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
Guthrie Elementary and Junior High students are in O'Brien, TX today for UIL competition. They will be late getting home this evening. Click HERE to see what bus and time your child is expected to return to Guthrie. The last event is scheduled for 8:00 pm. GO GUTHRIE!
Guthrie Virtual School continues to receive state-wide and national attention for it's visionary approach to online learning. Most recently, the recognition comes from the ExcelinEd and EducationCounsel, national education policy groups.
Guthrie Virtual School has been in operation since 2011. GVS now serves over 850 students across Texas, with 10 teachers. GVS is now the largest provider in Texas Virtual School Network, with approximately 30% of the market share.
For more information about Course Access, Guthrie Virtual School and to read the entire White Paper, go to: http://excelined.org/2015CourseAccessWhitePaper/
Click HERE for the Guthrie basketball tournament bracket. The tournament will be in both gyms on Thursday and Friday only.
The Guthrie Jaguars will take on the Richland Springs Coyotes this Saturday, December 5th, at 2:00 pm at Shotwell Stadium in Abilene for the State Semi-Final Championship. Ticket prices will be $8 for adults and $4 for students. That price will get you into two games. Following the Jaguars game, the Crowell Wildcats and the Borden County Coyotes will kick off at 6:00 pm.
The State Quarter Final Championship game between the Guthrie Jaguars and the Motley County Matadors has been rescheduled for Monday, November 30th at 6:30pm in Childress.
Guthrie CSD has revised it's school calendar. The change will allow students to be released from school a full week early. The last day of school will now be May 20, 2016. To view the new school calendar, click HERE.
The Guthrie Jaguars will take on the Chillicothe Eagles for the Regional Championship on Friday at 7:30 PM in Crowell. Go Jaguars!
Due to the Bi-District playoff game we have a few changes to other schedules.
The Guthrie Jaguars will play the Rule Bobcats in Knox City at 7:30 pm on Thursday, November 12th. Go Jags!
The JV football game scheduled for this Thursday has been canceled. The JH game will still start at 5:30 pm at Motley Co. Go Lil' Jags!
Congratulations to Reagan Maxwell, who finished 10th at the Regional Cross Country meet and qualified to compete in the State Cross Country Meet. She'll run in Round Rock on Saturday, November 7. Congratulations, Reagan!
Red Ribbon Week is October 26-30. Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco and drug and violence prevention awareness campaign. It is an ideal way for people and communities to unite and take a visible stand against drugs. To recognize Red Ribbon Week, students are encouraged to observe the following dress-up days:
Monday: "Voting for My Future to be Drug Free" (wear Red, White, and Blue)
Tuesday: "Band Together Against Drugs" (wear a bandana)
Wednesday: "Your Choices are the Key to Your Dreams" (wear your pajamas)
Thursday: "Hugs Not Drugs" (bring your stuffed animal)
Friday: "DRUGS ARE SCARY" (wear your Halloween costume)
"TEAM UP AGAINST DRUGS" (wear your team colors)
Fall Festival is right around the corner! Below is the schedule.
5:00-6:00 pm Trunk-or-Treat @ New Gym parking lot
5:30 pm Senior class begins serving dinner @ Activity Center
6:30 pm Booths & Dinner & Inflatables & Bingo @ Activity Center
10:00 pm Auction @ Activity Center
See you there!
The JH football game vs. Chillicothe has been moved up to 5:00 on Thursday, October 15th. The JV football game will start approximately 20 minutes after the JH game is over. Go Jags!
Students from the Guthrie robotics teams traveled to Dallas on Saturday, October 10 to attend a networking event with two robotics teams at Sunset High School in Dallas ISD. The two teams from Sunset, called the RoboBisons, are serving as mentors to our Guthrie teams as we compete in our rookie season with FIRST Tech Challenge. FIRST Tech Challenge is a world-wide competitive robotics organization sponsored by FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology). FIRST's mission is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership.
During the visit to Sunset HS, our students learned about design principles, using mechanical advantage, computer programming and the benefits of maintaining a engineering notebook. Students were also able to practice other skills like: collaboration, public speaking, working under deadlines and solving complex problems. All of these things build on our Guthrie Graduate Profile (more info), in addition to helping students learn advanced robotics, design and engineering skills.
Guthrie robotics teams are preparing to begin their 2015-2016 competitive schedule that will begin in November. Teams will compete in a series of league events, hoping to earn a spot in the regional qualifiers in January. For more information about the Guthrie robotics teams, visit: www.guthrierobotics.com
Guthrie CSD is conducting an online auction of a 10' x 5' single axle utility trailer which was built by Guthrie FFA students. Pictures of the trailer are posted below. If you would like to see the trailer in person, it is located behind the bus barn.
Interested parties must submit bids through this online form by noon on October 30, 2015.