ORANGE — Students from North Early Learning Center and West Orange-Stark Middle School paid a visit to the Lions Carnival and the Orange Lions Club on Thursday for a morning of fun and carnival rides. The club members, students and staff pose for a photo before beginning their day of fun.
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Liz Foshee, a member of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office and its Criminal Investigations Division, spoke recently at Vidor High School to Carrie Willette’s Forensic Science classes and Tammy Landry’s Criminal Law classes.
Masquerade at the Mansion for BC Junior-Senior Prom
Bridge City High School held its annual Junior-Senior Prom on Saturday, May 11, at The Brown Center in Orange.
Speaking of accomplishments....
Travis Maines, principal of Vidor High School and a member of the Vidor Rotary Club, served as the Rotary club’s guest speaker recently.
Singing the hits...
The Vidor Middle School Choir presented its annual End of the Year concert for family members, friends, students and staff recently.
Altrusa International Inc. of Orange presents scholarship
The Altrusa International Inc. of Orange presented its a $500 scholarship to LC-M student, Victoria Elliott, second from left, on Tuesday at is final regular meeting of the 2012-2013 year.
Appreciating Benny Smith
Benny Smith, long-time teacher and administrator in the West Orange-Stark ISD for the past 33 years, will be honored with a Appreciation Day Thursday at 3 p.m. at the WO-S Elementary School cafeteria.
West Orange–Stark Middle School establishes Builders Club
Service, character building, and inclusiveness are the tenants of a new organization that has formed at West Orange Stark Middle School.
It's all about location, location, location....
Mrs. Rhonda Harmon’s PreK3 class at St. Mary Catholic School is learning about location.
Science Superstar experiments
Seventh grade students in Emily Domas’ science class at West Orange–Stark Middle School enjoyed participating in Michael Hoke’s Science Superstar experiments.
Student of the month...
The Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce recognized Ashlee Taylor as the Student of the Month.
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