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Tue
13
Feb

Oak Forest Paint Party

Oak Forest Elementary held a free paint party for students and their parents in conjunction with their monthly PTO meeting Everyone was provided materials to create their own work of art. Pictured above are: Michelle and Dylan Corning, Allison and Lacy Fontenot, Ami Verde and Makena Travis. Pictured at left: Kade, Landon, and Kallet Merritt

 

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Tue
13
Feb

VISD to receive award from CAS

By Sally Andrews

Vidor Independent School District will receive a $500 gift and two awards from CAS (Claims Administrative Services). The funds will come from the Annie Ozella Jones Memorial Student Scholarship and the Billy E. Hibbs Safety Awards.

Annie Ozella Jones Memorial Student Scholarship

 

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Thu
08
Feb

Rodeo Art Winners

Eleven Mauriceville Middle School students competed in the campus-level of this year’s Houston Livestock and Rodeo Art Show.

 

Ribbon winners from left to right, include Abby Hooks, Jaeden Bates, Madisyn Miller, Angelica Espinoza, Rachel Dolbear, Ben Elliott, Cayden Dunwoody, Gracie Johnson, Emily Erway and Jaci LeBlanc. Five of those, who won blue ribbons at the campus level, were entered into the Houston competition. These are Jaeden Bates, Angelica Espinoza, Madisyn Miller, Rachel Dolbear and Jaci LeBlanc. Madisyn Miller’s work was selected as an Award of Excellence Finalist in the Rodeo Art Contest. Kim Huckaby is the art teacher at MMS.

 

 

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Thu
08
Feb

New Members

Vidor Rotary Club President Sally Andrews welcomed the two newest members of the club, Misty Segrest and Michele Bennett, on Monday, February 7 at the club’s noon meeting at First Methodist Church. The club is the top clubs in District 5910 in membership growth this year, and will host their annual Cajun Music Night fundraiser for scholarships on Saturday, Feb. 17 at Benoit’s Louis Hall on Highway 12.

 

 

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Tue
06
Feb

Students of the Month

Pine Forest Elementary recognized January Students of the Month.

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Tue
06
Feb

Groundhog Day happy holiday for Vidor teacher

Sally Andrews
Coordinator of Community Relations

It’s not often that you get to cross something really cool and crazy off your ‘life list,’ but VHS teacher Leslie Sparks did just that as she was named the Groundhog Ambassador of the Year and got to meet THE groundhog. With VHS teacher Land friend Susan Robinson, Sparks flew to Pittsburg last Thursday and drove to Punxsutawney for the festivities. Thursday evening the pair attended the Groundhog Club reception, met members of the Inner Circle and Phil ( the groundhog who either sees his shadow or doesn’t, predicting whether or not winter is nearly over ).

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Thu
01
Feb

Murphy Retires

Kelly Murphy retired as Vidor Junior High’s long-time art teacher. Her students have won numerous awards during her tenure. Her retirement was celebrated at the junior high on Thursday, January 25.

 

 

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Thu
01
Feb

LCJH Brings Home Solo Medals

On Saturday, January 27, twenty-one Little Cypress Junior High Varsity choir members attended the annual UIL Solo and Ensemble contest. Each child prepares, memorizes and then performs a solo for a judge who gives them a rating of one to five, with one being superior. According to choir director, Stephanie Teague, “Considering they only had seven class periods to learn their song and only four practices with their accompanist, I am beyond thrilled to announce the following results. I am so proud of the efforts these students put into this contest and am excited to continue this musical journey with them.” These students earned superior ratings.

 

Tue
30
Jan

Krewe de Cameaux Mardi Gras crown comes to Vidor

Krewe De Cameaux held its annual Ball, Friday January 26th,at the KC Hall in Groves. Crowning a new King and Queen 2018, Chief Petty Officer USCG Justin Swain and Mrs. Angel Swain of Vidor.

King Justin and Queen Angel presided over the 50’s themed festivities, dressed as the famous picture by Alfred Eisenstaedt “V-J Day in Time Square”. King Justin wearing his fathers “Cracker Jack” navy uniform and Queen Angel wearing a 50’s style nurses dress.

 

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Tue
30
Jan

Students Recognized

Students in the Vidor Junior High choir received 109 superior medals at solo and ensemble contest on Friday evening . All of these students received superior ratings o n their solo pieces. Choir director is Robin Corley.

 

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