Mickey Holtzman from Tri-Con presented a $500.00 check to Carolyn Wedgeworth, Vidor Elementary Assistant Principal. The money was donated by Tri-Conn to be used for math and science activities for the students.
Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD hosted a cyber safety presentation for parents and staff on Monday, November 14, at Little Cypress Junior High. FBI Special Agent Chris Day with EduGard was the speaker. Special Agent Day addressed a variety of cyber safety topics, including apps, social media, and other digital activities that have the potential to put students at risk.
Vidor High School named November C areer and Technology Education Students of the Month Georgie Allen and Mathew Samuels. Computers and photography are the subjects in which Georgie excels. Automotive Technology is Mathew’s forte. Pictured is CTE Director Penny Singleton, Georgie Allen, Computer Business Teacher Lisa Domec. Auto Teacher Al Waits, senior Mathew Samuels, CTE Director Penny Singleton
The entire family is invited to come out on Friday, December 9th and Saturday, December 10th from 6:00-8:00 pm to experience “Village of the Nativity.” Over 100 church members are joining together to recreate Bethlehem in order to help you hear first hand from the townspeople about the newborn King as you walk through a lighted first century recreation
Story time was held at the Vidor Public Library on Thursday, November 17, 2016. Program Coordinator Megan Ridlespurge read “The Very Stuffed Turkey” by Katharine Kenah. Turkey has been invited to everyone’s home for dinner! With five homes to visit Turkey knows there will be a ton of food to eat.
Principal Ryan DuBose and Dr. Pauline Hargrove, Superintendent of Schools for Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD, were the ribbon cutters at the public tour of the new Little Cypress Junior High. Dozens of staff, students, parents and former school attendees were on hand for the ribbon cutting and tour. Dr. Hargrove welcomed the crowd and Mr. DuBose told the attendees how much the staff and students appreciate and are enjoying their new school.
Teens from the Pecan Acres Baptist Church Youth give of their time to assemble Thanksgiving gift bags from items donated to and/or purchased by the United Christian Care Center of Vidor. These young teens spent Wednesday evening carefully stacking and fitting non-perishable food items enough for a family of four to prepare a Thanksgiving feast. Selected clients of the UCCC will pick up their Thanksgiving gift basket along with a frozen turkey or chicken next week.
These girls participated in the VHS Cheerleader Cheer Clinic on October 29th. The girls were also invited to show what they had learned during the first quarter of the Pirate football game against Port Arthur Memorial on November 4th. The funds raised from the clinic will be used towards the upcoming leadership/cheerleading clinic that six of the junior cheerleaders have been invited to attend at the University of Hawaii this summer.