At GCSD, we value your opinion. Students, parents, community members and teachers/staff are all invited to take a few moments to give us your feedback on our 2015-2016 Comprehensive Needs Assessment and Stakeholder Engagement Survey. As we look forward and make plans for the next school year, we’d like your feedback on what we’re doing well and even what we’re not doing so well.
Guthrie CSD is conducting four online public auctions of surplus equipment. Bids for these items can be placed online by following the links posted below. If two identical winning bids are placed, the bid that was placed first will be awarded. The auctions will close at noon on Sunday, March 20, 2016.
Several of our Lady Jags and Jags received all-district honors for their performance this year. Below is the list of those honored:
Reagan Maxwell - Soph - All-District
Gina Cheyne - Jr - Honorable Mention
Baylee Horn - Fr - Honorable Mention
Karlie Van Meter - Fr - Honorable Mention
Bronc Horn - Sr - All-District
Jose Sandoval - Sr - All-District
Laythen Adams - Sr - Honorable Mention
Noe Sandoval - Sr - Honorable Mention
Cutter Jones - Fr - Honorable Mention
On Saturday, February 20, the Guthrie Robotics Team #9868 "Jag Wires" competed in the Panhandle Plains FTC Regional Championship at Frenship HS. They came away with the top two highest honors of the competition: Winning Alliance Team Captain and Inspire Award. This is a pretty remarkable achievement, especially considering these students are in their rookie season, never having competed in this type of robotics program. They now advance to play again in the Super Regional Championship in San Antonio on March 9-11. At that competition, these students will be competing with 72 other teams from 12 states for a chance to attend the FTC World Robotics Championship.
The students on Team #9868 "Jag Wires" are: Jose Sandoval, Noe Monjaraz, Sarah Ballard, Cheyenne Killebrew, Yaretzi Sandoval, Jaycee McCauley, JJ Gibson, Kaylie Green, Morgan McCauley and Tristan Story. We are all very proud of these students' accomplishments. Way to go!
The Guthrie Jaguars will play the Crowell Wildcats for the Bi-District Championship on Tuesday, February 23rd at 6:00 pm in Hamlin. Ticket prices will be $5 for adults and $3 for students. Go Jaguars!
Playoff t-shirt orders are due by Tuesday, February 16th by 3:30pm. To place your order, you can email Sammie Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment on the GCSD Facebook page. Please be sure to include sizes and quantities.
T-shirts will be delivered at school on Friday February 19th. Payment must be received by Friday before delivery.
T-shirts are $15 each.
Everyone is invited to the Guthrie Robotics Open House, scheduled for this Thursday (February 11) from 6:00-7:00pm. It will be held in Mr. Wilson's classroom and will be a chance for everyone to see up close how the GCSD robotics program operates. The event will be open to students, parents, teachers, family and community members. The GCSD robotics team members will give talks, answer questions and demo robots during this come-and-go open house.
These students are hosting this open house event as part of their FTC Regional Robotics Contest. They are required to do several community outreach projects and incorporate those into their formal team presentations and judges interviews. Their next contest is on Saturday, February 20 at Frenship HS. Please help them prepare for that by attending and listening to their talks, watching their demos and asking questions. Every interaction they have on Thursday evening will help better prepare them for their contest. Your presence will also provide a much needed morale boost to these kids. They've worked literally every day since the first day of school preparing for this contest. Its a lot of work with minimal exposure and only a few chances for outside affirmations. Hope you'll be able to attend!
CLICK HERE for the 2016 JH & HS Track Schedule. Go Jags and Lady Jags!
Two Guthrie High School robotics teams competed in the FIRST FTC North League Championships at Frenship HS on Saturday, January 23. This competition involved schools from the entire Texas Panhandle area, drawing teams from schools from all classifications: 1A to 6A. Students competed in the FIRST RES-Q robot game competition and a team presentation and judges interview. The Guthrie students started preparing for this contest in August and have competed in 15 qualifying matches over the past three months to make it to Saturday's competition.
The two Guthrie teams finished 1st and 2nd overall. The teams ended up playing each other in the final match for the North League Championship. Team 9868 "Jag Wires" won the overall Championship. Team 9869 "Guthrie Jags" won the Inspire Award, which was the highest overall judged award. Actually, the Guthrie teams placed 1st and 2nd place for that award.
"The students worked really hard for months, designing and building their robots and preparing their engineering notebooks and presentations," said Mr. Wilson, the Guthrie Robotics coach. "It takes a great deal of high level thinking for months at a time to do well in these contest. Participation in a program like ours will pay off for students later in life, as they learn to think carefully through complex challenges and come up with creative solutions to tough problems."
These students will advance to the FIRST FTC Regional Championship contest that will take place on February 20th.
The students on Team 9868 "Jag Wires" are:
Jose Sandoval, Noe Monjaraz, Sarah Ballard, Jaycee McCauley, Morgan McCauley, Tristan Story and JJ Gibson
The students on Team 9869 "Guthrie Jags" are:
Yaretzi Sandoval, Cheyenne Killebrew, Nick Mitchell, Levi Jones, Kaylie Green and Emily Rocha
We had a team pull out of the tournament. Click HERE for the new bracket.
Due to the possibility of hazardous driving conditions, the Guthrie JH Basketball Tournament will be delayed tomorrow(Saturday). The tournament will start at 11:00 am. We will check road conditions in the morning and make adjustments if needed. Be safe, Jags!
The Guthrie JH basketball teams will play in the Guthrie tournament on Saturday, January 9th. Click HERE for the bracket.
Congratulations to the Jaguars on their All-State Awards.
Landon Roberts - Defensive MVP
Dion Vasquez - 1st Team Cornerback
Cooper Jones - Honorable Mentioned Quarterback
McClendon Hill - 2nd Team Tight End
Kolby Jones - 1st Team Defensive Lineman
LT Sharp - 2nd Team Defensive Lineman
Congratulations to the Jaguars on their All-Region Awards.
Landon Roberts - Offensive MVP, 1st Team Linebacker
Dion Vasquez - Defensive MVP, 1st Team Running Back, Selected to play in the Sixman All-Star Game
Cooper Jones - Newcomer of the Year
McClendon Hill - 1st Team Tight End
Kolby Jones - 1st Team Defensive Lineman
LT Sharp - 1st Team Defensive Lineman, 2nd Team Tight Center
Guthrie Coaching Staff - Coach of the Year
On Tuesday, December 15th, at 12:30 pm in the Guthrie auditorium we will recognize and honor our District Champion Elementary UIL students, District Champion Junior High UIL students, State Semifinalist football team, and our State Cross Country Medalist, Reagan Maxwell. Come join us if you can. Go Jags & Lady Jags!
The Guthrie CSD Library will be open on the following days during the Christmas Holidays:
Saturday, December 19th from 8:00 to 5:00
Monday, December 28 from 8:00 to 5:00
Tuesday, December 29 from 8:00 to 5:00
Wednesday, December 30 from 8:00-5:00
Congratulations to the Guthrie Elementary and Junior High students. Both won the District Championship!
Congratulations Lil' Jags!
Congratulations to the Guthrie Jaguars on their All-District Honors!
Cooper Jones - Newcomer of the Year
Landon Roberts - Offensive MVP, 1st Team Linebacker, & 1st Team Kicker
Dion Vasquez - Defensive MVP, 1st Team Running Back
McClendon Hill – 1st Team Tight End
LT Sharp – 1st Team Center & 1st Team Defensive Lineman
Kolby Jones – 1st Team Defensive Lineman & 2nd Team Tight End