Santa Claus, crafts, games, goodies and a science lady set the tone for Guthrie Upper Elementary School’s Winter Family Fun Night.
Two school board positions at Guthrie Public Schools as well as other schools in Logan County are up for election this February. With the filing period now over, only one position will be contested in the county.
When you are used to something (good or bad), you can take it for granted and expect it to happen. Because of this, I want to begin with congratulations to our Bluejay football team. They are an outstanding group of people led by a dedicated coaching staff. With the success achieved in the recent past, […]
The Fogarty Elementary Honor Choir will be caroling December 1st in downtown Edmond for The Downtown Edmond Association’s Annual Dickens’ Weekend. The students will be dressed in period costumes while singing Christmas Carols for the merchants in Edmond from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
In connection with God’s Food Bank and the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma several students in the Guthrie Public Schools system will go home with food in their backpack.
On Tuesday, November 20th Fogarty Elementary School will celebrate the upcoming Thanksgiving Holidays during two assemblies at the school.
The Guthrie Board of Education met Monday evening for their regular scheduled monthly meeting and discussed the A-F Grade system that was given to their six school buildings.
Guthrie High School counselor Kristi Blakemore took a group of freshmen to the University of Central Oklahoma Leadership Academy with two students earning scholarship money.
Fogarty Elementary music director Chris DiGiovanni has announced her students will be honoring Veterans’ Day this Friday with two assemblies.
The Oklahoma Department of Education did not do the Guthrie school district and other similar school districts any justice when they released their controversial A-F grades last week.
The recent and well-documented statewide A-F school report card issue has made me think back to my days as a classroom teacher. When I had my first parent-teacher conferences, I remember a particular parent that questioned how I arrived at their child’s grade.
The anticipated release of the A-F grades were released to the state’s 1,700 plus schools from the Oklahoma State Education Department, including all six for Guthrie Public Schools.
The Guthrie Public Schools Board of Education unanimously approved a $20 million plus dollar budget for the 2012-13 school year.
Since my last article, I’ve seen the best and worst education has to offer. Let me start with the best, which is the Guthrie homecoming. Words can’t describe the loyalty exhibited at the Friday morning alumni assembly. This is yet another item our community should find as a source of pride. Homecoming is much more […]
Nearly 300 Guthrie students participated in the Walk to School Day in the USA Wednesday morning as part as a one-day event aimed at building awareness for the need for walkable communities.
The Guthrie Band program has begun their annual “nut sale”. It will run October 1st thru October 12th.
Intergenerational Pre-K teacher Rhonda Gillett has started a book drive for “Book Buddy” time between her students and the grandmas and grandpas at Willow Creek.
The Guthrie Board of Education has called for a special meeting for Friday, September 28 in Stillwater.
Homecoming 2012: Can’t Escape the Rock
Two former Oklahoma Sooner football players joined up with Fuel Up To Play, along with Logan County officials, and spoke to elementary students Tuesday morning about eating healthy and being active.