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COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 
Project SEARCH graduates, from left, Aaron Welch, Nathanial Geer and Austin Donahue, combined to work more than 2,300 hours through the program this year.
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Project SEARCH graduates, from left, Aaron Welch, Nathanial Geer and Austin Donahue, combined to work more than 2,300 hours through the program this year.

Three Students In Sedalia School District Graduates From Project SEARCH

Three students were honored Thursday night for graduating from Project SEARCH, a program that provides workplace and life skills training for special needs students...

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Smith-Cotton Track
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Smith-Cotton High School senior Mariona Ward took first place in the girls 100-meter hurdles and the girls long jump in the Class 5, District 6 track meet Saturday, May 16, at Jefferson City High School. Ward's long jump of 18 feet set a school record.

Six Smith-Cotton Track Athletes Qualify For Sectionals

Six Smith-Cotton High School athletes advanced to sectional competition with their performances Saturday in the Class 5, District 6 track meet at Jefferson City High School...

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Whittier Graduation
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Members of Whittier High School’s Class of 2015 assemble for a group photo before the Commencement ceremony Friday night in the auditorium at Smith-Cotton Junior High School.

Whittier Graduates 36 Students

Tears were shed, roses were handed out and plenty of hugs were shared Friday night during Whittier High School’s Commencement ceremony in the auditorium at Smith-Cotton Junior High School...

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Sedalia Middle School
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Photo 1: Members of the Sedalia Middle School sixth grade band’s trombone section, from left, Orion Sanchez, Jayce Fly and Lowell Pillard, play “Carnival of Venice” during the instrumental music concert May 12 in the auditorium at Smith-Cotton Junior High.

Sedalia Middle School Performed Final Concert

Sedalia Middle School instrumental music students performed in their final concert of the school year May 12 in the auditorium at Smith-Cotton Junior High...

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Team SCREAM
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOO DISTRICT 200 Team SCREAM drivers Levi Anderson, left, and David Wester control the robot KONG after sliding a stack of recyling totes onto the scoring platform during an exhibition match Saturday at the Missouri Robotics State Championship at the Mathewson Exhibition Center.The strapping mechanism on the front of the robot was a key determiner in Team SCREAM winning the Maxion Innovation in Design award.

Team SCREAM Wins Two Awards At Missouri Robotics State Championship

Team SCREAM was honored for its creative engineering and its leader, Michael Wright, was praised by his peers Saturday at the inaugural Missouri Robotics State Championship at the Mathewson Exhibition Center...

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McCarthy Scholarships
Smith-Cotton Seniors awarded McCarthy Toyota Scholarships (Courtesy of Sedalia School District)

McCarthy Toyota Awards Ten Scholarships To S-C Seniors

 

On Wednesday, May 6, McCarthy Toyota of Sedalia General Manager Aaron Vial presented 10 Smith-Cotton High School seniors with $1,000 scholarships during the school’s annual Senior Awards Night ceremony in the Heckart Performing Arts Center. Thi...

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Robo – Junior Roberto Ramirez reads “Jangles’ A Big Fish Story” to Skyline Elementary fourth graders.
Robo – Junior Roberto Ramirez reads “Jangles’ A Big Fish Story” to Skyline Elementary fourth graders.

Smith-Cotton Football Players Read To Elementary Students

 

Smith-Cotton High School football players kicked off their Friday by reading to Sedalia 200 elementary students. Players read in groups and one-on-one with students at Washington, Heber Hunt, Horace Mann, Skyline and Parkview schools. The...

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Chip Langman
Chip Langman (Courtesy of LinkedIn)

Chip Langman Appointed Lafayette County Assessor By Governor Jay Nixon

Jefferson City – Gov. Jay Nixon today appointed Chip Langman, of Lexington, as the new Lafayette County Assessor. The position became vacant upon the resignation of Michael Dobson; the Lafayette County Commission appointed Langman to serve on an interim basis...

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