, and this Friday will be her last day.  We would like to thank Michelle for her hard work and dedication for the past 8 years.

FALCON HEADED TO WEST POINT

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Senior Will Hetzinger, a four-year letterman in football at Saint Thomas Aquinas, signed a letter of intent to attend West Point and become a member of the Black Knights. Hetzinger’s performance as a punter averaging 46 yards per punt, earned him All-State honors in 2016. Having the ability to hit 50+ yard punts from the line of scrimmage had him recognized as a D1 leg this year. Not only is Hetzinger a member of the 30 Plus ACT Club, Student Council Vice President, and editor of the yearbook, he is a football captain and a member of the basketball, soccer, and track teams.  (seated)  Mark Trapen, Will Hetzinger, and Michelle Trapen. (standing)  Morgan Trapen, Adam Hetzinger, Hutch Gonzales, Randell Legette, Tommy Bolton, and Mason Trapen. 
 

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