Lifestyle

Thu
18
Oct

LC Junior High places 15 in All Region

Little Cypress Junior High recently hosted The Texas Music Educators Association’s annual All Region Choir auditions. LCJH had 29 students compete for a spot in one of the 3 choirs. Director Stephanie Teague says that she is very proud to announce that even after having to work all morning to make the contest run smoothly, more than half of those students earned one of the coveted spots. LCJH has 15 singers that will be performing in the TMEA All Region and Honor Choir Concert next month.

 

Christina Baker, Natalie Sulak, Brooklyn Elliot, Valencia Allen, Francesca Thomas - see, Chloe Prettyman, Anna Higginbotham and Chloe Jacob will be part of the Honor Choir.

 

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Tue
16
Oct

Happy surprise!

This years winners of the annual Pirate Pride Contest, held Homecoming morning each year, were 1st Place, James Brown Gumbo House; 2nd Place, Superior Tire and 3rd Place, BBQ Depot. Chambers Choice winner was On Your Way Service Station, Judges’ #1 Choice was BBQ Depot, and Judges’ #2 Choice was Subway North. The participants this year included RE/MAX Pro, BBQ Depot, Superior Tire, Subway North, Subway South, On Your Way Service Station, James Brown Gumbo House, Pirate Cuts, Whataburger, Polish and Strands, Cindy’s Bridal, and Sonic.

 

 

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Thu
11
Oct

VISD seeking Pirate Pals to mentor young readers

By Sally Andrews

Looking for a great way to help a child or become active in your community? Vidor ISD may just have the answer through their Pirate Pal program. The program, which will enter year two this Fall, pairs adult or teen mentors with third graders who could use some encouragement with reading. The commitment is for thirty minutes a week, same time each week, on the child’s campus during the school day.

 

 

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Thu
11
Oct

LCM’s Peveto Wins District title

Three Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School Cross Country runners are headed to regionals. Eli     Peveto took his fourth straight District title for the boys, while Robyn Courmier claimed 6th for the girls and Trevor Turner 6th for the boys. District Cross Country students, from left, are Eli Peveto - senior, Robyn Courmier - sophomore and Trevor Turner - senior. This is the senior Eli Peveto’s 4th District title

 

 

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Tue
09
Oct

The 9th annual Scarecrow Festival returns to Shangri La

ORANGE – Each autumn Shangri La Gardens hosts the largest Scarecrow Festival in Texas with dozens of hand-crafted scarecrows exhibits displayed throughout the gardens. Created by talented folks from community organizations, businesses, schools, churches and families, scarecrow designs range from funny to clever to wacky and weird! For sure, no two scarecrows are ever the same!

This year’s Scarecrow Festival runs from October 10, 2018 to November 3, 2018. Admission to the gardens is free!

 

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Tue
09
Oct

Class Representatives

Vidor Elementary Class Representatives, front row, left to right, are AnaLiis Bertrand, Audrey Skiles, Kloe Lindsey, Austynn Cole,Riley Allsbrooks, and Karlee Armstrong; back row, left to right, Gavin Santana, Lawson Shaver, Maddox Frizzell, Sawyer Davis, Brennan McDaniel, and Gaige Kelly.

 

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Thu
04
Oct

Donation for the Carolinas

Monday, September 17th, the VJH Brigs donated coolers stuffed with drinks, snacks, wipes and gift cards to those being affected by Hurricane Florence in North and South Carolina. Being Hurricane Harvey survivors themselves, the Brigs know first hand how helping those in need is beneficial to others. With one day’s notice, six coolers were donated, filled and decorated and passed along to those in need.

 

 

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Thu
04
Oct

Cooler Donation

The fourth graders in Samantha Guthrie’s class at Pine Forest Elementary in Vidor demonstrated that they have hearts of gold. They each wrote a note to students in the Carolinas and then they decided they wanted to do a Comeback Cooler. With just two days notice, they were able to collect many items to put into the cooler to send to those flooded during Hurricane Florence.

 

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Tue
02
Oct

CTE

Sally Andrews Vidor High School Career and Technology Education Director Penny Singleton wasnamed Career and Technology Association of Texas Administrator of the Year for 2018 at a conference this summer.

 

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Tue
02
Oct

Hydrants

The Vidor High School Art Club under the leadership of Ms. Kelli LeBeouf, with help from the Orange County Emergency Services District #1, painted the fire hydrants on Main Street black andgold on Saturday, September 15. The students met the fireman at Capital One, then dispersed topaint the hydrants. Pictured are Melissa Licon and Yaquelin Martin, and the entire group as theymet to go out and paint.

 

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