S-C goes Around the World


Students decked out to celebrate Courtwarming

Senior Courtney Koetting, smiles broadly as she displays her spirit. Koetting said she and several friends painted their faces as well as dressed up for the first day of the weeklong Courtwarming celebration. Koetting said she won a free yearbook last year because of her outfits during the week and also won a yearbook this year, but she still liked to go all out for the event especially since this would be her last opportunity as a senior to do so at Smith-Cotton.


From left, freshman Ethan Edwards, senior Seth Fraley and senior Daniel Sheremet each have a different take on Uncle Sam as they stand outside the Dr. Harriet Wolfe Media Center at S-C Monday afternoon. Edwards said he bought his hat years ago as a young boy. Fraley re-purposed his from last year’s prom. Sheremet said he had many of his outfit’s pieces prior to this week but anything that was flag-related he purchased at Hobby Lobby to complete his look.


Jonathon Stewart smiles as he eats his lunch Monday during the final lunch shift Monday afternoon at Smith-Cotton. A senior, Stewart said he didn’t know if he would participate in the other days of Courtwarming. He said he had all of the clothing he wore Monday and felt it would be a fun to dress up on the day to celebrate America.


Smith-Cotton teachers Lensie Means, left, and Heather Clancy display their patriotism and Tiger Pride for their students Monday. The two teachers went all out for Spirit Week during homecoming for football and already have plans for the rest of this week. Members of student council choose the spirit days as part of the district’s Courtwarming traditions. Means and Clancy said they owned most of the clothes they were wearing but did purchase their American flag tights and wigs online. The two said they take part to try to encourage their students to participate in the activities.


Erika Hilario waits in line in the cafeteria during her lunch shift decked out in red, white and blue from head to toe. The freshman student said she had plans to participate each day of Courtwarming but wanted to keep her ideas a secret.


S-C students Sam Kindle, left, and Jake Brown battle it out to see who has the most American and school spirit as they pose for a yearbook photo during their lunch shift at Smith-Cotton High School on Monday. The two boys said they had plans to dress up each day this week to show off how much they love their school and America. Monday was the first day of Courtwarming Week, with the theme Around the World. Monday the students celebrated America. Tuesday is Wild West Day, Wednesday is Throwback Day, Thursday is International Day and Friday is Black and Gold Day. The varsity boys and girls will face Warrensburg at 5:30 p.m. Friday night. The Athletic Hall of Fame Induction and Coronation Ceremony will also be a part of the evening’s activities.


Students decked out to celebrate Courtwarming

Senior Courtney Koetting, smiles broadly as she displays her spirit. Koetting said she and several friends painted their faces as well as dressed up for the first day of the weeklong Courtwarming celebration. Koetting said she won a free yearbook last year because of her outfits during the week and also won a yearbook this year, but she still liked to go all out for the event especially since this would be her last opportunity as a senior to do so at Smith-Cotton.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_tsd022316homecoming2.jpgSenior Courtney Koetting, smiles broadly as she displays her spirit. Koetting said she and several friends painted their faces as well as dressed up for the first day of the weeklong Courtwarming celebration. Koetting said she won a free yearbook last year because of her outfits during the week and also won a yearbook this year, but she still liked to go all out for the event especially since this would be her last opportunity as a senior to do so at Smith-Cotton.

From left, freshman Ethan Edwards, senior Seth Fraley and senior Daniel Sheremet each have a different take on Uncle Sam as they stand outside the Dr. Harriet Wolfe Media Center at S-C Monday afternoon. Edwards said he bought his hat years ago as a young boy. Fraley re-purposed his from last year’s prom. Sheremet said he had many of his outfit’s pieces prior to this week but anything that was flag-related he purchased at Hobby Lobby to complete his look.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_tsd022316homecoming3.jpgFrom left, freshman Ethan Edwards, senior Seth Fraley and senior Daniel Sheremet each have a different take on Uncle Sam as they stand outside the Dr. Harriet Wolfe Media Center at S-C Monday afternoon. Edwards said he bought his hat years ago as a young boy. Fraley re-purposed his from last year’s prom. Sheremet said he had many of his outfit’s pieces prior to this week but anything that was flag-related he purchased at Hobby Lobby to complete his look.

Jonathon Stewart smiles as he eats his lunch Monday during the final lunch shift Monday afternoon at Smith-Cotton. A senior, Stewart said he didn’t know if he would participate in the other days of Courtwarming. He said he had all of the clothing he wore Monday and felt it would be a fun to dress up on the day to celebrate America.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_tsd022316homecoming4.jpgJonathon Stewart smiles as he eats his lunch Monday during the final lunch shift Monday afternoon at Smith-Cotton. A senior, Stewart said he didn’t know if he would participate in the other days of Courtwarming. He said he had all of the clothing he wore Monday and felt it would be a fun to dress up on the day to celebrate America.

