Homecoming dates to remember

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Pep rally will be held Friday

Here’s the flyer.

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Video: JV football vs Mitchell

Here is some video from the JV football game vs Mitchell played on Thursday (9/11). Mr. Miller recorded the entire game for the coaching staff, so he was high up in the press box and doing wide shots only.

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Preparing to play the national anthem

In the press box Kaii Gardner, the game announcer at the JV football game Thursday, looks on as Mr. Strasser prepares to play the national anthem over the PA system before the start of the game. Mr. Gardner is a 1981 GHS graduate.

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JV football vs Mitchell

Our JV football team lost to J. W. Mitchell last night (9/11). Here are a few pictures taken before the start of the game.

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Boys XC ranked 12th in the state

The latest FACA Cross Country rankings have our boys team ranked 12th in the state in Class 2A.

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National Merit Semifinalists

The names of the Gulf High School National Merit Semifinalists were announced today on the morning news. They are Mackenzie Marques and Jacquelyn Nagy. They are pictured here with Ms. Davis and Mr. Page. Officials of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced the names of approximately 16,000 semifinalists in the 60th annual National Merit Scholarship […]

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Video clip – Gulf and Mitchell JV cheerleaders

Joined in progress, Boom Chicka Boom.

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Volleyball news – Sept. 11

Another great week of Lady Bucs volleyball! JV is now 5-1 with a win over Fivay last night (9/10) and a loss to Mitchell tonight (9/11). Varsity is 1-5 but has had some exciting and hard fought games. Next game is Home on Thursday 9/18 against Land O’ Lakes. Pictured below: our varsity and JV […]

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New JV cheerleading coach

Mackenzie Kerley is our new JV cheerleading coach. She is a student at PHSC and is originally from Oswego, New York.

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NJROTC 911 ceremony

Here are some pictures from the Gulf High School ceremony commemorating the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States. Photos by Crystal Radivoy.

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Video project in Ledman

A stop-motion video English project, two videos by Deeva Agaravat, one with the assistance of Chiacy Lo. An artistic response to the poetry of the Nobel-Prize-winning Polish poet Wislawa Szymborska. Mrs. Ledman describes it as a wonderful example of students using technology to achieve academic learning goals.

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Freshman homecoming shirts

Freshman student government will be in the cafeteria during both lunches beginning Monday, September 15, collecting pre-orders for the freshmen homecoming shirts. They will be $10.00. Here are the front and back of their shirts. (Each grade has a different game as their theme, and the freshmen are “Trouble”!)

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Driver safety class rescheduled and moved

From Corporal Mills, our SRO: The driver safety class that was scheduled for Sept. 9 has been rescheduled for Sept. 16 at 2 p.m. in the Mr. Richardson’s classroom.

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XC Athletes of the Week

Our Cross Country Athletes of the week, Robert Jessup and Angela Goldstein. Coach Lofton writes, “They both worked very hard at practice during the week and had a huge improvement at the Wiregrass Invite.” They were selected by a vote of the athletes on the team. For their efforts they receive UGLY SOCKS which they […]

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Planning the World FAIR

Students met in the media center this afternoon (9/10) to plan the Gulf High School World FAIR.

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Environmental Club application

The application is a PDF file here.

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Coach Schenk in Tarpon Springs Hall of Fame

Tarpon Springs High School recently held its inaugural Athletic Hall of Fame induction, honoring 23 inductees covering a period of 108 years of athletics. Coach Russell Schenk is pictured, third from the left in the front row. Congratulations, Coach!

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