Pictured (L-R) is Blake Wimsey with Foundation Insurance, GHS senior Jesse Cepeda and Special Education teacher Kara Sawyer.
Senior Jesse Cepeda was named Guthrie Public School’s February Student of the Month. He was nominated by his teacher Kara Sawyer for the character trait of patience. “Jesse is a one of a kind student that many of us do not get the opportunity to meet in our our lifetime, let alone get to work […]
The Guthrie Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring two community forums relating to the upcoming Guthrie Public Schools bond election on April 2nd. The format will include remarks from members of the Board of Education, a presentation by Superintendent Dr. Mike Simpson on the improvements proposed and an opportunity to submit questions on index cards. The […]
Emily Cordell, a member of the Guthrie FFA chapter, is a candidate for state FFA office. Running for the office of state reporter, Cordell faces the opportunity of serving more than 27,000 Oklahoma FFA members. State FFA officers travel across the state and nation to provide leadership and personal development training for FFA members. They […]
The students and staff of Guthrie Junior High School will host the third annual Color Run in honor of Lexi Hastings. The run will be held on April 13 at 9 a.m. to raise money for their LEARN2LOVE initiative. Hastings passed away suddenly in 2017. The 19-year-old was a graduate from Guthrie High School and earned […]
Pictured (L-R) GHS student Easton Plagg, Guthrie Schools Superintendent Mike Simpson, GHS student Taylor Bolding and Lions Club President David Ball.
Guthrie High School students Taylor Bolding and Easton Plagg were selected and honored by the Guthrie Lions Club for students of the month for the month of February Taylor, the daughter of Trey and Gayle Bolding, stays active in many programs and clubs at GHS. She has been a member of the GHS softball team […]
The Oklahoma State Department of Education released a new school report card system on Thursday. Three Guthrie schools received an overall grade of a C. Overall, the state’s report card ranked Oklahoma schools as a C. “The new system incorporates significantly more contextual information than its predecessor,” said State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister. […]
Reserve Deputy Josh Alexander talks with Guthrie High School Principal Chris LeGrande on how to use a tourniquet in an emergency.
With classes out on Monday, teachers with Guthrie Public Schools took part in training classes with local law agencies. Heartland Medical Direction, along with the Guthrie Police Department, Guthrie Fire Department and the Logan County Sheriff’s Office, provided training to school employees. The training consisted of the civilian response to active shooter events, or CRASE, […]
Friday, March 8, is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the April 2 Board of Education General Election, Statutory Municipal General Election and Special School Election for Guthrie SD I-1, Cashion SD I-089, Luther SD I-3, the City of Guthrie, the City of Crescent and […]
With forecasts calling for ice and snow, Guthrie Public Schools has cancelled classes for Tuesday, Feb. 19. With the cancellation, Guthrie will have missed two days of instruction time due to weather cancellations.
Congrats are in order for Guthrie High School tennis coach Mary Hudson, who will be inducted into the Oklahoma Tennis Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Hudson is one of seven members this year to be inducted into the hall. Hudson earned the honor by making a contribution to high school tennis, community and the state […]
Superintendent Dr. Mike Simpson announced Jeff Jordan as the District Teacher of the Year.
Guthrie Public Schools honored all their site teachers of the year, announced the elementary and secondary teachers of the year and the district teacher of the year during Monday night’s Board of Education meeting. Guthrie High School English teacher Jeff Jordan was named the 2018-19 District Teacher of the Year. Jordan, who was also named […]
Sophomore Wesley Cook was named Guthrie Public School’s February Student of the Month. He was nominated by his teacher Kim Barrett for the character trait of witty. Wesley, who attends Faver Alternative School, is currently participating in cooking classes with the OSU Extension Office. He recently won a cookbook for his ability to identify 40 […]
Pictured (L-R) is Jana Wanzer, Sandra Savory, Michelle Chapple, Michele Hamby and Anita Paul.
Guthrie Public Schools recognized their January Support and Certified Employees of the Month. The Support Employee of the Month was the GPS Finance Department of Michele Hamby, Anita Paul, Jana Wanzer and Sandra Savory. All four were nominated by Michelle Chapple. The Certified Employee of the Month was Shana Fields and was nominated by Emily Carpenter. […]
Donations are being sought for the 8th annual Guthrie High School Prom Dress Giveaway, April 3-4. New or gently worn dresses in the current fashion, as well as monetary donations are being accepted, according to Amy Cornwell, one of the organizers of the event. The group also accepts donations of jewelry and gently worn shoes. Approximately […]
A total of 10 students from Guthrie High School attended and competed in the 2019 Oklahoma Thespian Festival at the Tulsa Community College over the weekend. The students competed in monologue and solo musicals. Zyair Hall won a $250 Thespian Scholarship while auditioning and competing at the festival. Dalynn Sumo and Izeck Escobar auditioned for […]
Guthrie High School student Izeck Escobar advanced to the State Poetry Out Loud Contest after winning his most recent contest. The state event will take place at the University of Central Oklahoma on March 7. Poetry Out Loud is a free poetry recitation contest for high-school students (grades 9-12) in both public and private schools. […]
Tamara Kuriger of Guthrie High School and Tonya Stansbury of Cotteral Elementary School have been nominated for the 2018-2019 national LifeChanger of the Year award. Kuriger, a special education teacher, was nominated by her colleague, Emily Savory. She was recognized as a LifeChanger in her community for making lessons interesting and relatable for her students. […]
You would be hard pressed to find a school district or community in Oklahoma that has had a tougher sixty days than Guthrie. We have endured the tragic death of four students as well as others that were taken far too soon. January 27th is always a difficult day for me as I lost friends […]
The Agricultural Education and Guthrie High School FFA program continued their traditional Blue Ribbon Classic Special Jays Show held inside the Logan County Fairgrounds over the weekend. “It was a fun night with our students from Guthrie Public Schools and many from our community,” a spokesperson said. This year’s celebrity judge was Criminal Appeals Judge […]
Pictured (R-L) is James Bennett, Luke Dale and Emily Cordell.
Guthrie High School students Emily Cordell and Luke Dale were selected and honored by the Guthrie Lions Club for students of the month for the month of January. Emily, the daughter of Scott and Becky Cordell, stays active in many programs and clubs at GHS. She’s a member of FFA, National Honor Society and Mu […]