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Thu
04
May

State UIL Academic Meet a winner for LCM

Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School brought home two State Championship teams and one Fourth Place finisher from the recent UIL Academic Meet.

The Current Events Team of Matthew Cox, Spencer Johns, Dalan Jones, Bayleigh Swanton, Nyah Patel, with coach Melissa Becker, was the first LCM group to win the top spot. In individual competition, Matthew Cox placed Third in State.

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Thu
04
May

VE Music Program

Vidor Elementary’s seco nd grade rs held a music program , “Through the Decades with Disney” on Friday April 28, 2017. The songs that w ere preformed was -- “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”, “Under the Sea”,”Hakuna Matata”, and “Teen Beach Movie Medley”. Music teacher is Ms. Renee Sprayberry.

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Tue
02
May

Masons honor two VHS seniors for Honesty, Integrity

Vidor Lodge No. 1286 A.F. & AM. held the 6th Annual Honesty and Integrity Award ceremony Thursday night April 27, 2017. The event was well attended by friends, families, interested folks and VHS administrators. The event was also well attended by representatives of The Grand Lodge of Texas.

The event began at 6:30 PM with a traditional BBQ meal with assorted deserts provide to the attendees The Order of the Eastern Star Chapter 914 ladies and others served the meal and provided the deserts.

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Tue
02
May

Babin visits LCM for military appointees, Capitol Hill Challenge

On Wednesday, April 19, Representative Brian Babin of the US Congress, visited Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School to congratulate Trey (Ronald) Guillory, who has been appointed to the Air Force Academy and Mack Patterson, an Orangefield senior who has won a West Point appointment.

Babin, who nominated both young men, spoke highly of their commitment, involvement, and work ethic and encouraged them to be their best as they begin the next stage of their education.

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Tue
02
May

Vidor Junior High Band receives Superior rating

By Sally Andrews

During the first week of April, the VJHS Concert and Symphonic bands participated in University Interscholastic League (U.I.L.) Concert and Sight-Reading Contest at Groves Middle School.


The Symphonic band, under the direction of Mr. Trubie Smith, received Superior ratings for their concert performance and excellent ratings for their work in sight-reading. Judges’ comments on the concert performance included such remarks as, “ Really nice band sound! Very clean performance today! Really fine young band.

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Thu
27
Apr

Honey Bears Officers Named

New line officers for the Honey Bears were announced at the 46th Annual Installation Tea on Thursday evening, April 20. The officers are Lieutenant Harli Foreman, Lieutenant Daisy Sutton, First Lieutenant Albanie Calais, Co-Captain Allison Ball, Captain Tilor Armfield. Kimberly Scott is the drill team’s sponsor. Girls are in order listed in the above paragraph.

 

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Thu
27
Apr

Congratulations to the 2017 Stark Reading Contest County Final winners

ORANGE – The Board of Directors and administrative staff of the Nelda C. and H.J. Lutcher Stark Foundation congratulate the winners of the 2017 County Finals of the 113th Miriam Lutcher Stark Contest in Reading and Declamation. On Sunday, April 23, 2017, students who had previously won first place at the various local level competitions held at each of the five Orange County public high schools competed in the categories of Declamation and Interpretive Reading at the County Finals held at the Lutcher Theater.

 

Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School’s Connor Alexander won 1st place in Declamation, while Bree Cloud of Bridge City High School won 1st place in Interpretive Reading. Both students received a $5,000 scholarship for their 1st place awards. For his Declamation, Alexander presented the speech A Crisis of Confidence by Jimmy Carter. Cloud’s reading was I Stand Here Ironing by Tillie Olson.

 

Thu
27
Apr

Students of the Month

Recognized by Dr. Jay Killgo (left), Superintendent of Schools and Mr Tim Andrews (right), Vidor Rotary Club President, were Students of the Month Rhiannon Stevenson, Simon Fallscheer, Skylar Armstrong, Zachary Brewer, and Bailey Croak. The students were nominated by teachers and principals for the outstanding things they do on their campuses.

 

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Tue
25
Apr

High Street Gallery to host Travis Walthall paintings May 6

BEAUMONT — The High Street Gallery will host an exhibition of recent paintings and drawings by Travis Walthall, 8-11 p.m., May 6. The gallery is located in Victoria House, 2110 Victoria St. in Beaumont. “I am very excited to present sets of drawings and paintings from the previous year.

 

The works involve a variety of themes from identity, life/death relationships, conceptual artwork to even more traditional, still life approach,” Southeast Texas artist Travis Walthall said. “Portraiture has been a primary focus for me the past year and I hope to display a variety of my portraiture work along independent pieces.”

 

 

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Tue
25
Apr

Story Time Fun

The Vidor Public Library held the last story time of the school year 2016-2017 on Thursday, April 20, 2017. Children’s Program Coordinator Megan Ridlespurge read “Rattletrap” by Phyllis Root. The rattletrap car doesn’t go fast and doesn’t go far but with the help of some special items the family is off to the lake. Special guest Lamar student Tyler Mackey read “At The Boardwalk” by Kelly Ramsdell Fineman. The oceanside boardwalk bustles from dawn’s first light until night’s starry skies while families and friends relax and play. The children made paper fish bowls for the craft. The Summer Reading Program begins June 7, 2017 for more information visit the library or go to the library Facebook page.

 

 

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