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A 12-year-old student at North Scott Junior High student faces felony attempted murder charges for displaying a loaded gun snatched away by his teacher in the classroom. 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
The first ever TEDxYouth event will be held at the Putnam Museum in Davenport on Jan. 16, 2019. The event theme will be “Change Makers” and will be focused on having youth presenters, between the ages of 15-24. The call for speakers began Aug. 22 and is open to Quad-Cities area high school and regional college students. more
For the first time since the Iowa legislature took control of local school calendars in 2014, the first allowable school day of Aug. 23 falls on a Friday, presenting a challenge for local boards. more
High school seniors intending to further their education while pursuing programs of study in any field of agriculture, environmental science, or natural resources, have until Feb. 15,  2019, to apply.  The Scott County Soil & Water Conservation District will award two $1,000 scholarships in Scott County. In addition, one recipient's application will be forwarded to the state level to compete for scholarship awards of $3,000, $2,000, $1,000 or six $500 awards. more
Iowa State University President Wendy Wintersteen came to North Scott High School Friday expecting to impart a little college wisdom to agriculture students. more
There’s a new tool in North Scott’s educational toolbox to help students develop 21st century skills that will make them better citizens, and the business community is all-in. more
North Scott High School students John Hanenburg and Katie Seeman are recipients of $1,000 scholarships from the 2019 Scott County Soil & Water Conservation District Scholarship. more
Students, parents and colleagues are offering up prayers of thanksgiving on behalf of Dawn Spring, the North Scott Junior High teacher credited for a life-saving intervention with a 12-year-old student. more
If there’s a disaster of any kind in the near future, North Scott Junior High students are going to be prepared. more
Anna and Abigail Stivers of Long Grove, students at Morning Star Academy, received honorable mentions in the Meyer and Frances Schnurman Holocaust Visual Arts Contest, sponsored by the Yom Hashoah Committee of the Quad Cities and Quad City Arts. 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
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