Mrs. Alwood back in high school at a formal dance with her date. She attended Robert E. Lee High School in Houston. The top photo is detail from the bottom photo.
Allyson Halilic is the newest teacher at Gulf High School. She is teaching Introduction to Information Technology. She has taken over the classes formerly taught by her husband Hakija, who remains at Gulf but is teaching in a different field. Mrs. Halilic is a graduate of Tusculum College, which is the oldest college in Tennessee. […]
James Donlon was honored today (12/3) as a Take Stock In Children scholarship recipient during a luncheon in Tampa. Congratulations James!
Open Tennis will be Monday 12/16 to Thursday 12/19 and Tuesday 1/7 to Thursday 1/9, from 2-3. See Coach Delaney for more info. Participants need completed Athletic packet. Tryouts will be held on 1/13 time TBD.
The Tribune ranks our boys team (4-1) third in the county and our girls team (7-1) fourth. The article is here.
An article at tbo.com is here.
Ms. Costa graduated from John Dewey High School, Brooklyn, NY, at age 17 (one year early). This is her yearbook picture!
The remaining girls basketball home games will start at 6:00 p.m., beginning Tuesday, Dec. 3.
On Nov. 26 our girls basketball team defeated River Ridge 47-38. An article at tampabay.com is here. On Nov. 25 the Lady Bucs defeated Pasco 59-39. Pictures from the Pasco game are in the girls basketball set at flickr. A video clip showing much of the third quarter is below.
Actually, two old photos today, showing Mrs. Gabay. In the second photo she is receiving her high school diploma in 1983 at Gateway High School in Aurora, Colorado. Mrs. Gabay says that at that time she did not speak English.
Mr. Griffith smiles for the camera with Jiaxin Zhang, who has just been accepted to Indiana University, Mr. Griffith’s alma mater. She applied there because of the Kelly School of Business at Indiana.
From Ms. Donlon: We will be conducting informational meetings with seniors through their Government / Economics classes during the 2nd week in December to assist with this application, the Bright Futures application, and FAFSA.
Today is Hat Day at GHS and Mr. Griffith is not only wearing a hat, but he has brought in a box of Leibniz biscuits, as in Gottfried Leibniz, the co-inventor of calculus! (Normally students cannot wear hats in Pasco County high schools, but for a fundraiser the rule is waived today.)
At Monday night’s basketball game, Coach McFarlane and her husband Jim. (larger)
The NJROTC cadets learned how to patch broken pipes and ruptured walls and ships’ hulls at the Navy’s Damage Control School in Mayport, Florida, today (11/25). Afterwards they enjoyed a cookout, and then a tour of a Navy helicopter squadron. Below: The NJROTC unit was guided on their tour of Helicopter Squadron 48 in Mayport, […]
Ms. Tongen saw Mr. Robinson and Mr. Schneider at a local restaurant on Sunday and took this picture. They are both retired Gulf math teachers. Ms. Tongen reports they were cheering for the Bucs and are enjoying retirement.
Mr. Miller worked in radio broadcasting before he became a teacher. He mainly did maintenance and installation of the electronic equipment, but here he is reading the news in 1978 on WJLS in his hometown, Beckley, West Virginia.