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North Scott School Board members on Monday will consider promoting teacher union president and Grissom second-grade teacher Kyle Harris to be principal at that school. more
Look for another robot rolling through North Scott Junior High thanks to contributions from Deere & Co.’s employees support program and the North Scott Community Enhancement Project. more
Thanks to fourth-grade students at Alan Shepard Elementary in Long Grove, the memory of Jack Lindaman is now helping animals. more
The Ed White Elementary multipurpose gymnasium became a hustling, bustling food packing plant on Thursday, March 28, as fourth-, fifth- and sixth-grade students spent the afternoon doing their part to help those less fortunate. more
Lindsay  Andrews asked North Scott school board members Monday to rescind the expulsion of her son, Luke, which she says is preventing his public education at a group home where he’s been since his conviction in July for displaying a loaded weapon at North Scott Junior High. more
North Scott fifth-graders wrapped up the year providing blankets, hygiene kits and personal notes of inspiration to those served by the King’s Harvest Ministries, The Center and Winnie's Place shelters. more
Members of North Scott High School's Student Government, along with their fellow students, are helping those less fortunate this Christmas season. more
Residents of the North Scott Community Schools will have an opportunity to provide their thoughts and feedback on how the district can better communicate with the public through a community survey. more
A North Scott school bus collision with a 12-year-old junior high student refocused attention on Fifth Street school traffic in Eldridge that the mayor, police chief and school superintendent agree is “a huge mess.” more
Grissom Elementary teacher Kyle Harris advanced from substitute teacher to principal in the same school building, a goal he barely dared to dream through his 10-year teaching career. more
Enrollment will once again decline slightly in the North Scott district, leaving board members looking for more spending cuts if the legislature again limits state allowable growth funding to 2 percent, Superintendent Joe Stutting told board members Monday. more
Anthony (Tony) Friederichs, a 2017 Durant High School graduate, a member of the Wilton FFA chapter, and a former Scott County 4-H'er, was awarded the American FFA Degree at the 91st National FFA Convention & Expo 2018 in Indianapolis. more
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