Big Brothers Big Sisters is recruiting students to be “Bigs” for students at Marlowe Elementary School. The application form for this program is a PDF file here.
Highlights from the first three quarters of the pre-season football game between Gulf High School and Ronald W. Reagan / Doral High School, Aug. 18, 2016. If you have a fast connection, switch to 2160p/4K.
Some pictures from the pre-season game vs Reagan/Doral game are on our Facebook page and in this album on Flickr. We’ll have some 4K video from the game on Saturday afternoon. The Tampa Bay Times article about the game is here. Photo below from PascoCountyFB Twitter.
The National Art Honor Society will be holding its very first meeting on August 26th, in room 104 at 1:50pm. This meeting will be informational, applications provided, and requirements must be met in order to join. These requirements include: Completion of at least one high school-level art course with a grade of “B” or higher […]
The man in the blue shirt in the press box is Robert Evans, retired Gulf High School science teacher, who substituted as the PA announcer for last night’s football game.
NJROTC cadets were on the obstacle course today. Photos by NJROTC.
Here are our senior cheerleaders larger photo, and our varsity and JV cheerleaders and coach larger photo.
At tonight’s football game, Mr. Fakitsas, Mr. Caldwell, and Mr. Redfield. Fakitsas and Redfield are GHS math teachers; Caldwell is an assistant principal at Anclote High School. He is married to Ms. Caldwell, AP at GHS. larger picture In the second photo are Donlon and McFarlane, at the game to support the Bucs!
Anne Currelly, former GHS French teacher, was on campus today, so we took a picture. Mme. Currelly is the Pasco e-School liaison to Gulf High School, and is here at least once per month. She taught French at Gulf High School from 1991 to 2014, and now teaches French in the e-School.
Anyone interested in purchasing an Athletic pass, please see Mrs. Joens in the front office. Passes are $35 for one or $100 for a family of 3 or more. Cash or checks only. Passes are good for all home athletic games except district, regional or state events.
Sara Taylor is a new teacher at Gulf. She is an ESE support facilitator, working with students in various classrooms. She just moved to Florida from New York state. She has taught for 15 years. Before coming to Gulf she taught at P. S. 256 in Far Rockaway, N. Y., for seven years. Earlier she […]
Margaret Roy is a new social studies teacher at Gulf. Ms. Roy just moved to Florida recently. Before coming here, she taught at Family Life Academy Charter School in the Bronx for one year and at Carmel High School, in Carmel, N. Y. for five years. Carmel High School is also the high school she […]
From Coach Adams: On Tuesday (8/23) we will be having a quick informational meeting for anyone interested in wrestling. The meeting will be right after school in the media center.
Suzanne Stacey is a new science teacher at Gulf. She previously taught at Sunlake High School for 9 years and Paul R. Smith Middle School for one year. Ms. Stacy has a B. S. degree in Food Science and Human Nutrition from UF and an M. S. degree in Dietetics and Nutrition from FIU. She […]
There will be a baseball meeting on Monday, August 22nd, in room 114E right after school. If you can’t be there, see Coach Krupp before then.
Richard Crist is a new science teacher at Gulf. He teaches chemistry and physical science. He has taught at several schools Hillsborough and Pasco counties, including at Grace Christian School in Hudson. Before coming to Gulf he taught math and science at AMI Kids Pasco. Mr. Crist is a church pastor turned science teacher. He […]
Senior Portraits will be August 29th – 31st and September 21st – 23rd at Gulf High. To reserve a time slot you must sign up in room 109. There is a $15 sitting fee. See Mrs. Halilic in room 109B with any questions.