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Bill Bready

Bill Bready, who was an administrative assistant for discipline at Gulf in the 1990s, died on April 22. He was 83 years old. Bill’s wife Janet Bready, daughter Denise Janes (GHS ’79), and granddaughter Sharaya Janes (GHS ’12), have also been employed by Gulf High School.

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John Jessup interview

John was interviewed after his win in the 1600 and 3200 meter races at the Class 2A-7 district tournament. The interview is here.

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Pictures – Softball Senior Night

Pictures from tonight’s softball Senior Night are on our Facebook page and have been added to this album on Flickr (not available at school).

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Next year’s football schedule

Our football schedule for next year is now on the football page.

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Students smile for the camera

After school on April 20.

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Prom Court is announced!

Congrats to the following students for making prom court! If you are on this list, there is a mandatory meeting tomorrow, Friday, April 21st at 1:50PM in the media center. This will be a very brief meeting, but you MUST attend!! If you have any questions, feel free to come see Ms. Janes in the […]

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End-of-year testing schedule is announced

Here are the complete testing schedules for April and May.

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District final exams

Courses that do not otherwise have a final exam (state or IB or AP exam) will have a Pasco school district final exam during the period of May 8-10. Here is the modified bell schedule for those days to accommodate the district final. (Mathematics for College Readiness students will take the Post-secondary Education Readiness Test […]

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Koivu, Bishop

With our Plant Manager Randy Bishop (right) is Neil Koivu, one of our custodians, who will retire on April 28. He’s been a valued employee here at Gulf for 1 1/2 years. He earlier worked at Trinity Elementary School.

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Important prom info

Students who purchased a prom ticket must be present for 3 class periods on the day of prom, Friday, April 28th. If you plan to leave early, you MUST submit an absence note to the front office by Wednesday, April 26th at 2PM!

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Math in the office

Mr. Redfield was helping a student in the office with an on-line math problem this morning.

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Prom tickets

Students and Ms. Janes are selling prom tickets during lunch today.

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AVID food drive

AVID is coordinating a food drive for Metropolitan Ministries till May 5th. Please drop off your nonperishable food donations to the front office or guidance.

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Pictures – Baseball Senior Night (updated)

Pictures from baseball Senior Night (4/14) are on our Facebook page and in this album on Flickr.

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Our baseball team picture

Here’s the 2016-17 Gulf High School baseball team. larger picture

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Summer volunteering opportunity

From Ms. Donlon: Metropolitan Ministries is offering a great Summer program where students can get community service hours. This summer Metropolitan Ministries is featuring an internship program for high school students called the MyV Summer Internship. This occurs from June 1st- August 15th and for 20 hours per week. Students may take the entire summer […]

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Friday Trivia

Uchacz period 2 won Friday Trivia today (4/14)! Photo by Joens.

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Students smile for the camera

Students smile for the camera in the Media Center after school today.

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