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Scott County FFA students participated in FFA day at the state capitol Feb. 14. more
Sixth graders from across the North Scott district converged on Lancer Stadium for the final time at the end of the 2018-19 school year for the annual Field Days competition. more
After being inspired by the Fiorito brothers, who started Blankets of Hope in New York City, North Scott  teacher Mrs. Elise Ward and her fifth-grade students at Neil Armstrong and John Glenn elementaries took it upon themselves to make a difference in their community by joining in on the movement. more
The North Scott community has set a stage for growth that schools superintendent Joe Stutting said will fulfill the district vision of “being a place where people choose to learn, work and … more
North Scott's 7th Grade Mock Trial team competed in the Regional Competition on Saturday, Nov. 9 at the Scott County Courthouse, and was one of two teams selected to advance to the State Tournament in Des Moines on Nov. 19 and 20. more
The National FFA just gave the North Scott chapter an all-star rating of three stars and awarded member Rachel Paustian an American FFA Degree. more
Alex Bare, a native of Walcott and graduate of North Scott High School, who will receive a BA in international relations this May from the University of Iowa, has been awarded two prestigious international scholarships: a 2019 U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) and a 2019-20 Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) Award to Colombia. more
The Blue Grass American Legion Post 711 has selected three young men to attend this year’s Boys State, which will be held June 9-14 at Camp Dodge, in Johnston, Iowa. more
It was a busy, but productive school year for North Scott Junior High musicians, as many were chosen to showcase their talents in a variety of honor bands over the course of the year. more
New digital projectors. A locker full of new microscopes. Refinished lab tables. Retractable overhead electrical outlets. more
Consider Bernadette Brustkern a dividend. more
By acting as their own general contractor, North Scott school board members shaved about $300,000 off bid costs for a new indoor sports practice building intended to replace the Silver Bullet. more
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