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Incline community invited to learn about $38 million project at high school

A rendering of proposed improvements for Incline Village High School.
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INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Incline Village community members are invited to a forum to learn more about the $38 million project taking place at the high school on 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12.

The Dave and Cheryl Duffield Foundation donated $38 million to build a football field, running track, ancillary buildings, and a 12,118 square-foot expansion on the west side of Incline High School. The expansion will include a new student hub, dance studio, culinary kitchen, restaurant and JROTC classrooms. There will also be upgrades performed on some of the existing classrooms.

Residents can also learn how construction may impact the school and community. Architect Peter Grove from Collaborative Design Studio will lead the presentation. Members of the Washoe County School District’s Capital Projects team will also be available to answer questions.



The project is scheduled to be completed by Fall 2024.

The community is invited to the forum at the high school, located at 499 Village Boulevard.


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