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Jeff Morgenstein jmorgens@pasco.k12.fl.us was appointed principal of Gulf High School in June 2019, capping a career of over 30 years in education. Beginning as a teacher of English Language Arts, Spanish, French, and ESOL, Mr. Morgenstein has served on the faculties of Hudson and Land O’ Lakes High Schools. He helped establish Pasco County Schools’ first International Baccalaureate Programme (IB) and taught Spanish and Theory of Knowledge courses. After several years in district administration as a supervisor for World Languages and ESOL, Communications and Government Relations, and Leadership Development, he returned to Land O’ Lakes as assistant principal for IB. He was Teacher of the Year at Hudson and Land O’ Lakes, recipient of the 2005 Milken National Educator Award, and the Governor’s Shine Award in 2016. Mr. Morgenstein grew up in New York City and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from McGill University (Montreal, Canada) and a Master of Education from the University of Florida in Gainesville. As a school leader, Mr. Morgenstein believes in creating a positive learning and teaching environment so students and staff experience success and fulfillment. “Every student, every classroom, every day.”


Cheryl Macri-Grim – cmacrigr@pasco.k12.fl.us has been an assistant principal for 15 years and has worked in various states including Massachusetts and South Carolina. She most recently worked as an AP as Cypress Creek Middle High School and Mitchell High School in Pasco County. She has a passion for education, and a love for learning that shines through her every day work.






Amy Mazurowski (“Ms. Maz”) – amazurow@pasco.k12.fl.us has been an employee with Pasco County Schools since 2005. She started her career at Quail Hollow Elementary as a self-contained teacher after she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in K-12 Exceptional Student Education, Varying Exceptionalities from the University of South Florida (USF). After serving three years at the elementary level, Ms. Maz continued her instructional career at the middle school level, where she eventually became an assistant principal, after earning her Master’s Degree, also from USF. In 2016, Ms. Maz was promoted to Senior Supervisor of Compliance, at the district level in the department of Student Support Programs and Services. Ms. Maz and her team directly worked with students with disabilities, student code of conduct, and high school graduation rates. Ms. Maz has been a prideful Gulf High School Buccaneer since Fall of 2019 and is a proud mother of a soon-to-be Class of 2027 graduate.


Hilda Martin- hmartin@pasco.k12.fl.us joined the Gulf High School Administrative team as an Assistant Principal in August 2018. She graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelors in Elementary Education and a Masters in Bilingual Education and Second Language Acquisition. She continued her education in Educational Leadership at the University of South Florida. Mrs. Martin has been a Pasco County School District Administrator and teacher for over 20 years. Her experiences include Principal of James M. Marlowe Elementary and Chasco Elementary, Asst. Principal at Deer Park Elementary and teacher at Seven Springs Middle and Elementary Schools. Hilda Martin is a proud graduate of Gulf High’s class of 1985. She is married and has 3 children who have all attended and grown in Pasco County Schools. She is eager to broaden her leadership experience by working in a secondary school and working side by side other inspiring leaders here at Gulf High School.


Mandy Knox – aknox@pasco.k12.fl.us has been in education since 2005. She worked as a substitute at Wesley Chapel High School. There, she quickly realized her passion for teaching and went on to start her career at Gulf Middle School as a self-contained teacher working primarily with middle school boys with Emotional and Behavioral needs. Ms. Knox also spent several years at Charles S. Rushe and Bayonet Point before moving to the world of charter schools. She went on to work for Pepin Academies in New Port Richey for over 9 years, as a classroom teacher, an ESE Specialist, and eventually an Assistant Principal. Ms. Knox prides herself on a career supporting the New Port Richey community that she grew up in. She has a Bachelors in English and a Masters degree in Special Education from the University of South Florida (USF) as well as a Masters degree in Educational Leadership from Grand Canyon University. Ms. Knox joined the Gulf High School family in 2023 as an Assistant Principal and is excited to be a Buccaneer.