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Jeff Miller named Teacher of the Year

Jeff Miller has been named Gulf High School’s Teacher of the Year. Mr. Miller teaches Geometry Honors, Algebra II Honors, and Precalculus. He has been at Gulf since 1995. The Teacher of the Year is selected by a vote of the faculty. His selection was announced at a faculty meeting after school today. Mr. Miller […]

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Dr. Deborah Lepley joins the Gulf administration

Dr. Deborah J. Lepley became an Assistant Principal at Gulf High School today. She will be in charge of the International Baccalaureate program at Gulf. Mr. Imerson introduced Dr. Lepley at a faculty meeting after school today. The Pasco County School Board decided earlier this year to add the International Baccalaureate program to Gulf High […]

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Judy Neptune named SRP of the Year

Judy Neptune has been named the employee of the year among non-faculty members at Gulf High School. Mrs. Neptune works in the GHS cafeteria and is classified as a Food And Nutrition Services Assistant I. She has been at Gulf since 1999. One of her sons, Jonathan, is currently a junior at Gulf. Another son, […]

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Hurricane Jeanne damage

These pictures were taken on campus on Sept. 27, 2004, the day after Hurricane Jeanne passed near New Port Richey. One of them shows Mr. Kolar and Mr. Brochu examining a broken window in Mr. Quarto’s darkened classroom.

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Gulf plays a daytime football game

For the first time anyone could remember, Gulf High School played a daytime football game today. The Buccaneers took on Land O’ Lakes in the first regular-season game of the year (not counting the Nature Coast Technical High School game, which featured three quarters of varsity play and one quarter of JV play). Last week’s […]

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Responsibility Rap

Mr. Imerson presented Character First pins today to Ajay Curry and Norman Fonseca, creators of Responsibility Rap, which was broadcast on the GHS morning news recently. A video clip is on YouTube here.

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Kathy Norris is honored on her last day at Gulf

Kathy Norris, who is retiring after 30 years of teaching, was honored at a faculty meeting in the cafeteria today. Mr. Imerson presented her with a flower arrangement, the traditional Gulf High School clock, and other gifts. He praised her long teaching career, and the faculty gave her a standing ovation. She expected tomorrow to […]

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New stadium locker room is officially opened

The new stadium locker room was officially opened today with a brief speech by Principal Tom Imerson and lunch for invited guests. Football players served the food, and cheerleaders welcomed the guests, who included school district officials, the workers who actually constructed the building, the School Advisory Council, and Gulf coaches. Mr. Imerson presented a […]

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Class of 2004 celebrates graduation

Two hundred five graduates shook hands with school and district personnel as they walked across the Activity Center stage tonight to receive their diplomas. Guests on the stage included State Rep. Heather Fiorentino, School Board member Kathleen Wolf, and Judith Kistler, Human Resources Director for the school district. Principal Thomas Imerson announced that discussions about […]

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Bay area Marine killed in California helicopter crash

This article appeared in the Tampa Tribune on Jan. 25, 2004. Photo courtesy of WFLA Newschannel 8. By MONICA SCANDLEN and STEVE KORNACKI NEW PORT RICHEY – Marine Cpl. Joshua D. Harris, 21, was halfway through his five-year military commitment. The Gulf High School graduate spent nine months in Kuwait and Iraq last year as […]

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Doan and Aday head the Class of 2004

Thanh Dieu Thi Doan and Michael Aday have been named valedictorian and salutatorian for the Gulf High School class of 2004. Thanh, the valedictorian, is the daughter of Ky Van Doan and Dang Thi Doan of New Port Richey. She attended Anclote Elementary, Tarpon Springs Elementary, and Tarpon Springs Middle School before entering Gulf High […]

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New marker installed on the Gulf campus

A new sign made of marble and brick was erected on the Gulf High School campus this week. The sign is a gift of the Class of 2003. Sponsors of the class were Mrs. Gilbreath and Mrs. Donlon. The sign is located in the extreme northeast corner of the property, at the intersection of School […]

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Gulf newsletter wins first place statewide award

Gulf High School’s newsletter, the Gulf High Gazette, has won a first place statewide award from the Sunshine State School Public Relations Association. Mrs. Wallace, who edits the newsletter, is pictured above with Mr. Imerson. They accepted the award in Tampa this morning. The newsletter is published once per quarter and is mailed to parents. […]

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Doug Stobbs named Teacher of the Year

Science teacher Doug Stobbs has been chosen the Teacher of the Year at Gulf High School for the 2003-2004 school year. It’s the second time he has won the honor, as he was also selected during the 1995-96 school year. The selection is made by a vote of the Gulf faculty. Mr. Stobbs is in […]

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Dorothy Naclerio named SRP of the Year

Dorothy Naclerio has been named School Related Personnel employee of the year. Mrs. Naclerio began her work at at Gulf High School in 1994 as a Job Placement Trasition Specialist Assistant. She writes, “I work closely with three very special men, Jeff Serletic, Troy Labarbra and Pete Taylor in the Job Placement Program. “My job […]

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Principal’s Meeting

The principals of Pasco County’s high schools meet about once per month. The meetings usually take place at one of the schools, and the September 2003 meeting was held at Gulf High School. Also in attendance were Robert Dorn, the administrator who oversees middle and high schools in Pasco County, and Bruce Baldwin, Director of […]

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Class of 2003 celebrates graduation

The Gulf High School Class of 2003 received their diplomas tonight in the Bever-Hicks Activity Center. There were 287 graduates this year. Principal Tom Imerson praised this year’s graduates, listing some of their academic and athletic achievements. He also announced to the audience that a new building for the athletic department will be built on […]

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Bucs retire Joe Phillips’ jersey

At the athletic awards assembly on March 10, Gulf varsity boys basketball coach Steve Feldman announced that the Bucs have retired the jersey of point guard Joe Phillips. Phillips averaged 24.4 points, five assists, and 3.1 steals this season. He led the county in scoring average, was second in 3-point shooting with a .424 percentage […]

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