Our special education teachers serve all students and our campus in various ways. We are proud to introduce this group of educators and know they will help accomplish our mission of inspiring growth for each student.
Rebekah Cate (English):
Rebekah Cate is excited to join our faculty and staff as a Trailblazer. She is coming to us from Liberty High School where she has been a teacher/coach for the past 7 years. Ms. Cate was the JV volleyball coach and the Varsity Assistant softball coach at Liberty. She was a co-teacher for World Geography and World History, she taught vocational classes, and was the support facilitator for English. Ms. Cate graduated from Texas Tech University in 2006. She previously taught reading at Scoggins Middle School and 4th and 5th grade for Westbrook ISD. Ms. Cate is looking forward to LTHS for the 2016-2017 school year.
Michael Titus (Instructional Coach):
Michael Titus will be joining the Lebanon Trail staff as the Special Education Instructional Coach. Mr. Titus has worked in Frisco ISD for the past 7 years. During his time in education he has taught 8th grade math, resource math, and has run the SAIL program at both Scoggins Middle School and Liberty High School. Most recently, Mr. Titus has piloted the new Project SEARCH pro
gram in Frisco ISD. Mr. Titus graduated with his Bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University. Growing up in a military family, he lived in many places including: Maryland, Pennsylvania, Panama and Germany, but he is proud to call Texas home. Mr. Titus enjoys biking, fishing, and traveling. He lives in Little Elm with his wife and three dogs.
Kenneth Hegmann (Math and Boys Head Soccer Coach):
Coach Hegmann will be coming in as the Boys head soccer coach. He currently works at Heritage High School where he has been the varsity assistant for the past 6 years. Over those 6 years, Heritage has made the playoffs 5 times and been district champion twice. Previous to Heritage, he worked at Roach Middle School as a football, basketball, track, and soccer coach for 3 years. He was awarded the Texas Association of Soccer Coaches Regional Assistant of the year in 2014. Coach Hegmann graduated from the University of North Texas and went to high school at Hebron High School where he played soccer and did speech and debate. He has been married to his wife, Talia, for 8 years and they have two girls together, Margaret (5) and Ryan (2).