Cotteral Elementary will be hosting Pre-K and Kindergarten pre-enrollment in March.
Guthrie Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Mike Simpson sits down with Guthrie High School Principal Chris LeGrande for this month’s edition of Chalk Talk.
Sixth grade students in Cheryl Pratt’s classroom displayed their inventions inside the Guthrie Upper Elementary School on Tuesday afternoon.
Students in Patricia Johnson’s senior English classes delivered their presentations in the Guthrie High School cafeteria on Tuesday.
Guthrie student Michael Bartels touches up mortar that he used to repair a stone pillar at Meridian Technology Center.
Masonry students at Meridian Technology Center have been putting their skills to work repairing a damaged stone pillar on the school’s campus. Students in the Masonry program learn the basics of masonry while working on residential and commercial construction projects in addition to landscape and outdoor living spaces. From left to right are Noah Hinkle, […]
Pictured (L-R) is Jeff Ball, Susan Davidson, Kary Jarred and Chris LeGrande.
Guthrie Public Schools honored three recipients with their employees of the month. Each winner was awarded with a plaque and $25 Sonic gift card from the Lions Club.
Manager Brian Billings and his Sonic franchise, located at I-35 and Highway 33, gave their most recent generous donation to Guthrie Public Schools. This year benefitting from the gift is Guthrie Junior High.
On Monday night’s Guthrie’s Board of Education meeting, Kiwanis Club member Jerry Gammill presented Emily Cordell as the Walter Hurst Sophomore of the Year. She was awarded with a $250 check. Walter Hurst was a long time member of the Texas-Oklahoma Foundation Board and financial supporter of the Texas-Oklahoma Foundation. He proposed and lobbied the Texas-Oklahoma Board […]
The Guthrie Special Olympics Spring Fling is drawing closer. The popular fundraising event is set for March 25 and limited tickets are available.
OKLAHOMA CITY (March 2, 2017) – Oklahoma’s high school graduation rate remained steady at 83 percent at the end of the 2014-2015 school year, keeping pace with national graduation rates of 82 percent in 2014 and 83 percent in 2015.
Photo courtesy of Guthrie Public Schools
Phase one of the successful Guthrie Public Schools bond issue is drawing close to completion.
In October, I wrote about the challenges we face as a state to recruit and retain the best possible teachers for the classroom.
Donations are being sought for the 6th annual Guthrie High School Prom Dress Giveaway, April 6 – 7. New or gently worn dresses in the current fashion, as well as monetary donations are being accepted, according to Dana Curtin, one of the organizers of the event.
Pictured below (L-R) is ESGR Liaison Terry Moore, GHS History Teacher Dusten Metz, GHS Assistant Principal Dusty Throckmorton and GPS Superintendent Dr. Mike Simpson.
Monday morning before a session on professional development began at Guthrie High School, Terry Moore, on behalf of the organization, Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, presented Guthrie Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Mike Simpson and GHS Assistant Principal Dusty Throckmorton with the Patriotic Employer Award.
Guthrie Lions Club President Steve Gentling (L) and featured speaker, Ron McCord (R), honor Students of the Month in Hanna Dean and Josh Redus at a recent Guthrie Noon Lions Club meeting.
The Guthrie Noon Lions Club has recently honored Guthrie High School students Hanna Dean and Josh Redus as their Students of the Month.
It was a well-below voter turnout on Tuesday for the Guthrie school board and city council elections. Less than five percent of eligible voters decided the election for the school board seat.
The second and last built-in snow day for Guthrie Public Schools will be utilized, according to Superintendent Dr. Mike Simpson. The announcement came Monday night at the Board of Education meeting.
Inside a packed board room inside the Administration Building for Guthrie Public Schools, the district announced their elementary, secondary and district teachers of the year.
Front (L-R) Justin Rose, Levin Johnson, Jesse Scherffius, Mandi Matheson. Back (L-R) Kristen Fuller, Sarah Lilley, Matthew Henry, Alexis McKernan, Corbin Hembree, Mekelti Gilliam.
The Guthrie High School drama team took home the third place trophy at the OSSAA Deer Creek Speech and Drama Tournament this past weekend. Jesse Scherffius won a second place medal for monologue. Levin Johnson and Scherffius took second in humorous duet. The boys also qualified for regionals in March. Pictured above on the front row (L-R) Justin […]
All registered voters within the Guthrie Public School district will cast their vote for the next Board of Education member, while voters in the City of Guthrie (Ward 1) will vote to see who lands in the general election come April.