At the start of the Jan. 13 work session, Smith-Cotton Junior High Principal Jason Curry led the Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education, as well as district administrators and staff, on a tour of recent upgrades at the school. Curry showed off the new seats in the auditorium, the result of a generous gift from benefactor Sue Heckart.
The seats were installed over a three-day period by district maintenance staff. The board also toured one of three new computer labs located in the FEMA Building on the junior high campus. Each lab contains 32 student computers, which are in use regularly and will provide greater capacity for standardized test periods.
Board President Dr. Jeff Sharp said, “It is important for the public to see this building being used to its maximum capacity. This is a good building, and it will be a good building for years to come.” Photos courtesy Sedalia School District 200.