Five Star Canes

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Five Star Canes

JOB WELL DONE: Nurse Blair accepted deserved recognition from Palm Beach County School Board members Oct. 24 on behalf of the Inlet Grove team.

JOB WELL DONE: Nurse Blair accepted deserved recognition from Palm Beach County School Board members Oct. 24 on behalf of the Inlet Grove team.

Courtesy Palm Beach County School District

JOB WELL DONE: Nurse Blair accepted deserved recognition from Palm Beach County School Board members Oct. 24 on behalf of the Inlet Grove team.

Courtesy Palm Beach County School District

Courtesy Palm Beach County School District

JOB WELL DONE: Nurse Blair accepted deserved recognition from Palm Beach County School Board members Oct. 24 on behalf of the Inlet Grove team.

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Inlet Grove was one of 85 schools recognized with the Five Star School Award for its accomplishments, according to a Palm Beach County School District announcement Oct. 24.

“We are one of the two Charter Schools in Palm Beach County to receive this award,” said Mr. Lopez, Inlet Grove principal.

Recipients of the Five Star School Award received a certificate, a flag and the prestige of the highest possible rating from the Department of Education, the district said.

Schools must also earn a grade of C or above, or school improvement rating of “maintaining or improving” for the year of nomination.

To earn Five Star School recognition, a school must show documentation that it has achieved 100 percent of the established in business partnerships, family involvement, volunteerism, student community service, and school advisory councils.

“Thank you Nurse Blair and the entire Inlet Grove team for accomplishing this together,” said Mr. Lopez.

Editor’s note: See the School District news report:

Five Star Schools Celebrated at Annual Breakfast