The Sedalia 200 School Board met in regular session Monday night at Washington Elementary School and approved several new construction bids for Smith-Cotton High School and heard a technology update for the district.
Freedom of speech may have its limits. Gilford, New Hampshire resident William Baer was arrested on disorderly conduct charges earlier this week after he continued to speak at a school board meeting even thought his allotted two minutes to talk were over.
Sedalia will not hold a School Board Election again this year because only the incumbents have signed up to run. While this could show well-deserved confidence in those who now serve, it is disturbing that those people who criticize the current members of the board and the staff of the Sedalia 200 School District in online venues do not come forward to challenge the incumbents for those positions.
The Sedalia 200 School Board met in a special public session at the Board of Education Office on Thursday (Nov. 21) to approve a bid on the initial dirt work on the new stadium at Smith-Cotton High School. The board approved a bid of $387,246.50 from Nemaha Landscape Construction, Inc. out of Nebraska.
The Sedalia 200 School Board met in the Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School on Monday night (Oct. 28). One of the items on the board’s agenda was the stadium design for the new athletic complex planned on the grounds of Smith-Cotton High School. The board approved the layout design, and the school district will now be seeking bids for the stadium.
The Sedalia 200 School Board met at Smith-Cotton High School last night (April 8) for the first meeting following an election. The first item on the agenda was the swearing in of the newly elected members, which consisted of returning board member David Wolf and the new board member Diane Nichols, a longtime member of the Sedalia 200 School Foundation who took the seat of Stan Bowlin, who did not
The Sedalia #200 School Board met at Smith Cotton High School Monday night (Dec. 17). While there were other items on the agenda, the one that brought more than 40 parents to the meeting was the “Security and Safety Update.”