Groom Tiger Times

Eighth-graders Braedon Williams and Gunner Lamb make their usual Tiger Cycle service project rounds, collecting paper for recycling on Friday, March 3, even though their adviser Jowannah Powers was away at the state basketball tournament. Accoding to totals from their last collection, the group has rescued and recycled more than 1,969 pounds of paper since Nov. 30, 2016. As her students collected pounds of paper, her daughter Karson Powers team, the Panhandle Pantherettes, collected points at the UIL State Basketball Tournament in San Antonio. They won 62-37 over Woden and will play Martins Mill tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. in the championship.

Tiger Cycle Time
Photo of the Day – March 3

Eighth-Graders Continue Recycling Program
March 3, 2017

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Groom Christmas Talk

Eighth-Grade Girls Take on Holiday Topics, Produce Their 1st Audio-Video Package
Eighth-Grade Girls December 23, 2016

Career and Technology education is expanding at Groom School. The eighth-grade girls, who are members of the "Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications" course, produced this video,...

Freshman Laurel Fields runs her race at the Spearman Cross Country Meet Oct. 8. While none of the Groom cross country teams won, junior high runners, Braxton Johnson and Braedon Williams, brought home two medals. “It was the hardest course we’ve done all year,” Laurel Fields said.

Run’n the Spearman Miles

Cross Country Teams Compete

With the cold, brisk air in their faces, the Groom cross country runners lined up to improve their times at Lake Palo Duro in Spearman on  Saturday, Oct. 8. Groom arrived late, causing its junior...

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