Mr. Steve Triplett, Superintendent

Phone: 660-829-6470

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Mr. Steve Triplett, Superintendent

Mr. Triplett knows Sedalia 200 well, having graduated from Smith-Cotton High School in 1983 and working in the district as a teacher, coach and administrator since 1993. He earned a bachelor’s degree in education from Missouri Southern State College in 1989, a master’s in Secondary Education from the University of Central Missouri in 2001 and his Education Specialist in Administration certification from William Woods University in 2008. Mr. Triplett has two sons, Peyton and Harper.

Dr. Nancy Scott, Assistant Superintendent

Phone: 660-829-6454

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Dr. Nancy Scott, Assistant Superintendent

Dr. Scott has an extensive background in special education and student services. She oversees human resources for the district, as well as student support services, McKinney-Vento homeless grant programs, English Language Learner programming and other issues.

Mr. Chris Pyle, Assistant Superintendent

Phone: 660-829-6457

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Mr. Chris Pyle, Assistant Superintendent

As an Assistant Superintendent, Mr. Pyle's areas of duty include the district's Special Services Department, Buildings and Grounds, and Student Services. He is thankful to be a part of what he believes is a wonderful Sedalia School District #200 team. Mr. Pyle believes every day is a great day to be a tiger and it shows through the dedicated staff and excellent students.

Dr. Todd Fraley, Assistant Superintendent

Phone: 660-829-6456

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Dr. Todd Fraley, Assistant Superintendent

Dr. Fraley's educational career began over 20 years ago as a special education teacher at Smith-Cotton High School. Since that time Dr. Fraley has served Sedalia School District 200 as Smith-Cotton Special Education coordinator, Smith-Cotton assistant principal, and principal of Horace Mann Elementary. He holds a bachelors of science degree in Public Relations from West Virginia University, a master's degree in Special Education and a specialist certification in Administration from the University of Central Missouri, and a doctorate in Educational Leadership from William Woods University. Dr. Fraley believes students learn best is a safe, secure, loving environment where there exists student choice in learning, goal setting, and opportunities to solve real problems. Students should feel safe to fail and be encouraged to learn from those failures in order to find success and create the pioneers of the future. Education should be more about asking the right questions than memorizing answers. 

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