Rachel Brendle was selected as this months Junior High Student of the Month. Rachel is 12 years old and is a 6th grader at Guthrie. Her parents are Rhonda and Kevin Brendle, and she has one older brother, Kaleb Brendle. Rachel participates in UIL, Kids Praise Night, cheerleading and is very active in all Junior High athletics, but her favorite sport is basketball. One of her favorite classes is Mr. Wilson’s technology class, because she has the opportunity to create anything without being limited. Her main goal for Junior High is to become a more productive and valuable teammate in athletics. She looks up to Junior Gina Cheyne as a role model because she is a good teammate. When Rachel grows up, she wants to be a first grade teacher, because she enjoys working with little children. Congratulations Rachel! Guthrie is very proud of you.
To buy a little more sunlight, we are going to push back the start time today to 10:30 am. This will allow the sun a little more time to work on the roads. Stay safe, Jags.
Tuesday, March 10
Here we go again. While roads do not appear to be treacherous, there may in fact be visibility issues in parts of our service area. Thus, we will start school at 9:00 a.m. this morning at Guthrie. That will buy a bit more light, and allow our bus drivers to use an extra measure of caution as they transport our students this morning. We apologize for any inconvenience. Make it a good day, Jags.
Due to road conditions, the Guthrie boys' Area Championship game has been rescheduled. The Jags will take on Crosbyton in Post, 4:00 pm, on Saturday. Go Jags!
Due to icy road conditions, school has been canceled for today. We will continue to monitor road conditions and will provide updates on any changes to the Jag's area playoff game today.
Good morning, this is Nelson Coulter, superintendent of the Guthrie Common School District. Here we go again. While roads do not appear to be treacherous, there may in fact be visibility issues in parts of our service area. Thus, we will start school at 9:00 a.m. this morning at Guthrie. That will buy a bit more light, and allow our bus drivers to use an extra measure of caution as they transport our students this morning. We apologize for any inconvenience. Again, 9:00 a.m. start of school today at Guthrie. Make it a good day, Jags.
Tuesday, February 24
Guthrie CSD will make up this week's instructional days lost to bad weather on April 24, 2015 and May 8, 2015, our legally required designated bad weather days.
The Guthrie Jaguars boys basketball team defeated the Munday Moguls in bi-district basketball play in Stamford tonight. The final score was 43-28. The Jaguars will face the Crosbyton Chiefs in the Area Championship game at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, February 27, 2015, in the Snyder High School Gym.
Let's continue to proceed with caution. We will have a 9:00 am start for Tuesday, February 24, 2015. Stay safe and warm, Jags.
Due to icy road conditions, Guthrie has canceled school today, February 23rd. Stay safe and warm, Jags.
Guthrie Elementary students (3rd and 4th grade) were taking advantage of the nice weather today by planting new trees in the area south of the new gymnasium. The entire area will soon be transformed with many more trees to be planted in the next few weeks. This photo was taken by Darron Gilbert from 163 feet up in the air, using the school's new drone.
The UIL Science team went to Idalou on Saturday to compete in an Invitational UIL meet. Mr. Ballard took four of the five team members to compete with 102 other high school students in the science competition. Out of the twenty three teams there, Guthrie placed fifth. Individually, senior Laura Wilson placed second out of the twenty five seniors there. Juniors Noe and Jose Sandoval tied for twelfth out of twenty nine juniors, and Sarah Ballard placed third out of the twenty seven sophomores. The UIL Science team members have worked hard all year and are ready to compete at district in hopes of advancing all the way to state!