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Vidor ISD will observe the Thanksgiving holidays from Novemeber 23-27. Classes will resume on normal schedule Monday, November 30.

KidsWrite Production

Middle School, Jr. High, and High School students recently teamed up at the annual KidsWrite Festival in the production of The Little Lady Bug. The cast, crew, and teachers will be recognized at the November board meeting.

VJHS at ShangriLa

Shangri La recently hosted their annual Scarecrow Festival. VJHS students participated in the celebration creating their scarecrow out of repurposed and recyleable materials. Great job students and teacher, Kelly Murphy.

Bus Drivers Needed

Student transportation professionals play an important role in the education process. VISD is now accepting applications for this career opportunity. Click here for more information.

FITFuture meals

The VISD Food Services department makes sure our students receive a variety of healthy choices while providing well-balanced meals. Read more here on how parents can help support healthful choices in lifetime nutrition and fitness behaviors.

Employees of the Month
Read about this month's employees here

District: Adam Conrad
VE: Cafeteria Staff
OF: Linda Pantely
PF: Krista Powell
ACHS: AIM Center Staff

The VISD Board of Trustees is committed to guiding the district in meeting and exceeding the district goals.
Next regular school board meeting: December 14, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. at the VISD Annex.

Student Showcase
Pirate Pride shines through student work

VISD Collects Over 7 Tons of Food

"I've never seen anything likeVISD Food Drive '15 it." Christian Care volunteers were amazed as 5 tons of food from VISD rolled up to the contribution Center with more than 2 tons yet to come through monetary donations. The two month collection effort will go a long way to helping put food on the tables of those in need. To put it into perspective, the food and money collected will provide approximately 11,812 meals in the Vidor area. The Care Center serves an average of 1100 people per month. Superintendent Jay Killgo remarked, "I am astounded by the kindness of our staff and students in Vidor ISD. I am so proud of the efforts of our district to give back to our own community in such a manner. This speaks volumes about the kind of folks we have in Vidor ISD."

Food Drive '15
Students help sort out collected food items

The administration, staff and faculty of the Vidor Independent School District are committed to ensuring that all VISD students have access to a quality education. It is our goal to enable our students to achieve their potential so that they may fully participate now and in the future in the social, economic and educational opportunities of this area, our State, and our Nation.
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