UPDATE: Incline Village schools on digital day, colleges and schools closed on Lake Tahoe South Shore | TahoeDailyTribune.com

UPDATE: Incline Village schools on digital day, colleges and schools closed on Lake Tahoe South Shore


Washoe County School District’s Incline Village schools will observe a digital day Tuesday due to an ongoing winter storm.

Additionally, the district is implementing a digital day in regions B, C and D. All other Washoe County schools are on a two-hour delay with winter bus stops in effect.

Sierra Nevada College in Incline Village and Lake Tahoe Community College in South Lake Tahoe are both closed Tuesday.

The Incline schools join Lake Tahoe Unified School District and Douglas County School District on South Shore in shuttering school at the lake for a second day in a row.

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ORIGINAL POST: Snow day on Tuesday for Lake Tahoe South Shore schools, college

Students on Lake Tahoe’s South Shore will see a second snow day in as many days Tuesday.

Lake Tahoe Unified School District has canceled classes for Tuesday, as has Lake Tahoe Community College, which is completely shutting down its campus to allow for safe snow removal.

“For the safety of LTCC’s maintenance and operations team working to clear snow from campus roads and parking lots, all access to campus is closed,” the college announced.

Across the state line in Nevada, Douglas County School District is canceling Tuesday classes at its two Tahoe schools. Schools down in the valley are on a 90-minute late start.

Washoe County School District has yet to announce if it will observe another digital day Tuesday.

It’s also unclear if Sierra Nevada College in Incline Village will be open Tuesday. The college was closed Monday.

This story will be updated.

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