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Red Ribbon

Vidor ISD will celebrate Red Ribbon Week Oct. 30-Nov. 3. Activities involving this drug-free campaign are planned for each campus. Click below to see what's happening on each campus: VHS | ACHS | VJHS | VMS | Elem

Unsinkable

Vidor ISD opened the football season Tuesday night with a tribute as the community makes its comeback after the devastating blows of Hurricane Harvey. Click here to view the presentation. We are #VidorStrong!

FAQ School Opening

VISD will be accepting statements of qualification for the Design Build of Energy Efficiency and Facilities Improvement Project. Click here for more information on submitting the RFQ.

Congratulations to Vidor's employees of the month. Featured are:
Bobby Hester - District
Deedra LaPray - VHS
Kendra Kordie - PFE
Hannah Jobe - VE
Sherry Peddy - OFE
Jason Swift - VJHS
Miranda Morace - OFE
Teacher TechTalent
...teachers creating a learning adventure

Vidor ISD has some of the best and most creative teachers in the area. Take a look here at how they are using technology in the classroom to create unique learning adventures for their students.

The VISD Board of Trustees is committed to guiding the district in meeting and exceeding the district goals as established by the VISD mission statement.
Next regular school board meeting:Nov. 13, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at the VISD Annex.

Student Showcase
Pirate Pride shines through student work

What's Up Doc? -with Dr. Jay Killgo

Dr. Jay Killgo, SuperintendentI want to commend all of our students and parents for a positive start to the school year.  During these challenging times, I have been astounded by the resilience and flexibility shown by our community.  We are making the very best of a difficult situation and I have no doubt that we will all rise to the challenges before us. As the cool weather approaches, we want to encourage everyone to take the necessary precautions and prepare to fight illness.  We know that many of you are struggling with living conditions and the loss of clothing due to the flooding.  Please check to make sure jackets are available for your student.  If not, feel free to make the guidance counselor at your child’s school aware of your situation.  Flu shots are also needed more than ever because of our weakened immune system.  Your student’s health is a priority for us and we want to be sure that they are prepared to learn every day.


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