• Glenshire Elementary School serves Transitional-K through 5th grades. Glenshire offers comprehensive programs in music, technology, P.E., science, art, English language arts, and counseling. We supplement core studies with many hands on learning explorations and have many enrichment opportunities for our students, including in Spanish, German, yoga, ceramics, guitar, technology and more.


  •  Red Ribbon Week October 24 - 28

    Red Ribbon Week is a national campaign that was started in 1985 in response to a DEA agent's death, who was passionate in his pursuit to rid the United States and Mexico of all illegal drugs.  His name was Enrique Camarena.  The parents and children in his home town started wearing red ribbons to commemorate his memory and what he stood for every single day.  Today, Red Ribbon Week is a time to educate youth about the dangers of drug use and encourage participation in drug prevention activities.  Glenshire's 5th Grade Safe School Ambassadors have been working hard to bring drug prevention activities to our school.  They will be having assemblies for 3-5 grade and all students will receive a Red Ribbon Pencil and YOLO (you only live once- this year's theme) wristband.  Each day of the week will include a spirit day with a dress theme as well.

    Red Ribbon Week Spirit Days

    • Monday, 10/24  Wear a hat to school “Put a cap on it, don’t put unhealthy things in your body.”
    • Tuesday, 10/25  Crazy hair day “Go crazy with your hair, but not your body.”
    • Wednesday, 10/26 Wear red to school  “Honor Enrique”
    • Thursday, 10/27 Wear socks that represent you “Be yourself!”
    • Friday, 10/28 Wear bright colors “Be bright, don’t put unhealthy things in your body.”


    TTUSD's Wellness Policy and Celebrating Halloween

    A healthy school environment is important for academic success and the long-term health and well-being of our students. When we improve the quality of foods and drinks that are served at school, we are modeling healthy eating habits and supporting the lessons we teach our kids about nutrition.

    As Halloween approaches, please refer to our Wellness Policy to see what foods/beverages are allowed and when they are appropriate. Please keep in mind that we always take into consideration those who may have food allergies, food intolerances, and special therapeutic diets.

    We also have a list of healthy snack ideas for holiday parties.

    2016 STEAM Fair

    • The Event is being held at Truckee High School
    • Thursday, November 3rd from 6:00PM until 8:00PM.
    • Smokey's Kitchen will be serving food from 5-7PM
    • TESLA is providing an SP90D Vehicle for students and families to sit in.
    • 40 Local businesses are represented with hands on displays, all relating to opportunities in STEAM Related professions.
    • Everyone is invited!


    Truckee Community Christmas Book Drive

    Truckee Community Christmas is sponsoring a book drive again this year. These gently used books will be distributed to low income families at their food, toy, coat, and  book distribution day on Dec 17.  Please drop off your gently used books in the grade-leveled boxes in the foyer through Dec 15. Truckee Community Christmas wants to thank the Glenshire community for their generous response last year! If you would like more information on this local all volunteer non- profit organization, please go to truckeecommitychristmas.com


    Book drive for students in the Republic of Georgia

    Former Glenshire 3rd grade teacher, Ann Folsom, is looking for help in supporting her sister who is in the Republic of Georgia teaching English. The elementary school in the Republic of Georgia needs books in English with reading levels between 1st and 8th grade. A donation box is located in the Glenshire library. Please consider donating gently used books to this book drive. Thank you!

    Comments (-1)

TTUSD in the News

Upcoming Events

View Calendar

Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Tahoe Truckee Unified School District prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. If you feel that you are a victim of discrimination, harassment, intimidation and/or bullying, please contact the Coordinator or Director of Human Resources 530-582-2500.