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

Welcome

  • 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

Announcements

  • BTS 2017

     

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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.

    Individual results for students who were in grades 3 through 8 last will be handed out during fall parent/teacher conferences.

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  • Missouri State Law requires all students entering eighth grade to have a current Tdap immunization on file. For the 2017-2018 school year, students entering eighth grade and 12th grade will also be required to have a current Meningococcal vaccination on file with the school nurse as well before they may begin the school year. Parents are encouraged to make arrangements to have these vaccinations administered to their children before the school year, which begins Aug. 24. Students will not be allowed to attend classes without these immunizations on file in the nurse’s office. All incoming eighth grade students will be required to have both the Tdap and the Meningococcal vaccinations. If you have questions, contact Health Services Coordinator Pat Sturges at 829-6588.

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