North Tahoe School

Dedicated To Excellence In Education


  • North Tahoe Mission

    North Tahoe School is committed to creating a safe, respectful, and responsible environment where all students achieve academic success through continual effort and growth.  The committed work of our school community will result in all students being college and/or career ready for the 21st Century and prepared to be thoughtful and productive citizens.


  • Summer Reading Challenge: 
    1. Read what you like:  books 📘  audiobooks 🎧  ebooks 💻.
    2. Add up your minutes ⏰ each week.
    3. Fill out this form.
    * Top 10 readers in each grade will receive an invitation to a pizza and popsicle party on the patio 
    * Additional prizes for: MOST WORDS READ  ~  MOST AR QUIZZES PASSED. ~. 1,000 MINUTE READERS 
    * School-wide celebration in September!

    AR Sign-in: http://ttusd.org/renlearn
    Recommended Reading and Resources: https://bit.ly/2yThWb2
    Reading Record to print: https://bit.ly/3cpKwP4
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  • Work Permits during the summer can be attained at the High School office.  Students under the age of 18 must possess a valid work permit when employed. The application must be filled out by your current employer and signed by your parent or guardian before the work permit will be issued.  Bring the completed application to the Registrar, Ms. Blanca-Elena Carrillo, for verification of requirements met. Ms. Carrillo will then issue you a separate work permit for each application. Please allow 24 hours for processing. 

    If work permits are issued in the summer, they expire after the first week of the new school year. You must apply for a new work permit every year even if you have maintained the same job.

    Students may hold more than one job as long as the combined hours do not exceed the designated hours allowed for the student’s current age. A separate Work Permit must be obtained for each job.


    Summer Work Permit Office Hours: Please email Ms. Carrillo in the high school office to set up an appointment to get the work permit.  Her email is bcarrillo@ttusd.org.

    Click here for the Work Permit Application Form

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  • Eighth Grade Video Yearbook

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  • Eighth Grade Baby Pictures

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  • Eighth Grade Farewell Video

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    Vaping: What's the Real Scoop? Presentation to Students

    New tools to help teens and adults quit
    The California Smoker's Helpline has launched new quit vaping services in response to the dramatic increase in vaping among youth and recent lung illness outbreak. Please share these services with clients, patients, educators, and tobacco control advocates.
    Phone Coaching: 1-844-8-NO-VAPE
    Website: www.NoVapes.org
    Online chat: www.NoButts.org/chat 
    Text: "Quit Vaping" to 66819
    No Vape mobile apps can be downloaded for iPhone and Android
    Promotional Materials: Fact Sheets
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