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

It sounded like a food fight. more

Funded for the Future: Wilton ag program earns $70,000 in grant funding

Durant and Wilton students have a unique opportunity to work between a greenhouse, 30 acres of farmland, a hog barn and sheep barn — all located in Wilton. Both schools are under the direction of Gary Bruns, who began his second round of teaching at Wilton High School this school year. more

Retirements stem pink slips

Alan Shepard Elementary Principal Sherri Marceau and John Glenn Elementary reading specialist Ann Lange are among North Scott schools’ staff who bit on early retirement offers intended to trim payroll. more

Schools give $15K for Y design

Sixteen months after launching research on a North Scott YMCA, the North Scott School Board became the first to pitch in for a $45,000 facility design to be funded equally by the city, the Y and the school district. more

Disabilities confound junior high schoolers: Students struggle with sight, hearing and mobility impairments

Josh Herbst sat in darkness, clueless about how to proceed. more

A ‘Haunting’ Performance: North Scott Junior High students ready for their moment in the spotlight

Spooky frights and other delights await audiences as North Scott Junior High presents its spring musical, “The Great Ghost Chase,” this Sunday at 2 p.m. in the North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium. more

AEA leader named Academic All-Star

Iowa Public Television announced on March 15 that Aaron Maurer from Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency 9 is one of 30 educators from across the country named to the first PBS Digital Innovator All-Star program. more

Spring swing show comes to end: Conflicting events end 50-year tradition

A 50-year tradition at North Scott has come to an end. For the first time since 1968, there will be no Swing Show in March featuring high school music groups. The annual show would have taken place this upcoming weekend, March 23-24. 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

School bill nets $2,000 for NS

Legislative efforts to equalize school funding among districts will bring a net increase of $2,000 for one year to North Scott Schools. more

Students awarded STEM scholarships

Several local students were among those receiving scholarships during the Quad City Engineering and Science Council STEM Week banquet, held Feb. 22 at the Putnam Museum, Davenport. more

North Scott ag educator tabbed for ISU honor

Jacob Hunter has been named the 2018 Emerging Iowa Leader by the Iowa State University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. more
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