Country vs Rock on Wacky Wednesday


Sedalia 200 readies for Homecoming

Axle Rose and Slash make an appearance in a hallway at Smith-Cotton High School on Wednesday for the “Country vs. Rock” spirit day for Homecoming. Ashley Young, who is a freshman world history teacher at the high school, said he dressed up to promote school spirit. Matt Smith, a sophomore, who dressed like one of his inspirations “Slash,” said he purchased his wig and hat at Party City but had the guitar for four years. He added that he had been playing the guitar for more than seven years.


Hope Lecchi|Democrat

Although their desks hide part of their outfits, things got a little “hairy” for Sedalia Middle School students Chloe Reith and Adelaide Vanetta on “Wacky Wednesday” for Homecoming Week. Students throughout the Sedalia School District 200 chose different themed days to dress up and show their Tiger spirit. Smith-Cotton Homecoming is Friday with the parade starting at 3 p.m. and the football game between S-C and Nevada beginning at 7 p.m.


Hope Lecchi|Democrat

With wild hair and wacky clothes, Smith-Cotton Middle School students, from left, Laura Baldinger, Elinor Beard and Annie Mills show their spirit during “Wacky Wednesday.” The fifth grade students were supposed to dress in mismatched clothing and patterns. Many wore different socks and shoes and chose different hairstyles for the day.


Hope Lecchi|Democrat

Haden Stock, a freshman at Smith Cotton High School, dressed in his western attire for the “Country vs. Rock” spirit day for S-C’s Homecoming while his friend Nicholas Anderson looks on at lunch. Stock said he likes to participate in the special occasion days the school has.


Hope Lecchi|Democrat

Smith-Cotton High School ESOL teacher Melissa Lackey gets ready to rock before beginning to teach her class Wednesday morning. Lackey said she tried to dress in costume for each spirit day at the school as a way to encourage her students to participate in S-C’s Homecoming activities. The school will host the Distinguished Alumni Ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Friday. The parade begins at 3 p.m. downtown followed by the Foundation Tiger Tailgate at 5 p.m. and the football game at 7 p.m.


Hope Lecchi|Democrat

Axle Rose and Slash make an appearance in a hallway at Smith-Cotton High School on Wednesday for the “Country vs. Rock” spirit day for Homecoming. Ashley Young, who is a freshman world history teacher at the high school, said he dressed up to promote school spirit. Matt Smith, a sophomore, who dressed like one of his inspirations “Slash,” said he purchased his wig and hat at Party City but had the guitar for four years. He added that he had been playing the guitar for more than seven years.

Although their desks hide part of their outfits, things got a little “hairy” for Sedalia Middle School students Chloe Reith and Adelaide Vanetta on “Wacky Wednesday” for Homecoming Week. Students throughout the Sedalia School District 200 chose different themed days to dress up and show their Tiger spirit. Smith-Cotton Homecoming is Friday with the parade starting at 3 p.m. and the football game between S-C and Nevada beginning at 7 p.m.

With wild hair and wacky clothes, Smith-Cotton Middle School students, from left, Laura Baldinger, Elinor Beard and Annie Mills show their spirit during “Wacky Wednesday.” The fifth grade students were supposed to dress in mismatched clothing and patterns. Many wore different socks and shoes and chose different hairstyles for the day.

Haden Stock, a freshman at Smith Cotton High School, dressed in his western attire for the “Country vs. Rock” spirit day for S-C’s Homecoming while his friend Nicholas Anderson looks on at lunch. Stock said he likes to participate in the special occasion days the school has.

Smith-Cotton High School ESOL teacher Melissa Lackey gets ready to rock before beginning to teach her class Wednesday morning. Lackey said she tried to dress in costume for each spirit day at the school as a way to encourage her students to participate in S-C’s Homecoming activities. The school will host the Distinguished Alumni Ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Friday. The parade begins at 3 p.m. downtown followed by the Foundation Tiger Tailgate at 5 p.m. and the football game at 7 p.m.

