BRIDGE CITY — January is “School Board Appreciation Month” and the Bridge City Independent School District is recognizing these elected leaders. The Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) calls the board of trustees and the superintendent a “Team of Eight.” Together, they face critical challenges in their roles as advocates, and they continue to stand strong and guard against anything that takes away from children and undermines the public schools. Pictured in front row, from left, is Lon Hubbard, Jerry McInnis, Thad Hill and Mike Johnson. On back row, from left is Mark Anderson, Rebecca Rutledge, Kirk Ellender and Superintendent Mike King.
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Orangefield High School held its Winter Formal Dance on Saturday, Dec. 14.
LST gives back to community for Christmas
Adult and youth teams from Leadership Southeast Texas helped pack Christmas baskets for distrubition at the United Christian Care Center in Vidor on Saturday, Dec. 14.
Teacher of the Month honored
St. Mary Catholic School is honored to announce Cherry Vigil, left, as “Teacher of the Month” for December.
2013-2014 All Region Band selected
Congratulations to the Mauriceville Middle School Band members who were selected for the 2013-2014 All Region Band.
BCISD wants citizen input on bond talks
A local school district wants to make its district the best it can be for its students and is considering a bond election to make that a reality.
Lamar Institute of Technology to graduate 230
Lamar Institute of Technology will award 230 degrees and certificates at its commencement ceremony on Dec. 13, 2013.
St. Mary Catholic School is honored to donate over $800 to aiding the victims in the Philippines. The event was organized by Cindy Claybar, St. Mary art teacher, and proceeds will be donated to the American Red Cross.
WO-S Drama presents Lend Me a Tenor
The West Orange-Stark High School Stagelight Players will present “Lend Me A Tenor” by Ken Ludwig at the Carl Godwin Auditorium, Monday, Dec. 9 through Thursday, Dec. 12.
LC-M Bear Stage Players production of Arthur Miller’s 'The Crucible'
Triston Stringer (junior) and Abigail Noah (sophomore) portray the leading roles of “John Procter” and “Abigail Williams” in the LC-M Bear Stage Players production of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible.”
Learning to make their 'mark'
Earlier in the semester, at Little Cypress Elementary School, Brenda Jones’ third graders participated in Dot Day with students all over the world.
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