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Incline Village School Updates

December 13, 2023 | Mary Danahey

Submitted by Incline Education Fund: Mary Danahey

Head over to Incline High School from 6pm to 8pm today! (12/13) for Winterfest, a community event featuring food, cookie decorating, trivia games, dreidel games, and more. Friends and family are welcome to attend! Entrance is $5, and you can enjoy pizza and a drink for an additional $5

Make your way over to Gus’ BBQ to check out the Incline Middle School’s Holiday Light Show. The robotics class has created a light show timed to holiday music as an entry for the Incline Northern Lights competition.

Mark your caldendars for the second annual Incline Elementary School Holiday parade, Dec 22 at 10:00.  Come watch the K-5th grade students maneuver their robots down the parade route all decked out in “holiday attire”. 

And here’s a bunch of great news from our schools!

Our amazing educators:

Congratulations to 2 more of our amazing IHS teachers, Amy Henderson Seitz and Courtney Taves for completing their Maintenance Certification for their National Boards.  This achievement is a voluntary, advanced teaching credential that demonstrates their accomplishments and commitment to their craft.  It is the highest certification that a teacher can obtain, with less than 5% of Nevada high school teachers having done so. 

IVCBA and IEF would also like to congratulate a few of our high school students – for both athletic and academic achievements:

IHS hosted the exciting Highlander Basketball Tournament last week and Tommy Williams amazed us all by scoring his 1,000th career point! Quite an accomplishment.

And not to be outdone, our first female wrestlers at IHS deserve recognition as well. As Principal Cahill remarked, “Pearl Carle and Isabel De Paz Shine have both shone fearless determination and willingness to step out of their comfort zone serve as an inspiration to us all.”

Principal Cahill also recognized the Highlander JROTC Leadership & Academic Bowl Team (JLAB)) for their outstanding achievements. JLAB is a prestigious, nationwide competition that culminates in the Level III JLAB Championship at Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., scheduled for June 2024. 

Once again, the IHS ‘We the People’ team has made it to the state competition at UNR in February. 

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