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The Phyllis Heuer Chapter of National Honor Society at North Scott High School inducted new members during a ceremony on April 29. more
Anthony (Tony) Friederichs, a 2017 Durant High School graduate, a member of the Wilton FFA chapter, and a former Scott County 4-H'er, was awarded the American FFA Degree at the 91st National FFA Convention & Expo 2018 in Indianapolis. more
Years of hard work in the classroom paid off for members of North Scott's Class of 2019 on Wednesday, May 8, as the North Scott Educational Foundation (NSEF) and other generous community donors presented college scholarships. more
Yes, you’d have to call it a dynasty. more
North Scott School Board members unveiled a five-year project list totaling $19 million, and disclosed drawings for a new agricultural research center and a separate YMCA fitness center with a pool. more
There were no ESPN or local television cameras present, but the scene was not unlike those staged announcements where high-profile high school athletes announce their much-anticipated college choices. more
Project Jack took Glenn Elementary fifth-graders to Petsmart to buy $500 of supplies for King’s Harvest Pet Rescue Shelter in Davenport. more
The Iowa Association of School Boards observes celebrate and thank their local school board superheroes during School Board Recognition Month, May 1-31. This year’s theme, “Superheroes for Public Education,” pays tribute to the work of these unpaid volunteers and the impact they have on Iowa public education. more
North Scott Schools will begin seeking partners for a new regional agriculture education center, among the top district priorities now that the Iowa legislature assured sales tax financing through 2051. more
The Ed White Elementary multipurpose gymnasium became a hustling, bustling food packing plant on Thursday, March 28, as fourth-, fifth- and sixth-grade students spent the afternoon doing their part to help those less fortunate. more
Thanks to fourth-grade students at Alan Shepard Elementary in Long Grove, the memory of Jack Lindaman is now helping animals. more
After being inspired by the Fiorito brothers, who started Blankets of Hope in New York City, North Scott  teacher Mrs. Elise Ward and her fifth-grade students at Neil Armstrong and John Glenn elementaries took it upon themselves to make a difference in their community by joining in on the movement. more
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