Inlet Grove News

  • Seniors Order Your Hoodies By January 31 If You Haven't Already!
  • All Seniors, Submit Senior Quotes By January 22, 2021!
  • Communicate With Teachers On Assignments.
  • Turn Work In Before This Semester Ends.
  • Check your SIS for grades to stay on track.
  • The Semester Ends January 29th.

Summer Intern

Mariel Beckford, Co-Editor
January 21, 2021
SWORN IN AS THE 46 PRESIDENT: We see that Mr. Hanif is ready for the inauguration today by having his Biden Harris 2020 face mask !

Biden Harris 2020

Roniyah Z. Moss
January 20, 2021
GIVING HELP TO THE KIDS: Mr. Banks (from left), Mr. Al and Mr. McDermott handed out the laptops to get students ready for their career classes next semester.

Photo of the Day: Distribution

Jordyn Albert, Staff Writer
January 7, 2021
THEY'RE BACK IN BUSINESS: As student return to the campus,  they are safely learning while using the CDC procedures.

Back to School

Libby Dominique, Staff Writer
October 1, 2020
NEW NORMAL: Students, teachers, and administrators take the proper precautions as students return back to school physically to ensure that everyone is safe.

Safety first

Sephora Charles, Staff Writer
September 24, 2020
FIRST DAY BACK: Students and staff returned to campus on Sep 21st; while being advised to follow the CDC guidelines.

Back on campus

Malonnedie Tanis, Staff Writer
September 24, 2020
HURRICANES ARE BACK IN SEASON: A student returns to the TV & Film Production classroom to complete work for Mr. Goldstein.

Photo of the Day: Covid can’t stop us

Sireayah Jones and Taria Smith
September 21, 2020
A DATE FOR PROM: Tuesday March 10, Kristha Zapata-Palacios received a prom proposal from Maurice Smith, saying  ''You can guard me 1v1 but you will get bombed! Save yourself that embarrassment and let me take you to prom'' and said YES!

Surprising message

Janiyah Jackson, Staff Writer
March 12, 2020
SPEAKING THE UNSPEAKABLE: Ms. Baker, Digital Design instructor, reflects on how women's role changed in the past 20 years and what Women’s History Month means to her personally. β€œI’ve seen a drastic change from being a young girl in middle school to now an adult women working in high school and going through college and corporate ladder of my working career. I’ve seen a lot more women be the forefront for a lot of companies, [and] having a woman in the presidential electrical ballet was major, that was history in itself”, said Ms. Baker. β€œ[Women’s History Month] is a month that highlights all of the women in the world because women are the birth of a nation, no matter where it is in the world, nothing can happen without a woman. Women’s history month shines a spotlight on things that go unsaid or unforeseen. I’ll like to see change but I know they are already happening.

Born to change

Karla Salvador, Staff Writer
March 6, 2020
CELEBRATING STUDENT PUBLICATIONS: During Scholastic Journalism Week. Feb. 24-28, students shed light on their publication staffs and what they do.

SJW 2020

Skyy Hinson, Managing Editor
March 5, 2020
ALEXANDRA GRIMES :A Junior in the Pre-Medical Academy says , ''Women's history month means that we had a moment in life to show how strong a women are and what her capabilities are. Many would think just because woman are small and less stronger than men  doesn't mean we dont  have many powers. Most people don't see or think we have it and it affects me because i sometimes feel i don't have enough strength to do what a man can do and it's given me the mindset that i can do anything to my ability and its describe my personality because i know i'm strong''.

Women’s powers

Janiyah Jackson, Staff Writer
March 5, 2020
Load more stories
πšƒπ™·π™΄ πš‚πšƒπš„π™³π™΄π™½πšƒ π™½π™΄πš†πš‚ πš‚π™Έπšƒπ™΄ 𝙾𝙡 π™Έπ™½π™»π™΄πšƒ π™Άπšπ™Ύπš…π™΄ π™²π™Ύπ™Όπ™Όπš„π™½π™Έπšƒπšˆ 𝙷𝙸𝙢𝙷 πš‚π™²π™·π™Ύπ™Ύπ™»
School News