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OSAA Choctaw Drama Contest

This weekend Performance drama competed in the OSSAA Choctaw Drama Contest and the following earned medals and the chance to move on to Regionals in March: Daylnn Sumo won 3rd in Prose, Mandi Matheson and Sarah Lilly placed 2nd in Dramatic Duet, and Kristen Fuller and Maddi Springer earned 3rd in Humorous Duet. Congrats to all!    Pictured left to right: Dalynn Sumo, Mandi Matheson, Sarah Lilley, Madi . . .

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Celebrate Freedom Week

Guthrie Public Schools celebrated Veterans Day with special activities at each site. Click "read more" to open the article and see photos of the celebrations.  To all of our Veterans, thank you for your service!     Cotteral Celebrated by talking about what a Veteran is and what the United States Flag represents Central Honored Veterans with donuts and coffee . . .

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FFA Student Recognition

  Clay Drake, GHS Agriculture Education Instructor, recognized Mr. Dalton Cockrum for recently performing in the National FFA Band at the National FFA Convention which was held in Indianapolis, IN.  This was Dalton’s second year to be a part of this band.  He is the 3rd generation in his family to have this honor.  Mr. Garret Wellden was also recognized for his recent accomplishments.  Garret . . .

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GPS Receives Donna Nigh Foundation Grant

Brandy Parks with Sooner Success worked with Kara Walters to apply for a Donna Nigh Foundation Grant.  We were awarded just over $6700.00 to purchase items that will benefit at least 15 severe and profound students.  This grant will fund the project titled:  Active Learning:  Integrating Learning and Play in a Sensory Integrated Classroom. The grant will be used to purchase items to provide sensory integration tools . . .

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Logan County District Attorney's Office to partner with Guthrie Public Schools to address truancy issues

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

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Low Cost Internet For Households That Qualify for Free or Reduced Meals

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 . . .

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