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Eddie Morgan retires after 35 Gulf years

Eddie Morgan, who has been a custodian at Gulf High School and Gulf Junior High School for 35 years, has retired. Some of the GHS staff and his co-workers said good-bye to him in the Administrative Conference Room today. It was his last day at work. Mr. Morgan started at Gulf High School on Louisiana […]

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New school resource officeer

Gulf’s new school resource officer is Jeff Fichtemaier. Cpl. Fichtemaier has been employed by the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office for seven years. He spent three years as a Field Training Officer, three years on the SWAT team, and one year on Community Policing. Before he became a deputy, he was a golf pro. Jeff was […]

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Vivian Jolin retires after 29 years at Gulf

Vivian Jolin, who has taught at Gulf High School since the 1978-79 school year, has retired. She most recently taught Life Management, but started at Gulf teaching Food and Nutrition, which she taught only for one semester. She then switched to Clothing and Textiles, which she taught for 16 years. This was a one-semester class. […]

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Signed Gulf football brings $700 at auction

Gulf head football coach Jay Fulmer thanks Pete Burr, the winning bidder for a football signed by the Gulf players and coaches. The auction was part of a fund raiser held tonight for the football program, which began with a potluck dinner and an auction of cakes baked by players. Coach Fulmer said he held […]

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School board honors Mr. Miller

The Pasco County School Board honored Mr. Miller tonight for his research into the history of the Pasco County school system. Mr. Miller maintains the Gulf High School web site, which includes the history of Gulf High School and has expanded to show the history of the county and the school system. The plaque reads, […]

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Buccaneer statue is dedicated

The display donated by the Class of 2007 was dedicated in a brief ceremony this morning in the commons area. The six-foot Buccaneer statue is surrounded by rocks, trees, bushes, a treasure chest, and sand. Students, staff members, parents, band members, NJROTC cadets, and cheerleaders attended. Renalia DuBose, assistant superintendent for the Pasco County School […]

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New floor in the Activity Center

Here are some photos taken today showing construction of the new floor in the Bever-Hicks Activity Center.

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English teacher Cathern Wildey retires

Language Arts teacher Dr. Cathern Wildey, who has taught at Gulf since the 1983-84 school year, is retiring. She was honored at a faculty meeting this morning by Mr. Imerson and the other teachers in the Language Arts Department. This year, Dr. Wildey taught pre-IB English I and English Honors I. During her tenure at […]

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Courtney Cohen kicks in spring football game

Courtney Cohen made her debut as a Gulf football player, kicking in the Green & White game tonight. She is expected to become the first girl to play football in school history in the fall, when she will be a senior. Here are some pictures from tonight’s pre-season game.

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Graduation to be held off-campus this year

In a letter to parents dated today, Mr. Imerson announced that the graduation ceremony for the Class of 2007 will be held at the EpiCentre, an auditorium which is part of Calvary Chapel Worship Center at 6825 Trouble Creek Rd. in New Port Richey. According to Mr. Imerson, the move away from the campus is […]

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Tran and Muñoz head the Class of 2007

Thanh Tran and Jonathan Muñoz have been named valedictorian and salutatorian for the Gulf High School class of 2007. Mr. Imerson made the announcement today. Thanh, the valedictorian, is the daughter of My Tran and lives in New Port Richey. She was born in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, and came to the United States […]

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April Kelley is Pasco’s Outstanding Counselor

April Kelley, who heads the Gulf High School Guidance Department, has been selected the Outstanding Guidance Counselor for 2007 for Pasco County. Mr. Imerson informed the faculty of her award in a memo yesterday. He wrote, “This is a wonderful recognition for all of the efforts Mrs. Kelley has made on behalf of so many […]

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Model Congress

Gulf High School’s second annual Model Congress was held today, with the Senate meeting in the chorus room and the House meeting in the band room. Guest speakers were former U. S. Rep. Michael Bilirakis and current Pasco County Administrator John Gallagher. Mrs. Alwood reports that bills passed and signed into law by President Pam […]

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Jim Blair to retire after 45 years in education

Jim Blair, who teaches Diversified Cooperative Training (DCT), will retire at the end of this month after having taught for 45 years. Mr. Blair sponsors the Cooperative Education Clubs of Florida and is the District Advisor for CECF. He was honored by Mr. Imerson at a faculty meeting today. Mr. Blair joined the Gulf High […]

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Principals of the Gulf Community of Schools

Principals of some of the local schools posed for the camera at the joint meeting of the school advisory councils tonight. They are: Tom Imerson, Gulf High School; Carole Baird, Anclote Elementary School; Ken Miesner, Richey Elementary School; Stan Trapp, Gulf Middle School; Terri Mutell, Marlowe Elementary School; Barbara Kleinsorge, Cotee River Elementary School; and […]

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Raymond Wyoscki named Teacher of the Year

Senior Naval Science instructor Lt. Raymond Wysocki has been named Gulf High School’s Teacher of the Year. He and this year’s SRP of the Year were honored with cakes by Mr. Imerson this afternoon. Mr. Imerson will announce their selection to the teachers at the next faculty meeting. Lt. Wysocki joined the Gulf faculty in […]

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Saying goodbye to Cpl. Spitzer

Teachers and other staff members gathered in the cafeteria after school to say goodbye to our school resource officer, Cpl. Tim Spitzer. Here are some pictures, taken by Mr. Rutherford.

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Character First pins

Assistant Principal Thomas Brochu, substituting for Mr. Imerson, presented Character First pins to three NJROTC cadets today. Mr. Imerson, who was not at school today, occasionally presents these pins to honor students for exemplary actions or achievements in school. The students are, left to right, Mark Pini, Codrut Popescu, and Jordyn Roberts. Also in the […]

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