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WELCOME TO GULF MIDDLE SCHOOL

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.

 

School News

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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

District Wins - January 22, 2021
District Wins - January 22, 2021
01/25/2021
The students at Heights Elementary School came up with an extraordinary way to celebrate the 80th day of school. See what they did and all of the other special moments we'd like to share in a brand new edition of District Wins!
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District Wins - January 15, 2021
District Wins - January 15, 2021
01/15/2021
Two Dunbar High School students have now captured the world's attention. Learn more about this incredible story and other moments we'd like to share in the very latest edition of District Wins!
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District Wins - January 8, 2021
District Wins - January 8, 2021
01/08/2021
It's a brand new year and a brand new edition of District Wins! Take a look at some of the special moments we'd like to share in The School District of Lee County.
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Graduation Rate Graphic
School District Sees Record Graduation Rate in 2020
01/07/2021
We are proud to announce that our high school students have set yet another record high. The Florida Department of Education just released the 2019-2020 graduation rates and Lee County’s graduation rate increased 4.8% over the year before to 88.5%.
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Alyssa Smith - Teacher of the Year
Alyssa Smith - Teacher of the Year
12/18/2020
Alyssa Smith knew she wanted to be a teacher when she was just five years old. Now, in her sixth year at Tortuga Preserve Elementary, she's been named the Lee County Teacher of the Year. Watch to see her tearful reaction to the news.
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Drone shot of James Stephens School
James Stephens Pre-K Center Set to Open in January
12/16/2020
The School District of Lee County is ready to open its first expanded Pre-K Center in January and applications are currently being accepted for students who wish to attend. More than 200 four-year old’s will be able to prepare for their K-12 education when the James Stephens Pre-K Center is fully operational.
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Tortuga Preserve Elementary Teacher Alyssa Smith Chosen as  Lee County Teacher of the Year
Tortuga Preserve Elementary Teacher Alyssa Smith Chosen as Lee County Teacher of the Year
12/15/2020
We are excited to announce that Tortuga Preserve Elementary ESE Teacher Alyssa Smith is the District’s Teacher of the Year. Smith will now be nominated for Florida Teacher of the Year.
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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
Ann Fresoli

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

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