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North Scott students looking to purchase Juuls or other e-cigarette devices don’t have to look far. The items can be found in local convenience stores, such as the Eldridge Mart just around the corner from the school. more
North Scott officials estimate up to 70 percent of the high school student body has participated in the Juuling craze. Students peg that number to be even higher. Since the beginning of the school year, 19 high school students have been suspended from classes for using Juuls or similar devices. That represents 38 percent of all suspensions. more
Lancer Productions invites you to a world of pure imagination as Children’s Theatre takes the stage this weekend with “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” more
Since the beginning of the school year, 19 North Scott High School students have been suspended for Juuling. more
Former NSP intern Synclaire Lunardi of Bettendorf, a student at Carthage College in Kenosha, Wis., was among 35 Carthage students who, accompanied by Professor Jeffrey Roberg, competed in the American Model United Nations conference Nov. 17-20 in Chicago. more
North Scott High School business teachers are carving time out of the district’s required senior economics course to squeeze in the legislature’s new financial literacy requirements. more
North Scott High School students and staff surprised ag teacher Jacob Hunter Jan. 8 with statewide Iowa STEM and Nationwide FFA honors. 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
The Figge Art Museum’s second-floor Mary Waterman Gildehaus Community Gallery will feature the artwork of local elementary art students for the annual Young Artists at the Figge exhibition. more
The 12 days of Christmas piled up on Mary Anne Braden’s desk. more
Teachers from Pleasant Valley and Davenport West high schools are among the 16 Iowa educators named to Gov. Kim Reynolds’ Governor’s Teachers Cabinet. more
For the third consecutive year sixth-grade students at John Glenn Elementary in Donahue and Neil Armstrong Elementary in Park View participated in a Hometown Pride Poster Contest. more
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