Kid Scoop News Stories

  • Samantha G. 3rd Grade – Hunt Elementary

If I created a Halloween costume it would be half of a zombie because zombies are creepy, zombies are green, and the zombies eat brains!  The …

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During the summer months, feature writers from Girls’ Inc. shared their thoughts about the summer activities with our Kid Scoop weekly readers…

Ms. Jungers’ kinders from Hunt Elementary were visited by some very special service people last month.  Fire Fighters from the Sioux City Fire…

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Bees do more than just make honey — did you know we can also thank them for nearly one-third of the food we eat? Many of our healthy fruits, v…

It’s fall and you know what that means! Volleyball! Volleyball is a great sport for boys and girls. It takes a lot of concentration, trusting …

Jason Gehling, Business Banking Manager and Market President for Wells Fargo in Sioux City, has some sage and sound advice for our students.  …

There it is, Crazy Horse standing 6,532 feet tall. I think the sculpture is really cool and you should visit it if you get the chance. Crazy H…

Don’t want to watch TV after school and there aren’t any new games on internet...start a business.  If making money for a few months or years …

My class is special because we have a Gong, windows, hanging lights and we even have our own computers. I really think my class is so cool bec…

If I could open a business I would open a Patisserie called Le Tasty Patisserie.  I would make all of the famous French pastries, mainly crois…

This summer we shared book ideas with our Kid Scoop page readers in the Sioux City Journal.  Even though summer is about over, these book reco…

Welcome back to our young artists’ page.  Each month, we highlight the area’s young visual artists to celebrate the importance of the fine art…

The Sioux City Tolerance Week activities began with the announcement of the winners for the annual art and essay contests.  In the middle scho…

 This past month, three students from area high schools met to discuss their understanding of the concept of “tolerance.”  They were given dic…