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North Scott school board members are looking to Iowa’s Republican House majority to undo Iowa Republican Senate legislation the board fears will launch an enrollment free-for-all among public schools and anticipated publicly funded charters and private schools. more
During the months of December and January, North Scott band students were busy preparing for the Southeast Iowa Bandmasters Association District Honor Band auditions. more
North Scott superintendent Joe Stutting and board members  fielded more than a dozen questions during an hour-and-10-minute Facebook forum Wednesday, Feb. 17. more
Those wishing to vote by mail-in absentee ballots for the March 2 local schools and Eastern Iowa Community College referenda should submit their requests now. more
North Scott schools' enrollment is up 61 from a year ago, and the district may need to prepare for even more students if state legislators outlaw open enrollment restrictions from Davenport. more
Iowa’s 1-percent education sales tax benefits have touched every Lancer family for the past 21 years. Now, North Scott school board members want district voters to make sure it benefits families for the next 30. more
Dr. Carrie Carr, a 2000 North Scott graduate and daughter of Jerry and Ann Mohr of rural Eldridge, on Feb. 1 was appointed principal of the newly opened high school at 60th and L streets in Omaha, Neb. more
The Iowa State Elks Association is offering 20 $1,500 vocational grants for the 2021-22 school year to individuals pursuing a vocational (two-year or less) training/educational program. more
North Scott High School will add a contemporary journalism elective in spring 2022 to provide more English instruction for students with and without college aspirations. more
North Scott School Board members at Monday's meeting accepted the retirement of high school instructional coach  Deb Ulrich at school year’s end. more
North Scott elementary students are bouncing back from last school year’s pandemic interruptions, suggesting a resiliency that bodes well for them, and about 140 online students that school board members hope will return to classrooms soon. more
North Scott voters will be asked March 2 to allow the school board to continue using sales tax proceeds for future projects, or dedicate all of the 1-percent tax revenue to lower the property tax rate. more
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