Lifestyle

Thu
24
May

VISD staff attends Meal Appeal University

By Sally Andrews
Coordinator of
Community Relations

 

Seven members of the VISD Child Nutrition Department (Jodie Marshall, Sandy Byers, Sabrina Verrett, Cindy Henry, Misty Wilcox, Terrie Lewis and Erinn Fowler) attended the Meal Appeal University sponsored by Region V ESC Child Nutrition Program and the Texas Department of Agriculture.

 

Certified chefs from across Texas conducted the 12 hour course sharing their culinary skills with our ‘chefs’.

 

 

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Thu
24
May

Andrews named VISD Employee of the Month

In a month where Vidor ISD doesn’t normally recognized Employee of the Month because Teacher of the Year recognitions are going on, Sally Andrews got a big surprise at the VISD Board of Trustees meeting on Monday evening when she was named Employee of the Month for the school district. She was nominated by Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jay Killgo, who had this to say to the crowd, “This month’s employee of the month has deserved this award for quite some time. When Hurricane Harvey hit at the beginning of the year we were all overwhelmed.

 

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Tue
22
May

Rotary Club Students of the Month

Vidor Rotary Club Students of the Month for May, pictured with Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jay Killgo, are (in no certain order) Gavin Jarrell, Kelby-Loftin Maddox, Amanda Hanks, Seth Durham, Russell Partin, and Brook Reed.

 

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Tue
22
May

Interact Officers

Interact officers Logan Butts, Brittany Sanchez, Baylie Bradley, and Taylor Killgo joined VHS Interact sponsor Mrs. Carrie Ricks in receiving a Rotary Presidential Citation for their fine work in service.

 

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Thu
17
May

Signing Letters

Four of Vidor’s 22-5A All-District players signed their letters of intent Wednesday in front of family, coaches and teammates. From left to right, Noah Buniting, Cade Purcell, Clarissa Hagler and William Fawcett simultaneously signed their contract with their respective schools.

 

Bunting and Purcell will play baseball for the ETBU Tigers, Hagler will play softball for the Blinn College Buccaneers and Fawcett will play football for the Southern Virginia Knights after completing a two-year mission for his church.

 

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Thu
17
May

VJHS Band Concert

The Vidor Junior High bands played a concert last week. The Jazz Band, under the direction of Mr. Trubie Smith, played Woodchopper’s Ball, When I Fall in Love, Sunny, Saxes with Attitude, A String of Pearls, and Basic-Cally the Blues.

 

 

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Thu
17
May

Joint Meet and Greet

The Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School “Team Force” students have advanced to the State Special Olympics Competition in Track. Five Special Olympic athletes and their five Meet in the Middle partners will travel to U

 

niversity of Texas at Arlington for competition from May 24 to 27. The students are trying to raise $1,500 to fund their trip This will cover hotel rooms, meals, gas, excursions and the $300 entry fee. A donorschoose.org account has been established to help with these costs and equipment needs. For additional information on ways to be a part of this effort, contact one of the Team Force sponsors, Terrie Parker or Kalah Fulcher at 409-886-5821, extension 1560.

 

 

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Thu
17
May

Joint Meet and Greet

Vidor’s Best Western Plus on East Courtland hosted a Meet and Greet   Vidor city and Vidor Chamber of Commerce members and officers Tuesday evening. Pictured above are Vidor Chamber President Hal LaPray and local realtor and chamber member Charlotte Ragan.

 

Dozens of Vidor Chamber of Commerce members joined City of Vidor and Vidor Chamber of Commerce officials at a Meet and Greet held Tuesday at the Vidor Best Western Plus on East Courtland to talk about and cement the city and chamber’s strategic relationship in promoting the city and its business community.

 

 

 

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Tue
15
May

Students from Vidor ISD will perform at Arts Afternoon

Sally Andrews
Coordinator of Community Relations

Vidor Independent School District will host Arts Afternoon on Tuesday, May 22, from 3:30 -5:30 at Pine Forest Elementary, 2450 N. Main. The event, which has been held each Spring for a number of years, features the art work of Vidor students. In addition, students from the Pine Forest Elementary, Vidor Junior High, and Vidor High School choirs will perform, as will VHS band students and members of the awardwinning VHS Pirate Players.

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Tue
15
May

MMS Brings Home Sweepstakes

The Mauriceville Middle School Band, under the direction of Kathy Smith and Justin Hargraves, brought home a Sweepstakes award from the UIL Concert and Sight-reading Contest.

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