We invite you to meet these graduates and a few of our faculty in this video recap. We did our best to condense the 2.5-hour ceremony down to 6 minutes.
Every Friday afternoon, no matter rain, sleet, or snow, you will find our CommuniTEA gathered together outside. And in the middle of this gathering of students, teachers, staff, parents, and experts you will find a student, sometimes as young as 3-years-old, proudly holding a talking stick while addressing the crowd.
Learn to blacksmith from resident expert smith, Loren Trux. Loren, a professional educator at Tahoe Expedition Academy, teaches blacksmithing and archery at Primitive Skills Camps, he’s also lead Adult Blacksmithing workshops in the past.
Dave Ferrari has been an incredible supporter of TEA since its inception. He’s literally given us his house to use as a school for the past several years.
Please join TAP in appreciating all of our amazing parents at TEA. And we would like to express our most sincere gratitude for all fo the work TAP does to keep out “CommuniTEA” thriving.
TEA ART takes the cake at Humane Society of Truckee Tahoe (HSTT) art contest!
Have you ever wondered, “What can I do to help the Sierra Nevada Yellow-Legged Frog survive?” If you haven’t, then let the Kindergarten crew at TEA tell you why you should.
Over 350 hundred students from Kindergarten – 12th Grade came together to benefit our beautiful environment.
Spring update for our Class of 2018 college acceptances. You are making our CommuniTEA proud!
In their 4th trip post, TEA students identify that change CAN be done to impact civic engagement in the U.S.
In their 3rd trip post, TEA students describe meeting with Conwy Youth Council to contrast the differences in political engagement in the two countries.