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Two new principals are joining the Smithton R-VI School District this school year.  Elementary Principal Becca Warren and High School Principal Patrick Treece, both from outside the district, … more
In March 2021, fifth grade science teacher Philip Ximinies of Sedalia Middle School was named one of Missouri’s Outstanding Beginning Teachers by the Missouri Association of Colleges for … more
Kim Windle owns and operates her own embroidery and sewing business, “k.mae Designs,” and has done so since 2010. This next school year, Windle is bringing her expertise to Smith-Cotton … more
At Washington Elementary School in Sedalia, one paraprofessional is moving into the classroom.  Londyn Wright previously worked as a para with the Sedalia School District 200 while also … more
This upcoming school year, a new music teacher is joining Horace Mann Elementary School.  Avery Mather, a graduate of Northwest Missouri State University, grew up in the Sedalia School … more
On Aug. 8 and 9, Community and Children Teaming Up 4 Success (C.A.C.T.U.S.) will be hosting a school supply distribution for Pettis County students behind Convention Hall at Liberty … more
On Monday, the Smith-Cotton High School Marching Tigers began their first day of band camp for drumline and color guard.  S-C’s band is composed of 60 students, two directors, two … more
After a two-year hiatus, Camp Blue Sky began Monday at State Fair Community College with record numbers.  Camp Blue Sky is a week-long arts camp taught by professionals and focuses on … more
During the June 28 Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education meeting, the board approved breakfast and lunch prices for the 2022-23 school year.  For the 2022-23 school year, school … more
During Tuesday night's Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education meeting, the board approved the preliminary 2022-23 fiscal year budget.  The Sedalia 200 builds a preliminary budget at … more
The last day of the fiscal year for the Sedalia School District 200 and State Fair Community College, June 30, also marked the last day for Superintendent Steve Triplett and President Joanna … more
From June 22 to 25, Smith-Cotton High School student Jeffthan Glaster, a sophomore,  attended the HOSA International Leadership Conference in Nashville.  S-C HOSA advisor Anna Singer … more
WARRENSBURG — Warrensburg City Hall and Martin Warren Elementary School are among the 20 schools, cities and nonprofit organizations across Missouri to be selected in an initiative by Missouri … more
A time-honored tradition for kids and teenagers continues this summer with the Boy & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri summer program.  The summer program provides activities for … more
On Wednesday morning, Smith-Cotton Junior High students ran a lemonade stand outside of the school in honor of Vivian Meyer.  Sixth-grade math teacher Ashley Kruse said that her summer school … more
On June 2, Sedalia School District 200 announced a partnership with Nucor Steel Sedalia that will provide a system of outreach and support for select Smith-Cotton Junior High … more
On June 15, Practical Nursing students from State Fair Community College hosted their annual health fair for the Boys and Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri. The fair is not just an opportunity for … more
On Thursday morning, State Fair Community College hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Olen Howard Workforce Innovation Center with a special guest, Gov. Mike Parson.  The ceremony began … more
The Sedalia Fire Department has entered into a partnership agreement with State Fair Community College to offer Firefighter I and II courses through the college. “I get emails on a pretty … more
At the beginning of the 2022-23 school year, a husband and wife duo will begin teaching in the Green Ridge R-8 School District.  K-12 art teacher Stephanie Link and high school business … more
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