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The Iowa Association of School Boards observes celebrate and thank their local school board superheroes during School Board Recognition Month, May 1-31. This year’s theme, “Superheroes for Public Education,” pays tribute to the work of these unpaid volunteers and the impact they have on Iowa public education. more
Project Jack took Glenn Elementary fifth-graders to Petsmart to buy $500 of supplies for King’s Harvest Pet Rescue Shelter in Davenport. more
When North Scott’s three foreign exchange students decided to enhance their educational experience by studying abroad, they couldn’t have picked a better place than Lancer Nation. more
Thanks to a gift from Dennis and Lynn Quinn and the matching support from the Scott Community College Foundation, current Scott Community College students can show their student I.D. and get a bus ride to their college classes at no cost. more
North Scott School Board members completed wage negotiations with teachers Monday by agreeing to 2-percent overall increases, an improvement from last year when teachers accepted an across-the-board $725 increase. more
The North Scott school board is considering selling vacant school property in Eldridge as sites for student-built homes. more
Share thoughts on North Scott schools’ 2019-2020 calendar at a public hearing 6:30 p.m., Monday, Jan. 28 at Ed White Elementary. more
Returning North Scott students will greet 20 new teachers, and about 40 new support staff added since the start of school last year. more
Tracy Denahy, a school counselor at North Scott High School, is one of 14 members of a statewide advisory council on career and college access in Iowa. The advisory council plays a key role in the development of the Iowa College Access Network® (ICAN)’s programs and services that prepare students for life after high school.  more
These North Scott Junior High students were honored as Students of the Quarter at a morning reception last month. more
On Sunday, May 26, the North Scott High School Class of 2019 will participate in commencement exercises at the TaxSlayer Center in Moline. Twenty-three of these students have received Summa Cum Laude status, having excelled academically throughout their high school careers. more
North Scott school administrators are introducing the concept of high-deductible health care insurance and health savings accounts as alternatives to share more health care costs with employees. more
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