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Neil Armstrong Elementary School hosted its annual STEM Night on April 4. NSP photos by Mark Ridolfi. more
April 28, 2004: The Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce honored Lorenz Behrens of Long Grove as the “Volunteer of the Year.” Always a modest person, Lorenz had not sought any recognition for the many ways he had stepped forward to help without thought of compensation or thanks. Some of his associations included the American Legion, Eldridge Lions, North Scott FFA, Scott County Corn and Soybean Association, Faith Lutheran Church, the Iowa State Historical Society, and at the various races in the area: The Bix, Eldridge Moonlight Chase, Long Grove Strawberry Run, and the Donahue Sodbuster Run. more
Rural Scott County families in need of assistance will benefit from a Mobile Food Pantry as River Bend Foodbank and the North Scott School District once again join forces to bring free food to the community. 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
April 26, 1979: In their first trip to the state jazz band competition, the North Scott Jazz Band, directed by Dan Anderson, brought home a Class A state championship. Several musicians won individual honors. Kevin Halstead was selected as one of the four top musicians in the state. Alan Goldis received an honorable mention. Outstanding solo awards went to Jim Williams, Rob Medd, Craig Welsh, George Shreves and Roger Gilbert. more
April 16, 2014: The North Scott School Board began exploring the possibility of adding an athletic field house and training center to the high school’s assets. NS activities director Jason Schroeder was given permission to form an exploratory committee after he presented a list of needs compiled by the high school activity coaches. more
A North Scott school bus collision with a 12-year-old junior high student refocused attention on Fifth Street school traffic in Eldridge that the mayor, police chief and school superintendent agree is “a huge mess.” more
The Silver Bullet (steel building east of the high school) will come down June 1, ending years of service to countless Lancer ballplayers who learned their games in the shed the district bought ages ago for $1. more
Neil Armstrong Elementary School recently hosted Read Across America Day and Literacy Night. NSP photos by Scott Campbell and Mark Ridolfi. more
After a full house for literacy night Feb. 28 at Shepard Elementary in Long Grove, just a handful of people stuck around for the North Scott School Board forum that lasted about 30 minutes. more
March 5, 2014: With a thrilling 47-46 victory over Cedar Rapids Xavier, the North Scott girls’ basketball team earned a trip to the state tournament in a game played at Mount Vernon. Teammates Gina Percuoco, Karly Soy, Shelley Matthys and Karli Rucker mobbed Evan Hundley after she made the game-winning shot with time running out. more
The North Scott school board is considering selling vacant school property in Eldridge as sites for student-built homes. more
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