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Incline Village School Update

April 23, 2024 | Mary Danahey

Submitted by Mary Danahey of Incline Education Fund

There is a lot of school news this week, and a lot of great events are coming up!


The IHS We The People team came in First in their Division at the recent national championship held in Washington, D.C.

The small, but mighty team competed against 47 other schools – most of which had teams double, or triple in size.


Save the date! April 30th from 5-7 is the IMS Trash to Treasure Art Show at the Holman Arts Center.  

Callia Schnell, a UNR art and environmental science student, has been working with IMS art teacher Ginny Holmes to help IMS students create art from the trash collected as part of the trash to treasure program. Come by for a lite bite and see how creative our students can be.


The next meet up of the Inclined 2 Read Community Book Club is happening at the Incline Public Library on May 7th from 5:30-6:30.  

This is a great collaboration between Lake Tahoe School and Incline Elementary School to help build excitement for reading.

Here is a link to the event: https://events.washoecountylibrary.us/event/11718483

There is a Parent Preview TONIGHT at Incline Elementary School. This event is an opportunity for perspective K-1 families to tour the school and learn about all of the exciting things happening at IES. Come learn about the Makerspace, music and new art programs as well as the support and enrichment programs being offered. Families who can’t make it or who have questions about IES are encouraged to check out the flyer and call the school for an individual tour.  

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