Incline Village public schools back in session
Nearly 1,000 students who attend public school in Incline Village returned to their classes Monday.
Following are a few quotes submitted to the Bonanza from Washoe County School District administrators regarding the new school year:
John Mayer, president of the Board of Trustees: “We always look forward to welcoming our students back to school after the summer break. We join our Incline families in celebrating the first day of school, and I know a great year of learning and growing lies ahead for all of our Incline students and families.”
Superintendent Traci Davis: “This is a great day for our students and families in Incline Village. I am grateful to our wonderful teachers, principals, staff members, and families at our Incline schools who help and encourage our students to achieve their academic goals as they move toward college and highly-skilled careers. It’s going to be a great year at our Incline schools, and it all starts today!”
Leslie Hermann, K-12 administrator for Incline schools: “This is the best day of the year in Incline Village. It is a day of excitement, hope, and focus on the great things that will happen during the school year. Our staff has been working hard to prepare for this year with a focus on student engagement, questioning, literacy strategies, and differentiation. We promise this will be the best school year yet in Incline. Let the games begin!”
Incline schools follow a different schedule than other schools in the Washoe County School District. Visit washoeschools.net/Page/2052 for more information on the balanced calendar.
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