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Punt, Pass & Kick Competition at Jennie Jaynes Activity Complex

The Smith-Cotton football program will offer a Punt, Pass & Kick competition for area students May 23 at Tiger Stadium in the Jennie Jaynes Activity Complex.

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Bryant Motors
PHOTO: Kyle Herrick (center) with Bryant Motors presents SHS administrator, Gary Manning, (left) and S-C assistant principal (right), Joe Doyle, with a ceremonial check in the amount of $2,040 -- the amount raised from the Dodge Booster Club Test Drive Fundraiser. The money will be split equally between both schools.

Bryant Motors Donates To Smith-Cotton And Sacred Heart Schools In Dodge Booster Club Fundraiser

SEDALIA, MO – (May 15, 2015)  — On May 8, Bryant Motors, Smith-Cotton High School and Sacred Heart School hosted the “Dodge Booster Club Fundraiserand raised $2,040 that will be equally split between both schools. During

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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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Smith-Cotton and Warrensburg to Face Off in Kickin’ It For A Cure Soccer Match

 

Kickin' It For A Cure is Thursday (May 7) at the Susie Ditzfeld Memorial Soccer Field. The match between the Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers and the Warrensburg Lady Tigers will begin at 5 p.m. Kickin' It For A Cure is more than just a soccer match, it's about raising awareness for breast cancer and helping Pettis County. All of the money raised will go to Bothwell Regional Health Center for the cancer services they provide.

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Pictured: Mr. Don Barbour, Cadet Karina Miranda and Mr. Raul Miranda)

Karina Miranda Wins Cadet of The Month For Smith-Cotton High School

Cadet Private First Class Karina Miranda was named the Army JROTC Cadet of the Month for Smith-Cotton High School.  A cadet from each company competed on 20 March, 2015, for the honor of being named the “Cadet of the Month

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Jennie Jaynes Stadium
New Jennie Jaynes Stadium (Courtesy of Sedalia School District)

Jennie Jaynes Activities Complex Officially Opens [PHOTOS]

The Sedalia School District finally got the red ribbon cutting ceremony in a beautiful afternoon for the public to come see the new Jennies Jaynes Activities Complex. Superintendent Brad Pollitt welcomed everyone to the new Jennie Jaynes, along with School Board President, Dr

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Marina Scheiner's Child Development Class
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Students in teacher Marina Scheiner’s Child Development class at Smith-Cotton High School display the mini books they created that were donated to the Pettis County Health Department Women, Infant and Children Program.

S-C Students’ Books To Help Young Mothers

Students in teacher Marina Scheiner’s Child Development class at Smith-Cotton High School recently created books to help educate new mothers.

Scheiner said: “We have been learning about the potential damage to the fetus during pregnancy as a result of lifestyle and behavior choices by the mother

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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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Dodgeball is Back and Better Than Ever with Tiger Bash 2015 [INTERVIEW]

We all have memories of many an afternoon spent on asphalt during recess.  How many times did we play tetherball,  kickball, or four square?   We did all that and there was the interesting period known as Gym.

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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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