Some highlights included: unrestricted access to the pits, where students were able to get up close to some of the amazing vintage aircraft on display, touring through military aircraft on static display including a C-17, C-130, and Ch-47, watching the amazing capabilities of an F-16 as it flew low and just below the speed of sound.
Our 3rd-grade crew took a walking tour around the harbor and stopped at stations with performers. These lovers of the lake shared with our students about how we can all participate in keeping our lake clean, how to be smart about water usage and what types of pines grow in our area.
Our middle and high school students continue with the TEA tradition of tackling real-world problems right from the get go this year. MS Students are looking at the balance of power in our community. HS students are exploring water scarcity, unity and diversity, and the psychology of group mentality vs the individual mindset.
Taking advantage of the beautiful landscape and rich cultural history of the Tahoe-Truckee area, the entire high school spent a day diving into historical concepts related to our local region.
Getting out of the classroom and into the field is a key component to our programs at TEA. From collecting water samples in Martis Valley to birding in the Lower Carpenter Valley this past week, our teachers wasted no time in taking our Middle and High School students into the field to engage with real-world science projects.
Learning Expeditions drive the curriculum for our Elementary Programs. Throughout these projects, students are challenged to find the answers to real-world questions. Check out this list of first semester topics, guiding questions, and big ideas for each of our Elementary Program Classes.
This fall, train like a collegiate athlete with former collegiate, professional and international
lacrosse players, Taylor Simmers and Eric Martin @ the TNT Lacrosse Skills Clinic Series.
This past weekend, a group of TEA Moms ventured into Desolation Wilderness to experience a little taste of what TEA Students experience throughout the year.
We’re fortunate to have an amazing team of educators leading our Tahoe Summer Camps. One of which, Matt Perse, who joined us from Texas. His road trip story to Tahoe to lead our camps this summer is classic TEA stuff.
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.