VIDOR — Oak Forest Elementary School in Vidor received a grant for $500 from ASRC Gulf States Constructors, a contractor to the Department of Energy. The funds have been applied to the student activity account and will go towards purchasing necklace charms for the campus-wide student incentive program. Students earn the charms as rewards for perfect attendance, good behavior/ citizenship, various academic milestones, and many other accomplishments. Pictured, at left, is Justin Rye, a representative of ASRC Gulf States Constructors, presenting Oak Forest Principal James McDowell the check.
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LCE students take part in reading challenge
On Feb. 28, students at Little Cypress Elementary participated in a nationwide effort to “Read the Most Coast to Coast.”
LU announces 2014 class of Mirabeau Scholars
The fall 2014 semester will mark the arrival of the latest class of Mirabeau Scholars to Lamar University, officials said.
Trawhon and Swiere win OHS Stark Reading Contest
Students Claire Trawhon and Katy Swiere earned first place in Declamation and Interpretive Reading, respectively, at the school-level finals of the 110th Miriam Lutcher Stark Contest in Reading and Declamation, a scholarship program sponsored by the Nelda C. and H.J. Lutcher Stark Foundation.
LIT has Phi Theta Kappa induction ceremony
The Beta Gamma Phi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Lamar Institute of Technology inducted more than 40 students at its spring 2014 ceremony.
Community Resource Walk set for Friday
The Little Cypress Intermediate and Little Cypress Elementary Community Resource Walk is scheduled from 7:35 a.m. - 2 p.m., Friday, March 7....
Junior Achievement introduces 155 students to local industry engineers
To mark National Engineers Week, Junior Achievement of the Golden Triangle held its third annual Engineering Job Shadow lunch Wednesday, Feb. 19 at the Beaumont Event Center.
Reginald Holley Makes the University of Houston Fall 2013 Dean's List
Reginald Holley, a University of Houston (UH) management major and resident of Orange, Texas, was among more than 7,000 students who made the dean's list in the fall 2013 semester.
Mallorie Holguin of Orange Makes SMU's Fall 2013 Honor Roll
Mallorie Holguin, a resident of Orange and a senior at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, is listed on the honor roll.
GOALS celebrates 20 years with annual Adult Spelling Bee
The Greater Orange Area Literacy Services (GOALS) celebrated its 20th anniversary on Friday by holding its 15th annual Adult Spelling Bee at Lamar State College-Orange.
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