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The Iowa Board of Regents has settled 2023-25 contract negotiations with the state’s public university unions, ending with a 3 percent base wage increase with United Faculty, SEIU, and the Campaign to Organize Graduate Students. more
When the curtain comes down for the final time on Lancer Productions’ “Anything Goes” this Sunday, the cast and crew won’t be the only ones taking one last bow. more
The North Scott Speech team recently wrapped up a successful season. more
Set sail with Lancer Productions and the musical “Anything Goes,” this weekend and next in the North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium. more
North Scott school district taxpayers will see next year’s tax rate and levy stay nearly the same as the district funds construction debt largely from sales tax revenues. more
With small hands and big hearts, Neil Armstrong Elementary students made an impact on Scott County foster children. more
Eldridge council and North Scott school board partnerships have brought a police officer to the high school, sustained the student-built home project, found a new future for the city’s old fitness center, and created a new YMCA. more
North Scott school board members launch four listening sessions 6:30 p.m., Thursday at Armstrong Elementary in Park View. more
North Scott High School sophomore Ashley Mose was among 75 students from across the nation to attend the National FFA Next Gen Animal Systems Conference in Denver, and the lone Iowan among students. more
North Scott school building principals shared these updates with the school board Monday night. more
North Scott schools regional innovation center will be built for $18,690,357 under a bid package approved Monday by four of five board members following an hour of discussion. more
2023 Southeast FFA District Results more
On Saturday, March 4, five teams of elementary school students traveled to the Eldridge Library to compete in the North Scott district Battle of the Books competition. more
The Spanish Club students at the junior high and high school sold 201 pulseras, or bracelets from their goal of 200 and five bolsitas, or purses, for a total of $1,482 raised. more
North Scott schools’ preschool rates are going up $10 a week, but still remain lower than nearby private competitors. more
One of the best agriculture educators in Iowa not only earned statewide recognition for FFA’s tremendous growth at North Scott; Emily Kruse also planned her own surprise celebration. more
Abbi Lafrenz graduated from North Scott in 2020. You might have seen her running cross country, track, and playing basketball when she wasn’t working on FFA and 4H. She learned to make time for all these activities. Whether it was waking up early to get homework done, or staying late to practice for competitions, Abbi did what was needed. more
Ceandra Staub, a 2020 graduate of North Scott, is another recipient of the American FFA Degree. During her time in FFA, Ceandra competed in two speaking competitions—Conduct of Meetings and Agricultural Issues—for years where she was able to develop and refine new skills. These skills, namely delegation, collaboration, and communication, are things she finds to have carried over to her current work and role as a student leader for her college ministry at ISU. more
Whether it’s been months or years in FFA, everyone gets the chance to grow. Chloe Engelbrecht, a North Scott graduate of 2020, is now attending Iowa State University for agriculture business and economics. She’s got a job lined up for this summer at Hormel Foods in Bethlehem, Pa. more
Cole Claussen is the first Pleasant Valley student to attend North Scott, and first to receive the American Degree—the highest honor that can be earned by an FFA member. more
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