Sedalia School District 200 opened for class Thursday


Horace Mann Elementary kindergartner Aryssa McKee has her photo taken with her father, Jordan McKee Thursday morning. Aryssa was brought to her first day of school by her father and mother Hailey Bridges. Thursday was the first day of school for Sedalia School District 200.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Best friends, Bella Blackaby, left, and Camdyn Jones, first graders at Horace Mann Elementary School, pose for a photo Thursday morning before going into school. “They’re buddies,” Holly Blackaby, Bella’s mother, said. Her father, Bill Blackaby, added that the girls are inseparable and play basketball and soccer together.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Horace Mann Elementary Instructional Coach Courtney Davis, right, greets students at the school’s gymnasium entrance Thursday morning. “I’m excited to start a new day,” Davis said.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

On the first day of school, for Sedalia School District 200, Horace Mann Elementary School crossing guard, Ernie Lancaster, stops traffic for first grader Bella Blackaby and her father Bill Blackaby. Bella was brought to school by both her father and her mother Holly Blackaby.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Horace Mann Elementary kindergartner Aryssa McKee has her photo taken with her father, Jordan McKee Thursday morning. Aryssa was brought to her first day of school by her father and mother Hailey Bridges. Thursday was the first day of school for Sedalia School District 200.

Best friends, Bella Blackaby, left, and Camdyn Jones, first graders at Horace Mann Elementary School, pose for a photo Thursday morning before going into school. “They’re buddies,” Holly Blackaby, Bella’s mother, said. Her father, Bill Blackaby, added that the girls are inseparable and play basketball and soccer together.

Horace Mann Elementary Instructional Coach Courtney Davis, right, greets students at the school’s gymnasium entrance Thursday morning. “I’m excited to start a new day,” Davis said.

On the first day of school, for Sedalia School District 200, Horace Mann Elementary School crossing guard, Ernie Lancaster, stops traffic for first grader Bella Blackaby and her father Bill Blackaby. Bella was brought to school by both her father and her mother Holly Blackaby.

Horace Mann Elementary kindergartner Aryssa McKee has her photo taken with her father, Jordan McKee Thursday morning. Aryssa was brought to her first day of school by her father and mother Hailey Bridges. Thursday was the first day of school for Sedalia School District 200.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_TSD082616BackToSchool-1.jpgHorace Mann Elementary kindergartner Aryssa McKee has her photo taken with her father, Jordan McKee Thursday morning. Aryssa was brought to her first day of school by her father and mother Hailey Bridges. Thursday was the first day of school for Sedalia School District 200. Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Best friends, Bella Blackaby, left, and Camdyn Jones, first graders at Horace Mann Elementary School, pose for a photo Thursday morning before going into school. “They’re buddies,” Holly Blackaby, Bella’s mother, said. Her father, Bill Blackaby, added that the girls are inseparable and play basketball and soccer together.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_TSD082616BackToSchool-2.jpgBest friends, Bella Blackaby, left, and Camdyn Jones, first graders at Horace Mann Elementary School, pose for a photo Thursday morning before going into school. “They’re buddies,” Holly Blackaby, Bella’s mother, said. Her father, Bill Blackaby, added that the girls are inseparable and play basketball and soccer together. Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Horace Mann Elementary Instructional Coach Courtney Davis, right, greets students at the school’s gymnasium entrance Thursday morning. “I’m excited to start a new day,” Davis said.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_TSD082616BackToSchool-3.jpgHorace Mann Elementary Instructional Coach Courtney Davis, right, greets students at the school’s gymnasium entrance Thursday morning. “I’m excited to start a new day,” Davis said. Faith Bemiss | Democrat

On the first day of school, for Sedalia School District 200, Horace Mann Elementary School crossing guard, Ernie Lancaster, stops traffic for first grader Bella Blackaby and her father Bill Blackaby. Bella was brought to school by both her father and her mother Holly Blackaby.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_TSD082616BackToSchool-4.jpgOn the first day of school, for Sedalia School District 200, Horace Mann Elementary School crossing guard, Ernie Lancaster, stops traffic for first grader Bella Blackaby and her father Bill Blackaby. Bella was brought to school by both her father and her mother Holly Blackaby. Faith Bemiss | Democrat
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