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Boy, it’s getting crowded on the state tournament bandwagon, and yes, another North Scott team is taking dead aim at Iowa notoriety. more
Sixth-grade students at Neil Armstrong Elementary in Park View were honored at their DARE graduation on Tuesday, Jan. 23. more
North Scott School Board members prepared for slim state funding by approving an incremental tax levy if needed to keep next year’s funding close to this year’s. more
North Scott School Board’s early retirement incentives got four takers, including board secretary Kristy Looney, who will retire June 30 after 34 years with the district. more
These North Scott Junior High students were honored as Students of the Quarter at a special Recognition Breakfast on Wednesday, Jan. 10. Students were selected by their teachers in recognition of their hard work, focused effort and respectful attitude in school. more
Even as cast and crew grieved, there was little doubt the show could go on. The question was: Should it? more
North Scott students seeking comfort after SJ Madden’s death instead got a faith challenge from a pastor sadly too familiar with the loss of a child. more
The Neil Armstrong Lego League team competed at the State Competition in Ames on Sunday, Jan. 14, and received the award for "Gracious Professionalism." more
Look for construction fences to go up around North Scott High School Auditorium in March to begin sewer line excavation for the auditorium renovation that will continue through summer. 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
Meet the student artists featured at the third annual Eldridge Library Art Show at a special reception, 2-4 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 11. more
North Scott school leaders are expecting no more than a 1-percent education funding increase from the legislature, along with a boost to transportation funding that should bring some new money to the school district. more
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