Sedalia School District 200

Accredited With Distinction

Online Payments

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Spanish/Russian

  • 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

  • With Capital City having withdrawn from the Friday, Oct. 9, football game against Smith-Cotton at Tiger Stadium due to COVID-19 issues, S-C now will play at noon Saturday, Oct. 10, against Battle High in Columbia. This is a makeup date from S-C having to withdraw from the teams’ scheduled Oct. 2 game due to COVID-19 quarantines.
    The Friday, Oct. 9, game with Capital City was S-C’s Homecoming game; Homecoming events, including crowning of the Homecoming queen and king, now will take place as part of a pep assembly Friday morning in Tiger Stadium.
    S-C Athletic Director Rob Davis received word on Tuesday, Oct. 6, from Capital City about its inability to compete this week. After pursuing other teams with open dates on Friday and not being able to secure such a matchup, Davis and Sedalia 200 administrators agreed to reschedule the game at Battle for this Saturday.
    “We made every effort to schedule a Friday game, but when it became clear that was not going to be an option we chose to uphold our Central Missouri Activities Conference commitment to Battle,” Davis said. Battle was scheduled to play Rock Bridge on Friday, but the game was postponed due to COVID-19 issues in the Rock Bridge program.
    “We understand that our Tigers football team, S-C students and community are disappointed that Homecoming traditions are being altered, but through this pandemic we all have learned to adapt and move forward,” said Sedalia 200 Superintendent Steve Triplett. “We are doing all we can to maintain a healthy and safe atmosphere for our students while providing as many of the usual elements of the school experience as possible.”
    Fan attendance policies for Saturday’s game and potential broadcast options will be addressed soon.
    “We are excited that our Tigers football season is continuing and that our players will have the opportunity to compete in a conference game on Saturday,” Davis said.
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  • Sedalia School District 200 has been informed that a member of the Smith-Cotton High School football program has tested positive for COVID-19. That person is in quarantine at home; the 31 players and coaches who also attended the Sept. 24 practice also will quarantine for 14 days and will monitor any symptoms should they occur. Due to the number of program members affected, the varsity and JV seasons have been paused.
    This game scheduled for Friday, Oct. 2, against Battle High in Columbia is canceled. The Homecoming game against Capital City on Oct. 9 at Tiger Stadium is still scheduled at this time.
    Freshmen football players are not affected, so their game today at Hickman High in Columbia will be played.
    The district has reported the positive case to the Pettis County Health Center, as required by current Missouri law. With our mandatory mask protocol and social distancing guidelines, additional quarantines are not required at this time.
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  • Sedalia School District 200 has been informed that a member of the Smith-Cotton Junior High School football program has tested positive for COVID-19. That person is in quarantine at home. The 33 people with whom they were close contacts also will quarantine for the required period of time as outlined by the Pettis County Health Center; they will monitor any symptoms should they occur.
    The district has reported these cases to the Pettis County Health Center, as required by current Missouri law.
    With our mandatory mask protocol and social distancing guidelines, additional quarantines are not required at this time.
    The district has launched a COVID-19 dashboard to track active positive cases and quarantines among students and staff members. The dashboard will be updated daily; each Monday, district parents, staff members and local media will receive an email roundup of the previous week’s cases. The dashboard can be accessed from the link at the top of the home page.
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COVID-19 Dashboard

  • To access the Sedalia 200 Active COVID-19 Dashboard, CLICK HERE

Launch Virtual Education

  • The Launch virtual education program has provided some documents and videos to help students and families get started. CLICK HERE to check them out.

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Transportation

  • For questions about elementary school boundaries and bus stop locations, call First Student at 660-826-5800.

Supply Lists

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    Sedalia 200 supply lists are available online through Teacher Lists. Printed copies also are available at the local Walmart, Staples, Bigs Lots and Woods stores. To find your student's list online:

    2. Click on "Find A List" at the top of the page and search by our ZIP Code, 65301
    3. Click on your child's school.
    4. Click on your child's grade level/class.
     
    Parents have the option to purchase all items from a variety of stores with one click at the top right of the page. While name brands are listed for some items, you are not required to purchase the name-brand version of any item.
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