Sedalia School District Names High School Library in Honor of Dr. Harriet Wolfe
The Sedalia School District will see a changing of the guard from one superintendent to another at the end of June. Dr. Harriet Wolfe will be leaving the district and Assistant Superintendent Brad Pollitt will be the new superintendent. The last school board meeting for Wolfe was June 17, and she was surprised with the honor of having the library at the new high school named after her. The Smith-Cotton library is now known as the Dr. Harriet Wolfe Media Center.
School district benefactor Sue Heckart unveils the sign on the Dr. Harriet Wolfe Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School. Heckart used naming rights she acquired to honor Wolfe, who is retiring June 30. (Photo courtesy of Sedalia 200)
Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education President Dr. Jeff Sharp applauds and Dr. Harriet Wolfe is rendered speechless Monday night as Sue Heckart reveals that the media center at Smith-Cotton High School has been named in Wolfe’s honor.
Sedalia School District Foundation board member Terri Paul, left, bursts into laughter as foundation president Deidre Esquive, center,l tells retiring Superintendent Harriet Wolfe that the foundation can erect a fence around the commemorative brick they purchased for Wolfe in order to keep former Smith-Cotton High School Principal Martin White from stomping on it.
Photos courtesy of Sedalia 200.