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Incline Village School Updates

January 24, 2024 | Mary Danahey

Submitted by Mary Danahey from Incline Education Fund, 01/23/24

Community Read Along:

Lake Tahoe School, Incline Elementary School and the Incline Village Library are launching a Community Book Club for Families.

Library class at both schools are reading Katherine Applegate’s Newbery Medal bestseller, the One and Only Ivan. There will be a FREE, community-wide event held at  the public library on Tuesday, Feb. 13th.  Crafts, games, food and fun for all to inspire a love of reading. Register for this free event at the QR code below.


IES is excited to announce the launch of a dedicated Art Program!  

Through grants funded by Incline Education Fund, this interdisciplinary program will teach students about art concepts, allow them to study famous artists and their techniques, and delve into real-world careers that employ or intersect with art. 

The IES Art Program is also designed to integrate with the IES STEM curriculum.  By collaborating with classroom and enrichment teachers, the art program helps IES students gain an understanding of how the arts and sciences work together while helping to develop critical and creative thinking skills. 


IMS continues to offer an impressive array of classes during the Wednesday Exploratory period.  This quarter’s offerings include:

On campus:  Video Production, Musical Theater, Leadership, Culinary, Computer Literacy, Snow Science with Mountain Gateway

Off campus:   Nordic skiing, Pet Network, Swimming, Bowling


Both We The People and the Engineering students are busy preparing for the next stages of competition – so stayed tuned for updates in February and April.

IHS will hold Mock Interviews again this spring. If you would like to participate by being an “interviewer” (and potentially hire for summer positions) please contact Mary at maryd@inclineeducationfund.org

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