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Collin Ellis takes over the Lancer reins

There’s a new but familiar face atop the scorecard of North Scott’s boys’ golf program, and he comes with a whole lot of course cred. more

New students push Armstrong, Shepard class sizes

Just a few new kindergarten students are putting pressure on Neil Armstrong and Alan Shepard elementary class sizes, which may reach 26 or more. more

Welcome to the 2018-19 school year!

As summer is coming to a close, I know our students, parents, and staff are getting excited for another school year to begin. I am sure most of you are like me and wonder where the summer went.  We are blessed to live in a community where education is highly valued and supported by all.  As always, it is a privilege to be able to serve the North Scott Community School District as superintendent of schools. more

North Scott runners eye state meet berths

Make no mistake about it. North Scott’s cross country teams are ready to roll, and if the 2018 season doesn’t end in Fort Dodge, then there’s going to be a whole slew of upset Lancers. more

Six women you need to know at NSHS

Jodi Williams is the first face most high school visitors see in the front office and the first voice parents hear on the high school attendance phone line. more

Gold again!

There is no doubt.  The message has been signed, sealed and now delivered. North Scott is the king of the high school trapshooting world. more

Diamond Dash brings $40K in prizes back to Eldridge

The 9th Annual Necker’s Jewelers Diamond Dash will take over Eldridge as hundreds of participants hit the streets Saturday, Aug. 18 for a chance at prizes totaling $40,000. more

Barry Lahann hired at North Scott; River Bandits played in Eldridge

Aug. 7, 1968: Barry Lahann was hired as coordinator of physical education for the North Scott elementary schools. He was working on planning curriculum for grades 1-6 and would be teaching one class a week to each elementary class section in the district. more

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards

Rotary clubs throughout Iowa sponsored the week-long Rotary Youth Leadership Awards conference which was attended by 240 high school students plus student and adult counselors July 15-20 at Grinnell College. more

'Friendly Town' program brought urban youth to area farms

July 31, 1968: The Norman Schroder and Robert Carter families from the Princeton area were participants in the “Friendly Town” program which was designed to promote better race relations by “just getting to know each other on a one-on-one basis.” more

1978: Iowa Machine Shed opened

July 20, 1978: Plans were announced for the opening on July 25 of the Iowa Machine Shed, a new restaurant “dedicated to the Iowa farmer,” located on highway 130 just south of Interstate 80. Happy Joe Whitty and Dan Whalen were the developers behind the project. more

North Scott auditorium on track for October opening

North Scott High School’s auditorium renovation is on schedule for an October ribbon cutting. more
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