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Thu
16
May

LCM Education Foundation Legacy 5K Fun Run

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Annabelle Fisher

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Caden Shaw and Hunter Fuselier

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Bryson Lucas

The Little Cypress-Mauriceville Education Foundation, Inc. produced its first 5K Color Fun Run on Saturday, May 11. With the abundance of rain in southeast Texas during the past weeks, Foundation Board members spent a lot of time watching weather forecasts, as well as putting the finishing touches on the run.

The official title of the 5K is the Legacy 5K Fun Run/Walk. Legacy comes from the name of the area surrounding the huge bear next to the LCM Administration Building. Legacy park is paved with engraved bricks in honor or memory of those who have a history with Mauriceville CISD, Little Cypress CISD or the Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD schools.

 

 

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Thu
09
May

LCM Sweepstakes is clean sweep for LCM Bands

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Wind Ensemble

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Symphonic

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On Wednesday, April 24, both the Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble earned a Sweepstakes Trophy at the annual UIL Concert and Sight-reading competition. This means that they must get 1’s (Superiors) in both concert and sight-reading.

Wednesday’s performances completed a clean sweep for all of the bands in the LCM District. Earlier this semester, the Little Cypress Junior High and Mauriceville Middle School bands also earned this top distinction.

Directors of high school bands are Jose Ochoa and Justin Hargraves.

 

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Thu
02
May

Gifts

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Shiloh Baptist Church donated some gifts to Vidor Elementary, and those were used to award prizes to students with perfect attendance, no tardies, and no referrals. Names were drawn from among all of the students who achieved those things.

 

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Thu
02
May

Award-winning actors to perform One Act play

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LCM’s cast and crew of “The History of Tom Jones.”

Front row from left:

Darian Simmons, Kamri Swarers, Zainab Alhatri, Ashley Boze, Jadyn Stack, Ashlyn Ellis, and Caroline Guayante. Second row: Assistant Director Kara Lacouture, Karlie Wedel, Camron Chueca, Lucas Ridout, Eli Ridout, Walker Smith, Tyler Foreman and Director Ashley Dennison. Third row: Chace McGowan, Kaleb Swarers, Abby Barborek, Rylee Levasseur, and Josh Erb. Top row: Reagan Wolfford, Stephan Kusek, Rhys Howeth and Cameron Smith.

This weekend is the public performances for the Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School’s Bear Stage Players and their award-winning one-act play, “The History of Tom Jones.” The performance dates are Friday May 3 and Saturday May 4, starting at 7:00 p.m. in the LCM High School Auditorium.

At Saturday’s production, the graduating seniors will be recognized prior to the performance. Tickets for this production are $5.00.

 

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Wed
17
Apr

Story Time

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Story Time was held on Thursday, April 04, 2019 at the Vidor Public Library. Library Clerk Sarah Screws read “We’re Going On An Egg Hunt” by Laura Hughes to the children as they went on an egg hunt in the library. The children made a bunny pop-up for the craft.

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Thu
11
Apr

LCM Foundation announces first-ever 5K

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These members of the LCM Education Foundation fundraising committee are meeting to plan for the organization’s first ever Legacy 5K Color Run/Walk. The race will begin and end in Legacy Park by the LCM Administration Building. From left, Dale Carlton, Amberly Craft, Melissa Loupe, “The Bear” Stacey Nichols, Amy McIlwain and Julie Barton.

The Little Cypress-Mauriceville Education Foundation, Inc., is excited to announce the first ever “Legacy 5k Color Run/Walk,” on May 11.

This is a fun, family event intended to raise money to support grants provided by the Foundation for its “Grant to Educators” program that enhances the educational experience of students throughout the LCM District.

It is called the Legacy 5K because it will start and finish in Legacy Park, the wooded area surrounding the big bear next to the LCM Administration Office, 6586 FM 1130, in Orange.

 

 

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Wed
20
Mar

CTE Students of the Month

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Auto Teacher AL Waits, senior Daryl Evans, CTE Director Penny Singleton

Congratulations to the Vidor High School Career and Technical Education Students of the Month for February, Daryl Evans and Greyson Burroughs. Daryl is a hard worker and leader in his Automotive Tech Class and Greyson performs in the same manner in his Construction Trades class.

 

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Wed
06
Mar

LCM student and teacher named Chamber “Of the Month” persons

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Angie Eikenhorst surrounded by Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors and District administrators.

The Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce visited Little Cypress-Mauriceville to recognize the Chamber’s Student and Employee of the Month on Tuesday, February 26.

Nyah Patel was elected as the Student of the Month and Angie Eikenhorst was named Employee of the Month.

Angie Eikenhorst was hired to teach kindergarten at Little Cypress Elementary in 1995, which she describes as a “dream come true.” She remained in kindergarten for 10 years and then had the opportunity to teach first grade.

In 2007 she earned her Master Reading Teacher Certification (MRT) and now serves as a reading interventionist for struggling readers in kindergarten and first grade. This year marks her 24th year in education.

 

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Wed
20
Feb

Kiwanis grant providing books to students

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Kiwanis’ Treasurer Kristi Charrier and President Shane Johns present a check to Mauriceville Elementary librarian, Sommer Reynolds.

On Monday, February 11, representatives of the Kiwanis Club of Orange donated a check the Mauriceville Elementary School’s library. The funds will help the librarian provide books to as many children as possible who may not have funds to purchase their own. Librarian Sommer Reynolds will have drawings at the end of the week to determine which children are able to select a book of their own.

 

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Wed
06
Feb

VE birthday winner

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The January birthday / attendance cupcake winner at Vidor Elementary is Jordan Verde.

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