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The Board of Regents voted unanimously Jan. 12 to permanently remove the standardized testing requirement for admission to Iowa’s public universities. more
A new, $50,000 state grant will allow North Scott schools to hire a transition counselor to work with students on college, career and tech training plans, and follow some students after they’ve left the high school. more
North Scott schools took in about $1.5 million more in revenue than prior years, mostly due to federal pandemic relief, according to the latest annual audit more
DuTrac Community Credit Union is now accepting applications for its 2022 academic scholarships. Application forms are available at all 13 DuTrac branch offices, including Eldridge, or online at Dutrac.org. Deadline is Friday, March 25. more
Travel to the magical kingdom of Arendelle as Lancer Productions presents Disney’s “Frozen Jr.” this weekend and next in the North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium. more
Here are some of the top priorities of the Iowa Association of School Boards, adopted by the North Scott school board: more
North Scott schools reported 67 student COVID absences this week, the highest since the pandemic began, superintendent Joe Stutting told board members Monday. more
New Halo security cameras in high school and junior high bathrooms will detect vaping, loud noises, and cries for help, then alert school staff and in some cases, call 911. more
An upcoming ruling by the United States Supreme Court will have major implications for North Scott schools, Scott County, and any public or private firm with 100 or more employees. more
It all started with an annual walk-through of the building, and it didn’t take North Scott superintendent Joe Stutting long to make an observation about the carpet in the John Glenn Elementary library. more
Wayne Alvin Meyer, of Scott County, was honored at North Scott’s Winter Concert on Sunday, Dec. 12. more
A new North Scott Junior High FFA chapter welcomed a new board of officers who signed the inaugural charter Dec. 8 at the junior high media center. more
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