Mission & Commitment
Our Mission 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 commitment to maximize learning and achievement for all students is accomplished by providing high-quality staff members and exemplary educational experiences for our students.
Sedalia 200 supply lists are available online through Teacher Lists. To find your student's list online:
1. Go to https://www.teacherlists.com/
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 of the page. While name brands are listed for some items, you are not required to purchase the name-brand version of any item.
There is a supply list for Smith-Cotton High freshmen, but due to the number of possible class schedules, all other S-C High students will get lists of needed supplies from their teachers on the first day of school, Aug. 30.
As Smith-Cotton High School begins to look towards its next 100 years, we would like to start collecting feedback to help support the development of our Vision of a Graduate. To begin, we will start with the end in mind as we will work to develop our plan. This survey asks you to identify what skills and characteristics you feel a Smith-Cotton graduate needs to be successful beyond high school.
Transitional kindergarten is designed to bridge the gap between Pre-K and kindergarten. This provides an additional year of early education for younger children who are kindergarten age, but have a summer birthday or do not quite demonstrate kindergarten readiness. Students will work through the kindergarten curriculum at a slower pace.
If your child turns five (5) in May, June or July, this pilot program might be beneficial to them. Children accepted into the transitional kindergarten program will be assessed at the end of the year to determine if their next path should be an additional year in kindergarten or moving on to first grade.
***Please note: If your child is not in the Heber Hunt boundaries, the parent/guardian will be responsible for providing transportation.
The school will notify the parents/guardians if your child is selected for this pilot program.
Tip Line - If you have an emergency please call 911. This site is not monitored 24/7.
MOCAP Online Learning
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. Additional information may be found at https://mocap.mo.gov/.
To download required documents, click on the links below:
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