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Lamar State College Orange Spring Break Extended

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Lamar State College Orange’s President, Thomas Johnson, recently released a campus update regarding COVID-19.

In an effort to protect our students, faculty, staff, and the community from the possible spread of illness related to COVID-19, Lamar State College Orange is temporarily transitioning to a flexible learning environment.

Spring Break, originally scheduled for March 16-20, will be extended for students through March 27. This additional week allows instructors time to adjust class schedules and inform students how classes will be presented for the ensuing weeks. On March 30, instructional delivery will resume for all students under the terms specified for each course. Return to regularly scheduled course delivery is scheduled for April 13, unless the need to extend it arises.

We want to assure our community that LSCO is open for business. All offices will be open daily during regularly scheduled business hours. Facilities will continue to be rigorously cleaned, and all labs and service facilities will continue to support student learning. Students who visit campus are urged to use aggressive sanitation and hygiene protocols as recommended by authorities.

LSCO is committed to helping our students achieve their educational goals, and believes that transitioning to a flexible learning environment and limiting social interactions to minimize possible viral exposure is the best way to ensure our students continue to receive the first-class education they chose to pursue at our college. Students should monitor their LSCO email and Blackboard course announcements for instructions from professors, deans, and/or program directors.

Family Fun & Food Fest Planned for March 21 Now Canceled

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Family Fun, and Food Fest Planned for March 21



Out of precaution, the City of Orange Convention and Visitors Bureau has canceled the Family Fun & Food Fest scheduled to take place at the Riverfront Boardwalk and Pavilion on Saturday, March 21.

The City of Orange is saddened to make this decision; however, the health and well-being of our community, citizens, and visitors is of utmost importance. Although there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Orange County, the City of Orange is taking precautionary measures to reduce unnecessary risks.

The City of Orange Convention and Visitors Bureau encourages event attendees to stay up-to-date with event information online on their website or through their Facebook page.


Spring is just around the corner and there is no better way to celebrate than with a Family Fun & Food Fest!

Join the Orange Convention & Visitors Bureau at the Riverfront Boardwalk and Pavilion on Saturday, March 21, from 11 A.M. to 9 P.M. and enjoy a day filled with family-friendly fun!

There will be no charge to attend the Family Fun & Food Fest in downtown Orange.

Enjoy activities sure to entertain those of all ages such as a petting zoo, bounce houses, and much more! Attendees are invited to grab great bites to eat from a number of food trucks available on site. End your fun-filled day with a movie on the lawn featuring Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory on a large inflatable screen beginning at approximately 7:30 P.M.

Please note, no dogs, no pets, and no coolers will be allowed at the Riverfront Boardwalk and Pavilion. Attendees are encouraged to bring a chair or blanket for viewing of the film.

Have questions? Contact the Orange Convention & Visitors Bureau at 409-883-1011.

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