Sedalia School District 200 on Sunday (Feb. 22) held a recognition reception for donors to Smith-Cotton Stadium at Jennie Jaynes Complex, and the event included a tour of the $6 million facility. After the tour, donors were thanked for their contributions and given a photograph of the complex as a token of appreciation.
The Sedalia 200 School Board met in the Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School on Monday night (Oct. 28). One of the items on the board’s agenda was the stadium design for the new athletic complex planned on the grounds of Smith-Cotton High School. The board approved the layout design, and the school district will now be seeking bids for the stadium.
The Sedalia 200 School Board met at Horace Mann Elementary School on Monday night (Sept. 10) for its regularly scheduled meeting. Prior to the meeting, a special public session was held on the funding for the planned sports complex at Smith-Cotton High School.
There have been a lot of people that asked questions about the new Smith-Cotton High School stadium being proposed. While many have said that the complex has become outdated and needs upgrades or replacing, some have pointed out that in the process of the Sedalia School District getting the tax levy to build the high school, the athletic complex was cut out of the project in order for the levy to
The Sedalia City Council announced on Tuesday afternoon that they've approved the purchase of the Jennie Jaynes Stadium from the Sedalia 200 School District in a closed session meeting. The purchase is a step towards tearing the stadium down and establishing a community center in Sedalia.
During the work session prior to the city council meeting Monday night (Aug. 5), 4th Ward City Councilman Larry Stevenson passed out a written proposal in the form of a motion that would have the city council authorize the Sedalia Parks Department to purchase the Jennie Jaynes Sports Complex from the Sedalia School District for $1 million. Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn expressed her disapproval of Ste