Stories
3298 results total, viewing 13 - 24
Turn the calendar back three-and-a-half years when Burlington left the Mississippi Athletic Conference and Central DeWitt asked to join. North Scott was an enthusiastic Yes!, but some MAC schools (Bettendorf) looked down their noses because they wanted better competition. more
Jan. 15, 1997: The North Scott School District was exploring instituting a “no smoking” policy on school grounds. Smoking in school buildings and vehicles was prohibited in 1991, but the district wanted to ban the use of tobacco products in outside areas as well. Superintendent Pat DeLuca said a similar policy was in place at Pleasant Valley schools. more
As a child I wanted to be a teacher so that I could share my joy of learning with others. I believe education is key to success and students should receive learning instruction that best fits their specific needs. Every student is different and has a unique set of characteristics and different learning styles. more
Question: I want the record right now. How much time does the public agency have to produce a requested record? more
First:JERRY Middle:LEE Last:LEWIS Affix:JR Permanent ID:12-08469 Sex:Male Date of Birth: 6/6/1992 Current Age:29 Age at Booking:29 Height:5' 09" Weight:180 Pounds Race:African American Hair … more
First:COLLIN Middle:MYLIK Last:RUSH-BRANTLEY Affix: Permanent ID:12-07030 Sex:Male Date of Birth: 12/5/1993 Current Age:28 Age at Booking:28 Height:5' 07" Weight:150 Pounds Race:African American … more
First:JUSTIN Middle:LEE Last:ARGO Affix: Permanent ID:06-34677 Sex:Male Date of Birth: 12/7/1983 Current Age:38 Age at Booking:38 Height:6' 00" Weight:180 Pounds Race:White Hair Color:GRAY HAIR … more
"Do not presume that those who don’t vaccinate don’t care about others. Each person should make their own health choices based on their beliefs and needs. If you choose to receive the vaccine, then you should not need to worry about whether your neighbor has been vaccinated. The original definition of a vaccine states a vaccine will keep you from contracting the illness ..." more
The 2022 session of the Iowa Legislature began Jan. 10, much as lawmakers have convened for most of the past 175 years: with speeches and ceremony, the reuniting of friends and the renewal of partisan enmity. more
Scott County supervisors adopted these legislative priorities from the Urban County Coalition lobby for the state’s five largest counties. more
Here are some of the top priorities of the Iowa Association of School Boards, adopted by the North Scott school board: more
Expect the legislature to quickly resolve this year’s supplemental aid for Iowa schools, Sen. Chris Cournoyer, R-LeClaire, said. more
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 275 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.