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.
Three of the CareerTech Student Organizations (CTSO) at Meridian Technology Center have been recognized for their chapter achievements during the 2017- 2018 school year.
Updated on June 2, 2018 — https://guthrienewspage.com/2018/06/video-guthrie-school-teachers-honored-with-highway-dedication/ A highway dedication to honor Jennifer Lea Briggs and Heather Wilson will take place on Saturday, June 2, 2018, at 10 a.m. at the intersection of Highway 33 and US-177.
A pep rally was formed outside of Guthrie Upper Elementary School on Wednesday morning. The sound of music, kids and motorcycles filled the event with excitement for Guthrie’s Special Olympians as they made their way to Stillwater.
Guthrie Public Schools will now begin classes next school year on September 4. The Board of Education approved moving the date back nearly two weeks later after learning the new elementary school building will not be constructed in time. Last October, Charles Wash with W.L. McNatt (contractor) told school board members between a wet summer […]
The Oklahoma Association of School Administrators (OASA), a member organization of the Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration (CCOSA), announced Guthrie’s Superintendent Dr. Mike Simpson has been selected as the OASA District #3, Superintendent of the Year for 2018.
The Oklahoma Association of School Administrators (OASA), a member organization of the Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration (CCOSA), announced Guthrie’s Assistant Superintendent Doug Ogle has been selected as the OASA District #3, Asst. Superintendent/Central Office Supt. of the Year for 2018.
Guthrie Lions Club President Daniel Gustafson (L) presents a check for $200 to Band Director Rob Blackburn (C), after Joshua Blackston (R), a high school senior, entertained at the club's meeting with musical solos.
The Guthrie Lions Club donated $200 to the Guthrie High School band and music departments.
The Kiwanis Club helped entice students at Fogarty Elementary to bring up their grades this final semester through the BUG program. For their efforts two boys and two girls were rewarded for their effort in the classroom with a shiny new bicycle.