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COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200
Sedalia School District 200 Assistant Superintendent Steve Triplett demonstrates the tip-down helmet-and-shoulder pad racks during a tour of Smith-Cotton
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Sedalia School District 200 Assistant Superintendent Steve Triplett demonstrates the tip-down helmet-and-shoulder pad racks during a tour of Smith-Cotton

New Jennie Jaynes Complex Donors Get Tour of Stadium

 

Sedalia School District 200 on Sunday (Feb. 22) held a recognition reception for donors to Smith-Cotton Stadium at Jennie Jaynes Complex, and the event included a tour of the $6 million facility. Aft

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Skyline Elementary
Skyline Elementary Character Kids for Feb. 2015 (Courtesy of Sedalia School District)

Skyline Character Kids For February 2015 Announced

Skyline Elementary School has announced its Character Kids for February. This month’s character word is fairness.

Front Row: Rylon Curry, Zane Pfannestiel, Kinzer Chambers, Lou Schnakenberg, Arya Patel
Second Row: Rowan Harper, Addi Pyle, Brooklyn Severa, Rianna Drum, Brody Leeman, Vlad Brichevoy, Slevin Fogarty
Third Row: Adeline Tucker, Gina Johnson, Lori Croka, Isabella Stringham, Johnny Brow

  Top Row: Taygen Morgan, Cassy  Smith, Jadyn Hurley, Lilly Soendker, Dominick Domingue

Brad Pollitt
Superintendent of Sedalia School District, Brad Pollitt (Courtesy of Sedalia School District )

Sedalia School District Pushes On With High School Expansion

The Sedalia School Board met at the Sedalia Middle School for its regular scheduled meeting. One of the items on the agenda was the hiring of a project manager for the ongoing expansion project for the high school, which went to Septagon

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Brad Pollitt
Superintendent of Sedalia School District, Brad Pollitt (Courtesy of Sedalia School District )

Sedalia School District Explore Future Expansion

The Sedalia 200 School Board met at the Jr. High School. The item on the agenda that dominated the evening was the re-organization of the Jr. High School. The population of the Sedalia Schools has shown a 350 student growth since the new high school was built, and the classrooms are feeling the growth

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Airmen Visit Sedalia Middle School
COURTESY OF CINDY MUELLER-LEWELLYN Senior Airman Stephan Sablan, leaning forward at right, and Senior Airman Adrian Cruz, right, both from Whiteman Air Force Base in Knob Noster, visit Monday morning with students in Tera Thomas’s fifth grade classroom at Sedalia Middle School. Cruz told the students about the importance of knowing who and what we stand for as a nation. Sablan explained that freedom is “having the ability to do what we want and cherishing it,” as many in other countries do not have the ability to experience true freedom. Their visit was courtesy of Charter Communications in conjunction with Veterans Day and the History Channel's “Bring a Vet to School Day.”

Whiteman Airmen Visit Sedalia Middle School

The Sedalia School District has always been good to show appreciation for our Vets. Today (Oct. 10), two Airmen visited Tera Thomas's fifth grade classroom at the Sedalia Middle School to talk about the importance of the freedoms that we have in America

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Baruti Kafele
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Principal Baruti Kafele addresses the male population of Smith-Cotton High School on Wednesday in the Heckart Performing Arts Center. Kafele, a nationally renowned education leader, encouraged the students to make their circle of influences positive and exclusive.

Baruti Kafele, Nationally Acclaimed Principal, Visits Sedalia School District

 

Principal Baruti Kafele, a nationally acclaimed education leader known for transforming the attitudes of at-risk student populations, addressed the male students of Smith-Cotton Junior High and Smith-Cotton High School on Wednesday, Sept. 3,

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Heber Hunt Principal Bill Betteridge To Retire (photo courtesy of Sedalia School District 200)
Heber Hunt Principal Bill Betteridge To Retire (photo courtesy of Sedalia School District 200)

Heber Hunt Principal, Bill Betteridge, Retires

Bill Betteridge, principal of Heber Hunt Elementary School, has announced his retirement from Sedalia School District 200.

Betteridge joined the district in 2006 after working eight years as an elementary school principal in the Pilot Grove school district

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Heber Hunt Elementary Principal Bill Betteridge
Heber Hunt Elementary Principal Bill Betteridge

Sedalia School District Hosts Annual Student Resource Fair

The Sedalia School District conducted a Student Resource Fair Tuesday night (April 15) at the Smith-Cotton Jr. High FEMA Building. The Sedalia School District brought  in community agencies such as Boys & Girls Club of West Central Missouri, State Fair Community College Hygeine, Childsafe, CACTUS, Social Services and other organizations to inform parents about different programs available to them.

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Skyline Elementary

Sedalia School District Prepares Parents and Students for 2013 School Year

The Sedalia School District is ready to begin classes on Thursday, Aug. 22. This week, orientation and open houses have been conducted.  While ordinarily parents would bring their kids to schools to see what new teacher they have, this year was a little different.

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Missouri Food Bank and Sedalia Pools Collecting “Buddy Pack” Donations for Pettis County Youth

Thousands of kids from low-income families in Pettis County qualify for free school lunches.  The problem is when school is out on long weekends or holiday breaks, many of these kids go hungry. The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri is helping to break that alarming trend with the Buddy Pack. A Buddy Pack is three to five pounds of food that is kid friendly and nutritious.  Buddy packs will be given to children in need of food on Fridays before a break from school, like long weekends or holiday breaks.

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