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The Ed White Elementary multipurpose gymnasium became a hustling, bustling food packing plant on Thursday, March 28, as fourth-, fifth- and sixth-grade students spent the afternoon doing their part to help those less fortunate. more
Thanks to fourth-grade students at Alan Shepard Elementary in Long Grove, the memory of Jack Lindaman is now helping animals. more
After being inspired by the Fiorito brothers, who started Blankets of Hope in New York City, North Scott  teacher Mrs. Elise Ward and her fifth-grade students at Neil Armstrong and John Glenn elementaries took it upon themselves to make a difference in their community by joining in on the movement. more
A player considered by many to be the most illustrious three-sport star in school history, a woman whose induction is probably way over due, and a man who had a passion and vision for providing Lancer athletes with top-notch facilities are the latest inductees into the North Scott Athletic Hall of Fame. more
North Scott School Board members completed wage negotiations with teachers Monday by agreeing to 2-percent overall increases, an improvement from last year when teachers accepted an across-the-board $725 increase. more
There’s a new tool in North Scott’s educational toolbox to help students develop 21st century skills that will make them better citizens, and the business community is all-in. more
Iowa State University President Wendy Wintersteen came to North Scott High School Friday expecting to impart a little college wisdom to agriculture students. more
Glenn Elementary will get solar power under a plan initiated by an Eldridge firm, but awarded Monday to a low bidder from Dubuque. more
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
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