TAHOE TRUCKEE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT INVITES COMMUNITY INPUT FOR FACILITIES MASTER PLAN
TRUCKEE, Calif. (Sept. 26, 2023) – The Tahoe Truckee Unified School District (TTUSD) invites all community members within its boundaries to participate in a public survey to shape its Facilities Master Plan.
The TTUSD Facilities Master Plan is a 5- to 7-year roadmap outlining long-term strategic goals to develop and enhance TTUSD’s physical infrastructure. This plan will establish a path forward by identifying the most critical needs, complete with steps, timelines, and projected costs. By utilizing the completed planning document, district staff and the Board of Trustees will be empowered to make well-informed decisions on feasible, actionable steps aligned with the District’s long-term vision.
The creation of this plan commenced in the spring of 2023 when TTUSD staff, in collaboration with a specialized consultant, initiated targeted input sessions with regional agency partners and school sites. To further broaden the spectrum of voices involved, the next step involves soliciting input from a wider audience through a public survey and hosting district-wide, in-person community meetings scheduled for this November (exact dates are currently being finalized).
The public survey, accessible at https://tejoin.com/scroll/
“We believe that community involvement is vital in constructing a Facilities Master Plan that truly reflects the needs and aspirations of our students, staff, and community members,” said Superintendent Chief Learning Officer Kerstin Kramer. “We encourage everyone within our district boundaries to participate in this survey, as your feedback is instrumental in guiding our decisions for the betterment of TTUSD.”
For more information and to access the survey, please visit https://tejoin.com/scroll/
About Tahoe Truckee Unified School District
The Tahoe Truckee Unified School District (TTUSD) is recognized for its commitment to providing challenging and engaging learning opportunities so scholars can thrive and be successful in a globally competitive age. TTUSD serves approximately 4,100 students in 12 schools. The district covers approximately 723 square miles within three California counties – Placer, Nevada, and El Dorado. Several district schools have been recognized as Gold Ribbon, California Distinguished, Title I High Achieving, and Honor Roll for Academic Achievement in the past several years. Most recently, three TTUSD Elementary Schools were awarded the 2023 California Distinguished Elementary Schools recognition. For more information about TTUSD, visit ttusd.org.
Amber Burke, Coordinator of District Communications and Parent Engagement
(530) 582-2585 or firstname.lastname@example.org