The Guthrie Board of Education learned last week that the construction of the new elementary school in southern Logan County is behind schedule. The timing now leaves questions if the building can be open in time for the start of the next school year.
Mother nature was not completely all-in for Walk to School Day with cooler temperatures, but it did not stop several elementary students from making the trip.
Majority of students throughout Oklahoma’s public schools are expected to see significantly lower proficiency rates when the school district receives their test scores later this year. Educators and school board members are letting parents know it’s not because of the student’s performance.
Pictured (L-R) is Stacey Johnston, Brenda Brandon, Anita Paul, Jean Watts, Clay Drake and Angie Simonton.
Three members of the Guthrie school district were recognized for their work in the district on Monday evening at the Board of Education meeting. Jean Watts, Clay Drake and Brenda Brandon were honored with Employees of the Month. For the month of September, Jean Watts, the district’s personnel clerk, was nominated and presented by Anita […]
Congratulations are in order for the Guthrie High School drama team for winning third at the OSSAA Regionals One Act contest last week.
The Guthrie High School Sports Hall of Fame inducted five athletes and one team during Friday’s homecoming celebration.
Officers of the Guthrie FFA chapter participated in the 2017 Oklahoma FFA Chapter Officer Leadership Training Conference Sept. 26 at the Enid Event Center in Enid.
St. Mary Catholic School and Guthrie Public Schools will join schools from around the world on Wednesday, Oct. 4 to celebrate International Walk to School Day.
I was reviewing some old documents when I ran across a column I wrote in the spring of my first year in Guthrie. I find it as relevant today as it was then. Because of the timely relevance, I’m choosing to re-print it with minimal editing.
Guthrie is well-known for its celebration of Homecoming activities each fall during the football season. The 2017 campaign looks to continue the tradition.
Despite Mother Nature playing a role in the construction of the new elementary school for Guthrie Public Schools, Charter Oak Elementary remains on schedule to open at the beginning of next year’s school year.
The Guthrie Board of Education (BOE) tabled a decision on a demographic study on Monday night that would help the school district to determine what elementary school a student would attend.
Oklahoma increased its ACT participation by 29 percent in one year – the largest gain of ACT-tested graduates in the country. Guthrie Public Schools (GPS) increased their participation by nearly 23 percent.
Dr. Mike Simpson shares his Superintendent’s Report with the Board of Education on Monday evening.
Guthrie Public Schools began another year of recognizing support and certified employees of the month with recognition at the Board of Education meeting on Monday evening.
Blake Wimsey with Foundation Insurance and Risk Management made a donation of $375 last week as part of a “Quotes for Classrooms” promotion.
Last week the Guthrie FFA chapter held its first meeting of the year. The theme for this meeting was around their annual Ice Cream Social.
Guthrie High School is collecting items to help benefit Houston and the surrounding areas that have been devastated recently by Hurricane Harvey. The school is asking for items only and will do so until Sept. 7. The items can be dropped off at the Guthrie Agriculture Education Building on the east side of the school. […]
The Boarding Game Lounge, Environmental Management Inc. and Guthrie Lodge 35 made a donation over $500 to Guthrie High School on Monday afternoon. Accepting on behalf of the school was Principal Chris LeGrande.