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North Scott elementary students returned to schools equipped with more cameras than ever before, offering a measure of security previously available only at the high school and junior high. more
School safety issues and marketing the district as a whole were the main topics of conversation when the North Scott School Board gathered at Donahue City Hall Monday night. more
Boy, it’s getting crowded on the state tournament bandwagon, and yes, another North Scott team is taking dead aim at Iowa notoriety. more
Three more propane buses will join the North Scott fleet. more
Loebsack and Peters face off again for US Congress. more
About 100 North Scott teachers returned to school inspired by a prison visit. more
For Lancer Productions’ Stacie Kintigh and Renae Mohr, choosing “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” as this year’s Children’s Theatre production turned out to be a no-brainer. more
Students at John Glenn Elementary in Donahue continued their tradition of dressing up for Halloween and marching through the streets of town on Tuesday, Oct. 31. more
The North Scott School District and its teachers reached a one-year pay agreement that adds a flat $725 increase for teachers’ educational achievements, but provides no across-the-board percentage wage hike. more
Higher than expected bids won’t keep the curtain from going up on the North Scott School District’s high school auditorium renovation project. more
North Scott High School student Ivy Jensen poses with the All State Attorney award at the Iowa Mock Trial tournament March 26-28 in Des Moines. more
The North Scott School District and its teachers reached a one-year pay agreement that adds a flat $725 increase for teachers’ educational achievements, but provides no across-the-board percentage wage hike. more
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