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Incline Education Fund Honored by the Nevada Governor’s Office

May 21, 2024 | Member Submitted

Originally published with Incline Education Fund 05/21/2024

The Incline Education Fund was recently named the Nevada STEM Advocate of the year by the Nevada Governor’s Office of Science, Innovation and Technology (OSIT). They were recognized for their work in supporting the Incline Elementary, Middle and High Schools’ success in becoming the First and Only K12 STEM Pathway in Nevada.

Tracey Howard, STEM Program Director, OSIT, stated that “Incline Education Fund has been indispensable in helping Incline Village become Nevada’s first PK-12 Designated STEM pathway.” Ms. Howard noted that IEF’s work allows every public school child in Incline an opportunity to experience high-quality STEM learning experiences and programming throughout their education. 

Both Danahey and Schrage were appreciative of the recognition noting that it is the consistent daily, monthly and year-to-year efforts of the entire staff ofthe Incline Village schools that made this recognition possible.”The Incline Schools staff is continually working to bring the best innovative and teaching practices along with the latest STEM equipment to the Incline Schools,” said Danahey. “And while the schools have been successful in enhancing the student learning experience, we are not resting on our laurels. It is our goal to help make the Incline schools the best in the state.”Schrage added, “We are continually working to bring more resources and support to the Incline Schools. With your help, the Incline Schools can continue to lead the way in providing a robust STEM education for every student.

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