Thursday Jun 13
District holds its own with FCAT scores
Gulf District Schools generally scored at or above state averages on this year's performance on the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test .
Thursday Jun 13
District layoffs less than feared
While cutting people and jobs was painful, Superintendent of Schools Jim Norton said Tuesday, he was proud of where staff had ended with the recent Reduction in Force.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Senior Citizens seeks food, craft, prize donations
Gulf County Senior Citizens, located at 120 Library Drive in Port St. Joe, is asking for donations of non-perishable foods for our low-income seniors such as juice, canned tuna & chicken, soup or vegetables.
Thu May 30, 2013
Details of Gulf County schools reduction in force to be finalized in June
After declaring a Reduction in Force at its last regular meeting, the Gulf County School Board stated that no layoffs would take place until the budget for 2013-14 school had been completed.
Sacred Heart to provide medical services in Wewa
As a result the Health Department announced last week that it would transition its primary care health services at its Wewahitchka facility to Sacred Heart Hospital on the Gulf.
Sacred Heart volunteers save hospital $700,000 in three years
In the three years since the opening of Sacred Heart Hospital on the Gulf, 124 volunteers have donated over 31,500 hours, equal to $697,479 in time value.
Wed May 22, 2013
Florida Baptist Witness
From Madagascar to Central Asia, Florida Baptist collegians serve globally
JACKSONVILLE - This summer 110 Florida Baptist college students will spend their vacations serving in ways to advance God's Kingdom when they travel to 17 countries and throughout the state of Florida as student summer missionaries.