S-C homecoming weekend schedule announced


Young and old prepare for homecoming activities

Office aid Courtney Koetting wears her grandfathers clothing Wednesday at Smith-Cotton High School for baby and senior day. As part of Spirit Week for Homecoming, Koetting said she decided to go all out for the week this year and planned to dress up the remaining days of the week. Thursday is “Gilligan’s Island” and “Love Boat” Day and Friday is Black and Gold Day. Smith-Cotton will play Clinton at 7:00p.m. Friday.


Smith-Cotton math teacher Lensie Means and Heather Clancy, a world history teacher, dress as babies for Spirit Week. Means said she decided to dress up to try to get more students, especially the freshmen, involved in Homecoming and school spirit.


Freshman Tyler Jaekel gets a history lesson about past Homecomings from his older friend, senior Carlton Homan. Holman said as a senior he was trying to get younger students involved in taking pride in the school. “It’s always fun to dress up on these days,” Homan said. “Besides, it’s good to get a laugh out of the younger kids.”


Emilee Edgar opens her applesauce at lunch Wednesday afternoon at Smith-Cotton. Edgar said the dress was one that belonged to her mother years ago. Edgar, a senior, plans to dress up the remaining days of spirit week since this is her last year to participate in the activities as a student.


Young and old prepare for homecoming activities

Office aid Courtney Koetting wears her grandfathers clothing Wednesday at Smith-Cotton High School for baby and senior day. As part of Spirit Week for Homecoming, Koetting said she decided to go all out for the week this year and planned to dress up the remaining days of the week. Thursday is “Gilligan’s Island” and “Love Boat” Day and Friday is Black and Gold Day. Smith-Cotton will play Clinton at 7:00p.m. Friday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_tsd100115seniors11.jpgOffice aid Courtney Koetting wears her grandfathers clothing Wednesday at Smith-Cotton High School for baby and senior day. As part of Spirit Week for Homecoming, Koetting said she decided to go all out for the week this year and planned to dress up the remaining days of the week. Thursday is “Gilligan’s Island” and “Love Boat” Day and Friday is Black and Gold Day. Smith-Cotton will play Clinton at 7:00p.m. Friday.

Smith-Cotton math teacher Lensie Means and Heather Clancy, a world history teacher, dress as babies for Spirit Week. Means said she decided to dress up to try to get more students, especially the freshmen, involved in Homecoming and school spirit.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_tsd100115seniors21.jpgSmith-Cotton math teacher Lensie Means and Heather Clancy, a world history teacher, dress as babies for Spirit Week. Means said she decided to dress up to try to get more students, especially the freshmen, involved in Homecoming and school spirit.

Freshman Tyler Jaekel gets a history lesson about past Homecomings from his older friend, senior Carlton Homan. Holman said as a senior he was trying to get younger students involved in taking pride in the school. “It’s always fun to dress up on these days,” Homan said. “Besides, it’s good to get a laugh out of the younger kids.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_tsd100115seniors31.jpgFreshman Tyler Jaekel gets a history lesson about past Homecomings from his older friend, senior Carlton Homan. Holman said as a senior he was trying to get younger students involved in taking pride in the school. “It’s always fun to dress up on these days,” Homan said. “Besides, it’s good to get a laugh out of the younger kids.”

Emilee Edgar opens her applesauce at lunch Wednesday afternoon at Smith-Cotton. Edgar said the dress was one that belonged to her mother years ago. Edgar, a senior, plans to dress up the remaining days of spirit week since this is her last year to participate in the activities as a student.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_tsd100115seniors51.jpgEmilee Edgar opens her applesauce at lunch Wednesday afternoon at Smith-Cotton. Edgar said the dress was one that belonged to her mother years ago. Edgar, a senior, plans to dress up the remaining days of spirit week since this is her last year to participate in the activities as a student.

Friday

3 p.m.: Student Council Homecoming Parade in downtown Sedalia

5 to 7 p.m.: Sedalia School District Foundation (SSDF) Tailgate Party at Tiger Stadium at the Jennie Jaynes Activities Complex, 2010 Tiger Pride Blvd.

• Complimentary cook-out (donations accepted)

7 p.m.: The Smith-Cotton Tigers take on Clinton High School

Saturday

7:30 to 9:30 a.m.: SSDF Pancake and Sausage Breakfast at the Smith-Cotton Junior High Cafeteria, 312 E. Broadway Blvd.

• Advance tickets are $4 and are available from Foundation Board Members or by calling 829-2562

• Tickets at the door are $5

• Campus tours will be available, including auditorium, which was renovated last year

• Entertainment provided by Future Alumni

9:30 to 11:30 a.m.: Tour Smith-Cotton High School, 2010 Tiger Pride Blvd.

• Learn about opportunities for “Leaving a Legacy”

11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.: SSDF Distinguished Alumni Ceremony at Smith-Cotton High School, Heckart Performing Arts Center

• Kim Anderson will be honored as the District’s 2015 Distinguished Alumni

All events are sponsored by the Sedalia School District Foundation.

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