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GTTV Follows Science, News

GTTV Follows Science, News

Nick Kolesnikov and Nate Roskens

December 4, 2015


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On this week's "GTTV Fast Cast," aka "The Nick and Nate Show," see how science comes alive in Groom School this week. From volcanoes to hot-air balloons, Groom students enjoyed plenty of hands-on learning. Plus, all of the usual coverage comes here, too. Just press the "Play Triangle."

Student of the Day – Morgan Trevino

Student of the Day – Morgan Trevino

Caroline Britten, Feature Editor

November 24, 2015


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She stands by with a quiet presence. A girl with few words, but they can always be guaranteed to be packed with positivity. Sophomore Morgan Trevino was nominated as "Student of the Day" by Mrs. Angela DeMine. "She's a very good group member." Mrs. DeMine said. When Trevino grows up, she aspires to...

Student of the Day – Mason Miller

Student of the Day – Mason Miller

Caroline Britten, Feature Editor

November 19, 2015


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Caring, flirtatious and hard-working  leader - Junior Mason Miller was nominated as "Student of the Day" by Mrs. Leslie Floyd. "I find him to be a kid that is everybody's friend and everybody's enemy," Mrs. Floyd said of this year's FFA president. "He's trustworthy and loyal, and he would come to...

Student of the Day – Corbin Ruthardt

Student of the Day – Corbin Ruthardt

Caroline Britten, Feature Editor

November 18, 2015


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Young, bold, and stands at 5' 2". Freshman Corbin Ruthardt was nominated by Mr. Stephen Vanderpool as 'Student of the Day." "He is always in a cheerful, upbeat mood," Mr. Vanderpool said when giving the reason for his nomination. If Ruthardt had any three wishes, he said he would "wish to have...

Student of the Day – Ryan Ragain

Student of the Day – Ryan Ragain

Caroline Britten, Feature Writer

November 17, 2015


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The first thing you'll notice about Ragain is his smile. When he smiles, it brightens up his whole face. Fourth-grader Ryan Ragain was nominated as today's "Student of the Day" by Mrs. Aimee Fields. Ryan is always happy, always gets along with his classmates," Mrs. Fields said. "And always does...

Student of the Day – Blayne Shuck

Student of the Day – Blayne Shuck

Caroline Britten, Feature Editor

November 12, 2015


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Fifth-grader Blayne Shuck was nominated as "Student of the Day" by Mrs. Melanie Britten. Mrs. Britten said she selected Shuck because "he is a hard worker and gives everything his all. He's just one of those kids who tries to do the best in everything he does." Shuck is a sports enthusiast. His favorite...

Student of the Day – Collin Thomas

Student of the Day – Collin Thomas

Caroline Britten, Feature Editor

November 9, 2015


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Third-grader Collin Thomas is today's "Student of the Day." He was nominated by his teacher, Mrs. Shuck. "He is a sweet and smart boy who always does what he is told. He's good student." When Thomas grows up, he wants to work for Excel Energy at a power plant substation. Thomas can be classified...

Student of the Day – Cael Ruthardt

Student of the Day – Cael Ruthardt

Caroline Britten, Feature Writer

November 6, 2015


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Sixth-grader Cael Ruthardt was nominated by Mrs. Shirley Fields to be the "Student of the Day." Mrs. Fields selected him because Ruthardt "works really hard, turns his work in on time, and does anything extra" she asks him to do. Some of Ruthardt's favorite activities include "playing football and...

Student of the Day – Taylor Ritter

Student of the Day – Taylor Ritter

Caroline Britten, Feature Editor

November 2, 2015


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Groom School has always had the unique feature of having some of the best students in the Texas Panhandle. This statement is not just based on academic performance, but also on the fact that the most fun, witty and joy-filled children roam these very halls. The Journalism Department has decided that...

Groom Tigers Living the Live Life

Groom Tigers Living the Live Life

Caroline Britten, Staff Writer

October 9, 2015


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Tens of nameless cords scatter the tables in Mrs. Lisa Roskens' room. By the end of the day every Friday, they all have to be wrapped neatly and organized into the two black bags. Exasperation often fills the journalism room as the process of preparing equipment for the Cube begins; but in the end, Groom...

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