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Tue
26
Sep

Story Time

The Vidor Public Library held the first Story Time of the new school year 2017-2018 on Thursday September 21, 2017. Program Coordinator Megan Ridlespurge read “What Makes a Rainbow?” by Betty Schwartz. The children decorated canvas book bags for their craft.

 

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Tue
26
Sep

Scenes from Rose City

Floodwaters rushing through this pier and beam home in Rose City ripped up much of the wooden flooring of this living room. Bare earth is now plainly visible under the remaining floor studs as a volunteer from New Mexico carefully crosses the room.

 

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Thu
21
Sep

Welcome Banner

A number of banners welcoming the visiting students from the flooded Oak Forest Elementary School were highly visible in the hallways and classrooms of the Pine Forest Elementary School on the first day of School.

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Thu
21
Sep

First Day of School

Students and parents from both Oak Forest Elementary School and Pine Forest Elementary school file into the Pine Forest School’s front door before classes begin on the first day of school for Vidor I.S.D.

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Wed
20
Sep

New VISD Police Officers

Three new VISD police officers were sworn in on Monday evening at the August 21st Board of Trustees meeting. VISD Chief of Police Wesley Ross introduced Landon Cargill (Vidor High School), Sheila Ackley (Pine Forest), and Aaron Carter (Vidor Junior High).

 

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Wed
20
Sep

Indorama Gifts VISD

Employees from Indorama, based in Westlake, LA, presented Vidor ISD with a check for $25,000 to aid with purchases for schools flooded in Hurricane Harvey. Pictured left to right are Indorama representatives Krystal LaBove, Roger Wilson, Deepak Kedia, and Uday Chouhan. Receiving the check is Dr. Jay Killgo, VISD Supe rintendent of Schools, along with VISD Chief of Police Wesley Ross. Indorama employee Stan Thomas is on the right

 

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Thu
14
Sep

Join the Arbor Day Foundation in September, receive 10 free trees

Everyone who joins the Arbor Day Foundation in September will receive 10 free trees as part of the Foundation’s Trees for America program

 

Through Trees for America, everyone is encouraged to plant trees, whi ch benefit the environment and improves quality of life. With nearly 1 million members and supporters, the Arbor Day Foundation is the nation’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to planting trees.

 

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Thu
14
Sep

School Board Meets

Region V’s Monica Mahfouz gave a report on accountability and assessment at the August 21 school board meeting, citing the great accomplishments of Vidor schools, which rank above the State average.

 

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Tue
12
Sep

LCM has four receive TILF Scholarships

On Tuesday, August 22, Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School Principal Todd Loupe received word from the Texas Interscholastic League Foundation (TILF) that LCM High School was one of only five high schools statewide to have four or more students receive TILF scholarships. According to Trudy Richards, Executive Director of TILF, “… this speaks volumes about the quality of your UIL academic program.”

The students’ names, awards received and amount of scholarships are listed below.

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Thu
24
Aug

Orange County Convocation 2017 kicks off school year

Approximately 1,000 educators from West Orange-Cove, Little Cypress-Mauriceville, Orangefield and Vidor kicked off the school year at the Lutcher Theater in Orange on Tuesday, August 22, with a county-wide instructional staff convocation.

 

The teachers and others involved in curriculum and instruction, were there to learn to, “teach like a pirate

 

.” The pirate, doing the session is Dave Burgess, a best-selling author who specializes in transforming education through dynamic professional devel o pmentpro - grams and the publishing of books that have sparked an educational revolution all over the world. Books include, Teach Like a PIRATE: Increase Student Engagement, Boost Your Creativity, and Transform Your Life as an Educator and co-author of P is for PIRATE: Inspirational ABC’s for Educators.

 

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