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River Valley Coop executives join North Scott agriculture students, and staff Monday to present a $100,000 contribution to the district's Regional Innovation Center, under construction on Eldridge's South First Street. more
CANDIDATE GUIDE: North Scott School Board more
Lancer Productions will open its 2023-24 season with a feat that has never been attempted in the history of theater at North Scott. more
The North Scott school board voted Oct. 9  to approve the resignations of Karen Soenksen, food service helper at the high school, effective Oct. 6; and Deborah Lowe, activity bus driver, effective Oct. 11. Lowe will continue her regular bus route. more
The school calendar for the 2023-2024 school year could look slightly different than previous years. more
Ken Schoenthaler has a lot to be optimistic about these days. more
Five North Scott school board candidates cheered the district in an hour-long forum where each emphasized their support for schools, and the professional experiences that will make them good board members. more
The bids have been opened, and Phase One of the Lancer Stadium project will total $3,852,280. more
Homecoming week has arrived at North Scott, with a week’s worth of activities planned leading up to the big game against Clear Creek-Amana on Friday. more
At the height of the space race, North Scott communities launched a public education transformation that would move about 1,500 kids from 28 one-room schoolhouses to a brand new high school in a unified district that later honored the first American astronauts. more
James Simmons knew the news cameras would be there when he arrived at the student-built home. more
North Scott schools are planning a full-scale exercise for school safety in the summer, in association with Scott County Emergency Management, local police and fire departments and Medic. more
Four incumbents and a second-time challenger will be on North Scott school board ballot Nov. 7. more
Horatio Alger’s 19th century stories entertained readers across America with a common theme: An impossible rags-to-riches journey by a hard-working boy overcoming impossible odds. more
Engaged students learn better and have a greater sense of belonging. more
A real red carpet rolled to the entrance of Armstrong Elementary to welcome Marlene Fangmann for her 90th birthday, and 22nd year volunteering as a kindergarten aide. more
At the Sept. 11 North Scott School Board meeting, board members and administrators hailed a poverty simulation held Aug. 17. more
The North Scott school board approved several bid schedules for upcoming projects, including Lancer Stadium. more
The North Scott School Board reviewed a partial discipline report for the 2022-2023 school year at its Monday meeting. more
The Blue Grass American Legion Post 711 honored Blue Grass and Buffalo elementary fifth-graders’ who share personal thoughts on what the American flag means to them. more
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