Returning Student iPads Ready for Pickup

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** iPad pickup is now Tues and Thurs, 8-1.


Returning students can begin picking up their iPads from summer maintenance on Monday, June 10th. Students must bring a signed copy of the "2013-14 iPad / Technology Acceptable Use Policy" with them. This document must be signed by a parent/guardian and by the student. The form can be downloaded from the STA website, under STA Docs.  Pickup hours are Tuesday and Thursday, 8am - 1pm. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Wittie at jwittie@stafalcons.org.

ACT 30+ Club

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Five STA students scored a 30 or above on the COMPOSITE score of the ACT in the 2012-13 school year!  Congratulations to Laura Crother, Brooke Barringer, Andrew Jordan, Sara Gambel, and Spencer Wyld.

Seniors Present Research Project on Careers

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English IV students in Mrs. Brooks' class are wrapping up the final steps of their research project.  Each student's project included researching a career, annotating, rough drafts, a final essay and a 5-10 minute presentation.  Pictured is AP student Jacob Smith demonstrating the proper way to brush teeth, which he learned by researching careers in dentistry.

STA Students Excel at District Literary Rally

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The 2013 District Literary Rally was held at SLU on Saturday, March 23. The Rally encompasses private and public high schools from St. Tammany, Tangipahoa, Livingston, Washington, St. Charles, West Feliciana, Iberville, and East Baton Rouge Parishes.  A total of 75 schools competed in 28 events at this year’s rally.  Sixteen STA students placed at the District Level. Twelve of these students will go on to compete at the state level (Two events, spelling and art, do not have a state competition and if two STA students both placed in the same subject, the state only allows the top finisher to compete at the next level)


English I finishes Poetry unit

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Ms. Oalmann's freshman English class celebrates the end of the poetry unit!  Each student created a free verse poem about themselves called the "I Am" poem and then used it to create a poster that shared a little about themselves and their lives. This is a favorite and much-anticipated project among freshmen, as well as providing colorful classroom decorations during the unit.

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