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With North Scott’s fall sports teams having wrapped up banner campaigns, Lancer musicians will be taking their rightful place in the state spotlight this weekend. more
Associate high school principal Frank Wood will retire at the end of this school year. Wood was hired as a physical education teacher in 1973. more
It’ll be a swashbuckling good time as Lancer Productions opens its season with the Children’s Theatre show, “Peter and the Starcatcher.” more
The long wait for the results is over for Iowa’s new statewide public school assessments given to students last March. more
North Scott’s re-elected school board incumbents took Election Day results as affirmation the board is heading in the right direction. more
The National FFA just gave the North Scott chapter an all-star rating of three stars and awarded member Rachel Paustian an American FFA Degree. more
The New York-based Harlem Quartet, a string ensemble serving a three-year residency at London's Royal College of Music, made an appearance at Virgil Grissom Elementary in Princeton on Wednesday, Oct. 23, as part of the Quad City Arts Visiting Artists Series. more
Lindsay  Andrews asked North Scott school board members Monday to rescind the expulsion of her son, Luke, which she says is preventing his public education at a group home where he’s been since his conviction in July for displaying a loaded weapon at North Scott Junior High. 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
Seven North Scott teachers and administrators represented the school district in Des Moines last week for a two-day institute designed to improve postsecondary attainment and increase credentials, with an equity focus on low-income, minority and students with disabilities. more
How will North Scott schools spend about $13 million in property tax revenue and another $18 million in state aid and sales taxes next year? more
Paying for college is often one of the biggest concerns students and their families have about college. more
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