< Back to Community News

Incline Village School Updates

November 28, 2023 | Mary Danahey

Submitted by Mary Danahey of Incline Education Fund

With the holiday season officially upon us, things are going to get a little busy around town. 

Here are a few noteworthy items happening at the schools.


*Next week is the IES Scholastic Book Fair – a great place to start your holiday shopping!

*IES is piloting a new dedicated art program in hopes of turning their STEM program into STEAM, so plan to attend the Second Annual IES Makerspace Holiday Parade and see all of the exciting collaborative work being done at IES!  Mark your calendars for 10:00 on Dec. 22nd.

*The IES choir will be singing at the Candy Cane Lane event on Dec 2nd on the UNR-LT campus. The event is from 2-5pm


*IEF and IMS would like to thank those Villagers who turned out for the recent Trash to Treasure (T to T) community clean up event.  Nearly 500 lbs of trash was collected!.

The T to T group will spend the next couple of months sorting and analyzing the trash before beginning turning it all into ‘treasure’.  

Callia Schell, a current UNR-LT student will be taking a lead role in helping the students create that treasure – providing not only artistic guidance but also a wonderful opportunity to collaborate on a community-wide project.  

*IMS has begun an exciting chapter of MATHCOUNTS.  This is an exciting after-school opportunity to get in on some advanced math games and competitions.

*The IMS Robotics class will be participating again in this season’s IVCBS Northern Lights competition.  Stay tuned for the display location.


*The National Honor Society students at IHS are providing a Parent’s Night Out on Dec 8th. From 5-8:30.

the kids get to hang out, enjoying some holiday crafting and fun while you get you eat in PEACE! See the attached flyer for details.

*Basketball is in full swing, so make sure to check the Highlanders schedule for game times. 

*There is a Wrestling tournament on Sat 12/2 at Douglas High School

*Congratulations!  IHS is now a proud member of the GOLD AP School Honor Roll – one of only 9% of schools in the country.

Related Blog Posts

Sign up for our weekly SnapShot newsletter