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

 **If you need to pick your child up for early release due to a doctor appointment, family emergency, etc., this MUST be done prior to 3:30 p.m. due to traffic in the parent pick-up line**

 

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District News

Breakfast and Lunch Served at No Cost to Students
Breakfast and Lunch Served at No Cost to Students
07/17/2024
Every student in the District’s 82 traditional schools and four special centers will be served breakfast and lunch at no charge.
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First-in-Florida LPN-RN Pathway
First-in-Florida LPN-RN Pathway
07/16/2024
Fort Myers Technical College introduced a hybrid program that allows Licensed Practical Nurses to become Registered Nurses in less time and for a fraction of the cost!
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District Wins - July 12, 2024
District Wins - July 12, 2024
07/12/2024
Congratulations to Lehigh Senior High School Alum Jeremiah Davis, who has now qualified for the upcoming Olympic Games in Paris.
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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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