The final countdown


Students in Sedalia 200 begin final week of classes

Adam Welschmeyer smiles as he falls on the ground after playing on a spinning ride at Centennial Park during the Sedalia Middle School Field Day and Year-End Party on Monday afternoon. Students who had completed all of their Tiger Stripes throughout the year were given the opportunity to spend a day at the park with their classmates while enjoying the bright sunny day.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Caleb Ehlers enjoys time on one of the spring rides at Centennial Park Monday afternoon. The Sedalia Middle School students spent the day playing and were treated to a picnic lunch on their final Monday of classes for the 2015-16 school year.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Rather than trying to catch snowflakes on his tongue, Jasson Reyes tries to pop bubbles with his mouth during a warm spring day Monday at Centennial Park. Reyes and his classmates spent several minutes laughing and playing with bubbles during their field day.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Sabin Czajak holds his bubble wand to let some of the excess liquid drop off before blowing bubbles for his classmates Camden Hoecker and Jasson Reyes to try to pop. The boys were spending an afternoon at Centennial Park with classes from Sedalia Middle School. Friday is the last day of classes for students in the Sedalia School District 200.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Camden Hoecker, a fifth-grade student, leans in to pop a bubble at Centennial Park Monday afternoon. Hoecker and three of his friends were spending part of their time under a shade tree making up rules for a game they had created that involved popping bubbles.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Fifth-grade Sedalia Middle School student Kaden Jones lets the breeze blow bubbles for some of his teammates to catch and pop during the end-of-the-year field day and party Monday afternoon at Centennial Park.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Isabelle Tsurkan waits at the top of a slide before sliding down to meet her friends who were waiting for her. Students who had completed their Tiger Stripes during the school year at the Sedalia Middle School were treated to a day of fun and a picnic at Centennial Park on Monday.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Morgan King sits atop the fire engine playground equipment at Centennial Park on Monday during the SMS afternoon at the park, a reward for completing his Tiger Stripes activities.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Adam Welschmeyer smiles as he falls on the ground after playing on a spinning ride at Centennial Park during the Sedalia Middle School Field Day and Year-End Party on Monday afternoon. Students who had completed all of their Tiger Stripes throughout the year were given the opportunity to spend a day at the park with their classmates while enjoying the bright sunny day.

Caleb Ehlers enjoys time on one of the spring rides at Centennial Park Monday afternoon. The Sedalia Middle School students spent the day playing and were treated to a picnic lunch on their final Monday of classes for the 2015-16 school year.

Rather than trying to catch snowflakes on his tongue, Jasson Reyes tries to pop bubbles with his mouth during a warm spring day Monday at Centennial Park. Reyes and his classmates spent several minutes laughing and playing with bubbles during their field day.

Sabin Czajak holds his bubble wand to let some of the excess liquid drop off before blowing bubbles for his classmates Camden Hoecker and Jasson Reyes to try to pop. The boys were spending an afternoon at Centennial Park with classes from Sedalia Middle School. Friday is the last day of classes for students in the Sedalia School District 200.

Camden Hoecker, a fifth-grade student, leans in to pop a bubble at Centennial Park Monday afternoon. Hoecker and three of his friends were spending part of their time under a shade tree making up rules for a game they had created that involved popping bubbles.

Fifth-grade Sedalia Middle School student Kaden Jones lets the breeze blow bubbles for some of his teammates to catch and pop during the end-of-the-year field day and party Monday afternoon at Centennial Park.

Isabelle Tsurkan waits at the top of a slide before sliding down to meet her friends who were waiting for her. Students who had completed their Tiger Stripes during the school year at the Sedalia Middle School were treated to a day of fun and a picnic at Centennial Park on Monday.

Morgan King sits atop the fire engine playground equipment at Centennial Park on Monday during the SMS afternoon at the park, a reward for completing his Tiger Stripes activities.

