Lifestyle

Tue
05
Jun

Cosmetology Students Get Licences

Congratulations to all the senior Cosmetology students. There were six young ladies who pass ed testing and earn ed their Cosmetology Operator’s licenses , and one senior that will be taking the exam this summer. These students will be able to go directly into the workforce upon graduation. Back row, Serena Van Wrinkle, Tiffany Deshotel, Cos Teacher Mrs. Callie Jordan, and Samantha Amaroso. Front row, Bailee Webb, Jenna Marshall, Autumn Fisher and Heaven Cambell.

 

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Thu
31
May

Visitors Horse Around

Students at Vidor Elementary got to visit with Principal Jeff Leger’s horse and also had a lesson in roping.

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Thu
31
May

Reading Class

Mr. Jimmy Grimes’ fifth grade reading class at Vidor Middle School accumulated points to shop in his Dojo store.

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Tue
29
May

Masons honors Chief Rod Carrol with Community Builder Award

Vidor Lodge No. 1286 presented Vidor Police Chief Rod Carrol with the Community Builder Award at a public ceremony Thursday, May 24, 2018 at 7:00 PM.

The Community Builder Award was designed by the Grand Lodge of Texas to enable local Masonic Lodges to recognize outstanding non- Masons who have distinguished themselves through their service to the community, government, church or synagogue or to humanity. It seeks out those men and women who year in and year out quietly and without fanfare show devotion to their community and its people without the expectation of recognition.

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Tue
29
May

Child Nutrition Dinner

Winning awards for perfect safety scores at the Child Nutrition end of year dinner were left to right: Erinn Fowler, Misty, Sandy Byers, Terri Lewis, Jodie Marshall, and Cindy Harvey.

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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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