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* 6th-Grade Counselor:

Mr. Eusebio Munoz


* Mrs. Edge will be our 6th-Grade Counselor next year (2020-2021). View information for incoming 6th-graders (and parents) here.

7th-Grade Counselor:

Mrs. Leslie Garcia


8th-Grade Counselor:

Mrs. Debbie Edge


Dear Parents/Guardians of GP Middle School Students:

We are thinking of everyone and hoping you all are staying safe and healthy. We just wanted you to know that we are ready to help in any way we can. Please feel free to email or have your child email his/her counselor if there are any concerns we can help with during this time:

6th grade: Eusebio Munoz

7th grade: Leslie Garcia

8th grade: Debbie Edge

If in need of a list of supportive services, click the attached link:

Our “office hours” each day are from 8:00am-3:00pm. If you email us after 3:00, we may not be able to respond until the next day. If your child needs to set up an appointment, please send an email and we can set up a time to meet virtually or by phone.
Again, we know these are challenging and stressful times for everyone. Please don't hesitate to reach out if we can help with anything. Right now, email is the best way to reach us.

Your Middle School Counselors

Chalk the Walk! (Please click for details)


Project Wisdom

Words of Wisdom for week of April 20, 2020

Hello Gregory-Portland Middle School. This is Mr. Munoz with a few Words of Wisdom.

To be truly a successful person in life, one has to ask a very important

question: What are my core values? In other words, what are my beliefs

and ideas about what's really important in life? Many core values are widely

shared by most human beings, such as respect for oneself and others,

compassion, honesty, fairness, and responsibility. Deciding which values

are most important to you will determine the choices you make, and the

choices you make will greatly determine the outcome of your life, both your

successes any your failures.

Now listen to these words from a nephew of Walt Disney:

It's not hard to make decisions when you know what

your values are.*

Today, stop and make a list of values you think are most important and

then make the decision to live your life based on those values.

If you think of anything, feel free to email me at I would like to read what you have to say.

With something to think about, this is Mr. Munoz. Make it a great day…or not. The choice is yours.

Meeting With Counselors

Students who wish to see their counselor may sign up in the counselor waiting room. Students may come by to sign up in the morning, between classes, during lunch or after school. Students may also email the counselor for their grade, or ask a teacher to contact us for them.

If there is an emergency, please have your teacher send you down immediately with a hall pass.

Parents wishing to come in and speak with their child's counselor should make an appointment to avoid delays.

Please call 777-4042 or email the counselor for your grade level.

Registration Information

When registering a new student, a current, original proof of residence is required to begin the enrollment process. Acceptable documentation would be a utility, gas or water bill etc. Physical Address and name of parent/guardian must be present on the document. Address can not be a P.O. box address.

Also, please bring the following:

    • birth certificate
    • social security card
    • parent/guardian picture I.D.
    • immunization record
    • withdrawl sheet from previous school
    • last report card
    • STAAR test results


G-PMS Course Description Guides

Report Bullying!

Students should ask to speak to a principal or visit their counselor when they experience bullying by another student.

School Supplies

Parents/guardians and students in need of "SOS" supplies should contact the student's counselor.

"Super friendly and welcoming environment!"

Victoria Smith, GP Class of 2023