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Consider Bernadette Brustkern a dividend. more
North Scott School Board members took an important step toward financing a proposed YMCA by scheduling a public hearing Oct. 8 before a formal vote earmarking up to $7 million in sales tax proceeds. more
The house may be smaller. But North Scott’s next student-built home will involve more students and more local contractors offering training that can lead to jobs waiting to be filled. more
Eldridge voters may be asked twice this March to tax money to fund a proposed North Scott YMCA. more
The 2019-20 school year is full of new activities and responsibilities for the North Scott FFA chapter. more
New digital projectors. A locker full of new microscopes. Refinished lab tables. Retractable overhead electrical outlets. more
Sixth graders from across the North Scott district converged on Lancer Stadium for the final time at the end of the 2018-19 school year for the annual Field Days competition. more
Returning North Scott students will greet 20 new teachers, and about 40 new support staff added since the start of school last year. more
The Internet and social media are wonderful educational tools for students of all ages, but the information super highway is littered with detours and danger zones. more
There’s a hole in the heart of the John Glenn Elementary community, and the upcoming school year won’t be the same as students and staff mourn the recent death of Sprite, the Donahue school’s longtime therapy dog. more
About 24 percent of the cost of North Scott schools’ next six school buses will be covered by Volkswagen as part of the company’s penalty for cheating U.S. emissions laws. more
Cost estimates to replace the Silver Bullet came in 50 percent higher than estimated, prompting North Scott School Board members to refigure a project they’d hoped could be built for $800,000. more
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