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Second, fourth and sixth graders from the Princeton elementary enjoyed a Rock Creek Park field trip Sept. 28. NSP photos by Mark Ridolfi.  more
Oct. 18, 2006: The North Scott School District and the city of Eldridge signed a 28E agreement that would keep a school resource officer in the high school for at least the next three years. Meanwhile, following a recent spate of school shootings across the country, the school district was reviewing policies to ensure students remained safe. more
Extended open enrollment is drawing more out-of-district students than ever to North Scott, filling some elementary classrooms, and reaching the limit for special education students. more
With COVID-19 numbers seemingly on the decline, students, teachers and administrators across the North Scott School District are anxious to return to business as usual. more
Princeton’s decade-long dream for a trail comes with a $1.23 million price tag for about 3.5 miles along U.S. 67, and shared lanes leading to the riverfront. more
North Scott students return to classrooms a little fuller than last year, with 1,078 expected the first week of high school. more
Aug. 23, 2006: Maysville residents were preparing to celebrate the community’s 150th birthday with a day of activities including a cemetery walk, wagon tours, a historical program, entertainment, and a beef sandwich dinner. Dorothy Fischer and Ruby Ferris also prepared a booklet on the history of the town, which was platted by steamboat captain James May in 1856. more
North Scott students will return unmasked to schools with at least 40 new open-enrollment students, an added kindergarten section at Shepard Elementary, and some brighter buildings. more
All classroom furniture is out of storage and ready for what Superintendent Joe Stutting hopes to be a normal school year. more
Princeton summerfest covers the town from bottom to top this Saturday. more
June 30, 1971: Three days of festivities were scheduled for the Eldridge Centennial, July 3-5. It was the culmination of 18 months of planning by the Centennial Committee. A play, “Goin’ and Still Growin’," starring Debbie Kroeger and Sadie Arp, was being presented to tell the history of the town. Other activities included the parade, a tractor pull, street dances, horseshoe and baseball tournaments, kids’ activities, a cookout contest, carnival rides, a beard judging contest, and a pancake breakfast. Gov. Robert Ray, Lt. Gov. Roger Jepsen, and Congressman Fred Schwengel were scheduled to be in attendance at the parade. more
Virgil Grissom students honored more
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