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May, 2013

Hanson Appointed Principal


Ms. Roslyn Hanson, formerly the principal at William Pitcher Junior High in Covington, has been appointed as principal of Covington High to replace Ms. Deborah McCollum, who recently retired.




CHS Student Project Wins
Superintendent's Award


A service learning project by a group of science students and teachers at Covington High School has won the Superintendent’s Award for Outstanding Character and Citizenship for 2013. Superintendent W. L. “Trey” Folse, III said each year the group creates dozens of science displays and demonstrations to teach basic science concepts to visiting second grade students from several area elementary schools. Present to accept the award at the School Board meeting May 16 were, first row, from left to right, Millie Bean, Rachel Rickerson, Mary Martin, Sarah Smith, Superintendent Folse, Principal Deborah McCollum, and Capital One Bank representatives David Blasini and Denis Schexnaydre. On the back row, left to right, are Deborah Nunez, Rachel Moore, Chrystine Staiger, Kyle Herrera, Christine Clayton, Charlotte Joiner, Steve Turner, Assistant Principal Raphael Tillman, and John Boudreaux. Capital One Bank provided a grant of $750 to the award winner to help pay costs for next year's event.


Band Wins Honors

At the annual District Large Ensemble Assessment which was held on March 21, 2013, the Covington High Symphonic Band and Wind Symphony were awarded Sweepstakes trophies for scoring a 1 on both the Stage performance and Sight-reading. Both bands then traveled to Natchitoches to perform at the State Large Ensemble Assessment. At the State Assessment, the Wind Symphony was awarded the Sweepstakes trophy and the Symphonic Band was awarded a performance plaque for earning a 1 on their stage performance. Pictured are Lynn Bentivegna, Symphonic Band director, and Neal Naquin, Wind Symphony director.


April, 2013


Books and Blankets

The Covington High School Reading Club recently donated “Books and Blankets” donation to Head Start. The club spends many hours raising money to purchase material to make blankets for the children next door at the Head Start facility. Through this act of volunteerism, CHS students experience the importance of giving back to their community. Head Start students get the opportunity to interact with high school students who make reading fun. The club’s goal is to make reading fun.

Bethanie Cuny Victoria Dunnaway reading the book they will donate to the class

Tiffany Carter and Brandi Duczer passing out a homemade blanket to each student

Jessie Wilder, President of Reading Club, passing out blankets to students

Mrs. McCollum (Principal of Covington High) and Bethanie Cuny, at left. On the front row are Miracle Hollins, Brandi Duczer, Jessie Wilder, Rhiannon Phillips, Tonya Brumfield (Center director assistant), and Mr. Tillman (Covington High Asst. Principal). On the back row are Tiffany Carter, Mr. Buras (Director of Covington Head Start) Victoria Dunnaway, Jose’ Datiz, and Ms. Jamieson (Reading Club Sponsor).



2013 Aspiring Artist Scholarship

Covington High School senior Faith Conlin received a $500 scholarship to help with her first semester at Brigham Young University in the fall. The first Aspiring Artist Scholarship was presented to Ms. Conlin by the Hammond Regional Arts Center (HRAC) on April 19.  From left to right are HRAC Board Member Al Bentley; Melanie Conlin, mother; Faith Conlin; HRAC Executive Director Melissa Griffin; and Board Member Kelly Sellers-Wittie.

Ms. Conlin will pursue a degree in Piano Performance. The Aspiring Artist Scholarship is is awarded to a graduating high school senior from Tangipahoa or St. Tammany Parish who shows exemplary efforts in their curriculum and plans to study an art-related field at an accredited college or university. Ms. Conlin is not only a skilled piano player, she is also an extremely active student who holds a 4.0 grade point average. Her extracurricular activities include Student Council, National Honor Society and swim team, among many others.

“I want to be a pianist because I love it!” she said in her scholarship application. “I find that I can truly express who I am and my feelings and thoughts when I play piano.” Mel Rogers, Conlin’s Talented Music teacher at Covington High, said, "She has shown herself to be highly motivated, focused and conscientious. She has also exhibited an exceptionally high level of self- discipline.”

For more information about the Hammond Regional Arts Center, click here.


