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Neil Armstrong third-graders have been studying the historical movement of groups to the United States and migration within the United States. Students have been learning about the immigration process from when families decided to leave their country, their journey to America, and the arrival process at Ellis Island.  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
Davenport West industrial technology teacher and Project Lead the Way advisor Greg Smith is one of seven members appointed by Gov. Kim Reynolds to serve on the first Governor’s Teachers Cabinet. Smith is also the recipient of the 2017 Kemin I.O.W.A. STEM Teacher Award. more
Everything is seemingly pitch perfect in Peyton Reese’s musical world, and last month the Davenport Central senior put what could be considered a perfect coda on her high school singing career. more
Officials from the North Scott School District and the city of Eldridge continue to make progress toward bringing a YMCA to the community, and discussions continue to be ongoing. more
Lancer athletes will be practicing inside the Silver Bullet replacement when winter hits, under a plan approved by North Scott School Board members Monday. more
North Scott Schools will begin seeking partners for a new regional agriculture education center, among the top district priorities now that the Iowa legislature assured sales tax financing through 2051. more
It's been a great school year so far for these North Scott Junior High students, as they were honored at a special Students of the Quarter breakfast on Wednesday, Oct. 31. more
Seeing the need to invest in the future of North Scott students, Central Scott Telephone recently made a $10,000 donation to the North Scott Educational Foundation. more
Was it a fluke? Did they catch lightning in a bottle? Would they ever be able to do it again? more
Area public school superintendents cheer Grissom students during a Sept. 13 United Way rally promoting no more than 5 percent of student absences any given day. more
Expect to see more encouragement and opportunities for North Scott students and community members to anonymously report threats. more
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