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Our Vision:

Gulf Middle School envisions every student reaching their highest potential by encouraging the value in life-long learning and an appreciation for what success looks like in an ever-changing global economy.

Our Mission:

Gulf Middle School will provide a world-class education; defined by high-expectations and real-world experiences by way of a safe and nurturing environment that fosters well-informed and educated contributing members of society.

 

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COVID Vaccination Flyer

Parent/Student Information
Important Information for Parents/Students
08/21/2020
Click Read More below to find Yearbook and Picture Day as well as Virtual Open House and other IMPORTANT INFORMATION for the '20-'21 school year.
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Supply List for '20-'21 - UPDATED
08/03/2020
UPDATED -Supply List for '20-'21 School Year
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District News

FSBA/FADSS Annual Summer Conference
FSBA/FADSS Annual Summer Conference
06/18/2021
Lee County School Board members Debbie Jordan (Chair), Betsy Vaughn (Vice-Chair), Melisa Giovannelli, Chris Patricca and Cathleen Morgan joined approximately 350 school board members, district superintendents, and other education leaders in Tampa June 9-11, 2021, to participate in the FSBA/FADSS Annual Summer Conference.
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District Wins - June 18, 2021
District Wins - June 18, 2021
06/18/2021
A group of graduating seniors in the East Lee County High School Fire Academy are about to begin their career as a firefighter. Check out this incredible accomplishment and other special moments we're celebrating in a brand new edition of District Wins!
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Summer BreakSpot
Summer BreakSpot to Provide Free Breakfast and Lunch While School is Out
06/17/2021
We are partnering with the Florida’s Summer BreakSpot program to keep children healthy and well nourished while school is out. The Summer BreakSpot Program allows the District to provide free meals to children who are 18 years and younger while school is out during the summer.
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District Wins - June 11, 2021
District Wins - June 11, 2021
06/14/2021
Emma Holmes is an eighth grader at Mariner Middle School and recently saved the life of a fellow student! Meet this heroic young lady and how she was honored in a brand new edition of District Wins.
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South Fort Myers High School “Wolf Den” to air June 20th
South Fort Myers High School “Wolf Den” to air June 20th
06/09/2021
Six South Fort Myers High School students will enter the “Wolf Den” on June 20th trying to convince a group of local business owners their product or company is worth investing in.
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Suncoast Paraprofessional to Teacher Scholarship Winners
Suncoast Paraprofessional to Teacher Scholarship Winners
06/07/2021
The Scholarships are for current paraprofessionals, interested in pursuing teaching, who have an associate degree and plan to attend Florida Gulf Coast University or Florida SouthWestern State College.
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Lee County Schools Designated as Heart-Safe by Golisano Children’s Hospital
Lee County Schools Designated as Heart-Safe by Golisano Children’s Hospital
06/04/2021
All high schools in Lee County have had AEDs in place since 2012. To provide the remaining middle and elementary schools with AEDs and specialized training, Golisano Children’s Hospital has partnered with Project ADAM.
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Mental Health and Wellness

What are school-based mental health services?

School-based mental health services include a broad spectrum of assessment, prevention, intervention, postvention, counseling, consultation, and referral activities and services. These services are essential to a school’s ability to ensure a safe and healthy learning environment for all students, address classroom behavior and discipline, promote students’ academic success, prevent and respond to crisis, support students’ social-emotional needs, identify and respond to a serious mental health problem, and support and partner with at-risk families. Ideally, school-based services dovetail with community-based services so that children and youth receive the support they need in a seamless, coordinated, and comprehensive system of care.

Need to speak to one of our counselors?
Amy Hartmann-Scott
Kathleen Scibetta

For more information, you can visit the District Mental Health and Wellness site

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