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Preschool celebrates open house

Tahoe Parents Nursery School’s annual open house is scheduled for Monday from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at 3609 Vanda Lee Way. Parents of children who will be 3 years old by December 2 are encouraged to attend the event, which will feature science projects, arts and crafts, outside play and plenty of tasty food.

Founded in 1958 by 10 South Shore women, Tahoe Parents Nursery is a nonprofit, parent participation school aimed at providing preschoolers “the time and space to grow with a significant number of caring adults available.” As part of Lake Tahoe Unified School District, it is South Shore’s only cooperative preschool.

In addition to paying a monthly tuition fee, parents volunteer to work one day per week at the school.



The open house is designed to offer parents and children a look into the educational activities and cooperative techniques practiced at Tahoe Parents Nursery School.

For information about the open house, call the school at (530) 541-5375. For membership information, call Janelle Burrow at (530) 541-5903.


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