The Boys’ Cross Country team extended their qualifying streak to five in a row this weekend and will be traveling to Tallahassee next Friday for the State Meet. They have qualified for the competition eight of the last nine years. The Gators place three in the top 12 spots and were lead by Jr. Travis […]
Our swim teams qualified to participate at the state meet this week. We are very proud of the student-athletes for representing the school and community so well. Quite a few teams only bring one swimmer/diver, we had 9! The top 8th places, get a medal, here are the results: Boys medley relay= 9th and broke […]
Congratulations to the Marching Gator Band and Mr. Bosma for earning a Superior Rating at the FBA Marching Music Performance Assessment. The band earned a Superior (highest rating possible) in all areas being assessed: Music, Marching, General Effect, Percussion, and Color Guard.
The 2012 Swamp Fest will be held on November 2nd, 3rd & 4th. At the Swamp Fest you and your family can enjoy rides, games, entertainment and vendor booths offering a variety of goods and services. $12 tickets are available for students at lunch.
District V Marching Band Competition What: Florida Bandmasters Association District V Marching Performance Assessment When: Saturday. Gator Band performance at 8PM. Where: River Ridge Middle High, 11646 Town Center Road, New Port Richey Tickets: General admission is $8 with program included; $6 for seniors; free for children under 5. (Proceeds benefit all schools) Parking: $4 (benefits the River Ridge […]
In an article published in the Tampa Tribune on Saturday, September 22 the newspaper discussed behavioral concerns that have percolated on several high school campuses this school year at sporting events. The Florida High School Athletic Association and the District School Board of Pasco County expects appropriate spectator behavior and sportsmanship during athletic contests that […]
Penny for Pasco is the one cent sales tax that the voters of Pasco approved in 2004, 45% of which goes directly to support the capital needs of our school system. The remaining portion is split between the county and local cities. The school system has received over $139 million in Penny for Pasco proceeds […]
Official word has been received that schools will reopen on Tuesday, August 28. Normal operations and extra-curricular activites will resume as scheduled. Although TS Isaac continues to pose a serious threat to portions of the northern Gulf Coast, we do not anticipate any serious issues in the Tampa Bay area. We appreciate you cooperation during the […]
Public schools in Pasco County will be closed Monday because of the threat of Tropical Storm Isaac. All activities are cancelled. We will communicate updates about school resuming through a School Connects telephone message, our website, and Twitter.