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PHS Drumline

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Solar Eclipse 2017

The Pascagoula-Gautier  School District is educating tomorrow's college and career-ready students in our inclusive innovation nation.

PGSD Mission Statement

PHS students attend senior breakfast

PHS Students Attend Senior Breakfast

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PHS Cheerleaders
GHS Football Team
MBES August Students of the Month

MBES August Students of the Month

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PGSD Safe Schools

​The Pascagoula-Gautier School District is committed to promoting and fostering a safe environment in and around all of our schools. If you have information concerning the safety of our students and schools, you can report anonymously to https://tinyurl.com/pgsdsafe
Speak Up 2017 Research Project for Digital Learning

Speak Up 2017 Research Project for Digital Learning

Parents, we would love for you to help us with the Speak Up 2017 Research Project for Digital Learning. The Pascagoula-Gautier School District is taking part in the Speak Up Research Project for Digital Learning. The Speak Up Research Project is an annual, national research project about the use of technology in schools. K-12 students, educators and parents complete a short online survey to share how they are using technology for learning and their aspirations for more effective usage. The survey data results provides insight on how technology is being used to support learning and will provide the district with local and national data that we can use to guide future instructional technology initiatives. The survey takes 15-20 minutes to complete and is anonymous. You are not required to complete this survey, but we would appreciate your honest feedback. Please click the blue link above to start the parent survey!
Wayne Roldofich

Superintendent's Message

The Pascagoula-Gautier District (PGSD), located in the southeast corner of Mississippi and between the cities of Gulfport / Biloxi, MS and Mobile, AL, is a public school district that houses approximately 7,000 students in 19 elementary (K-4), academy (5-6), middle school (7-8), high school (9 - 12), and specialty school campuses that serve the cities of Gautier and Pascagoula, MS.
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Bobby Rumfelt and Angela Sievers

Spotlight Message

Congratulations to Robert Rumfelt, principal at Jackson County Exceptional School, who was named PGSD Administrator of the Year, and to Angela Sievers, a first grade teacher at Martin Bluff Elementary School, who was named PSGD Teacher of the Year 
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