Groundbreaking Held
for Bell Tower

With shovels in hand, several school and community representatives took part in the groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Bell Tower Plaza in front of Covington High School Friday, April 19. With the bell itself center stage with Covington Lion mascots behind it, from left to right are Kyle Kent, Keith Barre, Blake Pennington, Deborah McCollum, Pat Bridges, Assistant Superintendent William “Bill” Brady, Caroline Smith, Kenneth Byrd, and Mayor Mike Cooper. The bell was saved from the 1974 fire that destroyed the school building on Jefferson Avenue.

CHS Ambassador Council Holds
Bell Tower Plaza Groundbreaking

A groundbreaking ceremony for the new Bell Tower Plaza at Covington High School was held Friday, April 19, with dozens of guests on hand to witness the event. It was preceded by a special reception in the school library hosted by Principal Deborah McCollum, to celebrate “the return of the bell.”

Special guest speakers included Assistant Superintendent William “Bill” Brady, former Coach Jack Salter and Ralph Menetre. Brady told of the great teachers and great coaches he remembers while attending CHS. Teacher Kenneth Byrd told of how the bell was saved from the 1974 fire at the school by Principal Louis Wagner and returned to the school by his daughter Denise Wagner. The bell has been held in storage since its return, making appearances at a variety of special events.

The final scene of a play written by Teacher Gary Mendoza was enacted for the program by several Talented Theater students. The play was named “What Fire Can Never Burn” and outlined the history of Covington High School with special appreciation of the teachers throughout the years. The play was presented earlier this year at the start of the school’s Centennial Celebration.

The 150-member CHS Marching Lions Band and a group of talented music students provided the music, the chorus sang “Who Am I,” the NJROTC presented the colors, and the national anthem was sung by Cedric Bridges.

Recognized at the library reception were School Board President Elizabeth Heintz, School Board Members Michael Dirmann, and Stephen “Jack” Loup, III, Mayor Mike Cooper of Covington, and Parish Assessor Louis Fitzmorris.

Many people have come together to help make the Bell Tower a reality, Ms. McCollum stated. She thanked her faculty and staff for helping guide the process as well. “This is an event which will truly connect our school to the community,” said Ms. McCollum. She thanked the architects who designed the Bell Tower, the grounds preparation service and the contractor who was going to build it for donating all or part of their services for the project.

The Ambassadors Council for CHS is financing the project through the sale of bricks engraved with the names of former students, teachers, and administrators. Persons wishing to purchase a brick may contact the school or members of the council.

Past and present Covington High Principals who came to the groundbreaking were, from left to right, Stephen "Jack" Loup, III, Pat Massoth, Deborah McCollum, Danny Guillory, and Catherine Boesch.


Mathletes Get Prizes

The Hornets and Chevron delivered a ton of goodies for the 729 Mathletes at Covington High on April 17, distributing T-shirts, backpacks, sunglasses, and wrist watches to those students who had met the criteria for being a Mathlete the first and second grading period. Special consideration was given to the school since many of its Mathletes had been unable to attend a Hornets game due to an accident on the Causeway the night of the game.

Hornets emcee Rob Nice and two Honeybees helped give out the items. Principal Deborah McCollum told the group she was very proud of their accomplishment. Assistant Principal Raphael Tillman helped co-ordinate the event.

Above is a photograph of some of the recipients of the gifts. It was the last day for the basketball team to be named "Hornets," since the next day they would be changing their name to the "Pelicans."


Science Awareness Day

Seven hundred second grade students visited Covington High the morning of April 16 to take part in a fun-filled science adventure under the bleachers of Jack Salter Stadium. The event was the sixth annual Science Awareness Day offering dozens of demonstrations and exhibits related to chemistry, physics, ecology, and biology.

The elementary grade students were bused in to view the hands-on exhibits with lively presentations by the high school students. A misting rain at the beginning moved the whole program from the grassy field behind the stadium to under the stadium, but the fun continued.

“The event has grown quite a bit over the years,” said Principal Deborah McCollum.

