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  • GBMS Symphonic Band compose “Respect The Phin” with professional songwriters
  • Duke TIP
  • GBMS bursts with talent!
  • 8th grade wraps up middle school with awards day
  • Peace Between the Koreas
  • Tropicana Speech Contest
  • Designing their way to a parking lot
  • GBMS Symphonic Band compose “Respect The Phin” with professional songwriters
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    GBMS Symphonic Band compose “Respect The Phin” with professional songwriters

    Jenna Moore, staff writer

    What if creativity and music could be combined to create one breathtaking event? On October 5, Symphonic Band was given the opportunity of a lifetime. They worked together with Country Music Hall of Fame artists to compose an original song titled, “Respect the Phin.” Throughout the song the band ex...

  • Duke TIP

    Duke TIP

    Molly Clark, staff writer

    On Thursday, May 17, eight GBMS students were recognized at the Santa Rosa County School Board meeting for their performance in the Duke TIP 7th grade talent search. Students receive recognition from the Duke TIP program by taking either the ACT or the SAT during their 7th grade year. Honored GBMS...

  • GBMS bursts with talent!

    GBMS bursts with talent!

    Coral Coad and McKell Spring

    On Friday, May 18, GBMS had the annual talent show, where students from all grades performed their skills for the school. 16 students performed and they all did great. These acts included singing, dancing, guitar, flute, and ukulele. All the acts were loved by the teachers, students, and parents and...

    The Dolphin Ensemble performs “The Cup Song” to close the show.

  • 8th grade wraps up middle school with awards day

    8th grade wraps up middle school with awards day

    Mrs. Lisa Player, adviser

    The annual GBMS 8th grade awards day was held on Friday, May 25, 2018, in the school cafeteria. Parents, grandparents, teachers, and community leaders came out to honor outstanding members of the 8th grade class. Mr. Michael Brandon, GBMS principal, began the event with words about respect and pride,...

    Many of the 8th grade award winners gathered for a group picture after the ceremony.

  • Peace Between the Koreas

    Peace Between the Koreas

    Ethan Matthews, staff writer

    In late April, an unbelievable thing happened in the Korean peninsula. North and South Korea made steps toward a permanent peace. This may not seem like a big deal for some people, but the two countries have been separated for nearly 60 years with little sign of ever uniting again. The closest thing...

  • Tropicana Speech Contest

    Tropicana Speech Contest

    Molly Clark, staff writer

    Every year, the 4-H/Tropicana Public Speech Contest provides public speaking experience to thousands of students in grades 4-6. Tropicana has been sponsoring this contest since 1969. The organization provides supplies for teachers, certificates of participation, medals for the school winners, trophies...

  • Designing their way to a parking lot

    Designing their way to a parking lot

    Brady Goodman, staff writer

    On Thursday, April 12, students at Gulf Breeze Middle School and other local schools participated in an event to design a parking lot for the Ascend Performance Materials Center. The event took place at the Ascend Performance Materials Center in Cantonment, Florida. At the end of the competition, GBMS’...

    Ms. Tracy, Allie McLaughlin, Whitney Bouk, Lauren McLaughlin, and Journey Davis celebrate their parking lot design win at Ascend.

Hurricane Season 2018–Are you ready?
Navarre Beach Marine Science Center Field Trip is great fun!
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What’s it like to play travel soccer?
GBMS Annual Kickball Tournament
  • Max Schneidt, Outstanding Athlete May 23, 2018
  • NBA playoffs 2018 May 21, 2018
  • Sports Ability Games a huge success May 17, 2018
  • The Wild Warheads kickball team! May 7, 2018
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Stephen Hawking: World’s Greatest Theoretical Physicist
The Think Tank

The Think Tank

March 1, 2018

Butterfly garden blooms at GBMS

Butterfly garden blooms at GBMS

February 21, 2018

STEAMy Stuff

STEAMy Stuff

December 20, 2017

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GBMS Symphonic Band compose “Respect The Phin” with professional songwriters
Band’s Spring Concert a joy for all
Breaking In Movie Review
Solo and Ensemble

Solo and Ensemble

May 22, 2018

Realistic Fake Food

Realistic Fake Food

May 22, 2018

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Variant book review

Molly Clark, staff writer | May 24, 2018

Variant follows the character Benson Fisher, a seventeen-year-old foster child who hasn't stayed with a family for any longer than four and a half months. Benson has always been known as the “new kid” because he is always switching schools.  Benson is offered a scholarship to attend Maxfield Academy as an opportunity to escape his dead-end life. As soon as Benson gets to this new school,...

Turn Left at the Cow book review

Meghan Thacker, staff writer | May 24, 2018

Turn Left at the Cow is a previous Sunshine State Young Readers Award book by Lisa Billard who has written many children’s books. This book is about a boy named Travis (or Trav) whose mother recently remarried and ever since has been acting differently. Travis decides to travel from California to Minnesota to his grandma’s, without his mom knowing, hoping he will find out more...

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