Sedalia School District 200

Accredited With Distinction

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  • 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


  • If a student plans to particpate in 2020 Smith-Cotton athletic and/or activity summer events, their parent or guardian must compete the permission form that is linked on the Athletic Director's web page:



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  • While Gov. Mike Parson has lifted the statewide stay-at-home order, the six-foot social distancing requirement remains in place. Additionally, the governor has endorsed local control to counties. Pettis County Health Center Administrator Joann Martin is taking a conservative approach as we are seeing more confirmed cases in our county.
    All Missouri schools remain closed for this academic year, but we have two tentative items to share with you. Please keep in mind that health and safety protocols can change, and that can alter plans we are sharing here.
    -- Pickup of student items will be the week of May 18-22. Specific details will be sent via email by your building principal. Pickup for the Pettis County Early Childhood Center and grades K-4 will be done on a drive-through basis. Students’ belongings will be bagged and tagged with their names; parents will drive up to receive their student’s bag. For grades 5-12, students will be allowed to enter the building to retrieve their items. We will enforce social distancing and we request that all students follow health protocols. Parents/guardians will not be allowed to enter buildings. During pickup times, students can pay fees, return books, etc.
    -- Online credit recovery courses will be offered for high school students, along with Personal Finance, Health and Physical Fitness done online. Depending on health and safety requirements, we may offer summer programs at the elementary level starting in July and running into early August. The focus will be on essential concepts (ELA, math, literacy) that students missed during the school closure. A determination on summer elementary programs will be made in late May.
    As a reminder, Prom was rescheduled to July 16 and Commencement to July 18, but as we noted above, health and safety protocols will affect what those activities will entail.
    We appreciate your patience and understanding during this challenging time. The welfare of our students and staff members is at the forefront of all of our decisions, and in many cases we are reliant on other entities to provide guidance before we can chart our own course.Please stay safe.
    Steven G. Triplett
    Superintendent, Sedalia School District 200
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  • Stacy Curry, new SCJH principal

    Stacy Curry, currently an assistant principal at Smith-Cotton High School, has been named the principal at Smith-Cotton Junior High effective at the end of the current school year. The promotion was approved by the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education in closed session Monday, March 9.

    A Smith-Cotton graduate, Curry taught one year in Warrensburg before returning to Sedalia for the 1993-94 school year as a science teacher at the middle school. She transferred to S-C High as a science teacher in 1997. Curry has been an assistant principal at Smith-Cotton High School since 2015, with a primary focus on the Freshman Academy.

    Superintendent Steve Triplett said, “Ms. Curry has solid foundations in curriculum and administration. Her experience at the high school has prepared her well for this new challenge, which I know she will take on with professionalism and a student-centered mindset.”

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MOCAP Online Learning

  • MOCAP logo The Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program (MOCAP) has developed a catalog of virtual online courses for students. Students will be able to take an entire course from any Internet-connected computer, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. LAUNCH is Sedalia School District 200’s preferred provider. Additional information may be found at

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Courage2Report Missouri

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Flexible Learning

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