Smith-Cotton teachers Lensie Means, left, and Heather Clancy display their patriotism and Tiger Pride for their students Monday. The two teachers went all out for Spirit Week during homecoming for football and already have plans for the rest of this week. Members of student council choose the spirit days as part of the district’s Courtwarming traditions. Means and Clancy said they owned most of the clothes they were wearing but did purchase their American flag tights and wigs online. The two said they take part to try to encourage their students to participate in the activities.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_tsd022316homecoming5.jpgSmith-Cotton teachers Lensie Means, left, and Heather Clancy display their patriotism and Tiger Pride for their students Monday. The two teachers went all out for Spirit Week during homecoming for football and already have plans for the rest of this week. Members of student council choose the spirit days as part of the district’s Courtwarming traditions. Means and Clancy said they owned most of the clothes they were wearing but did purchase their American flag tights and wigs online. The two said they take part to try to encourage their students to participate in the activities.

Erika Hilario waits in line in the cafeteria during her lunch shift decked out in red, white and blue from head to toe. The freshman student said she had plans to participate each day of Courtwarming but wanted to keep her ideas a secret.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_tsd022316homecoming6.jpgErika Hilario waits in line in the cafeteria during her lunch shift decked out in red, white and blue from head to toe. The freshman student said she had plans to participate each day of Courtwarming but wanted to keep her ideas a secret.

S-C students Sam Kindle, left, and Jake Brown battle it out to see who has the most American and school spirit as they pose for a yearbook photo during their lunch shift at Smith-Cotton High School on Monday. The two boys said they had plans to dress up each day this week to show off how much they love their school and America. Monday was the first day of Courtwarming Week, with the theme Around the World. Monday the students celebrated America. Tuesday is Wild West Day, Wednesday is Throwback Day, Thursday is International Day and Friday is Black and Gold Day. The varsity boys and girls will face Warrensburg at 5:30 p.m. Friday night. The Athletic Hall of Fame Induction and Coronation Ceremony will also be a part of the evening’s activities.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_tsd022316homecoming1.jpgS-C students Sam Kindle, left, and Jake Brown battle it out to see who has the most American and school spirit as they pose for a yearbook photo during their lunch shift at Smith-Cotton High School on Monday. The two boys said they had plans to dress up each day this week to show off how much they love their school and America. Monday was the first day of Courtwarming Week, with the theme Around the World. Monday the students celebrated America. Tuesday is Wild West Day, Wednesday is Throwback Day, Thursday is International Day and Friday is Black and Gold Day. The varsity boys and girls will face Warrensburg at 5:30 p.m. Friday night. The Athletic Hall of Fame Induction and Coronation Ceremony will also be a part of the evening’s activities.

Senior Courtney Koetting, smiles broadly as she displays her spirit. Koetting said she and several friends painted their faces as well as dressed up for the first day of the weeklong Courtwarming celebration. Koetting said she won a free yearbook last year because of her outfits during the week and also won a yearbook this year, but she still liked to go all out for the event especially since this would be her last opportunity as a senior to do so at Smith-Cotton.

From left, freshman Ethan Edwards, senior Seth Fraley and senior Daniel Sheremet each have a different take on Uncle Sam as they stand outside the Dr. Harriet Wolfe Media Center at S-C Monday afternoon. Edwards said he bought his hat years ago as a young boy. Fraley re-purposed his from last year’s prom. Sheremet said he had many of his outfit’s pieces prior to this week but anything that was flag-related he purchased at Hobby Lobby to complete his look.

Jonathon Stewart smiles as he eats his lunch Monday during the final lunch shift Monday afternoon at Smith-Cotton. A senior, Stewart said he didn’t know if he would participate in the other days of Courtwarming. He said he had all of the clothing he wore Monday and felt it would be a fun to dress up on the day to celebrate America.

Smith-Cotton teachers Lensie Means, left, and Heather Clancy display their patriotism and Tiger Pride for their students Monday. The two teachers went all out for Spirit Week during homecoming for football and already have plans for the rest of this week. Members of student council choose the spirit days as part of the district’s Courtwarming traditions. Means and Clancy said they owned most of the clothes they were wearing but did purchase their American flag tights and wigs online. The two said they take part to try to encourage their students to participate in the activities.

Erika Hilario waits in line in the cafeteria during her lunch shift decked out in red, white and blue from head to toe. The freshman student said she had plans to participate each day of Courtwarming but wanted to keep her ideas a secret.

S-C students Sam Kindle, left, and Jake Brown battle it out to see who has the most American and school spirit as they pose for a yearbook photo during their lunch shift at Smith-Cotton High School on Monday. The two boys said they had plans to dress up each day this week to show off how much they love their school and America. Monday was the first day of Courtwarming Week, with the theme Around the World. Monday the students celebrated America. Tuesday is Wild West Day, Wednesday is Throwback Day, Thursday is International Day and Friday is Black and Gold Day. The varsity boys and girls will face Warrensburg at 5:30 p.m. Friday night. The Athletic Hall of Fame Induction and Coronation Ceremony will also be a part of the evening’s activities.

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