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Eastern Iowa Community Colleges recently received more than $875,000 in grants designed to expand and enhance the college’s truck driving program. more
North Scott school board members joined the Iowa Association of School Board conference this month that set legislative goals against more public money in private schools, and require private schools to be as transparent as public schools. more
Dana Webb, center, won the North Scott Junior High spelling bee. She and these four finalists advance to the district spelling bee Dec. 5 at North Scott High School. Dana qualified for the regional bee, Feb. 24, at Augustana College. more
As one door closes, another opens for a former North Scott School Board member. more
The North Scott school board welcomed newly elected member Stephanie Eckhardt, then voted unanimously to retain  Mark Pratt as president, and Tracy Lindaman as vice-president. more
The North Scott School District board undertook a series of listening sessions this fall, which allowed local government leaders and area citizens to partake in a conversation with superintendent Joe Stutting and members of the board. more
New North Scott School Board member Stephanie Eckhardt outpolled incumbent John Maxwell in seven of 10 township precincts, and all Davenport precincts. more
Tracy Lindaman is a big believer in paying it forward. more
North Scott High School, and North Scott junior high FFA each earned three-star national chapter awards at the FFA national convention Nov. 1-4 in Indianapolis. more
North Scott High School service club members earned cheers at this year’s Association of Fundraising Professionals Quad-Cities chapter annual dinner as the year’s outstanding youth group. more
North Scott school district voters picked Stephanie Eckhardt, elected incumbents Molly Bergfeld and Joni Dittmer, and appointed incumbent Carrie Keppy for four-year board terms. more
Community members were invited to participate in a Needs Assessment Survey, conducted by the Iowa Association of School Boards (see QR code), designed to help the district assess strengths and areas of needed improvement. more
The welding and metals lab renovation at the high school will total $1.9 million. more
It would have been hard to top last year’s nearly perfect performance, but don’t think for one minute that North Scott’s choir is feeling down and out. more
The North Scott School District has requested a Needs Assessment Survey conducted by the Iowa Association of School Boards (IASB). The survey is designed to help assess strengths and areas of needed improvement, with a focus on increasing student achievement. The district asks residents to scan the QR code to participate anonymously. more
Good spellers are taken more seriously. more
Four incumbents and a second-time challenger will be on North Scott school board ballot Nov. 7. more
A new program at North Scott High School is looking to bridge the gap for some at-risk students in the hopes of encouraging them to continue their education. more
A board listening session will be held at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 14, prior to the McCausland city council meeting at city hall. more
Vendor discounts for North Scott's student-built home now total $61,352.70. coordinator James Simmons told school board members Monday. more
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