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LEONARDTOWN, MD – The St. Mary’s County Health Department announced the recipients of the Gold Star Achievement Awards given annually to food services facilities that achieve superior food safety standards. St. Mary’s County Public Schools received 24 awards for 2016. An awards ceremony will be held on April 6, 2017, at 2:00 p.m. in the Chesapeake Room, located in the Chesapeake Building at 41770 Baldridge Street in Leonardtown, Maryland.
The requirements to earn the Gold Star are:
• No critical violations
• No temperature violations cited during a monitoring inspection
• All violations noted by an inspector must be corrected by a 30-day follow-up inspection
• No confirmed unsafe food handling complaints
• At least one food service worker completed a recognized and approved “Food Service Sanitarian and Safety Class” within the last two years.
The following schools are the 2016 Gold Star recipients for St. Mary’s County Public Schools:
Banneker A Elementary Greenview Knolls Elementary
Banneker B Elementary Hollywood Elementary
Captain Walter Francis Duke Elementary Leonardtown Elementary
Chesapeake Public Charter School Lettie Marshall Dent Elementary
Chopticon High Lexington Park Elementary
Dynard Elementary Margaret Brent Middle
Esperanza Middle Mechanicsville Elementary
Evergreen Elementary Oakville Elementary
Fairlead Academy I Piney Point Elementary
George Washington Carver Ridge Elementary
Great Mills High Town Creek Elementary
Green Holly Elementary White Marsh Elementary