The kids were greeted by a guide dressed in a wizard costume with a bullhorn, leading the group to tables displaying everything from the laws of reflection and refraction to the chemistry of candy. Scientific principals were illustrated using ice cream and the physics of marshmallows in motion was explored. There were hands-on demonstrations of gyroscopic action, the three stages of matter, and one booth even boasted “We make it rain.” There were 41 learning stations manned by approximately 200 high school students.

Funded by a grant from the Joe W. and Dorothy Dorsett Brown Foundation, the event was held for second grade students brought by bus from Covington Elementary, Lyon Elementary, Folsom Elementary, Lancaster Elementary, Fifth Ward Junior High and Lee Road Junior High School.


Covington High Powerlifting
Team Sets National Records

The Covington High Powerlifting Team recently finished in third place at the USA Powerlifting (USAPL) High School National Championships in Denver, Colorado, according to Cody Walters, Assistant Football Coach and Head Powerlifting Coach at the school. They broke several national records, had two national champions, and received high honors in several categories of competition.

The Covington High effort was led by sophomore Josh Bickham and Freshman Tyran Garrett. Bickham earned gold in the 198 lb weight class with an 800 kilo (1,763.7 lbs) total, which was also the highest total of the entire competition, lifting more than even the super heavyweights, Coach Walters said. “Josh's total was a national record for his weight class, and he also set national records with a 292.5 kilo (644.8 lbs) squat and a 315 kilo (694.5 lbs) deadlift,” he explained.

Bickham’s deadlift was also the highest deadlift of the entire meet regardless of weight class. In addition to his gold medal and national records, he was also given the Best Lifter award, which goes to the strongest “pound for pound” lifter at the meet.

Bickham's highest total of the 2013 USAPL High School Nationals marks the second consecutive year that CHS had the strongest lifter in the country, since 2012 senior Daniel LaRocca had the highest total at last year's High School Nationals in Wisconsin, Coach Walters stated.

Freshman Tyran Garrett was a national champion in the 181 lb weight class, posting a 695 kilo total (1,532.2 lbs) with a 277.5 kilo (677.8 lbs) squat, a 160 kilo (352.7 lbs) bench press, and a 257.5 kilo (567.7 lbs) deadlift. He finished third in the “Best Lifter” rankings, giving Covington High the first and third places “pound for pound” strongest lifters in the country, “which is an even more impressive feat considering Josh is only a sophomore and Tyran a freshman,” Coach Walters noted.

Junior Jathan Cutrer finished second in the 242 lb weight class with a 305 kilo (672.4 lbs) squat, a 170 kilo (374.8 lbs) bench press, and a 255 kilo (562. 2 lbs) deadlift for a total of 730 kilos (1,609.4 lbs).

Junior Scott Reviere earned bronze in the 148 lb weight class with a total of 515 kilos (1,135.4 lbs) consisting of a squat of 202.5 kilos (446.4 lbs), a 115 kilo (253.3 lbs) bench press, and a deadlift of 197.5 kilos (435.4 lbs).

“The wins help recognize the exceptional efforts of our powerlifting team at Covington High,” Coach Walters said. “The team got to show off their hard work this year among teams from all over the country,” he stated. The new weight room at Covington High, dedicated two years ago, was a huge help, Coach Walters said. “That’s a big advantage for us.”


District PTA Names
Outstanding Student

The St. Tammany District PTA presented its 2013 Outstanding Student Award to Alexis Nastasi of Covington High at its annual General Membership and Awards Meeting held in the C. J. Schoen Administrative Complex on Monday, April 8, 2013. At right is Miss Nastasi as Superintendent W. L. "Trey" Folse, III congratulates her on her selection. She was commended for her volunteer efforts helping during many PTA activities and fund-raisers as well as her outstanding grade point average.


February, 2013


CHS Gym Dedicated To
Coach Hubie Gallagher

The Covington High School gymnasium was dedicated to former Coach Hubert "Hubie" Gallagher Saturday afternoon, paying tribute to the legendary coach and civic leader who for 32 years led CHS sports to great accomplishments, especially the basketball team. Dozens of former players from the 1940's, 50's and 60's attended a special reception in the CHS library prior to the dedication ceremonies, recalling Gallagher's impact in their lives.

