Baseball and Softball Senior Night

Friday night (4/11) was Senior Night for both our baseball and softball teams. Pictures from softball are on our Facebook page and in this set on Flickr. Pictures from baseball are on our Facebook page and in this set on Flickr.

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Web article: Gulf bats come alive

The article at tbo.com is here.

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Out of uniform

One of the softball seniors was out of uniform for Senior Night, as she is an NJROTC cadet and attended the military ball before coming to the softball game.

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Web article: Mr. Barrus to retire

A wonderful column in the Tampa Bay Times by Bill Stevens is here.

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March Students of the Month

March Gulf High School Students of the Month, with our Principal, Mrs. Davis: Bruce Dillard (12), Vanessa Rodriguez (11), William Serocki (10), Erika Benitez (9). Students are nominated for this honor by their teachers. The scholarship committee makes the final selection from among the nominees. Congratulations to these outstanding students! (larger picture)

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Scholarship Awards Night pictures

The Pasco school district’s Flickr site includes a set of pictures from Scholarship Awards Night here. Many of the students pictured are Gulf students! Pictured below: Steve Page, Gulf Assistant Principal; Sarah Spann, Take Stock Scholarship recipient; Lynn Goettel, Take Stock in Children mentor; Angela Cotney, Guidance Counselor.

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HOSA Spring Fling is tomorrow!

Here is the flyer.

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Mrs. Dale’s Physical Science class

As part of the unit on Heat and Temperature students in Mrs. Dale’s 5th period Physical Science class designed their own experiments. Here are a few pictures provided by Mrs. Dale. Which heats faster, vinegar or water? “Which melts faster, milk chocolate or dark chocolate?” (And when the original hypothesis is refuted, the follow-up question […]

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Boys weightlifting 3rd at districts (updated)

At districts yesterday (4/9) our boys team placed 3rd out of 16 teams. All of our lifters placed 4th or better. Travis Thomas placed 2nd and may be receiving a special invitation to the State Tournament if his score qualifies in the top ten in the state in his weight class. Athletic Director Shari McFarlane […]

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Scholarship Scoop

The April 10 issue of our Guidance Department’s Scholarship Scoop is PDF file here.

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Softball news: Gulf 9, Wiregrass Ranch 1

As the season begins wind to its bittersweet end the emotions of the six seniors begin to weigh on their minds. Tonight (4/9) was the final home game for one. Brandi Vance stepped on the field 4 years ago as a wide eyed freshman who only wanted to be part of something special. In her […]

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Letter for parents about graduation

A letter which will be given to seniors on Thursday (4/10) to take home, which has complete information about graduation, can also be seen on our school web site. It is a PDF file here.

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Infra-red photos by Mr. Evans

Mr. Evans took these four photos today (4/9) with a special infra-red camera. Larger versions of these photos are on Flickr, at the end of the misc set.

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Tropicana Speech information

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New website for the Gaming Academy

The new Academy of Gaming, Simulation, and Design has its own web site here. The web site was created by Mr. Boyle. The permanent link to it is in the dropdown menu under SCHOOL INFORMATION.

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Study hours at the NPR Public Library

Here is the flyer from the New Port Richey Public Library.

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Volleyball next year

Any girls interested in volleyball next year should see Coach Delaney in room 241.

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Interested in working part-time in the office?

Attention current sophomores and juniors! Interested in part-time work? Interested in working in an office environment? Want to get out of school early and get paid for elective credits? Our local elementary, middle, and high schools employ students to work in their front office part-time. Hours will begin this summer! If interested, you must meet […]

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