Enroll now for career training at Meridian Technology Center; limited space for fall training

Guthrie student Ethan Frey works on a project in the Carpentry program at Meridian Technology Center. Students who are interested in pursuing career training as part of their educational path still have time to enroll before classes start on August 15.

Enroll now for career training at Meridian Technology Center; limited space for fall training

Students who are interested in pursuing career training as part of their educational path still have time to enroll before classes start on August 15, according to Jeanie Zagar, Executive Director of Career Planning/Career Development at Meridian.

John Vance Country Ford and GHS working together to raise funds for equipment, supplies

John Vance Country Ford and GHS working together to raise funds for equipment, supplies

John Vance Country Ford has agreed to sponsor Guthrie High School for a Ford Drive 4 UR School event. The event is being held during the August 11th “Meet the Bluejays” ceremony and cookout. The event could earn up to $8,000 to be split between the football boosters and the Guthrie Education Foundation for teachers’ […]

Logan County Health Department: Now is the time to vaccinate for school and day care

Logan County Health Department: Now is the time to vaccinate for school and day care

Getting all of the recommended vaccines is one of the most important things a parent can do to protect their child’s health, especially when they are in school or a day care center where disease outbreaks can occur. Whether it’s a baby starting at a new day care facility, a toddler heading to preschool, a […]

Baylor Bukofzer places high at SkillsUSA National contest

Students in the Digital Media program won top awards at the recent SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Contest in Louisville, Kentucky. From left to right are students Kaleb Stephenson, Baylor Bukofzer and Joseph Popplewell.

Baylor Bukofzer places high at SkillsUSA National contest

STILLWATER, Oklahoma – Meridian students won top awards at the recent SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Contest in Louisville, Kentucky.

Guthrie student named BPA President; MTC recognized for excellence

Meridian’s BPA chapter won second place for raising just over $830 to support the Special Olympics through the organization’s Chain of Love fundraising efforts. BPA members are shown creating links to represent money raised. From left to right are Rebekah Peek, Stillwater; Kaytra Booher, Guthrie; Kaden Baumgarner and Hope Purdy, Perkins; and Austin Carver, Perry.

Guthrie student named BPA President; MTC recognized for excellence

Three of the CareerTech Student Organizations (CTSO) at Meridian Technology Center have been recognized for their chapter achievements during the 2017- 2018 school year.