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Vidor Middle School Programs
SPARK

The SPARK school program offers a coordinated health approach that provides an abundance of articles, stories, and activities. A variety of online supplements supports and facilitates our district's coordinated school health approach. Click here to learn more about the program.

SPARK
Readers are Leaders
Librarians and Teachers have collaborated to create a reading motivational program which encourages students to read a variety of books and become lifelong readers.
Readers
The Houston Chronicle Spelling Bee
The Houston Chronicle Spelling Bee helps students improve their memories, their vocabularies, and their competition skills in addition to their spelling. Vidor Middle School students have often progressed to regional competitions.
Accelerated Learning Lab
Our Accelerated Learning Lab (ALL Lab) provides extra help to students who need help with the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) test or who are having difficulties in the regular classroom in certain subjects.   Staffed by three teachers and two teacher aides, the ALL Lab is helping VMS students to reach their full academic potential.
Community Service
Community Service is important to everyone at VMS. We hold an annual Food Drive before Thanksgiving for the Vidor Christian Care Center. VMS students receive lots of satisfaction knowing they have helped many needy families. Students also participate in the St. Jude Research Hospital Math-A-Thon. In the past, VMS students have raised thousands of dollars which was all donated to the hospital. Through these donations, many children have been helped.  Each year the students and staff at VMS participate in Put a Cap on Cancer. This fundraiser benefits the American Cancer Society.  Many of our VMS faculty members also participate in fundraising efforts for Orange County’s Relay for Life.
Community Service
UIL Events for 6th Grade
Vidor Middle School 6th grade students have the opportunity to team up with Vidor Jr. High to compete in academic events for UIL. Students can try out for storytelling, spelling, calculator, number sense or general math events. Tryouts begin in January and competition is set for April.
Kids for Christ
Kids for Christ is a Christian based organization that focuses on and reinforces positive character and Christian values using devotions, music, occasional student skits, monthly drawings and guest speakers. Meetings are at 7:30 Wednesday mornings in the choir room.
*Parents are welcome; please sign in at the front office first.
Kids For Christ
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