By the end of next year, every elementary school in the Carson City School District will be using the same reading program, said associate superintendent Susan Keema.
"We're moving our district to a schoolwide reading program," she said. "Success For All is the tool we're going to use to do that."
Keema will present the program at tonight's school board meeting.
The district first implemented the reading program in 1998 at Bordewich-Bray, Mark Twain and Empire elementary schools, all designated as "at-risk" schools because of a high rate of transiency, large populations of students learning English as a second language, …