Adam Welschmeyer smiles as he falls on the ground after playing on a spinning ride at Centennial Park during the Sedalia Middle School Field Day and Year-End Party on Monday afternoon. Students who had completed all of their Tiger Stripes throughout the year were given the opportunity to spend a day at the park with their classmates while enjoying the bright sunny day.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_tsd052416sms1.jpgAdam Welschmeyer smiles as he falls on the ground after playing on a spinning ride at Centennial Park during the Sedalia Middle School Field Day and Year-End Party on Monday afternoon. Students who had completed all of their Tiger Stripes throughout the year were given the opportunity to spend a day at the park with their classmates while enjoying the bright sunny day. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Caleb Ehlers enjoys time on one of the spring rides at Centennial Park Monday afternoon. The Sedalia Middle School students spent the day playing and were treated to a picnic lunch on their final Monday of classes for the 2015-16 school year.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_tsd052416sms2.jpgCaleb Ehlers enjoys time on one of the spring rides at Centennial Park Monday afternoon. The Sedalia Middle School students spent the day playing and were treated to a picnic lunch on their final Monday of classes for the 2015-16 school year. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Rather than trying to catch snowflakes on his tongue, Jasson Reyes tries to pop bubbles with his mouth during a warm spring day Monday at Centennial Park. Reyes and his classmates spent several minutes laughing and playing with bubbles during their field day.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_tsd052416sms3.jpgRather than trying to catch snowflakes on his tongue, Jasson Reyes tries to pop bubbles with his mouth during a warm spring day Monday at Centennial Park. Reyes and his classmates spent several minutes laughing and playing with bubbles during their field day. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Sabin Czajak holds his bubble wand to let some of the excess liquid drop off before blowing bubbles for his classmates Camden Hoecker and Jasson Reyes to try to pop. The boys were spending an afternoon at Centennial Park with classes from Sedalia Middle School. Friday is the last day of classes for students in the Sedalia School District 200.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_tsd052416sms4.jpgSabin Czajak holds his bubble wand to let some of the excess liquid drop off before blowing bubbles for his classmates Camden Hoecker and Jasson Reyes to try to pop. The boys were spending an afternoon at Centennial Park with classes from Sedalia Middle School. Friday is the last day of classes for students in the Sedalia School District 200. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Camden Hoecker, a fifth-grade student, leans in to pop a bubble at Centennial Park Monday afternoon. Hoecker and three of his friends were spending part of their time under a shade tree making up rules for a game they had created that involved popping bubbles.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_tsd052416sms5.jpgCamden Hoecker, a fifth-grade student, leans in to pop a bubble at Centennial Park Monday afternoon. Hoecker and three of his friends were spending part of their time under a shade tree making up rules for a game they had created that involved popping bubbles. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Fifth-grade Sedalia Middle School student Kaden Jones lets the breeze blow bubbles for some of his teammates to catch and pop during the end-of-the-year field day and party Monday afternoon at Centennial Park.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_tsd052416sms6.jpgFifth-grade Sedalia Middle School student Kaden Jones lets the breeze blow bubbles for some of his teammates to catch and pop during the end-of-the-year field day and party Monday afternoon at Centennial Park. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Isabelle Tsurkan waits at the top of a slide before sliding down to meet her friends who were waiting for her. Students who had completed their Tiger Stripes during the school year at the Sedalia Middle School were treated to a day of fun and a picnic at Centennial Park on Monday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_tsd052416sms7.jpgIsabelle Tsurkan waits at the top of a slide before sliding down to meet her friends who were waiting for her. Students who had completed their Tiger Stripes during the school year at the Sedalia Middle School were treated to a day of fun and a picnic at Centennial Park on Monday. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Morgan King sits atop the fire engine playground equipment at Centennial Park on Monday during the SMS afternoon at the park, a reward for completing his Tiger Stripes activities.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_tsd052416sms8.jpgMorgan King sits atop the fire engine playground equipment at Centennial Park on Monday during the SMS afternoon at the park, a reward for completing his Tiger Stripes activities. Hope Lecchi | Democrat
Students in Sedalia 200 begin final week of classes
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