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Photo of the Day: Meeting the press

C.B. Hanif

MASSING WITH THE MEDIA: GroveWatch staffers enjoyed lunch with social media superstar Samantha Ragland and other professionals in the Press Club, the staff cafeteria, during the annual High School Newspaper Workshop at The Palm Beach Post. The Canes enjoyed a day with students from other high school publications getting tips on their writing, editing, photography, designing and social media skills.

Photo of the Day: Meeting the press

Dec 6 • No Comments

SAC Report: Reaching for success

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SAC Report: Reaching for success

Starlia Dormeus, Staff Writer

Biology teacher Mr. Graham emphasized the need to support the Science Department during the third meeting of the School Advisory Council (SAC), Nov. 17 in the Media Cent...  Read More »

Dec 5 • No Comments

Return of La Chancla

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TO THE RESCUE: In a case of La Chancla in hand at it's best, a woman saves her small dog's life after a huge crocodile tries to attack them.

Return of La Chancla

Yorgelis Yambo, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Remember "La Chancla"? As some of you know, there was an informative GroveWatch story published two years ago about Hispanic parents and their favorite way of disciplining...  Read More »

Nov 28 • No Comments

Thanksgiving love

Maria Morrison

TURKEY GIVEAWAY: Student Government Association members Christina Escobar-Cruz, left, and Michelle Lahens, second from right, joined with members of the Urban League of Palm Beach County to give away 750 turkeys and dinners over the weekend. "It was a great experience to help assist so many young people and to know that Inlet Grove students were a part of it," said SGA adviser Ms. Morrison.

Thanksgiving love

Nov 21 • No Comments

Another ‘Outlet’ for the Canes’ skills

Brianna Luberisse

THIS IS HOW WE DO IT: From left, Taikijanae Grundy, Odalys Velaquez and Brittany Campbell, Culinary students of Chef Newman, conducted cooking demonstrations and handed out healthy samples, with supplies provided by the Palm Beach County Food Bank, during Diabetes Awareness Day at the Palm Beach Outlets Mall on Nov. 12. Medical Academy students also conducted diabetes risk assessments, Digital Design students helped with children’s activities, Journalism students captured the scenes, while Drumline students set the beat, as the Canes once again volunteered during a community event, this time for the Diabetes Coalition of Palm Beach County.

Another ‘Outlet’ for the Canes’ skills

Nov 17 • 3 Comments

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Opinion

You can’t act a color

You can’t act a color

Kennedi English, Staff Writer

What does it mean to act black? How can you act a certain color? If someone were to tell you to act orange how would you even respond to them? This whole black and white...  Read More »

Nov 7 • 4 Comments

Wayward sign of political times

Wayward sign of political times

November 6, 2016

One day

One day

November 2, 2016

Cane pride?

Cane pride?

October 24, 2016

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Features

Searching for authentic Mexican food: Spanish field trip to Torero

Searching for authentic Mexican food: Spanish field trip to Torero

Yorgelis Yambo, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Thirty students from Ms. Companioni's Spanish classes enjoyed a field trip to an authentic Mexican restaurant, Toreros in West Palm Beach, on Nov. 14. They included Spanish-speaking...  Read More »

Dec 5 • No Comments

Relax, do not cram. I repeat do not cram.

Relax, do not cram. I repeat do not cram.

December 2, 2016

Return of La Chancla

Return of La Chancla

November 28, 2016

Showcasing the Canes

Showcasing the Canes

October 20, 2016

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The student news site of Inlet Grove Community High School
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