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Smith-Cotton Show Choir
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Cabaret, the Smith-Cotton High School all-female show choir, sings "The Snow Carol" during Thursday night's Vocal Music Winter Concert.

Smith-Cotton High School’s Vocal Music Department Hosts Winter Concert

 

Smith-Cotton High School’s Vocal Music Department, under the leadership of Director of Vocal Music Chris Kindle, had its annual winter concert Thursday, Dec. 11, in the Heckart Performing Arts Center at the high school. Per

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Rex Walters
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Senior linebacker Rex Walters is the 2014 recipient of the Mark Johnson Academic Achievement Scholarship.

Smith-Cotton High School Senior Rex Walters Wins Mark Johnson Academic Achievement Scholarship

Smith-Cotton High School senior Rex Walters is the 2014 recipient of the Mark Johnson Academic Achievement Scholarship. Walters was an All-West Central Conference selection at linebacker.

The annual scholarship – provided by former S-C coach Johnson and his family – awards $500 to a S-C football player who is a full-time starter his senior year

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Smith Cotton JROTC Salutes Veterans With Breakfast and Ceremony [INTERVIEW]

Veteran's Day will be here before we know it. We all owe so much to our cherished Veterans that to miss it would be unthinkable in our area. One way you can show your support and gratefulness would be to attend the upcoming JROTC ceremony with Smith Cotton High School.

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Smith-Cotton JROTC
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Smith-Cotton Tiger Batallion JROTC cadets, led by Christian Sarabia, work on their marching formation with guidance from CSM Randy Woods, right, Wednesday morning in the high school parking lot. The cadets are preparing to march in Friday's homecoming parade, which starts at about 3:30 pm.

Smith-Cotton Prepares For Homecoming

The 2014 Smith-Cotton Homecoming Parade is set for Friday, October 17. Students and organizations have been busy preparing floats and for the parade in Downtown Sedalia.
Lineup for the Homecoming Parade begins at 3 p

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Smith-Cotton Sophomores of the Month
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Smith-Cotton High School’s Sophomores of the Month for September, from left, are Lacey Lancaster, Ethan Hisle, Izaiah Snyder, Emily Taylor, Zach Gerlach and Rachel Meyer.

Smith-Cotton High School Names Sophomores of the Month For September 2014

COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200
Smith-Cotton High School’s Sophomores of the Month for September, from left, are Lacey Lancaster, Ethan Hisle, Izaiah Snyder, Emily Taylor, Zach Gerlach and Rachel Meyer

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Bizarre Bazaar Run is Back at the Sacred Heart Bazaar [INTERVIEW]

The Sacred Heart Bazaar 5k Run is part of the many events happening in the Sacred Heart Bazaar.

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Art for Arthritis Raises Money for Juvenile Arthritis In Missouri [INTERVIEW]

One thing about being a person who does a lot of community outreach - you're always learning something new.  There's always something you didn't know about or didn't realize was so prevalent.  That's why it was such a great thing to talk with Kacey Boslaugh, a young lady who is affected by Juvenile Arthritis. 

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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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The Keys to Driving Brings Safety and Responsibility to Young Minds [VIDEO]

The Keys to Driving: Driver’s Education is being held  through June 27. The driver’s ed give students information and visits from the Missouri Highway Patrol, the Sedalia Police and the Pettis County Sheriff's office. They'll also get the practice they need to pass the driving test, and all of it in the safe, experienced confines of qualified instructors.

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Smith-Cotton High School Offers Driver’s Ed for Young Drivers [INTERVIEW]

One of the most important milestones in a young person's life is learning how to drive.  It can be daunting for them to get behind the wheel, and scary for the adults too, with all their safety fears. That's why the Smith-Cotton High School is offering their safe driver's ed course.

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