October is Bully Prevention Month nationwide and Mack’s 512 Academy along with Youth Empowerment Strategies, Inc. (YES!) is joined the campaign by sponsoring a poster contest as well as a special showing of an anti-bullying video, “Stand For The Silent” written and produced by the 512 Academy students.
Mrs. Shelley Berryman’s Performance Drama class at Guthrie High School recently competed in the OSSAA One Act competition in Shawnee. They performed the play Locked In and won third overall.
The anticipated release of the A-F grades were released to the state’s 1,700 plus schools from the Oklahoma State Education Department, including all six for Guthrie Public Schools.
Boy Scouts Troops in Logan County are hosting the 52nd Annual Jamboree-on-the-Air (JOTA) at Liberty Lake this Saturday.
Fires that occur in high-rise apartment buildings and condominiums are especially dangerous and cause more damage than all other structure fires, according to the National Fire Protection Association. The American Red Cross urges those living in these multi-unit buildings to think ahead and know the evacuation plans and fire safety features for their building.
Cooking is the leading cause of home fires and fire injuries in the United States, and the American Red Cross wants to remind families in the Central and Western Oklahoma Region to be careful in the kitchen and to keep the lid on cooking fires.
The American Red Cross is offering tips parents to reduce their risk of fires and talk with their children about fire safety during Fire Prevention Week.
The Guthrie Public Schools Board of Education unanimously approved a $20 million plus dollar budget for the 2012-13 school year.
Since my last article, I’ve seen the best and worst education has to offer. Let me start with the best, which is the Guthrie homecoming. Words can’t describe the loyalty exhibited at the Friday morning alumni assembly. This is yet another item our community should find as a source of pride. Homecoming is much more […]
If you woke up to a fire in your home, how much time do you think you would have to get to safety? According to the nonprofit National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), one-third of Americans households who made and estimate they thought they would have at least 6 minutes before a fire in their home […]
The Guthrie Band program has begun their annual “nut sale”. It will run October 1st thru October 12th.
Intergenerational Pre-K teacher Rhonda Gillett has started a book drive for “Book Buddy” time between her students and the grandmas and grandpas at Willow Creek.
The Guthrie Board of Education has called for a special meeting for Friday, September 28 in Stillwater.
On the day a 13-year-0ld Stillwater eighth-grader took his own life at his junior high school, many are now taking a much closer look at educational curriculums and training programs for students, educators/youth workers and parents.
Ever been interested in Japanese? Now is your chance to learn. Japanese Language classes are coming to the Guthrie Public Library.
Two former Oklahoma Sooner football players joined up with Fuel Up To Play, along with Logan County officials, and spoke to elementary students Tuesday morning about eating healthy and being active.
Last month I pledged to you to identify in this column what I’ve found to be items valued by our community. With that in mind, I should mention that I am a strong proponent of extra-curricular activities as they extend the school experience past the last bell and often into the evening. This extension of […]
After a successful trip a year ago, the Oklahoma City Thunder’s Rolling Bus made a return stop at Mack’s 512 Academy delivering out books like a Kevin Durant game winning shot.
The Guthrie Public Library is proud to present Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma!
Guthrie Public Schools started the new school year Friday morning as kids of all ages made the trip back to the classroom.