Congratulations to the girl’s weightlifting team for a strong effort on Wednesday afternoon! The following athletes placed in the meet: Symone Wilson 1st, Ciera Clark 1st, Kara Fredrickson 1st, Karlee Hieftje 2nd, Brittany Dehart 1st, Sabina Ramic 1st, Jaycee Redmond 1st, Aundrea Berry 2nd, Jasmine Bruner 3rd, Jasmine Jackson 1st.
Gulf High teacher Chad Stoneking was a hit at Seven Springs Elementary School today, doing a Great American Teach-In presentation. He talked about the GHS gaming academy and art-related jobs.
Pictured are members of the Japanese Culture Club, with co-sponsor Mr. Gonzalez. (The other sponsor is Mr. Concilio.) After the picture was taken, club members did some cleaning up of our campus. A larger picture is here.
Dr. Cathern Wildey, who taught English at Gulf for 25 years and is now retired, is substitute teaching this year. She filled in for Mr. Donaldson today.
Here are some pictures from today’s Great American Teach-In. Thank you to our presenters! Larger pictures are here. Tim Exline, Assistant Fire Chief, New Port Richey. The above three photos show Officer Brett Schambach of the New Port Richey Police Department. He is also our school resource officer. The above two pictures show Judge Shawn […]
A student creating a computer game in Mr. Boyle’s class this morning.
Nicole Graziano, a school counselor at Marchman Technical Education College, spoke to Gulf students this morning about programs offered at MTEC.
Some pictures taken before the start of tonight’s (11/16) girls soccer game vs Land O’ Lakes are in this album on Flickr and on our Facebook page. Below: the seniors in our girls soccer team. larger picture
Both the varsity and JV girls basketball teams defeated Zephyrhills last night (11/13), by scores of 35-28 and 34-10. Both teams are now 1-1. Photo from Amy Molihan Quigley’s Facebook page.
Students in Ms. Gabay’s Spanish classes created nice graphics showing events in the passage of life in other cultures.
From Ms. Donlon, the Nov. 13, 2015, Gulf High School Scholarship Scoop is here.
Winners in the Davis Trivial Challenge to day (11/13) are Mrs. Dale’s 2nd period class. Photo by Donlon. Answers: 1. Manden Smith, swimming; Salliemae Blethroad, swimming; John Jessup, cross country 2. December 4-10, 1925 3. Poseidon 4. Mr. Donaldson 5. piccolo
The National History Honor Society held its semi-annual History Bowl today (12/12). Competing teams answered trivia questions based off the following subjects: US. History, World History, Gov’t and Politics, Economics, Psychology, and Human Geography. Some pictures are in the Misc Album on Flickr and on our Facebook page.
Girls interested in joining the weightlifting team still have time to join! If you have any questions, come by office 110 to see coach Halilic. (Photo from 2011)
If you are interested being part of our upcoming spring play “Almost, Maine” then please fill out the following form http://goo.gl/forms/wcZv6UKWlW The trailer for the play is at https://youtu.be/961hRw2VJc8
Edward Louis “Ed” Sanders, 47, of Winter Garden, formerly of New Port Richey, passed Nov. 4, 2015. A Celebration of Ed’s Life will be held Friday, Nov. 13, 6 pm at Grace Memorial Funeral Home. This is his photo from the 1986 yearbook.
Visitors from River Ridge High School watched Mr. Fakitsas’ first period class this morning. Our Algebra I classes use a program called Agile Mind. Photo from Mr. Strasser’s Twitter feed.
It’s before 7 a.m. and NJROTC cadets are working out in the gym. Photo by McGuire.