ORANGE — Mrs. Jackson’s fifth grade class at Community Christian School did a first class job on its admission for the Shangri La Scarecrow contest. The kids brought in milk jugs, plastic bags, egg cartons, individual plastic drink containers and even a plastic sandwich tray for her head to make this totally recyclable tribute to Lady Liberty. “I am so proud of how all of my kids brought in recyclables and participated in this creation from the idea stage up unto the final statue,” Jackson said.
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Marissa Anderson, Family and Consumer Science teacher at Vidor High School, invited two guest speakers from MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving), Kathy Hernandez and Dani Simien, to speak to students at the school recently.
Student of the Month
The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce recognized Brittany Dowdle, at middle, as the Orangefield High School “Student of the Month”
BCHS claims UIL Academic Meet District title
Bridge City High School students who participated in the UIL Academic Meet pose for a group picture after claiming the District 21-3A UIL Academic Meet title.
St. Mary Catholic School students winners in Shangri La’s Art Contest
St. Mary Catholic School participated in the Shangri La’s Art Contest 2014 along with 5 different schools in Orange County.
St. Mary Catholic School announces Good Samaritan winners
St. Mary Catholic School is honored to announce the “Good Samaritan” award winners for this week...
BCHS students advance to UIL Academic Region contest
Bridge City High School competed at the UIL Academic District Meet held at Bridge City High School on Saturday, March 29.
LC-M elementaries schedule Kindergarten round-up’s this Thursday
Buffy Knight and Kayla Casey, principals of Mauriceville Elementary and Little Cypress Elementary, have announced April 10, as the date for Kindergarten Round-Up for the 2014-2015 school year.
Mallorie Holguin receives SMU Multicultural Academic Achievement Award
Mallorie Holguin, of Orange, received the Award of Excellence at the 24th Annual SMU Multicultural Academic Achievement Ceremony.
The Vidor Rotary Club held its annual scholarship breakfast on Friday morning at Casa Ole in Vidor to help generate funds for its scholarship awards to be presented to Vidor High School graduates in May.
'Leading Ladies' a winning act
The Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School Bear Stage Players present its award winning UIL One Act Play, “Leading Ladies,” which claimed the District 20-4A Championship this past weekend, as a dinner theatre for the public on Tuesday, April 8 and Thursday, April 10.
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