The Dolphin Echo

  • There are only a few yearbooks left! Come see Mrs. Player this week with $65 if you want one.

  • Tropicana Speech Contest
  • Designing their way to a parking lot
  • Celebrating the 68th annual Armed Forces Day
  • News Flash! Relay For Life Cancelled!
  • Month of The Military Child Lunch Event
  • NJHS Applications
  • GBMS journalists write their way to Universal!
  • 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.

  • Celebrating the 68th annual Armed Forces Day

    Celebrating the 68th annual Armed Forces Day

    Ava Kesler, copy editor

    On the third Saturday of May, Armed Forces Day is nationally held. This year, it will be on May 19. In downtown Pensacola, people can enjoy the large pelicans that are painted to represent the branches of the military because Pensacola has a rich military history. Just northeast of Pensacola, a car...

    Honoring Armed Forces Day.

  • News Flash! Relay For Life Cancelled!

    News Flash! Relay For Life Cancelled!

    Kate Turk, staff writer

    Relay For Life Cancelled!  Relay For Life is an annual fundraiser that takes place all over the world. Its purpose is to raise money and awareness for cancer victims. The annual Gulf Breeze fundraiser was going to take place on May 4. Unfortunately, plans fell through and the Gulf Breez...

  • Month of The Military Child Lunch Event

    Month of The Military Child Lunch Event

    Neil Hanson, staff writer

    Friday April 13, 2018, was the annual Month of the Military Child lunch event at GBMS with a special guest. Fat Albert C-130 pilot Major Mark Montgomery came to visit Gulf Breeze Middle School as the special guest. The event was hosted in the library and took place during each grade’s lunch period. ...

    MG. Mark Montgomery

  • NJHS Applications

    NJHS Applications

    Erin Mayhew, Managing Editor

    It’s that time again for the legendary NJHS applications and inductions! NJHS (National Junior Honor Society) is GBMS’ premiere honor society and also functions as a student government body. Students in NJHS set an example for their peers by not only being academically strong, but also focused on...

    The NJHS class of 2017-2018 set the example for their peers.

  • GBMS journalists write their way to Universal!

    GBMS journalists write their way to Universal!

    Coral Coad, staff writer

    On April 11, some of the newspaper and yearbook students went to Orlando, Florida, for the yearly FSPA trip. FSPA stands for the Florida Scholastic Press Association. The students went to Universal Studios after the eight-hour bus ride to run off some energy. They then went back to the hotel for the...

    GBMS yearbook and newspaper students, along with Mrs. Player and Mrs. Cobb, celebrated a year of hard work with a trip to Universal and the FSPA conference.

Memorial Day Celebrations
The life of a GBMS cafeteria worker
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Sports Ability Games a huge success
The Wild Warheads kickball team!
  • March Madness April 18, 2018
  • Zach Giovanini runs to the finish line April 10, 2018
  • Florida Winter Olympics? March 25, 2018
  • ESE Students Take the Lead in Basketball March 25, 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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An inside look: Ballet Pensacola’s The Next Generation
The Miracle Season Movie Review
Ready Player One keeps you on the edge of your seat
GBMS students performing in Aladdin

GBMS students performing in Aladdin

April 18, 2018

Fortnite: Battle Royale goes mobile

Fortnite: Battle Royale goes mobile

April 18, 2018

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The Magic

Valeria Hanson, staff writer | April 5, 2018

Remember, remember,  the time when the earth was plain,  remember, remember,  the magic, the light, and the dark,  remember, remember,  the night made the tide,  and the tide made the shore,   the shore made the land,   the land made the trees and the bees,   then from bees to bugs,   to creatures of beauty,   remember, remember,   ...

The Mark of the Dragonfly book review

Ava Kesler, copy editor | March 25, 2018

The 2017-2018 SSYRA (Sunshine State Young Readers Award) winning book, The Mark of the Dragonfly, written by Jaleigh Johnson, is an intriguing book that leaves the reader asking, “Why?” and, “How?” at every turn of the page. It explores the world of Piper, a talented 13-year-old mechanic, and her journey of finding where she belongs. The setting is relatively similar to that of Earth, but othe...

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