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Three more propane buses will join the North Scott fleet. more
Wow! That was the word on everybody’s lips as the names of the 2017 All-State Music Festival participants appeared on the wall in the Washington High School cafeteria on Saturday, Oct. 21. more
Audiences still have one more chance to see Lancer Productions’ fall play, “Almost, Maine,” with a 7 p.m. performance scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 4, in the North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium. more
When North Scott’s football team takes the field at Bettendorf’s Touvelle Stadium Friday night, it will do so as one of the Elite Eight teams still standing in the Class 4A playoffs. more
Prepare to explore the intricacies of the heart as Lancer Productions opens its season with “Almost, Maine.” more
North Scott schools’ long-held desire for an FFA regional center is moving forward more quickly than anticipated with board approval Monday night to buy 18.8 acres of the Arp family farm on South First Street for $507,600. more
North Scott Superintendent Joe Stutting walked cautiously onto the stage of the new high school auditorium using virtual reality headgear and software that offered a first glimpse at the district’s next big building project. 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
The North Scott School District should report a 15-20 student drop in enrollment when a final tally is submitted to the state Friday, leaving the school board bracing for another lean budget, Superintendent Joe Stutting told the board Monday. more
Rep. Dave Loebsack visited Grissom Elementary in Princeton on Sept. 15. The North Scott Press teamed up with Grissom Sixth Grade Teacher Natalie Rogalski’s class to hold a press conference. Students prepared questions, then wrote short essays to share their factual observations, followed by their thoughts on the event. more
Two new members of the North Scott School Board joined remaining members to authorize $324,602 in architect and construction planning for an estimated $3.5 million renovation of the high school fine arts auditorium. more
North Scott students sat spellbound as alumni from their high school’s first four-year graduating class recounted some appalling memories: more
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