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Lancer Productions is rolling out the red carpet and invites the North Scott community to “Be Our Guest” for a production of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” this weekend and next in the North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium. more
North Scott Rotary’s “Pay It Forward” campaign rolled into Princeton on April 3, and this time, Virgil Grissom students had the opportunity to help animals. more
North Scott superintendent Joe Stutting is the recipient of the Outstanding Superintendent Award, as part of the Outstanding Administrator Awards from the Iowa Bandmasters Association. The awards honor the expectational contributions of administrators who have demonstrated unwavering support for music education and the arts in their schools and communities. more
It’s official: North Scott sports fans will see a familiar face once again patrolling the sidelines of The Pit come boys’ basketball season. more
Behren Radech can dunk a basketball. For a friend though, he was willing to miss a few times. more
Eva Lubben of Long Grove, a senior at North Scott High School, finished first March 23 in the inaugural Tom Narak Four-Way Test speech contest sponsored by North Scott Rotary. more
North Scott Rotarians visited John Glenn Elementary School on March 21 as part of club president Tracy Lindaman’s “Pay It Forward” initiative. more
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds last Wednesday signed into law her top priority for the 2024 legislative session: a bill making changes to Iowa’s Area Education Agencies. more
The band Grosse Isle, which includes musicians Fiachra O’Regan, Sophie Lavoie and André Marchand, performed Irish-Quebecois folk music for students at John Glenn Elementary on Friday, March 22. more
Iowa’s public universities are seeing increased interest in on-campus living from new and returning students, citing convenience and satisfaction with offered resources by their colleges. more
Van Meter Inc. is helping power the future of the electrical industry through its new Spark Your Success Scholarship. The $2,500 scholarship is awarded to up to four individuals who have completed a high school degree or GED and are pursuing a field related to the electrical trades. more
As North Scott High School prepares to hire a new principal, the district added to its “Help Wanted” list. more
On Feb. 29, North Scott elementary students joined hundreds of other fourth- and fifth-graders from around the Quad Cities at the Quad City Symphony’s annual Symphony Day at the Adler Theatre in Davenport. more
Anticipation buzzed through the Scott County Library as the steady sound of pencils scraping paper reverberated through the room. Fifteen students murmured in concentration as teams clustered, ready to tackle question after question. more
Mashed potatoes and pizza are popular foods on their own. But a group of students in Jan Garland’s fourth-grade class at Walcott Elementary School took a chance and combined the two, winning a statewide agriculture contest in the process. more
200 South, North Scott’s premier jazz choir, earned a Division I rating and a near-perfect score at the State Jazz Choir Festival, held Feb. 5 at North Scott. more
On Thursday, Feb. 29, members of the cast and crew of Lancer Productions' upcoming "Beauty and the Beast" gathered to help unload costumes, props and set pieces that were purchased from a school in Florida. more
Changes are coming for North Scott's childcare program, director Theresa Tobin told the school board Monday. more
Longtime North Scott High School principal Shane Knoche has been hired as the new shared superintendent for the Calamus-Wheatland and Bennett school districts. more
The Calamus-Wheatland Community School District and Bennett Community School District School Boards have named Shane Knoche as the districts’ next shared superintendent. more
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