The September 2018 Guthrie Public Schools Support and Certified Employee of the Month (EOM) were presented a plaque Wednesday morning at their site.
On Tuesday, October 16, Guthrie FFA Opening Ceremony teams competed in the Kingfisher Regional Opening Ceremony contest. The chapter entered two teams consisting of eighth and ninth grade FFA members.
This year’s version of Walk to School Day was met with cooler temperatures on Wednesday morning, but it did not stop several elementary students from making the trip.
The annual Guthrie FFA/4-H Booster Club Pork Chop Dinner and Gator Raffle will be held October 19 at Guthrie High School. Dinner is scheduled to start at 5 p.m. with a live auction and drawing for the John Deere Gator to follow.
If you’re on social media there’s a good chance you have come across Heather Land, or the lady know for saying “I Ain’t Doin’ it.” Her tour is making a stop in Guthrie to help benefit Guthrie Public Schools.
Guthrie Public Schools will dismiss at 1:10 p.m. on Friday, September 28th due to homecoming. The school district says buses will run their normal routes at that time and students who are car riders should be picked up at this time as well. Schedule: Guthrie Fall Homecoming 2018
Guthrie chapter members accepted an FFA Technology and Innovation Grant from Devon Energy at the 2018 Northwest Area COLT Conference.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Devon Energy selected Guthrie’s FFA chapter to receive a $1,000 grant for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education.
Pictured right to left is Lions Club President David Ball, Blakeley Huskey, Parker Raney and Guthrie High School counselor Annie Chadd.
The Guthrie Lions Club recognized Blakeley Huskey and Parker Raney as their September Students of the Month. Huskey, daughter of Ben and Jessica Huskey, participates in student council, choir, Link Crew, Rainbows, National Honor Society and Victorian Singers. She currently serves as the student body president, plays the lead in fall musical, a State Officer […]
In a 61 minute special session on Tuesday evening, the Guthrie Board of Education accepted the resignation of Terry Pennington who represented ward number two for approximately the past five years. Pennington announced his intent to resign at a board meeting in August and delivered the resignation to the board clerk on September 10.
The votes are in and Charter Oak Elementary School is the winner of a $25,000 grant from State Farm. The funds will go toward the school’s playground equipment.
Homecoming is September 28, where the Guthrie Bluejays will be playing the Guymon Tigers at Jelsma Stadium with a kickoff set for 7 p.m. The annual coronation and crowning of the queen will take place during halftime of the football game.
After a lengthy discussion on Monday evening, the Guthrie Board of Education voted down the installation of a cornerstone and time capsule by the Grand Lodge for the newly built Charter Oak Elementary school.
While Charter Oak Elementary will not be a completed project when students arrive on Tuesday, the school grounds have taken shape in the past few days.
Guthrie Public Schools received a tremendous donation Wednesday morning at the weekly Chamber Coffee with the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce. And, there’s more coming.
Guthrie Public Schools held their convocation at the Guthrie Junior High on Tuesday morning as they prepare for the upcoming school year.
Elementary students Emma Privette and Ethan Cotton sweep sand off the pavement at Central Elementary.
Parents, grandparents, teachers and students spent their Tuesday evening at the Central Elementary playground cleaning up the area for the start of school.
The City of Guthrie and Department of Transportation were seen out Monday morning painting streets with school signs and a turn lane on Noble Ave.
Parents and school officials of Central Elementary will be sprucing up the playground and the school’s property as they prepare to host Meet The Teacher and the first day of school.
The Guthrie YMCA is enrolling for their Before and After School and Kids in Action programs with locations at Cotteral Elementary, Fogarty Elementary and Charter Oak Elementary.
Guthrie Public Schools announced on Monday morning, the meet the teacher for students and parents at Charter Oak Elementary School will be moving locations.