Groom Tiger Times

Tigers Take on the Dragons with a Mighty Roar

Go out and support your Tigers as they take on the Dragons, Friday Sept. 4th in Paducah at 7:30.

Kirsten Rice, Staff Writer/ Photographer

September 2, 2020

Groom Tigers take on the Paducah Dragons, Friday, September 4th in Paducah at 7:30 pm. Go out and support your Tigers as they battle a set of Dragons. "Groom Tigers have the ability to play as true teammates which makes it so much fun to watch them, " said Groom School Business Manager and coach's wife...

Mighty in a Smaller Package

Coach Ellis hands up a hand washing sign for his students.

Kirsten Rice, Staff Writer/ Photographer

August 21, 2020

The Tigerettes gained a new coach this year who may not be 6'4, but he brings massive experience and expertise to Groom school.  Coach Kirk Ellis is new in town and he's putting those girls to work. “Coach Ellis may do things differently than what we are used to, but we are learning, improving, ...

Photo of the Day: Aug. 18

Photo of the Day: Aug. 18

Kirsten Rice, Staff Writer/ Photographer

August 18, 2020

Students have already started working hard. As the days go by, the students are getting used to the new routines. Distancing is a new important part of the day. "While social distancing from my fellow classmates may be a little different, I have grown to understand the importance," said senior Kirsten...

Kick-Starting the School Year with a Twist

Students are being welcomes back for the 20-21 school year with some major changes.

Kirsten Rice, Staff Writer/ Photographer

August 18, 2020

As the school year kicks off, students are learning the new "social norm" for the year. COVID screenings and social distancing are one of the may ways students have to change there everyday behavior. Students are balancing the changes and the continuing construction on the school. As student arrive to...

Photo of the Day – October 10th

Looking like Darth Vader, Coach Peet stays warm for outdoor training,

Kirsten Rice, Photographer, Staff Writer

October 10, 2019

Even though it's cold outside, the junior high boys are working hard to take on the Miami Warriors tomorrow in Miami at 5:00, followed by the Groom Tigers at 7:30.  Come out and support the Cubs and Tigers as they take on the Warriors.

Tigers Raise their Rank to Third in the Division

Senior Cade Linquist (7) goes in for the tackle helping the Tigers take the win against the Weatherford Christian Lions. Raising their UIL Division II rank to third. The Tigers will face off against Valley on Friday.

Kirsten Rice, Photographer, Staff Writer

September 25, 2019

On Friday, September 20th, the Groom Tigers faced off against the Weatherford Christian Lions for the homecoming game. After a grinding, four quarter battle, the Tigers were victorious with a final score of 65-48.  "We were a little nervous at first, but the game went better than we thought," said senior...

A Story in Every Picture

A sign created by Jaymon Row sits welcoming back the students of Groom School from their summer. After having 85 days of summer students return back.

May 15, 2019

There is a story in every picture. That is why I created a video of different pictures I took throughout the year. I wanted to create a story about my year, so I chose photos that had meaning behind them or were just photos I really liked. I had fun making this video and taking the pictures. I would lo...

Poetry is “Lost”

Kirsten Rice, Staff Writer

December 5, 2018

"Forever Lost" by Kirsten Rice, is a poem that she wrote for Coach Black’s “Totally Uncalled For”, an extra credit opportunity for English students. "Forever Lost" By Kirsten Rice They fill our head with hate and fear Scaring us to do what they want Forcing us to be who they want us to be They...

Poetry Has “Feelings”

Kirsten Rice, Staff Writer

November 20, 2018

Staff Writer Kirsten Rice adds another poem to the Poetry Segment. In this poem, she writes about feelings. She often posts her poems in Coach Black's "Totally Uncalled For" writing center. "Feelings", by Kirsten Rice, is a poem that she wrote for Coach Black's "Totally Uncalled For", an extra credit o...

Kirsten’s Book Nook

Saving Juliet by Suzanne Selfors is a book that changes the plot of  Shakespeare play Romeo and Juliet where they both die tragic deaths, but instead they never meet and Benvolio’s the one falling in love with a Capulet; all because of a Shakespearean Charm that brought Mimi to Verona.

Kirsten Rice, Staff Writer

November 14, 2018

Staff Writer Kirsten Rice continues her Book Nook segment with Saving Juliet by Suzanne Selfors. Saving Juliet by Suzanne Selfors Mimi Wallingford is sick of Shakespeare theater, and even more sick of being recognized solely by the prestige of her last name. Unlike her ancestors, Mimi has an extre...

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