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Tiger Cycle Time

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Tiger Cycle Time

Freshmen Braedon Williams and Tre' Byers collect used paper ready for recycling as their classmate Zander Mays looks forward to see if the next room is ready for them to come to collect there. These students and their other class members have been running the Tiger Cycle program at Groom School since their seventh-grade year. Adviser Jowannah Powers assists the group with their efforts, which have kept tons of extra paper from reaching area landfills.

Freshmen Braedon Williams and Tre' Byers collect used paper ready for recycling as their classmate Zander Mays looks forward to see if the next room is ready for them to come to collect there. These students and their other class members have been running the Tiger Cycle program at Groom School since their seventh-grade year. Adviser Jowannah Powers assists the group with their efforts, which have kept tons of extra paper from reaching area landfills.

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Freshmen Braedon Williams and Tre' Byers collect used paper ready for recycling as their classmate Zander Mays looks forward to see if the next room is ready for them to come to collect there. These students and their other class members have been running the Tiger Cycle program at Groom School since their seventh-grade year. Adviser Jowannah Powers assists the group with their efforts, which have kept tons of extra paper from reaching area landfills.

Cade Linquist

Cade Linquist

Freshmen Braedon Williams and Tre' Byers collect used paper ready for recycling as their classmate Zander Mays looks forward to see if the next room is ready for them to come to collect there. These students and their other class members have been running the Tiger Cycle program at Groom School since their seventh-grade year. Adviser Jowannah Powers assists the group with their efforts, which have kept tons of extra paper from reaching area landfills.

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Groom Students Keep Tons

of Paper Out of Landfills

Catch a glimpse of this year’s Tiger cycle program by clicking the play triangle above to watch and see how the students of the freshman class continue to help the environment with a program they began while still in junior high with their social studies teacher, Jowannah Powers. You also can see more about the history of this program by clicking the related stories that are attached here, as well.

 

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