LTUSD Community Updates

South Tahoe Police Activities Wrestling Club
Tuesday and Thursday nights at the Boys & Girls Club - Al Tahoe - 6:00 - 7:30 PM - Learn hard work ethic and wrestling skills! Ages 5-12... 
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K-12 Math Club - Free Math Tutoring at LTCC !
Children are encouraged to come to LTCC to get free tutoring in mathematics. Our volunteers are all in calculus or higher so should be able to help with any math class.  
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LTUSD Reads! Book Club
Join us as we read our fantastic new classroom novels! Experience our books as our students do! Come to a post-read discussion at a local venue, location and time to be announced! 
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Jan. 20 - Girl Scouts Join Night
Come meet a council representative, ask questions, and learn more about what Girl Scouts has to offer! 
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Little League Baseball Registration
Register for Little League in person or online! 
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El Dorado County Teen Court Program Seeking Student Volunteers
The El Dorado County Teen Court Program is looking for students to participate in our final three court sessions in 2018. Students get to participate as attorneys, bailiff, clerk and jurors.  
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Take Care - Flu Season is Here
Influenza (or flu) activity has increased significantly over the recent weeks in the South Lake Tahoe area. The majority of influenza cases this year have been typed as A(H3N2), a particularly nasty strain of the flu that has been associated with more hospitalizations and complications. Do yourself, your family and your community a favor by recognizing flu symptoms and avoid spreading it. 
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Mon-Fri - Free Supper for Children in the Community
Boys & GIrls Club is now offering a free supper for any child in the community. 5 PM M-F. 
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4 Tips for Parents to Address Bullying and Cyberbullying
As children get ready to go back to school, I understand bullying is one of the last things parents want to worry about. However, bullying is a salient and, unfortunately, common occurrence. It can take place on school grounds, after school, and through electronics (cyberbullying).  
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