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North Scott school leaders are mapping a way forward from the April 14 junior high forum, intending to turn aspirations into actions. more
North Scott schools are bracing for more open enrollment students, especially from Davenport, as Iowa legislators banned diversity plans Davenport had used to keep some students from leaving. more
Some already know that they want to be nurses, or at least work in the medical profession. Others already have jobs lined up. Some are still searching for their career paths, and are using North Scott’s CNA class as a tool to help determine their futures. more
Speaking in a calm, soothing voice, Chase Porter talks to a prone patient. Keeping up a steady stream of conversation, his hands move quickly as he circles the hospital bed. more
After a more than yearlong hiatus, Lancer Productions returns to the North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium with a brand new musical, Disney’s "Descendants: The Musical." And according to producer Stacie Kintigh, they couldn’t be more excited to be back. more
More than 300 filled North Scott junior high bleachers Monday night to hear about 30 students and parents react to diversity lessons that some lauded for uniting, and others blamed for dividing the community. more
The Eastern Iowa Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers is awarding $8,000 worth of scholarships to college-bound high school seniors and current university students in Iowa for the 2021-2022 academic year. more
Three North Scott school board members attended a legislative forum in Walcott Saturday to ask Republicans Rep. Ross Paustian and Sen. Mark Lofgren to fight a new GOP proposal to outlaw the property tax district voters just approved for the North Scott YMCA. more
North Scott School board members bought nearly $800,000 in digital technology Monday, and expect more is on the way. more
The Walcott Lions Club is accepting scholarship applications from high school seniors and above (college-attending students), from the Walcott area. more
When Ryan Gale walks through the halls of North Scott High School, an ever-present baseball cap on his head, he’s typically met with smiles, fist bumps and positive greetings. more
A fraction of Scott County’s registered voters backed two school tax referenda in a Tuesday, March 2 election that lacked enough polling places. more
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