Tahoe Truckee named Pacesetter Community for the sixth consecutive year
The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading announced that the Tahoe Truckee community has earned Pacesetter Honors for its work on grade-level reading in 2018.
Each year, the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading uses its Pacesetter Honors to highlight communities that report making measurable progress on key indicators of early school success. This is the sixth consecutive year that the Tahoe Truckee community has earned this distinction.
“Recognizing Pacesetters is our way of applauding and thanking the civic leaders, organizations, and agencies that have joined forces to build brighter futures for children in their communities,” said Ralph Smith, managing director of the campaign. Reading proficiency by the end of third grade is a critical milestone toward high school graduation and career success because it marks the transition from “learning to read” to “reading to learn.” (Read entire Sierra Sun...)