Please join us for a Bully Prevention & Technology Safety Seminar on March 7th. Please see the flyer for details.
Guthrie students participated in the District CX Debate Competition on Wednesday, February 7th. After a full day of debate, Guthrie came out on top as the District Champs. Taylor Moore and JJ Gibson placed 1st overall as a team and advanced to the State competition. Taylor also received the Top Speaker Award. Kaleb Brendle and Coulter Reel placed 3rd overall as a team and are State Alternates. Brance Boger and Eli Jenkins placed 4th overall as a team and had a great day as well. Congratulations students and Coach Ashley Branch!
Congratulations to this year's King County Stock Show Participants!
Grand Champion Steer - Mary Gilliland
Reserve Champion Steer - Macy Gilliland
Grand Champion Swine - Mary Gilliland
Reserve Champion Swine - Holt Freeman
Grand Champion Lamb - Hanna McCulloch
Reserve Champion Lamb - Hanna McCulloch
Grand Champion Goat - Journey Johnson
Reserve Champion Goat - Jewel Johnson
Grand Champion Rabbit - Journey Johnson
Reserve Champion Rabbit - Maddie Masterson
Jr Steer Showmanship - Macy Gilliland
Sr Steer Showmanship - Mary Gilliland
Sr Swine Showmanship - Mary Gilliland
Jr Swine Showmanship - Macy Gilliland
Jr Lamb Showmanship - Shaylee Jouett
Sr Lamb Showmanship - Kaleb Brendle
Jr Goat Showmanship - Preslee Paul
Sr Goat Showmanship - Taylor Moore
Rabbit Showmanship - Mattie Masterson
High Point Showman - Mary Gilliland
King County Livestock Association Scholarship - Mary Gilliland
Tom Butler Top Hand Award - Kaleb Brendle
Guthrie CSD held its annual NHS inductions on Tuesday, February 5th. Students inducted to the NHS were: Levi Jones, Brance Boger, Abigail Jones, Hanna McCulloch, Maggie Jenkins, and Rachel Brendle. Congratulations students!
For more pictures of the NHS inductions, click on the tab below.
The Jag Wires 2.0 First Tech Challenge Robotics Team competed at Lubbock High School on Saturday in the UIL District Championship. The Jag Wires 2.0 were chosen for the Inspire Award out of 27 teams from all classifications. This judged award is given to the team that embodied the ‘challenge’ of the FIRST Tech Challenge program. The team that receives this award is a strong ambassador for FIRST programs and a role model FIRST team. This team is a top contender for many other judged awards and is a gracious competitor. The Inspire Award winner is an inspiration to other teams, acting with Gracious Professionalism® both on and off the playing field. This team shares their experiences, enthusiasm and knowledge with other teams, sponsors, their community, and the Judges. Working as a unit, this team will have showed success in performing the task of designing and building a robot. By earning the Inspire Award, the Jag Wires 2.0 qualify for the UIL FTC Robotics Regional Championship Meet on February 16th at Lubbock High School.
On Saturday, January 26th, Guthrie students traveled to Haskell for an Academic Invitational. Our students did great and we are so proud of their hard work. Haskell results are:
Hanna McCulloch – 3rd in Computer Apps, 5th in Spelling & Vocabulary
Taylor Moore – 6th in Persuasive Speaking, 6th in Prose
Rachel Brendle – 4th in Persuasive Speaking, 6th in Poetry
Coulter Reel – 2nd in Editorial Writing, 1st in Feature Writing, 5th in News Writing, 2nd Place Literary Criticism Team , 6th in Copy Editing
Maggie Jenkins – 5th in Editorial Writing, 2nd Place Literary Criticism Team
Kaleb Brendle – 3rd in Feature Writing, 4th in Poetry, 2nd Literary Criticism, 2nd Place Literary Criticism Team
Brance Boger – 5th in Informative Speaking, 6th in Current Issues & Events
Brandon Passman – 5th in Science, 1st in Physics, 1st place Science Team
Shaylee Boger – 1st Place Science Team, 2nd in Mathematics, 2nd Place Literary Criticism Team
Sheridon Smith – 1st Place Science Team
Faith Keasler - 2nd Place Literary Criticism Team
For pictures, check out our SmugMug page.
Congratulations competitors and sponsors!
Congratulations to the Lil' Jags and Lil' Lady Jags! Both teams played well in today's Guthrie JH Tournament. The Lil' Jags were 2nd place, and the Lil' Lady Jags were the tournament champions.
The Guthrie Elementary and JH Academic teams are both District Champs! Attached are individual results. Congratulations to all of our coaches and students. Go Jags!
Day 2 of the Elem/JH UIL Meet has been moved to Wednesday, December 12th.
Day 1 will still be on Wednesday, December 5th. Day 2 will be on Wednesday, December 12th.
The Lady Jags will play in the Seymour Basketball Tournament on November 15th-17th. Click the tab below for the schedule.
The Lady Jags will travel to McLean on Tuesday, November 13th. The game time was originally posted for a 6:30 pm start, but it will start at 6:00 pm. Go Lady Jags!
Today is the last day to order basketball shirts. If you would like to order, please email or text McKenzie Chisum at email@example.com or (806) 787-1548. All order forms need to be turned in today by 3:30 pm.
Monday, November 19th, from 11:00-12:15 we will serve our annual Community Thanksgiving Lunch in the school cafeteria. We’d love to have you join us for that feast. Please let Pat Bradbury know you’re coming, if you haven’t already done so.
Basketball shirts are available. Orders can be turned in to the office or you can e-mail your order to McKenzie Chisum at firstname.lastname@example.org. All order forms need to be turned in by Monday, November 12th, 3:30 pm.
The Guthrie National Honor Society is sponsoring a coin drive, and the proceeds will be donated to the Lubbock Children’s Home. Students can bring money that they wish to donate any day from Monday, November 5th to Friday, November 9th. The drive ends at 1 pm on November 9th. The rules for elementary and secondary are different. The elementary class with the most points (one cent = one point) will be rewarded with a “hot chocolate Grinch party”! The secondary class with the most points will be rewarded with a “hot chocolate Grinch party”! Here’s how the point system works for secondary: Coins count as positive points (in the amount of the face value in cents). Paper money (bills and checks) count as negative points (in the amount of the face value in cents). For example, let’s say a senior drops two quarters in the senior bucket. That’s 50 points added to their total. Now a freshman comes by and adds a dollar bill to the senior bucket. Now they lose 100 points from their total! So join in on the fun, and send money for a great cause!