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A labor shortage that has cropped up across the country may soon be playing havoc with junior high and high school athletic events. more
Six candidates have filed nomination papers for three seats which will be filled on the North Scott School Board in the Nov. 2 election. more
With COVID-19 numbers seemingly on the decline, students, teachers and administrators across the North Scott School District are anxious to return to business as usual. more
Incumbent board members Tracy Lindaman, Mark Pratt and Donn Wilmott are seeking reelection. more
North Scott was very well represented in the 50th Anniversary 2021 Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Youth Jazz Band Festival in Davenport. Forty percent of the area students this year were from North Scott. more
North Scott students return to classrooms a little fuller than last year, with 1,078 expected the first week of high school. more
As the delta variant has college and university officials across Iowa wondering how to rein in COVID-19 this fall, two private colleges have different approaches. more
Kylie McCabe, the president of North Scott’s National Honor Society and Service Club, has had a unique high school experience through her leadership positions, where people rely on her. more
North Scott superintendent Joe Stutting discussed the coming school year  with high school seniors Kendall Deutmeyer and Caden Romero, who are NSP interns this summer. more
The district reported disciplinary referrals were affected so much by the pandemic, staff struggled to discern trends. more
Neil Armstrong students earn Presidential fitness awards more
North Scott students will return unmasked to schools with at least 40 new open-enrollment students, an added kindergarten section at Shepard Elementary, and some brighter buildings. more
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