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Project Jack: Classified

On Tuesday, May 8, the fifth-grade classes at Alan Shepard Elementary School in Long Grove visited the Stead Family Children’s Hospital at the University of Iowa. The students had the opportunity to learn about the hospital that had helped one of their own schoolmates, Francis Nass, just last year. They also got to experience some hands-on STEM activities in the medical field. more

Shepard traffic tops forum concerns

Alan Shepard Elementary School traffic already is raising concerns, and Long Grove city council members asked school board members if their town’s looming growth might further crowd the school. 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

Pork Producers to award two $250 scholarships

The scholarships are for graduating high school seniors and current college students from families who have been Scott County Pork Producers for at least two consecutive years. more

NSEF announces two new scholarships

Two families with both past and present connections to the North Scott community are investing in its future. more

FFA leadership fits Engelbrecht

Chloe Engelbrecht has a big jacket to fill. more

Three present at World Food Prize conference

Three North Scott FFA students brought their research projects to the seventh annual World Food Prize Iowa Youth Institute, May 1 at Iowa State University. more

Hall of Fame inductions

These athletes returned to their roots for induction into the North Scott Athletic Hall of Fame at the Athletic Boosters' annual Awards Night Wednesday, May 2 at the NSHS auditorium. more

Drinking water at Ed White just got easier

Thanks to the generosity of a local Girl Scout Brownie troop, students at Ed White Elementary in Eldridge have a new and drip-free way to fill their water bottles at school. more

North Scott Junior High students honored

These North Scott Junior High students were honored as Students of the Quarter at a special Recognition Breakfast on Wednesday, April 11. Students were selected by their teachers in recognition of their hard work, focused effort and respectful attitude in school. more

Sheila Erps: Girls’ sports trailblazer

She wasn’t the best athlete on the team, the fastest girl on the track or the hottest hitter on the softball diamond. But when it came to work ethic, Sheila (Erps) Gillespie had very few equals. more

Mindy Heidgerken: Class of 2003

It was the spring of 1998, and North Scott’s softball team was holding its annual pre-season intrasquad game between the sophomore and varsity teams. more
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