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Sedalia’s Project Graduation Fundraiser Bringing Delicious Food and Chances to Win Cash [INTERVIEW]

The Smith-Cotton Project Graduation Fundraiser in Sedalia is a huge undertaking, and seems to get bigger and bigger every year.  Everyone in our area is interested in keeping families intact and healthy.  Nobody wants to have another tragic statistic added to the rolls, ruining what should be a proud celebration. 

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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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Smith-Cotton Tigers
Photo by Kevin Walker

Smith-Cotton Homecoming Activities

The Smith-Cotton Tigers have planned numerous activities in the school district and that all of Sedalia can participate in. Here is a look at the weekly activities planned.

SMITH-COTTON HOMECOMING WEEK ACTIVITIES

Oct. 13-18

Food Drives

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Smith-Cotton JROTC Tiger Battalion Cadet Shelbi Davis receives her Legion of Valor Bronze Cross certificate from Senior Army Instructor LTC Matthew Coulson during the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education meeting Monday, Sept. 8, at Horace Mann Elementary School. [COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200]
Smith-Cotton JROTC Tiger Battalion Cadet Shelbi Davis receives her Legion of Valor Bronze Cross certificate from Senior Army Instructor LTC Matthew Coulson during the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education meeting Monday, Sept. 8, at Horace Mann Elementary School. [COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200]

S-C JROTC Cadet Davis awarded Legion of Valor Bronze Cross

Smith-Cotton JROTC Tiger Battalion Cadet Shelbi Davis was presented the Legion of Valor Bronze Cross for Achievement during the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education meeting Monday night at Horace Mann Elementary School

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Smith-Cotton Tigers Begin Football Camp

The Smith-Cotton Tigers began their first football camp under the direction of Coach Ryan Boyer. This season was to the first in the new activities complex, but the football season will begin at Jennie Jaynes Stadium

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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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Luke Guier
Luke Guier (Photo Courtsy of Sedalia School District)

Four Smith-Cotton Track Athletes Qualify For State

 

Four members of the Smith-Cotton track team qualified to compete in the state meet with their performances Saturday May 24) in Eldon: 

Luke Guier (photo) - first place, 400 meters
Zac Volk - fourth place, pole vault
Albert Nash - third place, long jump
Marionna Ward - second place, 100 meter high hurdles; third place, 300 meter low hurdles

The state track meet is scheduled for May 30 and 31 at Lincoln University in Jefferson City. Goo

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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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Brennan Scanlon to Lead Smith-Cotton Boys Basketball Program

In closed session Monday night (April 14), the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education approved the hiring of Brennan Scanlon as Smith-Cotton High School boys basketball coach.

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Team SCREAM
Team SCREAM

Smith-Cotton’s Team SCREAM Wins Regional Robotics Chamionship

The UCM Mules weren't the only local team to win a championship this weekend. Smith-Cotton High School's Team SCREAM won the FIRST Oklahoma Regional robotics championship and are headed to the FIRST Robotics World Championship in St. Louis.

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