Cleaning crews sweep up cleanliness awards
PLANT CITY, FL — The Plant City High and Wilson Elementary school janitorial crews cleaned up at a recent awards ceremony for the cleanest schools in the county, according to The Tampa Tribune.
The schools won the district’s Star Swept School Awards, which is based on multiple surprise inspections during the year and presented annually for the best-kept campuses, the article stated.
According to the article, Plant City High's head custodian for 12 years Owens Jenkins and Wilson’s head custodian for nine years Janice Poplin gave credit to their hardworking crews.
Poplin’s crew members set their sights on winning the award and worked hard to earn it, and Principal Gina Becker plans to keep the trophy next year, the article noted.
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