Sedalia School District 200

Accredited With Distinction

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  • Si necesita comunicarse con alguin en Español pongase en contacto con Gaby la traductora de la escuela al 660-553-0916  menjivara@sedalia200.org.

     

    Если Вам нужна эта информация на Русском, пожалуйста свяжитесь Еленой Валеса: 660-221-7474,  valesay@sedalia200.org

ADA Compliance

  • For questions about ADA Compliance for this website please contact Dr. Todd Fraley at 660-829-6450 or fraleyt@sedalia200.org

Welcome

  • 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 successfulSuperintendent Steve Triplett 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.

    Steve Triplett, Ed.S.

    Superintendent of Schools

Announcements

  • Earlier today (Dec. 12), Sedalia Police officers and Pettis County Sheriff's deputies addressed an issue with a male suspect who was attempting to enter a Sedalia 200 building. Due to the man's actions and behavior, he was issued a no trespassing order for all Sedalia School District 200 properties. At no time were any students or staff members considered at risk.
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  • Sedalia School District 200 received notice of a potential threat to Smith-Cotton High School earlier today, Dec. 9. An investigation by our security team and administrators determined that the threat was not credible. The safety and security of our students and staff members is the first priority for our district.
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  • Smith-Cotton senior Hunter Sparks was selected as the recipient of the Sedalia 200 district-level John T. Belcher Scholarship. Sparks will receive $250 and move on to the regional level of the statewide scholarship program, which is sponsored by the Missouri School Boards Association.
    According to the MSBA website (mosba.org), MSBA FutureBuilders “established the scholarship program in memory of John T. Belcher, who was instrumental in developing innovative financing programs for Missouri school districts. The learning environment for thousands of Missouri’s public school students improved as a result of his work.”
    Each year, one student in each of MSBA’s 17 regions receives a $1,000 scholarship. From the regional winners, a statewide recipient is selected and awarded an additional $1,500. Applicants are judged on their academic performance, extracurricular activities and an essay.
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