- Academic All District: McClendon Hill
- Newcomer of the Year: Dion Vasquez
- 1st Team Offense:
- Kiwi Vasquez - uitility back
- Kylor Gilbreath - wide receiver
- Christian Rocha - spreadback
- Zac O'Neal - special teams player
- 1st Team Defense:
- Tucker Brendle - defensive lineman
- Christian Rocha - punter
- 2nd Team offense:
- Tucker Brendle - running back
- Christian Rocha - kicker
- 2nd Team defense:
- Kylor Gilbreath - nose guard
- Kiwi Vasquez - linebacker
- Zac O'Neal - linebacker
- Christian Rocha - safety
- LT Sharp - defensive lineman
- Honorable Mention: McClendon Hill - center
Football All-District Honors
The Jags and Lady Jags will be playing in the Aspermont Tournament November 29th through December 1st. Click on the brackets below to see the date/time details for our teams. Let's go Jags and Lady Jags!
By Nelson Coulter
The BUSINESS of school is LEARNING! Schools are built and exist for that very purpose. Unfortunately, it often seems that many interests and agendas other than learning drive what goes on at school. Thus, it takes a very focused and deliberate team of professionals to keep their eyes, their energy, and their effort centered on LEARNING!
The community and educational professionals of Guthrie CSD have made a purposeful commitment with regard to what that learning should look like for students by creating the Guthrie Graduate Profile. This is the last of a five part series of articles intended to clarify the Profile. Below are the five pillars (dimensions) of the Guthrie Graduate Profile:
The focus of this article is on the Profile dimension aimed at causing our students to be
Compassionate and Responsible Citizens which are:
• Socially responsible
• Knowledgeable participants in the democratic process
• Courteous and respectful toward others/differences
• Contributors of their energy/time/talent in service to others and their community
Certainly, having the skills and knowledge to provide for one’s self and loved ones is an extremely important concept. However, the Guthrie Graduate Profile addresses student learning beyond motives that are purely self-serving. The Compassionate and Responsible Citizens dimension moves us, generally, to the concept of service. Guthrie CSD stakeholders are convinced that some of the richest blessings in life are those realized when we invest our time, resources, and energy to the service of others. Consequently, we have concluded that a disposition for service to others is a concept important enough to teach to our children.
Encompassed in that concept is the idea that our children learn about and engage in the democratic process with integrity and fidelity. Certainly, being knowledgeable voters is part of that process, but being participants willing to contribute in even more meaningful ways is a powerful life enhancement. Those additional kinds of service might include volunteering at the church or community level, running for public office, serving on the local school board, helping organize disaster relief efforts, serving as a volunteer fire fighter, mowing the yard of an elderly neighbor, etc. In essence, it means taking the time and effort to SERVE others, with no expectation of reward or recognition.
Highly aligned to these service components is an underlying mindset of thankfulness for the many blessings that most of us experience on a daily basis. A disposition of respectfulness toward others is preeminent. The Guthrie school community has concluded that the lives of our children will be enriched if they learn to treat all others respectfully and courteously. Underlying that way of thinking is the innate understanding that there are many perspectives, faiths, philosophies of life that may differ from our own. Our differing perspectives on life and living need not (and should not) prompt the discourteous or disrespectful treatment of others.
Our intention at Guthrie CSD is to graduate students fully prepared to prosper in the world of work and school and life. Moreover, we have made the conscious decision to teach our children ways of wholesome living with respect to their view and treatment of others. Through teaching our children the ways of compassion and responsibility, we believe that not only will their lives be enriched, but the world will be a better place. One could argue that there might not be a more important learning component in the education of our students.
Tuesday’s JV boys game against Northside has been cancelled. We will still start the games at 3:30 with the Varisty girls followed by the varsity boys.
GCSD Athletics have released the 2012-13 Jaguars & Lady Jags Basketball Schedule.
CLICK HERE to view/print the schedule.
Hope to see you at there, cheering on our Jags and Lady Jags.
The HS Pep Rally will be held today in the auditorium at 3:05 pm. See you there!
Join us today at 12:05 for the last JH Pep Rally. Our Lil' Jags will host Aspermont tonight at 5:30 pm at Jack Huey Field. See you there!
The King County Health & Safety Fair will be Monday, November 5th. It will be held at the school from 10:00am to 2:00pm. Its open to the community and is sponsored by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension and Guthrie CSD.
The Guthrie CSD Character Education class is teaming up with Clyde ISD’s Backpack for Kids program. This program allows kids who don’t have food at home to take home backpacks filled with food and snacks. We are asking for your help to donate approved, non-perishable items from the list below:
Fruit and Grain Bars
Canned Fruit Juice
Beans and Franks
You may bring your items to school. There will be a collection box in Mrs. Sammie’s room and also in the high school hall. For more information, contact Sammie Jones (email@example.com). Thank you for helping us help others!