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Four fewer students enrolled district-wide in North Scott schools as of Oct. 2, the date Iowa schools record annual enrollment. more
4-H is the start of many great adventures for members, but what do you think of when you think of 4-H? more
District 6000 of Rotary International in southern Iowa, including Scott County, is now accepting applications for its study abroad program, Rotary Youth Exchange, for the academic year 2019-20. more
Two longtime educators who retired last spring will be honored as Grand Marshals of the 2018 Homecoming Parade. more
Representing North Scott’s senior class as members of the 2018 Homecoming Court are these 10 students, who were announced during a rousing aud Monday at Lancer Stadium. The queen and king candidates will appear in the Homecoming parade through Eldridge on Thursday evening. After the parade, they will gather — along with a throng of their classmates and the rest of the student body  and members of the community — for a pep rally at the stadium, where the coronation will take place. more
North Scott’s High School auditorium reopened Monday with a snip of a ribbon and a strong cheer for the star of the show: A community voluntarily pitching in on the $3.75 million provided by taxpayers for the makeover. more
The first ever TEDxYouth event will be held at the Putnam Museum in Davenport on Jan. 16, 2019. The event theme will be “Change Makers” and will be focused on having youth presenters, between the ages of 15-24. The call for speakers began Aug. 22 and is open to Quad-Cities area high school and regional college students. more
A walking tour of the newly refurbished North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium with longtime show producer Tom Goodall and North Scott technical director Josh Tipsword on Sept. 12 gave this writer a preview of what Lancer patrons will see at the Oct. 1 Open House, or whenever they next experience this crown jewel. more
Glen Keppy will chair the North Scott School Board, a unanimous choice Monday by board members seeking a successor to John Maxwell. more
FFA welcomed women into their ranks in 1969. more
Area public school superintendents cheer Grissom students during a Sept. 13 United Way rally promoting no more than 5 percent of student absences any given day. more
Davenport West industrial technology teacher and Project Lead the Way advisor Greg Smith is one of seven members appointed by Gov. Kim Reynolds to serve on the first Governor’s Teachers Cabinet. Smith is also the recipient of the 2017 Kemin I.O.W.A. STEM Teacher Award. more
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