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John Glenn Elementary School student Cora Rathjen is the proud winner of Artsonia’s Artist of the Week contest, a voting competition held on Artsonia.com, the world’s largest collection of student art portfolios, exhibiting more than 100 million pieces of student art. more
Lancer Productions welcomed North Scott's third graders to the Fine Arts Auditorium for a morning preview of “Charlotte's Web” on Wednesday, Jan. 24. more
North Scott’s youngest students will start new traditions this year, as the district rolls out changes to Pre-K and kindergarten registration. more
School alarms meant for fire safety may inadvertently jeopardize lives if Iowa legislators do not pass a bill crafted around North Scott schools’ alarm policy. more
High School Seniors intending to further their education, while pursuing programs of study in any field of agriculture, environmental science, or natural resources, have until Friday, February 23, 2024 to apply.  more
North Scott School Board members faced an age-old question at Monday’s meeting as they considered whether to add a visitors’ locker room to the Lancer Stadium complex during upcoming renovations: Is it a need or a want? more
A beloved children’s classic comes to life this weekend as Lancer Productions presents E.B. White’s “Charlotte’s Web” as its Children’s Theatre production. more
The North Scott School District is in a strong financial position, which gave the district a boost as it finalized the sale of $25 million in general obligation bonds at the Jan. 8 meeting. more
Several North Scott High School and Junior High School students have been selected to participate in the South Eastern Iowa String Teachers Association Honor Orchestra on Saturday, Jan.  13,  at Bettendorf High School. more
North Scott School Board members approved a 2024-2025 school calendar that will see early-outs every Friday. more
Only grandchildren could pull Christie Liske away from the hometown job she loved. more
North Scott school board members approved these personnel changes at the Dec. 18 meeting. more
The district’s contracted auditor, Bohnsack & Frommelt reported deficiencies in internal control over financial reporting in an audit of last fiscal year, presented to the board Monday. more
Look to the skies if you want to catch Ava Duncan’s future. more
School board members want to know what North Scott families think about a 2024-2025 school year calendar that dismisses classes two hours early every Friday. more
This year’s theme was called Masterpiece. It is arts-inspired and their directive was to invent or innovate in relation to STEM in arts and entertainment. more
On a very magical day each December called “Tickle Your Toes Tuesday,” a special tradition takes place in the kindergarten classroom at John Glenn Elementary. more
Owen Schaapveld had no idea what Lego League was about when he signed up for the Armstrong Elementary club. more
DuTrac Community Credit Union is accepting academic scholarship applications now through Friday, March 22. more
The North Scott FFA Officer Team presented the fall showcase Nov. 14 to honor outstanding members who have demonstrated excellence both inside and outside the classroom. Members from both the High School and Junior High chapters were acknowledged at this event. The chapter includes both a junior high FFA chapter and high school FFA chapter. Their work is a testament to the program’s commitment to cultivating leaders and fostering community development. The chapter comprises students from seventh through twelfth grades, drawing participants from diverse school districts, including North Scott, Davenport, Bettendorf, and Pleasant Valley. more
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