Principal Deborah McCollum welcomed those in attendance, and Athletic Director Darryl Graham was master of ceremonies for the program. Speakers included Superintendent W. L. "Trey" Folse, III, Ralph Menetre, former Coaches Jack Salter and Allie Smith, Richard Laird, Stanley Jacobs, Hank Ferrer, and Hubie Gallagher's children, Pat Gallagher and Sissy Gallagher Fortier.

Special guests included School Board President Elizabeth B. Heintz, Board Members Stephen J. "Jack" Loup, III, Charles T. Harrell and Michael J. Dirmann, Mayor Mike Cooper of Covington, and Assistant Superintendents Cheryl Arabie, William “Bill” Brady, and Pete Jabbia.

Superintendent Folse applauded those involved in the effort to put the program together, including Principal McCollum, Coach Graham, and the School Board members who voted to name the gym in honor of Gallagher. He thanked the Gallagher family for helping with the ceremony as well.

During the dedication ceremony, Principal McCollum read the long list of achievements from Coach Gallagher's career, not only at CHS but also in the community, as a city councilman, Mayor Pro Tem, and leader of the city's recreational program. For his many career accomplishments, he was inducted into the Louisiana High School Athletics Association Hall of Fame in 1983.

Superintendent W. L. "Trey" Folse, III, Sissy Gallagher Fortier and Pat Gallagher

An engraved plaque was presented to Pat Gallagher and his sister, and large signs had already been installed on the gymnasium walls with Coach Gallagher's name.

The reception included a display of photographs from Coach Gallagher’s career, two scrapbooks filled with newspaper articles, letters, and photos, and the large bound book used to list the roster of athletes in each sport at Covington High over the years. Attendees at the reception studied the lists to see their own name placed there at the time of their participation.

Graham said, “It’s a great tribute to a man who is so deserving of this honor. He had some great accomplishments at this school during his career at this school. It’s truly amazing what he did.”

From 1939 to 1971, Coach Gallagher not only coached all sports, but taught Civics, Social Studies, Drivers Education and Physical Education. He also served as Physical Education Supervisor for the entire School System. Originally from Pennsylvania, Coach Gallagher first came to Covington in 1937, joining the Covington High staff in 1939.

Music for the reception was provided by CHS music students under the direction of Mel Rogers. Refreshments were provided by the ProStart culinary arts students, and the National Junior ROTC took part in the ceremonies in the gymnasium, presenting the flag. The Covington High Ambassadors were also credited for helping make the event a success.

The event was part of Covington High’s Centennial Celebration observing the 100th year anniversary for the school.

To view photographs from the event,
please click here


January, 2013


Coach Hubert "Hubie" Gallagher

Gym To Be Dedicated
To Coach Gallagher

The St. Tammany Parish School Board voted on a resolution January 10 to name the gymnasium at Covington High School in honor of the legendary Basketball Coach Hubert S. “Hubie” Gallagher.

Dozens of Gallagher supporters filled the Board room as speaker after speaker told of Gallagher’s outstanding record as coach, educator, and civic leader. The official dedication ceremony will be held on Saturday, February 2, at 1 p.m. during the Covington High basketball game.

For almost thirty two years, 1939 to 1971, Coach Gallagher was a well-known coach and teacher at Covington High. He not only coached all sports, but taught Civics, Social Studies, Drivers Education and Physical Education. For his many career accomplishments, he was inducted into the Louisiana High School Athletics Association Hall of Fame in 1983.

Originally from Pennsylvania, Coach Gallagher first came to Covington in 1937, joining the Covington High staff in 1939.

From left to right are Stanley Jacobs, Coach Jack Salter, Pat Gallagher, Sissy Gallagher Fortier, Gene Sykes, Jeff Schoen, Superintendent W. L. “Trey” Folse, III, Coach Allie Smith, and Ralph Menetre.

At the Board meeting in January, former students, friends and co-workers encouraged the School Board to name the gym in his honor, following up on a request by the Covington High School Ambassador Council, a group of community volunteers helping to celebrate the school’s 100th anniversary this year.

