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Just as bidding is about to begin for North Scott High School’s auditorium renovation, school board members decided to include air handling and sprinkling upgrades that could add up to a million dollars to the estimated $3.5-million project. more
Neil Armstrong students Anna Hodge, Nora Glover, Anna Sophia Council and Elizabeth Samara pose with art teacher Elise Ward and their Hometown Pride posters. more
Even as cast and crew grieved, there was little doubt the show could go on. The question was: Should it? more
Randy Warm holds his hands about a foot apart, then slowly brings them closer together. more
Walcott Mayor John Kostichek, Walcott Lions Club’s scholarship chairman, presents a $500 check on behalf of the club to scholarship winner Drake Golinghorst.  more
John Glenn Elementary students lavished love on their school’s service dog minutes after learning she’d won a spot in Iowa Veterinary Association Animal Hall of Fame. more
Peyton Reese of Eldridge, an incoming senior at Davenport Central High School, who was awarded the Outstanding Performer award at the Iowa State Thespian conference, participated in the Iowa High School Musical Awards June 4 at the Des Moines Civic Center. more
Seth Keep, grandson of Wes and Sandy Moeller of Donahue, will perform on bass at the Sydney Opera House as part of the famed venue’s High School Honors Performance series. more
Each year fifth and sixth-grade students from across the North Scott School District gather at Lancer Stadium for the annual Field Days competition. Students participate in a variety of events at the day-long activity, and it's a great opportunity to get to know students from other school. more
Iowa Public Television announced on March 15 that Aaron Maurer from Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency 9 is one of 30 educators from across the country named to the first PBS Digital Innovator All-Star program. more
The Larry M. Gronewold Unit #532 Donahue Auxiliary has announced winners of the 2018 Merit Awards scholarships. more
North Scott school leaders are expecting no more than a 1-percent education funding increase from the legislature, along with a boost to transportation funding that should bring some new money to the school district. more
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