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Shepard kids pack 5,000 meals for Haiti: The Jack Project inspires students

It sounded like a food fight. more

Donahue teens enjoy Boys State

Zachary Garrard and Brandon Schmeink represented the Donahue American Legion at the Iowa chapter of the American Legions Boys State from June 10-15 at Camp Dodge, Johnston. This participatory program gives young men the opportunity to see up close how the government works at the local, county, and state levels. more

Wilmott wins reelection; Lindaman, Pratt elected to NS School Board

With Donn Wilmott winning reelection, newcomers Tracy Lindaman and Mark Pratt will fill the remaining two open spots on the North Scott School Board following Tuesday's elections. more

Teens vs. fire

All those 8 a.m. Sunday morning equipment checks paid off. more

Share & Care turns 40: Park View preschool to celebrate with Aug. 27 open house

It’s two weeks before the first day of classes at Share & Care Preschool in Park View, and teachers Denise Weiss and Rhonda Upmeyer are busy sprucing up the school’s outside playground area. more

New NS board members ready for duty – Lindaman receives the most votes; Hansel finishes fourth

North Scott schools will move forward with two new members eager to join the school board and almost everyone still a bit shocked to bid adieu to incumbent Nick Hansel. more

NS schools buy 18 acres for agriculture center: Aaron Arp family agrees to $27,000 per acre

North Scott schools’ long-held desire for an FFA regional center is moving forward more quickly than anticipated with board approval Monday night to buy 18.8 acres of the Arp family farm on South First Street for $507,600. more

School board lends an ear: First forum focuses on traffic safety outside of schools

Student safety issues were on the minds of parents and area residents when members of the North Scott School Board hosted the first of several open forums on Thursday at Neil Armstrong Elementary in Park View. more

Gracious Professionals at Armstrong

The Neil Armstrong Lego League team competed at the State Competition in Ames on Sunday, Jan. 14, and received the award for "Gracious Professionalism." more

Personnel decisions top North Scott agenda

North Scott School Board members were scheduled to approve the following personnel changes at the May 29 meeting, which occurred after this week’s holiday deadline.  NSP coverage of the meeting will be in the June 6 print and online editions. more

Bookmobile accepting donations of school supplies to ‘Rock Our Teachers’ World’

The Scott County Bookmobile wants to “Rock Our Teachers’ World!” and is gathering supplies for North Scott elementary teachers. more

Sweet sounds of success

In the midst of a busy April, North Scott High school music students took time to participate in the State Solo and Ensemble Contest held at Davenport West on Saturday, April 14. more
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