Memes in Stoneking

Mr. Stoneking’s students created memes illustrating classroom and school rules. We have about a dozen of them on our Facebook page.

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Spirit bus to Zephyrhills

We are doing a Spririt Bus for Friday’s football game at Zephyrhills. The cost will be $5, which pays for the ride and a ticket into the game. Students need to dress in green and black, and have a parent permission slip turned in. Corporal Mills will have a sign up table at all lunches.

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Dance of the Monarch Butterfly

Ms. Costa made a short video of the Monarch butterfly in her classroom.

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Video: Gulf vs Wiregrass Ranch

Football highlights from the season opener vs Wiregrass Ranch High School, by Chris Belloise.

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Gulf 35, WRHS 20

The Bucs won their first football game of the regular season, defeating Wiregrass Ranch 35-20. The Tampa Bay Times article is here. The Tampa Tribune article is here.

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Football team salute (video)

Students cheered the football team and the Buccaneer Band played the Buccaneer Fight Song at the end of the school day today (8/29).

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Gulf football preview, by the Tampa Tribune

The article by Andy Villamarzo is here.

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Volleyball news

JV volleyball defeated the Royal Knights tonight (8/28), while the Varsity took a hard-fought defeat. Next volleyball at home Thursday of next week.

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Web article: 8.5 program for struggling students

The Pasco school district’s program for incoming 9th graders behind in credits was originated by Gulf High principal Kim Davis. The article at tampabay.com is here.

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GHS fun fact

Peter J. McGuire, credited with first proposing the idea of Labor Day as a national holiday, is the great, great, great uncle of GHS Senior Naval Science Instructor John A. McGuire. The Wikipedia article about Peter McGuire is here.

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Colorful attire

Gulf High School math teachers are noted for their stylish and colorful attire.

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Science National Honor Society application

The application is a PDF file here. It is due no later than September 16. It should be emailed to Aum Patel at aumpatel@hotmail.com or Aakash Panjabi at apanjabi96@gmail.com. The first meeting is Sept. 19.

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Athletic passes are now available

If you’d like to purchase an Athletic Pass, please see our principal’s secretary Patty Joens. They are $35 per person or $100 per family of four. The passes are good for home games only.

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Ms. Diaz Marshmallow Challenge

Students working collaboratively in Ms. Diaz’s class. Photos provided by Ms. Diaz.

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NJROTC cadets

NJROTC cadets in Mr. Miller’s 5th period class smiled for the camera on Aug. 27. Cadets either wear their uniforms or otherwise dress up on Wednesdays. (Larger pictures are on Facebook and Flickr.)

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Monarch butterfly emerges

Sometime during first period this morning (8/27) a Monarch butterfly was born (or emerged from its chrysalis) in Ms. Costa’s Biology Honors class. The students named it Bubbles. The top photo shows another chrysalis (the cylindrical object at the lower right). The second photo shows Ms. Costa during her 4th period today.

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Open House

Our annual Open House was held tonight (8/26). Thanks to our parents for the great turnout! In this picture, Mrs. Gabay speaks to parents of students in her 4th period class. (Mrs. Gabay has taught math for many years at Gulf but this year is teaching math and pre-IB Spanish. She says she enjoys her […]

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FSU representative will be here

FSU will be here on Thursday, 9/11/14, during A lunch. Students who would like to meet with the representative but have B lunch will need to see Guidance for a pass.

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