It has been a week of awards and celebration at Lake Tahoe School.
Four LTS science fair finalists were recognized by The Western Nevada Science and Engineering Fair, held March 8th and 9th in Carson City. Congratulations to:
Bella Artle 2nd Place, Life Science Division, 2nd Place, American Chemical Society
Brenna Ritchie 3rd Placer, Life Science Division
Jack Ludviksen 3rd Place, Environmental Science, 3rd Place, American Chemical Society
Keira Sabin 4th Place, Engineering Division.
Lake Tahoe School was one among many schools represented at the Fair, competing against hundreds of other students.
‘Tis admissions season for secondary schools, and a number of our current 8th graders and recent graduates have applied to a range of exemplary high schools. Since there are those who have not yet made decisions, I am refraining from publishing names and schools together, however, I trust you will be as impressed as I by acceptances from:
Academy of Arts, Careers, and Technology
Colorado Rocky Mountain School
In other competitions that extend far beyond the Tahoe Basin, once again the Incline High School We The People team will be participating in the national competition in Washington, DC, later in April. During its 17 years of existence, the IHS team has earned a spot in Washington a remarkable 10 times. Every year, Lake Tahoe School graduates help form the backbone of these strong teams. This year, we are proud to support LTS alums Harmony Bates, Emily Donahue, Andrico Mourelatos, Serena Singh, and Devina Stone. Other team members include: Kennedy Cohn, Daniel Gollery, Karyss Thompson, Keegan Wells, Bridget Johnson, Peter Larson, Jeremy Goldberg, Blaise Bibolet, Benji Miranda, Dulce Medina, Alyssa Flynn, and Kim Floam. Should you see any of these hardworking students or their parents around town, be sure to congratulate them and wish them well.