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Tue
09
Oct

Class Representatives

Vidor Elementary Class Representatives, front row, left to right, are AnaLiis Bertrand, Audrey Skiles, Kloe Lindsey, Austynn Cole,Riley Allsbrooks, and Karlee Armstrong; back row, left to right, Gavin Santana, Lawson Shaver, Maddox Frizzell, Sawyer Davis, Brennan McDaniel, and Gaige Kelly.

 

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Thu
04
Oct

Donation for the Carolinas

Monday, September 17th, the VJH Brigs donated coolers stuffed with drinks, snacks, wipes and gift cards to those being affected by Hurricane Florence in North and South Carolina. Being Hurricane Harvey survivors themselves, the Brigs know first hand how helping those in need is beneficial to others. With one day’s notice, six coolers were donated, filled and decorated and passed along to those in need.

 

 

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Thu
04
Oct

Cooler Donation

The fourth graders in Samantha Guthrie’s class at Pine Forest Elementary in Vidor demonstrated that they have hearts of gold. They each wrote a note to students in the Carolinas and then they decided they wanted to do a Comeback Cooler. With just two days notice, they were able to collect many items to put into the cooler to send to those flooded during Hurricane Florence.

 

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Tue
02
Oct

CTE

Sally Andrews Vidor High School Career and Technology Education Director Penny Singleton wasnamed Career and Technology Association of Texas Administrator of the Year for 2018 at a conference this summer.

 

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Tue
02
Oct

Hydrants

The Vidor High School Art Club under the leadership of Ms. Kelli LeBeouf, with help from the Orange County Emergency Services District #1, painted the fire hydrants on Main Street black andgold on Saturday, September 15. The students met the fireman at Capital One, then dispersed topaint the hydrants. Pictured are Melissa Licon and Yaquelin Martin, and the entire group as theymet to go out and paint.

 

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Thu
27
Sep

College Fair

Vidor High School hosted a college day on Friday, Setpember 14. Juniors and seniors from VHS attended. In addition to that, other attendees were the AIM Center, Deweyville, Bridge City and Orangefield. There were about 800 students there to visit more than forty schools, military and businesses.

 

 

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Thu
27
Sep

Rah-Rah-Rah

The junior varsity Vidor Pirate cheerleaders relax between cheers during last Thursday’s Vidor-LCM game.

 

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Tue
25
Sep

Story Time

The Vidor Public Library held Story Time on Thursday, September 20, 2018. Director Colette Turner read “Johnny Appleseed” by Patricia Demuth “With a bag of seeds and a pot on his head, John Chapman set out West to plant apple trees.” The children made an apple collage for the craft and enjoyed apple inspired treats.

 

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Tue
25
Sep

Cypress Wood Carving Demonstration

Neches River Expert and Seabulk Towing Chief Engineer aboard the Athena, Chris Butts, wasa guest speaker for the Vidor High School Career and Technology Education Construction Trades classes.  Mr. Butts mentored the students in the functional art of cypress wood boat paddle making. Each student got to cut and carve their own paddle. Some will add coat hooks and use the paddles to hang caps or coats on.  Others will decorate with family names or simply use it as an oar. Pictured, left to right, are Construction Trades Teacher Mr. Eric Hartman, Greyson Burroughs, Colby Johnson, James Carter, Mason Severson, Darin Scott, Cade Leanard, Seth Schlientz, Alan MartelFreeman, Parker Smith, and Mr. Chris Butts.

 

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Thu
20
Sep

Region 5 ToY

During a special Budget/Tax Rate Hearing of the Little Cypress-Mauriceville Board of Trustees, Region 5’s Marianne Kondo and Dr. Danny Lovett, presented the Region 5 Secondary Teacher of the Year Award to LCM High School’s Terry Morris. Pictured, from left to right, are Marianne Kondo, Terry Morris, and Dr. Danny Lovett.

 

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