Sedalia 200 security officers Kelley Casto and Adam Archibeque have switched schools, with Casto now handling security duties at Washington Elementary School and Archibeque being stationed at Smith-Cotton High School.

S-C High Principal Wade Norton praised Casto for leading the effort to improve camera and door security systems at the high school.

“Kelley made his face visible to staff, students and the community and connected with our students. He truly will be missed by Smith-Cotton, but we are glad he is staying with Sedalia 200,” Norton said.

Archibeque quickly became a trusted role model for Washington students when he started working at the school last year.

“Mr. A’s presence and willingness to help our staff members and students in nearly any situation will be missed,” said Washington Principal Lisa Volk. “But we also feel fortunate to have Officer Casto and his lifetime of experience now serving our Washington community."

In the photo: Sedalia School District 200 security officers Adam Archibeque, left, and Kelley Casto have switched schools, with Archibeque now stationed at Smith-Cotton High School and Casto at Washington Elementary.