Four of the six schools in the Guthrie school system will have a new principal come next school year.
Meals are being provided to all Guthrie children aged 18 and younger, without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service.
Guthrie High School principal Chad Wilson has accepted a new role and will be moving inside the administration building.
The Special Jays were sent off in fine fashion at Guthrie High School Wednesday morning as they prepare for the 2012 games in Stillwater. The Jays were later escorted out-of-town with a police escort. Photo Gallery
Cotteral Elementary will be holding their annual kindergarten graduation on Friday, May 11.
Elementary Transition Nights are a time for students and their parents to tour our facilities and gain information about the upcoming 2012-2013 school year. Information will also be provided concerning summer reading and math activities.
The Guthrie High School drama students attended the OSSAA Regional Speech and Drama tournament at Rose State University last Friday and Saturday.
Guthrie High School students can now begin to pick up applications for Summer Driver Education classes.
By Tori Jones Guthrie News Page Cotteral Elementary School had a few special guests and a tree planting on Friday morning to celebrate Arbor Day.
Dr. Mike Simpson was formally introduced as Guthrie’s new Superintendent of Guthrie Public Schools on Thursday afternoon.
The Guthrie Board of Education introduced Dr. Mike Simpson as their next Superintendent of Guthrie Public Schools in a special meeting held Thursday afternoon.
Mike Simpson is currently serving as Assistant Superintendent of Ponca City Public Schools. He came to Ponca City in August of 2008 after working as an administrator in the Stillwater Public Schools for eight years as Director of Athletics and Activities. Previously he has served as a teacher and Head Basketball and Golf Coach in […]
A Guthrie school bus driver was injured after the bus she was driving was rear-ended by a vehicle on the viaduct on the west side of town Tuesday afternoon.
After almost six months of searching, the Guthrie Board of Education has selected their new leader, who will lead Guthrie Public Schools into the future as the new superintendent of Guthrie Public Schools.
The Guthrie Board of Education approved new band uniforms, honored the Guthrie Wrestling program, accepted the resignation of a principal and approved district policies.
For the fifth straight year, the Guthrie Educational Foundation increased their amount of grants given. Last week, a group of educators received some of those benefits.
The Guthrie Public Schools Board of Education voted 6-1 to add a policy that requires a superintendent to reside within the boundaries of the district. However, the policy could lead to future litigation.
After 35 years in the Guthrie Public School system, a Guthrie principal will be retiring at the end of the school year.
Guthrie Junior High teacher Bryan Dearing was selected to spend seven weeks in Brazil working along side teachers and other industry leaders.
The winter season has not shown its full power of cold temperatures, snow or ice, but then again have you jumped in a lake with a wind chill of 3 degrees? That is exactly what some Special Olympics athletes and volunteers did in The Polar Plunge.