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Twelve days of heartfelt community support have followed the two minutes of threatened gun violence at a North Scott Junior High. more
Glenn Elementary will get solar power under a plan initiated by an Eldridge firm, but awarded Monday to a low bidder from Dubuque. more
Faculty from Iowa State University’s School of Education will present a workshop on some of the latest research and practices in literacy June 17 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Muscatine Community School District Administration Building, 2900 Mulberry Ave., Muscatine. more
FFA welcomed women into their ranks in 1969. more
Glen Keppy will chair the North Scott School Board, a unanimous choice Monday by board members seeking a successor to John Maxwell. more
A walking tour of the newly refurbished North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium with longtime show producer Tom Goodall and North Scott technical director Josh Tipsword on Sept. 12 gave this writer a preview of what Lancer patrons will see at the Oct. 1 Open House, or whenever they next experience this crown jewel. more
The Internet and social media are wonderful educational tools for students of all ages, but the information super highway is littered with detours and danger zones. more
More than 50 North Scott teachers, aides and staff crowded the school board meeting room Monday to share fears about imminent health insurance cost increases. more
Members of the North Scott's elementary and junior high choirs took to school buses to spread Christmas cheer on Thursday. more
Emma Kruse and Reese Barnett have thought about starting a bakery business since they were in first grade. With the guidance of their teacher Vinnie Smith, they turned their dream into work. more
View the results from fifth grade Field Day. more
North Scott School Superintendent Joe Stutting is ruining his reputation. more
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