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As Iowa colleges and universities receive the last of the federal student aid applications for the upcoming school year, financial aid officials are seeing fewer students submit their documents and changes in how much those who do file receive. more
The end of a tumultuous year for student aid is coming to a close as deadlines for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, are set to pass next week. more
The North Scott school board on June 17 accepted the resignations of: more
By Tim Evans AN Reporter As a teacher for 29 years, Leslie Callison never imagined she’d be instructing fourth grade students on how to fly drones. The Durant Elementary School … more
James Simmons and Dave Linnenbrink presented a series of bids for next year’s student-built home in Long Grove including: more
Iowa scored relatively well in education rankings among the states, but with declining test scores and on-time high school graduation rates decreasing, the state has fallen from its highs of previous years, according to a new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation. more
The North Scott School Board advanced the district’s solar project, accepting a proposal at Monday’s meeting from ACME Electric Company of Cedar Rapids not to exceed $5.2 million. more
The John Deere Foundation has committed $6.6 million over six years to a collaboration with the University of Iowa and Davenport Community School District to provide additional education, support services and funds to high school seniors. more
Caden Youngquist had his sights set on the world of business since his early years at North Scott High School in Eldridge, Iowa. more
Christie Liske, who worked as a reading aide at John Glenn for 21 years until her retirement in the winter, and Jodie Brotherton, a special education teacher at the junior high for 29 years, who will retire at the end of the school year, both attended the May 28 school board meeting and received certificates from superintendent Joe Stutting. more
Hot lunch was a hot topic at the May 28 North Scott School Board meeting. more
Alan Shepard Elementary School titled this year’s yearbook “Constructing Our Future,” and the North Scott School District took two huge steps into the future last week. Ribbon cutting ceremonies were held at Shepard on Wednesday, and the softball complex on Thursday. more
North Scott schools FFA's 2024 growth prepares the chapter for next year with a record sized junior high class eager to don bigger blue jackets. more
North Scott 2024 graduate Cole Wessel is among seven Iowa students named as a U.S. Presidential Scholars semifinalist. more
North Scott student Cole Wessel has been selected as winner of the DAR Good Citizen Essay Contest by Hannah Caldwell Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. more
With Lancer Stadium out of commission for the spring, North Scott elementary students had to get creative for the annual Field Days more
The North Scott School Board approved a lengthy personnel list at the May 13 meeting, due in part to summer hirings. more
These days, North Scott High School principal Shane Knoche has something in common with the seniors who graduate Sunday. more
North Scott district employees will see pay increases of at least 2.5 percent in the next school year. more
The Iowa Board of Regents raised dorm and board rates and heard proposals for tuition and fee increases at its May 10 meeting. more
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