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CLEANSED: The National Honor Society volunteered with coastal clean up to help straighten out the seashore of Palm Beach  County on Saturday, Sept. 17. I really loved the turnout of our first NHS event, it really showed how we care about showing up to serve our community, said Vice President Jonathan Eugene shown in the picture.

Tidy up

Erna Delice , Editor-in-Chief
September 30, 2022
CONGRATULATIONS: The advisors of the National Honors Society, Mrs. Reyes and Mr. Doby, including Inlet students received acknowledgement because of their academic achievements in school.

NHS Recognition

Terrell Jones, Managing Editor
September 7, 2022
FORMALITY: New inductees were appointed into the National Honor Society on May 23 as they said the NHS pledge and past officers were rewarded.

Salute to the new

Leah Robinson, Staff Writer
May 24, 2022
FESTIVITY: National Honor Society members, Ms. Espinoza, Ms. Reyes, and Mr. Doby (shown above) went to Okeeheelee Park for the NHS Senior send-off hosted by Vice President, Cinthia Gonzalez on May 7. It was a fun event, people painted, played Uno, and played sports, said Gonzalez.

Good times

Shania Mckellar, Staff Writer
May 18, 2022
TO THE FINISH LINE: On April 16th, Canes arrived at Ocean Walk Singer Island to give water and Gatorades to the runners participating in the Game On! Event. Students and NHS officers were assigned to stations  such as Gabriel Grieg, shown on the left, giving water to runner 733. It was a very successful event for us, no safety incident whatsoever, all because all of you good reliable and responsible leaders, said Ms. Reyes.

Race on

Dafany Miranda-Zepeda, Managing Editor
April 21, 2022
PARTNERSHIP: Students participate in washing teachers, students and  community cars to fundraise.

A touch of shineΒ 

Erna Delice , Co-Editor
March 31, 2022
SORT OUT: Canes gathered in Delray Beach to harvest peppers for a food recovery program organized by Cros Ministries.

Produce rescue

Dafany Miranda-Zepeda , Managing Editor
March 28, 2022
REACHING OUT: NHS members and Canes attended their biggest service activity with CROS Ministries at Whitworth Farms on Jan. 29. Students helped pick out ripe tomatoes so CROS could distribute it to local food banks.

Let’s harvest

Dafany Miranda-Zepeda, Managing Editor
February 8, 2022
PILE UP: NHS members went to Lake Worth Beach for a community service event by picking up pieces of trash on Jan. 15. After the clean-up, members took a moment of relaxation by eating Chick-Fil-A then some played Uno while others played football and soccer.

Teen beach

Dafany Miranda-Zepeda, Staff Writer
January 21, 2022
FOR THE FIRST TIME: Sophomore invitees and NHS members attended a general assembly. They went over the beach clean-up, introduced the officers, and had a survey of who would volunteer for the upcoming community service event. The first raffle was done with Ms. Reyes winning twice in a row.

New inductees

Dafany Miranda-Zepeda, Staff Writer
January 20, 2022
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