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The North Scott Agriculture spring banquet on May 7 celebrated a year of FFA achievements and successes, which included pulling off the banquet through a power outage. more
On Sunday, May 28, the North Scott High School Class of 2023 will participate in commencement exercises at the Vibrant Arena at The MARK. Twenty-nine of these students have received Summa Cum Laude status, having excelled academically throughout their high school careers. more
Safety first on the farm. That’s the lesson North Scott FFA students preached last week to dozens of classmates who have zero farm exposure. more
The Iowa High School Music Association’s Large Group Contest was held locally at Bettendorf High School on May 16. Three ensembles, comprised of 107 North Scott students, competed, with North Scott Singers, the Treble Clef Chorus, and Bass Clef Chorus all receiving Division I ratings. North Scott Singers received a perfect score from all three judges for the first time in program history. Adjudicators were from across the state. more
The Phyllis Heuer chapter of National Honor Society at North Scott High School held its spring induction ceremony on Monday, May 8, welcoming 27 rising seniors and juniors into the organization. more
For the second time in the last three years, Lancer Productions has earned the highest honor given by the Iowa High School Musical Theater Awards. more
A $19,500 poverty workshop will train more than 100 North Scott staff and board members about educational and cultural impacts most have not personally experienced. more
Iowa’s area education agencies are indispensable to North Scott and all Iowa public school districts, board members and superintendent Joe Stutting said Monday. more
The American Legion Auxiliary sends girls that have completed their junior year in high school every year to Girls State. more
Walcott is sending Zane Augustine to 2023 Hawkeye Boys State June 11-16. more
North Scott musicians were in fine form at the state Solo and Ensemble festival, held in April at Davenport West High School. more
North Scott’s next curriculum director is Nicole Litterer, a Pleasant Valley class of 1988 graduate eager to return to Scott County from Manchester, where she has served as curriculum director of Anamosa Community schools since October 2021. more
Twin passions for the environment and history propelled North Scott freshman Mallory Deutmeyer to the highest level of History Day competition. more
Even the best-built new homes do not sell themselves. more
North Scott schools is considering starting teachers’ workday 15 minutes earlier to replace some of the prep time lost to more student and staff collaborative work. more
North Scott FFA students participated in three science fairs this year, with 10 students advancing to national FFA Agriscience Fair, and freshmen Jordan Jones and Kaitlyn Knepper becoming North Scott’s first international qualifiers. more
After 10 years of guiding North Scott High School’s student-built home program, James Simmons said he learned an important lesson. more
A player named team MVP in three sports, an athlete who excelled on the gridiron but made a name for himself on the state’s grandest wrestling stage, and one of the most decorated softball players in Lancer history are the latest inductees into the North Scott Athletic Hall of Fame. more
The Auxiliary Unit of the Larry M. Gronewold American Legion 532 in Donahue has chosen Lizzie Samara to participate in this year’s Girls State session. Lizzie will join girls from all over the state in meetings held in June at Drake University in Des Moines for a learning experience covering government from local to state levels. more
Pay and benefit package increases meet or exceed 3.5 percent for four North Scott school employee groups. more
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