Social Emotional Resource

We are in unprecedented times right now and we recognize this can cause stress and anxiety and impact they way we think and feel.  To help support our students and families the district has created a Virtual Calming Room complete with meditation, music, and visual relaxation. Please check out this resource here:

In addtitionally you may find helpful information and support for mental health by visiting here at:


Internet Resources

If you need assistance with internet or are struggling with the cost of your utilities bills please visit the below website for help and resources.

Si necesita ayuda con Internet o tiene problemas con el costo de sus facturas de servicios públicos, visite el siguiente sitio web para obtener ayuda y recursos.


Food and Supplies

Visite la página vinculada a continuación para obtener más información sobre los recursos comunitarios disponibles para alimentos y suministros.

Please visit the page linked below to learn more about community resources available for food and supplies. 


Meals Available at Tahoe

Monday though Thursday 10:00 Am to 12:20 PM. 

Students receive two meals and a snack per day.

Please call Nutrition Services at (916) 395-5600 for more information. 


In Spanish:

Lunes a jueves de 10:00 a.m. a 12:20 p.m.

Los estudiantes reciben dos comidas y una merienda por día.

Llame a Servicios de Nutrición al (916) 395-5600 para obtener más información.


Volunteer At Tahoe
Volunteer Packet

Please consider volunteering at Tahoe.  We need volunteers for field trips, art docents, class support, and more!  Complete the attached paperwork and be sure to also bring in your current TB test verification and finger printing receipt from Serna Center.


Childcare Resource

Families can call Child Action and get referrals for childcare.  Please call 916- 369-0191.

Families may also dial 211, request a search of childcare providers in your zip code, and be provided a list.  This resource supports multiple languages as well!


Tahoe Student and Family Handbook

All students and families are expected to read and follow all the guidelines outlined in the school handbook.  A copy of this handbook is located here as well as sent home in students First Day Packet.

Please take time to review the uniform policy.  Students need to follow the policy in order to earn “Star Student” status each month.  In order to become a “Star Student”, students must follow all school and classroom rules, do their homework, and wear a uniform each day.  Star students make learning a top priority.

Other important reading in the handbook is information about our Bullying Behaviors, school calendar, The Big 3 expectations and much more.  Don’t miss it!