Sedalia School District 200

Accredited With Distinction


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  • Superintendent Brad Pollitt The mission of our district is to provide a challenging education in a safe environment for all students so they will become productive, responsible and successful members of our diverse society.  Our ongoing commitment to maximize learning and achievement for all students is accomplished by providing high-quality staff members and exemplary educational experiences for our students.  Thank you for all that you do for students and for making their success your goal.

     Bradley Pollitt, Ed.S.

    Superintendent of Schools


  • Tiger Tutors and cadet teaching students need to be at the high school at 10:50 am on delayed start days. Morning CTC students should be at the high school at11:30 am in delayed start days.
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  • Per Policy & Regulation 1520, Sedalia School District 200 is to annually issue the district report card to each household with a student enrolled in the district. The Annual Report is accessible here on the district website. Under Quick Links on the left side of this page, click on DESE Data for Sedalia 200. On the right, under Sedalia 200-Summary Reports click on the District link for School District Report Card. You may access the building level report card by clicking on the Building link and selecting the building, then view report.
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  • Message to Sedalia 200 parents whose students were in grades 3 through 8 last school year:

    Each year, our students in grades 3 through 8 participate in the Missouri Assessment Program (MAP). According to the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, “The Missouri Assessment Program assesses students’ progress toward mastery of the Show-Me Standards, which are the educational standards in Missouri. The Grade-Level Assessment is a yearly standards-based test that measures specific skills defined for each grade by the state of Missouri.”

    The Individual Student Report (ISR) includes an Achievement Level, which will describe the student's performance as Below Basic, Basic, Proficient, or Advanced. The report will also include a short description of the knowledge and skills that are typically demonstrated by students in each Achievement Level.

    Sedalia 200 teachers will send home individual results for students who were in grades 3 through 8 last year on Friday, Nov. 4. After receiving the report, if you have questions about those results we encourage you to contact the teacher.


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