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Thu
07
Apr

Registration now open for summer youth cooking camp in June

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Summer youth cooking camp offers a wonderful opportunity for children to learn hands on how to prepare and cook meals, while learning kitchen skills, proper sanitation, menu development and nutrition. The day camp is open to youth ages 8 to 14, with a limit of 60 kids. The camp is filling up fast! So please call now to secure reservations for your child, 882- 7010. 

 

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Thu
07
Apr

Cookie Winner

By Sally Andrews

Samuel Wilcoxson won the March attendance/ birthday cookie for Vidor Elementary! 

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Wed
06
Apr

Pirate Players

On Saturday April 2, the Vidor High School Pirate Players advanced out of bi-district to the area contest. They will compete Thursday in Baytown at Lee College. They are performing Radiance: The Passion of Marie Curie by Alan Alda.

 

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Wed
06
Apr

Laws of Life Essay

Avery McDonald, a 6th graders at Vidor Middle School, was one of the TOP 15 selected as a finalist for the Better Business Bureau’s. Laws of Life contest. Middle schools across Southeast Texas participated in the contest with over 3,000 students writing essays. She will be honored on April 7th at the Event Centre in downtown Beaumont. Avery is pictured accepting her award with Michelle Brewer of the Better Business Bureau of Southeast Texas.

 

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Wed
06
Apr

LCM’s One Act Play On a Roll

The Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School UIL One Act Play Company competed at the Bi-District Contest held at Lamar-Port Arthur on Wednesday, March 30. The group previously advanced from their District Contest with a First Place ranking from all three judges. The students again earned a First Place ranking from every member of the judging panel advancing them to the 4A Region III Area 2 One Act Play Contest on Saturday, April 9 at Magnolia High School.

 

Thu
31
Mar

Lamar University hosts inaugural Brass Festival

Lamar University’s Mary Morgan Moore Department of Music will host its inaugural Brass Festival, a three day event celebrating brass instrumentalists, April 7-9, in the Simmons Music Building. The festival will offer guest artist, faculty and student performances, master classes, clinics and exhibits.  

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Thu
31
Mar

50 Years of Spring Revue: A Golden Event

Where were you fifty years ago? Forty Years Ago? Thirty Years Ago? The VHS Brigadettes will celebrate 50 years of Spring Revue on Monday, April 11th at 7:00 p.m. in the Vidor High School Auditorium. Dance and twirl groups will perform to all your old-time favorites as they commemorate fifty years of music and dance through Spring Revue.  

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Thu
31
Mar

Cosmetology Students Advance

The Vidor High School Cosmetology students created hair designs for mannequin heads and panel boards for the District Skills USA competition held at Lamar last month. Hailee Riley and Cortni DuBose each received “Best of Show” in their categories. The students have advanced to the State Skills USA that will be held in Corpus Christi later this week.   

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Tue
29
Mar

Radiance

On March 11 the Pirate Players competed in District 22 AAAAA One Act Play competition. Vidor High School took home 1st place and advance to the Bi-District Competition on April 2nd at Lee College in Baytown. The Pirates will take the stage at approximately 3:30pm. Director is Adam Conrad. 
 
 
 
Tue
29
Mar

Vidor ISD names Oak Forest’s Erin Taylor as March Employee of the Month

By Sally Andrews
 
Erin Taylor of Oak Forest Elementary was named Vidor Independent School District’s Employee of the Month for March during the Monday evening Board of Trustees meeting . Taylor is a fourth grade English/Language Arts/ Reading teacher with seventeen years of experience. Nominated by principal James McDowell.
 
 
 

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