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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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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...

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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...

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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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Smith-Cotton High School Receives Award For Buckling Up

KANSAS CITY -- Local schools took the challenge to buckle up and made it click with students. More than 100 schools statewide, including 19 in Kansas City participated in this year's Battle of the Belt Challenge, a competition to raise seat belt use among teens...

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COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200
Smith-Cotton girls basketball seniors Kirby Lewellyn (10) and Abby Perkins (55) offer gifts and hugs to Janice Barton, wife of associate head coach Bill Barton, during Senior Night ceremonies Tuesday at Smith-Cotton High School. Barton is the unofficial "team mom," cheering at every game, playing games with the girls on road trips and providing lots of advice.
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Smith-Cotton girls basketball seniors Kirby Lewellyn (10) and Abby Perkins (55) offer gifts and hugs to Janice Barton, wife of associate head coach Bill Barton, during Senior Night ceremonies Tuesday at Smith-Cotton High School. Barton is the unofficial "team mom," cheering at every game, playing games with the girls on road trips and providing lots of advice.

Smith-Cotton High School Winter Sports Seniors Honored

Smith-Cotton High School celebrated its winter sports seniors Tuesday night between the girls and boys basketball games against Clinton High in the S-C gym...

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Smith Cotton Choral Society and National Honors Society Present: The Formal Wear Exchange [INTERVIEW]

I remember when I was a young lady - and I'm talking High School age here - Prom was a big deal.  It was one of those things where the entire year centered on whether or not you went.  If you decided to go with your Significant Other, there was coordiation of outfits.  If you went with a friend, you had to decide who was going with who.  If you deliberately weren't going, then you had other activities to plan.

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