GCSD School Board
Responsibilities of Leadership
The Guthrie Common School District (GCSD) is governed by a seven-member Board of Trustees that is responsible for adopting policy, employing and evaluating the superintendent, approving the budget and capital improvement plans, and setting the tax rate. As the district's elected leaders, Trustees are charged with making decisions they believe to be in the best interests of all GCSD children.
There are seven members of the Guthrie CSD Board of Trustees, each elected at-large to serve staggered three-year terms. Officers are elected by the members of the Board of Trustees. Trustees provide public service to the Guthrie and King County communities without financial compensation. Candidates to the Board of Trustees must conform to the eligibility requirements of the Texas Election Code.
Regular meetings of the Board of Trustees are usually held on the third Monday of each month at the Guthrie CSD Board Room, in the administrative offices of the school, beginning at 6:00 p.m. unless scheduled otherwise. Agendas of upcoming meetings can be found on the GCSD web site three days prior to the scheduled meetings. Minutes of meetings past can also be viewed at the district web site.
Members of the GCSD Board of Trustees are:
Clell McCauley, Toby Oliver, Wendy Masterson, Zane Daniel, Jeff Daniel, Nathan Canaday, Laura Moorhouse
CLICK HERE to view/print the Bid Packet.
The Board of Trustees of the Guthrie Common School District is currently accepting sealed bids from persons interested in purchasing a one lot tract of real property, which is legally described as “all of Lot 3 Block 27 of the Original Town of Guthrie, King County, Texas”. For a copy of the Bid Packet, which includes a Contract of Sale, please click the link above or contact the GCSD Administrative Office.
GCSD Employment Opportunities
CLICK HERE to complete the online Professional Application
CLICK HERE to view/print the Auxiliary Personnel Application
GCSD Education Foundation
Guthrie CSD has an Education Foundation that has been established to provide support to the programs and students of GCSD. Donations can be made for purely philanthropic purposes, as memorials, or designated as scholarships for graduates.
Some of the ways monies in the Foundation will be spent include: scholarships for GHS graduating seniors, financial support for innovative teaching practices, and financial support for some of the curricular and extracurricular activities of the school. Contributions are welcome and can be made at the administration office of the Guthrie Schools.