Speakers included Gene Sykes, Stanley Jacobs, Jeff Schoen, and Ralph Menetre. Coach Gallagher was praised for being a wonderful coach, a great friend, and a really fine gentleman. His coaching style was effective, he had a great sense of humor, and was a wonderful role model for his students, they said.

Pat Gallagher, Coach Gallagher’s son, thanked the Board for its action and efforts to recognize the many contributions made by his father to the community.

Former CHS Football Coaches Jack Salter and Allie Smith also attended the meeting as supporters of the resolution.

During his career, Gallagher served as the CHS Athletic Director as well as Head Football Coach and Head Basketball Coach. As the latter, his win-loss record at 626 wins and 291 losses, with two state championships, five regional titles and ten district championships.

Lyon High 1945 Boys Varsity Basketball Team
Bottom row, left to right: Jimmy Riley, Hezzie Fauntleroy, Ralph Menetre, Ronnie Pogue, Buck Monlezun, and Cyp Schoen. Top row, left to right: Coach Hubie Gallagher, Fred Terry, Troy Jackson, Huey Thompson, Henri Ferrer, Manuel Dugas, and Ball Boy Hubie Gallagher, Jr.

From 1970 to 1974, he served as Supervisor of Physical Education for the School System. In addition, he was a Covington City Councilman for 16 years, serving as Mayor Pro Tem for eight years; was the first Director of the Covington Community Center; and was Director of the Covington Municipal Swimming Pool for six years.

His other accomplishments included the establishment of Little League Baseball in the Covington area, starting the Covington Biddy Basketball League, and coordinating a prep basketball tournament called the Lyon/CHS Invitational Tournament, a showcase of early season play in Louisiana, fielding 24 teams at one time. Speakers told how important the tournament was in promoting basketball in the area and how successful it was in raising awareness and generating excitement for the sport.

A special reception will be held by the CHS Centennial Anniversary committee on February 2 prior to the dedication ceremony. It will be held at 1 p.m. the Covington High library for Coach Gallagher’s family, friends, former players, and co-workers.

The City of Covington named a neighborhood recreational park on 15th Avenue after Gallagher several years ago.



December, 2012



Lynch Honored by School Board

Richard “Vance” Lynch IV, the CISCO/Web/Multimedia Teacher at Covington High School, received the Region 2 High School Teacher of the Year award for LACUE (Louisiana Computer Using Educators) at the group’s November 27 meeting in New Orleans. He was recognized for the accomplishment by the St. Tammany Parish School Board at its December meeting. Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction Cheryl Arabie congratulated him on his selection and said, “Walking into his classroom, it is clear to see the students totally engaged in technology in its best form.” Lynch said, “I’m very proud to represent St. Tammany in this way.”

November, 2012


LACUE Award Given To Lynch


Richard “Vance” Lynch IV, the CISCO/Web/Multimedia Teacher at Covington High School received the Region 2 High School Teacher of the Year award for LACUE (Louisiana Computer Using Educators) at the group’s November 28 meeting in New Orleans. 

"I am really honored to have been selected for this award,” Lynch said.  “I strive to improve students' understanding of technology, and LACUE helps me to keep on top of current trends and issues.  It's very humbling to be recognized by LACUE after being involved with this organization for only a few years."

Superintendent W. L. “Trey” Folse, III, said, “As technology advances, our teachers have kept right up with it, and the awards given by the Louisiana Association of Computer Using Educators reinforce those achievements. We congratulate Vance for his most recent accomplishment and appreciate the continuing effort of all our educators to integrate technology into each classroom to benefit every student.”

Last year Lynch won the CHS Teacher of the Year award, continued on to win the Parish Teacher of the Year, and finally the Region II Teacher of the Year award given by the Louisiana State Department of Education.

October, 2012



Cardinale Sings Anthem

Lindsey Cardinale from Ponchatoula, Season Four American Idol Finalist, performed the National Anthem prior to the Covington High School football game on September 28. Pictured from left are Principal Deborah McCollum, Lindsey Cardinale, and Sarah Larsen.


Fan of the Week

Congratulations to Jimmy Guillet for winning the Covington High Cheerleader’s Fan of the Week! At every game the cheerleaders watch for the most enthusiastic, roaring good fan! Jimmy won a special t-shirt and took his picture with Leo the Lion! Thanks for all your support Jimmy!


