Category Archives: Local School News
Bridge City ISD officials are hosting meetings for feedback from the community about a possible bond proposal. ‘The purpose is not to sell this project, but to get the community’s thoughts,” said Mike King, BCISD superintendent The last meeting was
The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce announced the Students of the Month for November at their monthly networking coffee held at The Classy Peacock located at 1860C Texas Avenue in Bridge City. Orangefield chose Carrie Grace Henderson as their Student
Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School was well-represented when this year’s All-District Team was announced. Coach Vicki Castino received the news in an announcement on Friday. Those named to the team, from left to right, include Josie West – Co-Setter of the Year,
Mauriceville Elementary Student Council Officers recently attended the Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA) Leaders “R” Us Student Council Workshop in Crosby, Texas. Students attended sessions to learn what it means to be a leader, ideas for leading, responsibilities of their
Joe Peevey, Orangefield Junior High teacher and coach, donned a turkey suit all day Friday. Students from Orangefield Junior High collected over 700 cans in 5 days. Students placed canned goods in select teacher’s boxes. The teacher with the most canned
The LCM High School Thespian Troupe recently attended the Texas State Thespian Convention in Dallas. The group acting team scored a perfect 300 (100 from a panel of three different judges) in competition and placed First out of 64 group
The SFA Alumni Association bestows its highest honors on individuals who have made outstanding contributions to their professions and community, committed themselves to advancing the values and goals of SFA, and ensured a better quality of life for future generations.
Tickets for the Battlin’ Bears first playoff game will be sold Thursday, Nov. 14, through 1:30 p.m., and Friday, Nov. 15, in the Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School athletic office. During the high school lunchtime on Thursday and Friday (11:40 – 1:15), tickets sales will be
St. Mary Catholic School Art Club members won first place in the school division of the Scarecrow contest at Shangri La Botanical Gardens in Orange. Members worked long and hard to individualize, and captivate the artistic aspect of the design of
The St. Mary Catholic School Student Council recently attended the Texas Association of Student Councils Middle Level Conference in San Marcos. The council has been recognized as Outstanding Student Council, Outstanding Energy and Environment Student Council, Outstanding Pride and Patriotism Student Council, Outstanding
St. Mary Catholic School is honored to announce Mrs. Rhonda Harmon as our “Teacher of the Month” for November. Mrs. Harmon was chosen by her dedication to her students, her compassionate personality, her tremendous amount of patience and working diligently
St. Mary Catholic School is honored to share the “Good Samaritan” award winners for this week. St. Mary staff nominates students they witness displaying acts of kindness, helping others and showing respect at school. The principal, Donna Darby, chose winners
The Little Cypress-Mauriceville Athletic Boosters are proud of the Bear football team’s success, and have ordered playoff shirts for Bear supporters. The shirts are $12 each and will available for purchase at the game on Friday, Nov. 1.
Students throughout the Little Cypress-Mauriceville District celebrated Red Ribbon Week, during which each day is celebrated with a different drug-free message. At Little Cypress and Mauriceville Elementary Schools, Friday was Book Character Day, when students and staff dressed as their favorite character
Craig McKinley recently delivered a $1500 check for Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School’s “Meet in the Middle” Football Team from the BASF Company. The check is to help in the team’s fundraising efforts for a trip to Maryland, where they will be the only