Groesbeck Lions had a visit from GHS’s Family Consumer Science Teacher, Steffi Kirkendoll and three of her upperclassmen who are currently enrolled in our Groesbeck Culinary Arts Program. Senior Tavia Anglin, Junior Dayanara Rivera and Senior Kole Tatum (pictured Left to Right). The students spoke about the current classes offered in the program, which begin in 8th grade and extend through students’ Senior year. The classes offer not only cooking skills, but safe food handling practice and training needed for students to receive their Food Handler and Food Manager Certificates. Classes are now being held in the newly remodeled Culinary Arts Building, located at the corner of South Ellis and Elwood Enge Drive. Superintendent Dr. James Cowley highlighted the history of the building, and shared plans for not only our Culinary students, but other groups at the High School that will contribute to the project.
The Groesbeck baseball team shut out Crockett, 10-0, in a District 20-3A game last week and had a chance to clinch a playoff spot with a victory Tuesday at home against Buffalo.
Groesbeck Youngsters hit the field on Thursday of last week in Mexia to warm up for the season. Katecey Harrell photos/Groesbeck Journal
Groesbeck native Phillip Gibson is intent on defending a national championship he helped win last year.
The Groesbeck softball team split a pair of games last week and entered play this week with a 6-3 District 20-3A record and an 11-4-1 overall slate.