Axle Rose and Slash make an appearance in a hallway at Smith-Cotton High School on Wednesday for the “Country vs. Rock” spirit day for Homecoming. Ashley Young, who is a freshman world history teacher at the high school, said he dressed up to promote school spirit. Matt Smith, a sophomore, who dressed like one of his inspirations “Slash,” said he purchased his wig and hat at Party City but had the guitar for four years. He added that he had been playing the guitar for more than seven years.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_tsd091516homecoming1.jpgAxle Rose and Slash make an appearance in a hallway at Smith-Cotton High School on Wednesday for the “Country vs. Rock” spirit day for Homecoming. Ashley Young, who is a freshman world history teacher at the high school, said he dressed up to promote school spirit. Matt Smith, a sophomore, who dressed like one of his inspirations “Slash,” said he purchased his wig and hat at Party City but had the guitar for four years. He added that he had been playing the guitar for more than seven years. Hope Lecchi|Democrat

Although their desks hide part of their outfits, things got a little “hairy” for Sedalia Middle School students Chloe Reith and Adelaide Vanetta on “Wacky Wednesday” for Homecoming Week. Students throughout the Sedalia School District 200 chose different themed days to dress up and show their Tiger spirit. Smith-Cotton Homecoming is Friday with the parade starting at 3 p.m. and the football game between S-C and Nevada beginning at 7 p.m.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_tsd091516homecoming2.jpgAlthough their desks hide part of their outfits, things got a little “hairy” for Sedalia Middle School students Chloe Reith and Adelaide Vanetta on “Wacky Wednesday” for Homecoming Week. Students throughout the Sedalia School District 200 chose different themed days to dress up and show their Tiger spirit. Smith-Cotton Homecoming is Friday with the parade starting at 3 p.m. and the football game between S-C and Nevada beginning at 7 p.m. Hope Lecchi|Democrat

With wild hair and wacky clothes, Smith-Cotton Middle School students, from left, Laura Baldinger, Elinor Beard and Annie Mills show their spirit during “Wacky Wednesday.” The fifth grade students were supposed to dress in mismatched clothing and patterns. Many wore different socks and shoes and chose different hairstyles for the day.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_tsd091516homecoming3.jpgWith wild hair and wacky clothes, Smith-Cotton Middle School students, from left, Laura Baldinger, Elinor Beard and Annie Mills show their spirit during “Wacky Wednesday.” The fifth grade students were supposed to dress in mismatched clothing and patterns. Many wore different socks and shoes and chose different hairstyles for the day. Hope Lecchi|Democrat

Haden Stock, a freshman at Smith Cotton High School, dressed in his western attire for the “Country vs. Rock” spirit day for S-C’s Homecoming while his friend Nicholas Anderson looks on at lunch. Stock said he likes to participate in the special occasion days the school has.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_tsd091516homecoming4.jpgHaden Stock, a freshman at Smith Cotton High School, dressed in his western attire for the “Country vs. Rock” spirit day for S-C’s Homecoming while his friend Nicholas Anderson looks on at lunch. Stock said he likes to participate in the special occasion days the school has. Hope Lecchi|Democrat

Smith-Cotton High School ESOL teacher Melissa Lackey gets ready to rock before beginning to teach her class Wednesday morning. Lackey said she tried to dress in costume for each spirit day at the school as a way to encourage her students to participate in S-C’s Homecoming activities. The school will host the Distinguished Alumni Ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Friday. The parade begins at 3 p.m. downtown followed by the Foundation Tiger Tailgate at 5 p.m. and the football game at 7 p.m.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_tsd091516homecoming5.jpgSmith-Cotton High School ESOL teacher Melissa Lackey gets ready to rock before beginning to teach her class Wednesday morning. Lackey said she tried to dress in costume for each spirit day at the school as a way to encourage her students to participate in S-C’s Homecoming activities. The school will host the Distinguished Alumni Ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Friday. The parade begins at 3 p.m. downtown followed by the Foundation Tiger Tailgate at 5 p.m. and the football game at 7 p.m. Hope Lecchi|Democrat
Sedalia 200 readies for Homecoming
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