The Sedalia School District conducted a Student Resource Fair Tuesday night (April 15) at the Smith-Cotton Jr. High FEMA Building. The Sedalia School District brought  in community agencies such as Boys & Girls Club of West Central Missouri, State Fair Community College Hygeine, Childsafe, CACTUS, Social Services and other organizations to inform parents about different programs available to them.

Dena Clark, Smith-Cotton High School Social Worker was pleased with the large turnout for the free event and looks forward to it each year.

The event was free for students to learn more information about health care, multi-cultural services, youth services, housing and more. In addition to the information distributed, the Sedalia School District gave kids the chance to play games to win trinkets, games and books. Kids had the chance to play games such as a book walk, plinko and math games, where they could win tickets and get the chance to get school and play items.

Students could also use extra tickets to vote for their school principal to kiss a pig. Principal Bill Betteridge of Heber Hunt Elementary won the distinction of kissing the pig.