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In The News – Caring for Classrooms gives each Incline school $1,000

May 1, 2024 | Member Submitted

Originally Published in the Tahoe Daily Tribune on 04/26/2024, Written by Brenna O’Boyle

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. – Education Alliance gave $1,000 to Incline Village Elementary, Incline Middle, and Incline High schools Wednesday as part of its program to assist with underfunded needs.

Each public school in Washoe County received $1,000 toward student engagement, teacher/staff recognition, educational excursions, technology, or student health and wellness.

“We are lucky to live in a community with thoughtful business and foundation leaders who care about the future of our region and will invest their money and time to improve the lives of students in Washoe County School District,” said Sarah Gobbs-Hill, Education Alliance executive director. “We know there is a lot of work ahead of us to get to the level of support our students and teachers need as they address the learning gaps and student disengagement issues that have arisen since the pandemic. Our students need us more than ever and we hope others in our community will continue to join forces with us to support them.”


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