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Dwayne Dubois, Athletic Director Dwayne Dubois, Athletic Director
500 Orange St.  Vidor, Tx  77662
Office: 409.951.8946  |  Fax: 409.783.0553

Lori Mathews, Athletic Admin. Assistant

Vidor ISD Physical Packet for Athletics | Band | Brigs | Cheer

Each Student participating in Athletics, Band, Brigs, or Cheer must complete the following before tryouts or practice in the respective extracurricular activity :

*Physical Forms MUST be turned into the Athletic Trainer. You may email your form to Mrs. Kayla -

Football Season Ticket Sales Vidor Pirate Football is gearing up for another exciting season. Season Ticket sales for the 5 home games will begin Monday, July 8th for season ticket holders. Click here for more information on public sales dates and times tickets will be sold.

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Athletic Department Resources

    • always provide positive support for your team, rather than intimidating or ridiculing the other team.
    • assist cheerleaders with yells, chants, etc. and be a working part of pep rallies with preparation, organization, and involvement.
    • treat opposing players, coaches, spectators, and support groups with respect and enthusiasm.
    • conduct yourself in an exemplary manner. Remember that you represent your school both at home and away.
    • respect the integrity and judgment of the game officials. Treating them with respect, even if you disagree with their judgment, will reflect positively on your team and school.
    • be an exemplary role model by positively supporting teams in every manner possible, including content of cheers and signs.
    • remember that school athletics are a learning experience and that mistakes are sometimes made.
    • a ticket is a privilege to observe the contest, not a license to verbally assault others or be generally obnoxious.
    • learn the rules of the game so that you may understand and appreciate when certain situations take place.
    • recognize and show appreciation for an outstanding play by either team.
    • refrain from the use of any controlled substances before, during, and after the game on or near the site of the event.
    • be a positive role model at events through your own actions and by censuring those around you whose behavior is unacceptable.

    Trustworthiness – Respect – Responsibility – Fairness – Caring – Citizenship

  • The UIL has issued procedures for high school steroid testing. These tests will be conducted at random, so schools do not know who will be tested or if they will even be chosen. A state approved vendor will administer aspects of the testing program and will randomly select student athletes to be tested from the chosen schools. Schools will receive one to two days notice before testing will occur on campus. Students to be tested will have the right to notify parents of the impending test. Parents will then be afforded the right to come to school to be present for the specimen collection, provided the parent can arrive within an hour. More information can be found at

    Drug Free Sport