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Two longtime educators who retired last spring will be honored as Grand Marshals of the 2018 Homecoming Parade. more
Bid requests go out this week for a high school auditorium renovation that includes options that may push the price above a $3.5 million target cost. more
Legislative efforts to equalize school funding among districts will bring a net increase of $2,000 for one year to North Scott Schools. more
North Scott students will find changes everywhere when they return to school Thursday. more
It was a cold, cloudy and gray Saturday morning in late October in 1988, but it had a scarlet-and-silver lining as North Scott’s girls’ cross-country team finally had its “Date with Destiny.” more
Alan Shepard Elementary was virtually empty Friday morning. more
Meet the student artists featured at the third annual Eldridge Library Art Show at a special reception, 2-4 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 11. more
It was the spring of 1998, and North Scott’s softball team was holding its annual pre-season intrasquad game between the sophomore and varsity teams. more
Seventeen North Scott staff and faculty took early retirement offers, leaving the district on track to avoid layoffs by hiring lower-paid replacements. more
She wasn’t the best athlete on the team, the fastest girl on the track or the hottest hitter on the softball diamond. But when it came to work ethic, Sheila (Erps) Gillespie had very few equals. more
Four sixth-graders from Glenn Elementary won the Hometown Pride poster contest, from left: Kalina Stoefen, second; Luke Simmons, first; Charity Bendickson, fourth and Kyle Kundel, third. more
Kevin McKee is the latest inductee into the North Scott Hall of Excellence. more
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