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Most will agree that 2020 has been a difficult year from the COVID-19 pandemic to concerns about the economy and what the future will bring. Yet there is much to be thankful for, especially the love … more
The Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education considered several proposals during its meeting Monday night, including added compensation for substitute teacher pay during the pandemic, a new … more
For the first time, the Smith-Cotton High Voltage dance team will be competing in a conference dance competition. The Central Missouri Activities Conference championship will be held Saturday, Nov. … more
For many years, the Sedalia Symphony Society has worked to provide outreach opportunities for youth in the community, and each November, the annual StringFest has accomplished this goal. This year … more
The State Fair Community College Board of Trustees approved a contract for the Olen Howard Workforce Innovation Center on Thursday. Members voted 4-1 to award a contract to finance a portion of … more
Susan Dean has been teaching for as long as she can remember and even jokes that it has been “since dirt has been around.” Dean, an English teacher at Smith-Cotton High, has always … more
With cases of COVID-19 rising throughout Pettis County, the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education met in a special session Monday evening to consider options for keeping students, faculty … more
A popular children’s tale will be presented in a peach of a performance this weekend and next at State Fair Community College. more
While things looked a little different than in years past, the Smith-Cotton High School JROTC still found a way to honor area military members on Veterans Day. more
Sedalia School District 200 has scheduled a Virtual Learning Practice Day for Tuesday, Nov. 17. more
Even if the world was not in the midst of a pandemic, there would still be changes for school districts as each year brings a new set of benchmarks and goals for students and staff.  more
For many schools, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are trying for district families. It is true not only for the students but also for teachers and staff. If an employee’s child contracts the virus or is classified as a close contact and there is not another parent who can stay home with the child, the staff member often must miss work to care for their child. more
The State Fair Community College Board of Trustees faced a slight setback in the next stage of the Olen Howard Workforce Innovation Center by rejecting all contractual bids for the facility’s construction during Thursday’s meeting. more
The Sedalia School District 200 has been approved to receive rapid antigen test kits through the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, according to assistant superintendent Jason … more
The Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education was provided an update on the COVID-19 pandemic during Monday evening’s meeting. more
As the world knows, 2020 has been a year unlike any other. Facing a pandemic, the likes of which few can recall, 2020 has presented challenges for individuals as they struggle to find a sense of “normalcy.” more
With the potential risks of COVID-19, some Smith-Cotton students have chosen to stay home and do online school through the Launch program. Although online schooling can be challenging and unorthodox, these students are trying to take advantage of this education opportunity.  more
The primary purpose of JROTC is to educate the cadets as they prepare for a life beyond high school. For some, that may be a career in the military. For others, the life they choose may include college or the workforce. more
One of the most effective methods of learning is to immerse oneself in a subject. Students enrolled in Smithton High School’s foreign language classes know this to be true. more
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