As a part of a rotating community exhibit, fourth grade students at Lake Tahoe School were invited to submit artwork to the Gatekeeper’s Museum in Tahoe City. With the leadership of art teacher Alison Lee, students chose the theme of “Tahoe Transformations,” exploring the students’ perspectives on the change of seasons and the history of Lake Tahoe from past to present day time. In addition to our students’ artwork, the exhibit displays a special historical dedication to Lake Tahoe School as we celebrate our 25th anniversary this year!

From the museum: “Our goal at the Gatekeeper’s Museum is to be a pillar of education in our community while preserving the cultural and historical heritage of North Lake Tahoe. We hope you will visit our museum to see your child’s artwork on display, new exhibits and our vast Native American basket collection. Your student’s participation in the community exhibit guarantees you one free adult admission (all students 12 and under are free). We look forward to seeing you at the Gatekeeper’s Museum!”

Artwork will be on display through January 31, 2023. More information about the Gatekeeper’s Museum can be found at