Dr. Mike Simpson, Superintendent April 2018 I am a person who enjoys a routine. Needless to say, the last three weeks have been anything but routine for a parent, school employee, legislator or just someone driving around Guthrie at 7:45 a.m. on a weekday. On April 2 nd the Oklahoma Education Association . . .
Direct Links for OSTP (Oklahoma School Testing Program) 2018 Practice Tests 3rd-8th ELA and Math Paper and Pencil Practice Tests http://sde.ok.gov/sde/assessment-material Go to Grades 3-8 Assessments and click on your child's grade 5th and 8th Science Paper and Pencil Practice Tests http://sde.ok.gov/sde/assessment-material Go to Grades 3-8 . . .
The FFA will be holding a mock DUI scenario for the juniors and senior of Guthrie High School on April 23 rd at 1pm on the NW parking lot at the high school. This will be a community service project that will simulate the problems of either drinking and driving or texting and driving to help bring awareness to our students about this problem especially with the Prom and Graduation events coming up. We are partnering up . . .
Walmart employees visited Central Elementary where they read to our students and gave them cookies and bookmarks to celebrate Read Across America Day! Read Across America is an annual reading motivation and awareness program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on March 2nd, the birthday of beloved children's author Dr. Seuss.
Congratulations to Audra Branson, who was selected as Guthrie Public Schools Teacher of the Year for 2018. Ms. Branson, who is in her second year with the district, is a 6th grade teacher at Guthrie Upper Elementary School. Thanks to many sponsors, all building level teachers of the year receive gifts of appreciation. Mr. Jeff Jordan, an English Teacher at Guthrie High School was the secondary teacher of the year and runner up to Ms. . . .
This year's Leadership Guthrie class chose to partner with Guthrie High School as their class project. They will be starting a mentoring program to develop leadership skills in our students. Today the students were provided lunch during their lunch break and were partnered with their mentor for team building activities.
The Logan County District Attorney' office has created a truancy committee comprised of school officials, the district attorney's office and community partners in an effort to decrease truancies and consistent tardiness. Truancy
Both Cox Communications and AT&T are providing low cost internet to households with K-12 children who are eligible for the National School Lunch Program, SNAP, and/or TANF; who receive Tenant-Based Vouchers, Project-Based Vouchers or Section 8 Project-Based Rental Assistance. Please follow the links below to learn more. http://www.connect2compete.org/cox . . .