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Thu
03
Mar

Building Trades Advances

Thu
03
Mar

Big Bug Project

On February 22, 2016, educators from the Stark Museum of Art and Shangri-La provided the Kindergarten students of Pine Forest Elementary with an informative, fun, and hands-on educational experience. Students had a lesson on basic color theory. Then they collaboratively mixed primary colors to make a secondary color, and then learned to tint the color using white.
 
Tue
01
Mar

Monster Truck

Marten Holeman of Vidor Elementary entered a drawing and won a visit from Monster Nation for his school . The students enjoyed seeing the monster truck. Marten is in fourth grade . He is shown with his mother and father, Becky and Jeremy Perrio. 

 

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Tue
01
Mar

VISD names Christy Bailey Employee of the Month

By Sally Andrews

Vidor High School’s Christy Bailey was named Vidor Independent School District’s Employee of the Month for February in the Monday, February 15 Board of Trustees meeting. She was nominated by Suzette Ross, who says, “Mrs. Bailey has been fabulous getting me set up to teach mainstream this school year.  

 

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Thu
25
Feb

1920s Day: It’s the bee’s knees

ORANGE — Travel back in time to the 1920s at The W.H. Stark House on March 5 from 9am-2pm for “1920s Day: It’s the Bee’s Knees!” Connect the Stark House and W.H. Stark Family to a decade of their history by exploring the art, culture, and economy of the 1920s with hands-on, history based activities and a specialized tour.
 
Thu
25
Feb

Brigs Visit Nursing Home

The Vidor High School Brigadettes made Gingerbread houses with their Brig sister to take to the nursing home. Their houses were first judged by some teachers and then taken to Oakwood Manor for the residents to enjoy. While visiting Oakwood Manor, the Brigs performed hand routines from football season to Christmas music for the residents to enjoy.
 
Tue
23
Feb

Itty Bitty Story Time

The Vidor Public Library held Itty Bitty Story Time on Thursday, February 18, 2016. Program Coordinator Megan Ridlespurge read “QPootle5” by Nick Butterworth. The children made paper spaceships for the craft.

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Thu
18
Feb

LCM Students Place

Two Little Cypress-Mauriceville students placed in the recent Texas Alliance of Minority Engineers (TAME) competition. Sophomore Ashley Knight took Second Place in Algebra II, Third Place in Chemistry and Second Place in Group Engineering Design Challenge. Julia Iles, LCM freshman, placed First in Geometry, Second in Biology and Judges Choice in Group Engineering Design Challenge. According to Laura Gestal, the Coach, all students who received finished First in each event, and some who received Second, will go to state. Students are, from left, Ashley Knight and Julia Iles.  

 

Thu
18
Feb

LCM Placed in PNG Meet

Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School’s Prose and Poetry team competed in the Port Neches Groves meet on Saturday, Febraury 13. Individual standings include.

 

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Tue
16
Feb

Stark Reading Contest winners at VHS named

ORANGE — Vidor High School students Nick Lewis and Hannah Odom earned first place in Declamation and Interpretive Reading, respectively, at the school-level finals of the 112th Miriam Lutcher Stark Contest in Reading and Declamation,  a scholarship program sponsored by the Nelda C. and H.J. Lutcher Stark Foundation.  

 

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