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Grissom Elementary teacher Kyle Harris advanced from substitute teacher to principal in the same school building, a goal he barely dared to dream through his 10-year teaching career. more
A North Scott school bus collision with a 12-year-old junior high student refocused attention on Fifth Street school traffic in Eldridge that the mayor, police chief and school superintendent agree is “a huge mess.” more
North Scott School Board members on Monday will consider promoting teacher union president and Grissom second-grade teacher Kyle Harris to be principal at that school. more
Eleven students from Davenport’s longest sister city of Kaiserslautern will visit Davenport West High School and attend classes April 8-24. This school visit coincides with the delegation visit from Kaiserslautern’s city government. more
Career Exploratory Day will be held at North Scott Junior High on Friday, April 12, from 9:10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. more
Anna and Abigail Stivers of Long Grove, students at Morning Star Academy, received honorable mentions in the Meyer and Frances Schnurman Holocaust Visual Arts Contest, sponsored by the Yom Hashoah Committee of the Quad Cities and Quad City Arts. more
North Scott High School students John Hanenburg and Katie Seeman are recipients of $1,000 scholarships from the 2019 Scott County Soil & Water Conservation District Scholarship. more
Alex Bare, a native of Walcott and graduate of North Scott High School, who will receive a BA in international relations this May from the University of Iowa, has been awarded two prestigious international scholarships: a 2019 U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) and a 2019-20 Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) Award to Colombia. more
Oh, the places you’ll go and the thinks you will think when Lancer Productions presents “Seussical: The Musical” this weekend and next in the North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium. more
After 40 minutes of filling sandbags in the Princeton Community Center parking lot, North Scott junior Katie Schelb’s mind was made up. more
The Silver Bullet (steel building east of the high school) will come down June 1, ending years of service to countless Lancer ballplayers who learned their games in the shed the district bought ages ago for $1. more
The Special Olympics Winter Games were held in Dubuque Jan 14-16. more
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