STA Honors Brotherhood / Sisterhood Award Recipients
The Diocese of Baton Rouge has once again partnered with the National Conference for Community and Justice to celebrate Brotherhood/Sisterhood. This year’s program is sponsored by Neighbors Federal Credit Union. Seniors Summer Naquin and Branson Stephens were recently honored as the 2014 recipients of STA's Brotherhood / Sisterhood Awards, along with faculty member Mrs. Alexandra Burris and Advancement Director Errol Gauff.
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.
Principal Jose Becerra is pictured with English IV teacher Mrs. Alexandra Burris, her husband Josh, and her children Jasmine and Jason. Mrs. Burris was chosen by the faculty as this year's Neighbor's Way Award faculty recipient.
Principal Jose Becerra is pictured with senior Branson Stephens, his sister Markki, his father Mark, and his grandmother Hurmnee Stephens. Branson was chosen by the faculty from the senior class to receive this year's Brotherhood award.
Principal Jose Becerra congratulates senior Summer Naquin for being chosen by the faculty from the senior class to receive this year's Sisterhood award. Pictured with Summer are her grandparents Ray and Ruth Naquin, and her parents Michelle and Marcus Naquin.
Principal Jose Becerra congratulates Advancement Director Errol Gauff for being chosen by the faculty as the recipient of the staff Neighbor's Way award.