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Thu
20
Sep

Welding Program Receives Another Donation

VHS Welding Program has been blessed to receive another gracious donation. The Sabine Area Building & Construction Trades Council has donated $1000.00 to the CTE Welding program. The money will be used to purchase equipment and materials for the students to use while learning this trade skill. A sincere thank you goes out to Sabine Area Building Trades Council. This council is made up of trades such as the plumbing, electrical, and pipe fitting unions, just to name a few. Pictured are Mr. Jeremy Pavlich with the Plumber’s Union and Mr. Chris Reeves with the IBEW Electrical Union presenting VHS Welding Teacher Mr. Garrett Smith and his third period class with a check for $1000.00. Welding students, pictured left to right, are Nicolas Ponder, Noah Norris, Matthew Hester, Landon Campbell, Zach Tatom, Joshua Mayo, Tyler McCoy, Toby Tubbs, and Alex Ordonez.

 

Tue
18
Sep

Welding Program Gets Donation

Chevron Phillips Chemical Company in Port Arthur donated $5000.00 to the VHS Welding Program. The money will be used to purchase welding shirts, work boots, welding caps, gloves and any other equipment needed to protect the welding students while learning this trade skill.

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Thu
13
Sep

Brig Awards

VHS Brigadettes attended camp and were awarded ribbons for their memory, technique and showmanship. Those who received one for the kick dance “Mag 7”, pictured in top photo, are, top row, Kyra Olde, Baylie Bradley, Haley Downs, Kathryn Gilbreath, Gabbie Strickland, Brooke Willis, Kaylin Willis and Alyssa Williamson. Bottom row; Melanie Murdock, Faith Greathouse, Ashlyn Chesser, Kaylyn Smith and Lauren Smith.”

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Tue
11
Sep

Story Time

The Vidor Public Library held the first Story Time of the new school year 2018-2019 on Thursday, September 6, 2018. Director Colette Turner read “Incredible ME!” by Kathi Appelt. The children made an “All About Me!” project as their craft.

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Thu
06
Sep

Backpacks

Students received backpacks with supplies in them from the Kids in Need Foundation. Students at all three elementary schools in Vidor were served, although not every grade level received the gifts. The students pictured are from Pine Forest Elementary School.

 

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Thu
06
Sep

PFE Flag Boys

Pine Forest Elementary flag boys are Keaton Leger, Nathan Cox, Brodie Ferguson, Zane Williamson, Dawson Collins.

 

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Tue
04
Sep

CommunityBank of Texas donation to benefit VISD students

Randall Luker
The Vidorian

Recognizing the needs of the community and many schoolchildren continue in the wake of Hurricane Harvey’s devastating floods. CommunityBank of Texas reached out to the

Vidor Independent School District with a cash donation to help the school district meet some of those needs.

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Tue
04
Sep

Backpack Giveaway

Grace Community Church at 1030 North Main Street in Vidor gave away almost 250 backpacks filled with school supplies on Saturday, August 18, 2018.

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Thu
30
Aug

LU two-week tour traverses time, students visit Texas geologic outcrops

.The geology of Texas captivated the attention of nine Lamar University Earth Science and Geology majors recently as they spent two weeks exploring and camping in classic geologic outcrops in Central and Trans- Pecos Texas. University Professor Jim Westgate and Julia Zidan, teaching assistant and a 2018 Lamar graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Earth Science, led the capstone course, called Field Geology of Texas.

 

The first stop was in the heart of Central Texas at Enchanted Rock State Natural Area. There the group climbed to the top of the oldest rocks in Texas, a one billion-yearold mass of pink granite known as an exfoliation dome, Westgate said

 

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Thu
30
Aug

First Day of School

.First Grade teacher Pam Denson greets an unidentified first grader as she arrives for the first day of school on Monday. Ms. Denson offered hugs to almost every 1st grade student who came into her classroom on the first day of school

 

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