Yearbook Presented

Senior members of the Yearbook Staff presented the principal of Covington High School, Mrs. Deborah McCollum, with the yearbook from the 2011-2012 school year.  Pictured with Mrs. McCollum are Michelle Kendall, Sarah Smith, and McKenzie DeSandro.


Band Featured at Fair

The Covington High band was spotlighted at the St. Tammany Parish Fair this past weekend, marching and playing in the Friday parade and providing entertainment during the opening ceremonies. Several dignitaries complimented the band during the event, saying it showcased Covington High's talent and commitment to the community.

Click here for a video with excerpts of the fair's opening ceremony.


August, 2012


Annual Open House

Covington High School recently held its annual Open House.  Parents and students visited the CHS campus and met with each of their children's teachers.  Sophomore Bethany Warden, with her parents Larry and Dana Warden and her little brother Larry, visit Bethany's Biology classroom.


Centennial Celebration
Kick Off

With dozens of special guests and more than a thousand students looking on, Covington High School officially kicked off its Centennial Celebration August 10 with a balloon release and the ringing of the bell from the original school building. The event was held in Jack Salter stadium, with former Coach Jack Salter one of the many dignitaries in attendance.

Superintendent W. L. “Trey” Folse, III congratulated the faculty and students on their Centennial Celebration. “We’re excited to share the special events that are coming all this next year,” he said. Covington High’s graduates have made many contributions over the years to not only the local area, but to the nation and around the world, he said. “Our theme this year is Community Connections, and I cannot think of a high school that better exemplifies that theme,” Folse stated.

Several School Board members were also in attendance, including President Stephen J. “Jack” Loup, III, Michael Dirmann, and Elizabeth Heintz. Also present on the stage were Assistant Superintendents Cheryl Arabie, William “Bill” Brady, and Pete Jabbia. Other special guests included former supervisors Ralph Menetre and Dennis Sharp, and Sammy O’Keefe, Covington City Councilman.

Principal Deborah McCollum and Student Council President Jillian Carlos emceed the event, with the Marching Lions Band providing the music. The dance team and cheerleaders also took part, particularly in the construction and placement of a quarter-mile long paper chain, each link signed by a student at the school and decorated with positive statements. The chain symbolized the school’s unity and pledge to treat each other fairly.

Special guest Evelyn Talley, who graduated with the Class of 1940, told the students to take advantage of all their opportunities, do their best and appreciate the rich legacy of Covington High. “I loved school, and the band was an important part of my life,” she said. “I still have my trumpet.”

Her husband, the late Theodore “Red” Talley, was a School Board member for many years and took part in the planning of the current high school building.

Eveyln Talley, a member of the Class of 1940, is greeted by Superintendent W. L. “Trey” Folse, III, left, and Principal Deborah McCollum, right.

Clara Marion of the Class of 1962 presented a Covington High School Lion print signed by the artist John Akers to Principal McCollum, and Mayor Mike Cooper’s Administrative Assistant Pam Keller delivered a special proclamation that named August 10th as Covington High School Centennial Year Kick-off Day.

At the beginning of the event the school’s original bell was rung ten times by officers of the Senior Class, each sounding representing one decade for the school. At the end of the ceremonies, one hundred balloons were released while the band played and the audience cheered.

Desiree Williams, a student at Covington High, took part in the ringing of the school’s original bell at the start of the Centennial Celebration Kickoff Ceremonies held Friday.


For more photographs of the August 10 Kick off activities, click here.

A commemorative Bell Tower will be built next year, with the groundbreaking scheduled for April 19. The bell, rescued from the 1974 fire that destroyed the original Jefferson Avenue building, will be placed in the new Centennial Bell Tower which will be located on the front corner of the school’s campus on U.S. 190.

Over the next year, a number of activities will be held in connection with the Centennial. A play written by teacher Gary Mendoza features the history of Covington High. It will be presented in September.

The main Centennial events will be held in October, Ms. McCollum said. The school has put out a call to all alumni who wish to participate in many activities such as an Alumni band. The school’s website will have more information on the many opportunities to participate.






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