Vidor School District – Vidor, Texas City Offices
The Vidor Independent School District had its beginnings in 1929 when four common school districts (Magnolia Grove, Doty, Terry and Pine Forest) consolidated to form the Vidor Rural School District. The District became independent in 1949. Today the Vidor Independent School District encompasses 102.7 square miles in Orange County and 16 square miles in Jasper County. The District is bound in the west by the Neches River, on the east by Cow Bayou, on the south by the Pecan Acres Area, and on the north by the Jasper County line.