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The 2019-20 school year is full of new activities and responsibilities for the North Scott FFA chapter. more
Music will fill the air Sunday, Dec. 15, at the North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium when Lancer musical groups will perform their Winter Concert. more
North Scott Community Schools’ mad dash to online education is built on a foundation of teacher collaboration and shared technology that, as it turns out, has been years in the making. more
North Scott High School leaders dreamed up a May 31 drive-thru commencement and Eldridge parade to create a memorable graduation in this already unforgettable year. more
North Scott school board candidates took 90 minutes to elaborate on 10 questions from audience members, students and North Scott Press Assistant Editor Mark Ridolfi. more
Excerpts from senior commencement speakers' inspiring messages recorded for the May 31 graduation ceremony more
Education is continuing for North Scott students online through thousands of district Chromebooks, expanded internet provided by the district, and countless other teaching innovations from a staff commended by board members Monday for their leadership through crisis. more
To fully understand the breadth and unbelievable depth of Frank Wood’s career, you have to go back to the beginning and walk through it step by step, much like the organized and complicated high school class schedules that he meticulously put together each year. more
Modern schools need to be built to accommodate more diverse learning styles, yet still let teachers, not just new-fangled design, direct classroom activities. more
The long wait for the results is over for Iowa’s new statewide public school assessments given to students last March. more
Ed White Elementary principal Bernadette Brustkern will be the North Scott School District’s next curriculum director. more
Central Scott Telephone executive and North Scott School Board member Donn Wilmott looked ahead wearing several hats: A communications CEO, an elected education leader, and father of NS alumni. “I’d hope for a continuing flow of our high school graduates returning to the North Scott community to raise their families, that we maintain schools to be proud of, continue to hire and train a staff that is second to none, working to develop our students every school day, truly instilling the benefits of being lifelong learners.” He also foresees an Eldridge “with more affordable housing, a town square with updated city hall and police department facilities together with the North Scott YMCA."  more
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