• TTUSD is an award-winning school district and our commitment to academic success for all students is unwavering. We continue to build even more pathways to possibilities in our district and at each of our schools.

    Here are some of our recent awards:

    • TTUSD earned the 2018 Golden Bell Award from the California School Boards Association for the Truckee North Tahoe Youth Health Initiative.

    • TTUSD earned the 2018 Nevada County Health & Human Services Agency Community Partner Award.

    • Truckee Elementary received the 2018 Education for a Global Economy: California's Model Programs Award by the California Department of Education for their Blended English Development program.

    • North Tahoe High earned a Silver award in the 2018 Best High School Rankings by US News & World Report.

    • TTUSD was recognized for the second consecutive year as a Green Ribbon School District by the California Department of Education.

    • TTUSD was one of only six school districts in the country to be named a 2018 Green Ribbon School District Sustainability Awardee by the U.S. Department of Education.

    • North Tahoe School teacher, Nicole Sayegh was named the 2018 Placer County Teacher of the Year.

    • Tahoe Truckee was named a Pacesetter community for the fifth consecutive year by the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading.

    • Five of our teachers earned the 2018 Placer County Teachers Who Make a Difference award: Stacey Bluestein of Alder Creek Middle School, Brooke McCaffrey of Cold Stream Alternative, Jessi Ernst of North Tahoe High School, Kirby Reed of Truckee High School, and Michele Forsberg, of Truckee Elementary.

    • SELS was named a 2017 National Blue Ribbon School by the United State Department of Education.

    • North Tahoe High School Counselor Jeff Ream named California School Counselor of the Year

    • TTUSD was recognized at the Gold level as a Green Ribbon School District by the U.S. Department of Education.

    • Alder Creek Middle School, North Tahoe School, and Truckee High School were named 2017 California Gold Ribbon Schools by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction.

    • North Tahoe School was named as a Title I High Academic Achieving School.

    • North Tahoe High School and Truckee High School are listed on the Washington Post's 2017 List of Most Challenging High Schools in America meaning our schools are in the top 12% of schools in the nation.

    • Sierra High School was named a 2017 Model Continuation High School by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction.