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Students in the Creative Foods 2 course at Smith-Cotton High School competed in their own Chopped food competition Wednesday through Friday.  Cooking competitions in the Creative Foods … more
Sacred Heart School has begun promoting its 2021 Hall of Fame nominations application.  The SHS Hall of Fame is a way for Sacred Heart to honor individuals and groups who have been a part of … more
Skyline Elementary special education teacher Jill Kindle is the recipient of the Superintendent’s Bell Ringer Award for November. The monthly award is a way for Superintendent Steve Triplett … more
SMITHTON — Students at Smithton R-VI School will have the opportunity to increase their reading skills and learning abilities thanks to a donation by the Pettis County Community … more
Northwest High School ranked first with a score of 100 in PRiME Growth in Mathematics for the middle level. Northwest High School, grades 7-12, was placed in the Western Plains region with 117 … more
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education is launching a statewide partnership to tackle Missouri’s teacher shortage.  On Nov. 9, DESE announced a new … more
This year’s Sacred Heart students collected a record five tons of canned goods and brought them to Open Door for distribution throughout the community. “It’s a tradition in … more
The fourth annual University of Central Missouri First Lady’s Holiday Charity Concert, set for Wednesday, Dec. 1, will benefit Survival Adult Abuse Center Inc.  UCM Symphonic Band and … more
The State Fair Community College Board of Trustees met in the Thompson Conference Center on Tuesday to discuss Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education grants and charter bus … more
State Fair Community College invites the community to its annual Jingle on the Green from 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 2 on the Sedalia campus. The event is free, and parking will be available in all campus … more
The elementary schools in the Sedalia 200 school district all spend different ways celebrating Thanksgiving together.  Each year, students in the elementary schools spend the day building … more
Upward Bound students at Smith-Cotton High School recently raised funds to support the Community Café.The UB Student Leadership Board sold meat sticks to raise money for the Sedalia/Pettis … more
Pettis County Clerk Nick La Strada is visiting high schools throughout the county to bring awareness to voting.  La Strada and his team, which consists of Hiram Carlos, Samantha Candelas, … more
Smith-Cotton High School instrumental music students performed Saturday in all-district auditions at Warrensburg High School. Competing with about 325 students from 35 schools, more than 20 S-C … more
State Fair Community College’s TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) program celebrated its 20th anniversary on Nov. 8 with a reception in Yeater Learning Center on the Sedalia campus. Current … more
In their first musical since the COVID-19 pandemic began, Smith-Cotton High School theater students will perform “High School Musical” this weekend. SCHS Speech and Theatre Teacher … more
Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri recently received a generous $50,000 donation from Shane and Phillip Smith, of Bothwell Peak Sport and Spine. The donation will help fund programs at … more
State Fair Community College and extended campus locations will close at 5 p.m. Nov. 23 for Thanksgiving break. The college will be closed Nov. 24-26 and will reopen at 8 a.m. Nov. 29.  The … more
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