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He wasn’t exactly sitting on pins and needles, but North Scott activities director Jason Schroeder was definitely impatient Thursday morning. more
North Scott School Board members John Maxwell, Molly Bergfeld and Glen Keppy, along with Supt. Joe Stutting, were scheduled to have a private meeting with Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds Tuesday. more
Bracing for another year of slim state funding, North Scott School Board members voted Monday to increase employees’ health insurance costs, and next month will consider early retirement incentives for teachers and some staff. more
North Scott was well represented at the SEISTA (South Eastern Iowa String Teacher Association) Honor Orchestra concert on Saturday in the Bettendorf High School Auditorium. more
The North Scott School Board is scheduled to consider the following 2018-19 school calendar at its 6 p.m., Jan. 22 meeting at the district administration office. more
North Scott students certainly know their Legos, and are pretty darn good at problem solving as well. more
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
Randy Warm holds his hands about a foot apart, then slowly brings them closer together. more
Students at John Glenn Elementary in Donahue were among more than 300 fourth-graders who received Student's Dictionaries recently, thanks to the Rotary Club of North Scott. 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
Students at John Glenn Elementary in Donahue have joined "The Wave" craze at the University of Iowa. As part of the school's "Tribes" program, students in different grades meet with a teacher other than their classroom teacher to discuss ways they can make their community better. Last week they watched a video featuring Hawkeye football fans waving to patients at the University of Iowa Children's Hospital, and then made handprint cards to send to the student patients. 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
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