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LA MONTE — At La Monte High School, Taylor Mankin teaches English, mythology, yearbook and journalism. Due to the popularity of Mankin’s classes, he had a number of promising students without enough work. more
WARRENSBURG – The University of Central Missouri, along with the Warrensburg community, celebrated the opening of the new Skyhaven Aviation Center at the Max. B. Swisher Skyhaven Airport with a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday afternoon, Sept. 8. more
Aromas of tasty, home-cooked food are wafting down the hallways of Sedalia School District 200 buildings as they roll out new menu items this year. more
Freshman SFCC student Luis Sotelo, of Sedalia, was busy Wednesday morning, Aug. 30 learning ornamental herbaceous plants as his class toured the Missouri State Fairgrounds. more
State Fair Community College reached a new milestone with the birth of a calf Monday, Aug. 28 on the college’s new farm. more
The Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education has a new member after a vote during the Monday, Aug. 28 meeting at Smith-Cotton High School. more
As the school busses lined up outside Sedalia Middle School on Monday afternoon, Aug. 28, everyone was on hand to get the kids on the right bus home. The operation ran just like clockwork, the same as morning drop-off. more
An area FFA member was selected to play his trumpet at the 2023 National FFA Convention & Expo in Indianapolis, Indiana. more
Sacred Heart School began the 2023-24 school year Thursday, Aug. 24 as the familiar lines of cars pulled up for a 7:15 a.m. drop-off. more
Sedalia School District 200 students are getting a few more days of summer vacation after the district announced on Tuesday, Aug. 22 that it is rescheduling the first day of school. more
The first week of kindergarten will look different this year in Sedalia School District 200, all in the name of getting every student on the right educational path. more
A small group from the State Fair Community College dental hygiene program traveled in June to Kenya to provide services and education. more
After receiving a special grant, the Pettis County Health Center began a learning program for youth in June which keeps young hands and minds busy. more
Thursday, July 21, the Missouri School Board Association hosted a training session at Smith-Cotton High School. Police officers, fire department personnel, school resource officers and school administrators gathered to share notes and carefully hone plans to deal with any crisis a school might face, from bus accidents to campus shootings. more
A recent graduate of Smith-Cotton High School received a state Service Award for her dedication to the Community Café. more
GREEN RIDGE – The Green Ridge School District has taken a step into a gas-free future by purchasing two electric school buses for its fleet. more
With its cool breeze and mild summer temperatures, Thursday morning, July 6 was perfect for students, their families, and Skyline Elementary School staff to fish at Clover Dell Lake. more
A local high school graduate recently won a state scholarship competition and received $1,500 for a college education. more
A foreign exchange student attending State Fair Community College in 2016 visited the U.S. recently and returned to Sedalia this week to reconnect with friends. more
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