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Lancer athletes will be practicing inside the Silver Bullet replacement when winter hits, under a plan approved by North Scott School Board members Monday. more
The North Scott School Board election is still more than four months away, and candidates can’t even officially throw their hats into the ring until Aug. 26. more
Residents of the North Scott Community Schools will have an opportunity to provide their thoughts and feedback on how the district can better communicate with the public through a community survey. more
North Scott seniors Colin Wiersema and Katie Jackovich were recently recognized by Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds and Lot. Governor Adam Gregg for outstanding academic achievement at the 17th annual Governor's Scholar Recognition ceremony in Des Moines. more
These North Scott Junior High students were honored as Students of the Quarter at a special Recognition Breakfast on Thursday, May 30 . Students were selected by their teachers in recognition of their hard work, focused effort and respectful attitude in school. more
As the recent school year wound down, first-grade students from Wilton Elementary spent a warm spring afternoon enjoying a tour of a local dairy farm. more
Dalton "John" Hanenburg, a 2019 graduate of North Scott High School, has been awarded the F. William Beckwith Scholarship through the Iowa Grocers Education Foundation for the 2019-2020 academic year. Hanenburg was chosen for the $2,000 scholarship from an applicant pool of more than 400 students. There were 89 recipients who received scholarships totaling $160,600 this year. more
Mollie Hill, Grace Gephart, and Matea Kitchen are seventh-graders in North Scott Junior High. Their strong aptitude in math and science led teacher Erin Jenkins to recommend them to Tech Trek, an engaging camp for girls interested in hands-on science and technology. more
Emma Kruse and Reese Barnett have thought about starting a bakery business since they were in first grade. With the guidance of their teacher Vinnie Smith, they turned their dream into work. more
More than 50 North Scott teachers, aides and staff crowded the school board meeting room Monday to share fears about imminent health insurance cost increases. more
The Auxiliary Unit of the Larry M. Gronewold American Legion Post in Donahue has chosen Lauren Wall to attend this year’s Girls State session. Lauren will join girls from all over the state on the campus of Drake University in Des Moines. The weeklong session is a learning-by-doing government experience from local to state levels. more
Every year, the American Legion Auxiliary sends girls that have completed their junior year in high school to Girls State, an inspirational, educational, fun and life-changing experience for young women. The program’s objective is to develop leadership skills, confidence, and action-based understanding of the governmental process.  more
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