Groom Tiger Times

Chelsey Lamb

Chelsey Lamb, News Editor

Junior Chelsey Lamb is the 17-year-old daughter of Jay and Tacy Lamb. Lamb has attended Groom Independent School District for eight years and has helped with the online newspaper for two years. Chelsey participates in cross country, basketball, track, cheerleading, One Act Play and UIL. Lamb is an active member of her youth group at First Baptist Church in Groom.

You may contact all staff members at [email protected].

Lamb was writer of the week for Week 7 and Week 9 during the 2016-17 school year.



All content by Chelsey Lamb
Junior NHS member Lauren Kuehler helps third grade teacher Jessica Shuck grade events at the UIL Academic meet. Junior High and Elementary students traveled to White Deer on December 7, to compete in events at the district UIL Academic meet.

Academic Attainment

Chelsey Lamb, News Editor
December 19, 2016
Junior Chelsey Lamb writes about her late night surprise - a brand new car - in this column.  According to Lamb, this was something that only happened in movies, but she was lucky enough to share the experience with the girls on the big screen. I am thankful for my amazing parents and my mom’s persuasive skills, Lamb said.

Big-Screen Surprise Hits Home

Chelsey Lamb, News Editor
December 8, 2016
The Groom Tigers and Tigerettes invite community members to join them for a fun bingo night on Nov. 20, at 6 p.m. I hope it will go well, junior Jamey Germany said. It would be a big financial help to our basketball program.

Bettin’ on Basketball & More

Chelsey Lamb, News Editor
November 17, 2016
Brenda Hendricks has helped the book fair be successful at Groom School for 10 years. The library has benefited from all of her hard work, which is completely voluntary. I appreciate all Mrs. Hendricks does for the book fair, junior Lauren Kuehler said. It means a lot to know someone cares so much about Grooms students.

Another Year in the Books

Chelsey Lamb, News Editor
November 4, 2016
Junior Chelsey Lamb practices her shooting form in preparation for the basketball clinic that is to be held in the big gym on Nov. 5. The Ettes will be running the fundamentals clinic for grades kindergarten through sixth.
It is especially important (to me) because we need to help input the idea of good basketball skills for the students at a young age, freshman Ginna Miller said. Admission is $15 per student and includes free entry at the Ettes home basketball game on Jan. 13.

Dribbling Toward Success

Chelsey Lamb, News Editor
October 31, 2016
Stress is awful according to Chelsey Lamb. In this column she describes the pressure she feels on a daily basis. Yet, when you grow up in a small town, you learn to love competition, Lamb said. But, faith is what keeps me going.

Stress Runs into Faith

Chelsey Lamb, News Editor
October 7, 2016
Coach Kylee Armenta makes sure shes available to her students as she is to her athletes. Armenta, the new cross country and assistant girls basketball coach, also teaches math for grades six through 12th. During sixth-period, she can be found leading the fifth-grade physical education class. “I love it in Groom. The school spirit is great, and I feel like everyone has to work hard to make things flow, Armenta said. I don’t think you can be lazy and work in a small school.”

Forever Red … Ready to Run

Chelsey Lamb, News Editor
September 29, 2016
Karissa Huffman has taken over the role as Spanish teacher at Groom ISD. By incorporating music and many opportunities for casual conversation, Huffman brings a fresh approach to learning Spanish. I hope when students leave my class they wont say, I dont remember anything, Huffman said.

Se Habla Español

Chelsey Lamb, News Editor
September 19, 2016
Students who misuse their smart watches by texting, checking social media or causing distractions in class can run the risk of having their device taken up by teachers or administrators in class. If taken, the student will face a $15 penalty to get it returned. I was super-excited to get my watch, but I knew from the start that I wouldnt be able to use it with my phone during school,  sophomore Halle Barkley said.

‘Watch’ Yourself!

Chelsey Lamb, News Editor
September 1, 2016
The GHS cheerleaders stunt during a chant with the help of the shouts coming from the pep squad and the fans in Higgins on Friday, Aug. 26. Pep squad is important because it gets community involved, sophomore cheerleader Halle Barkley said. The Tigers won this game 41-6.

Returning with a Roar

Chelsey Lamb, News Editor
August 30, 2016
Chelsey Lamb squares up to the defense as her father watches. Superintendent Jay Lamb has been the coach of the varsity girls for two years now. Chelsey has played both of those years.

Memories with Dad

Chelsey Lamb, Staff Writer
March 2, 2016
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