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Every Can, Every Day, Whatever It Takes…the new Sanger High Waste Diversion Program

Armando Arroyo, Zachary Perez and Klaus Hammer team up in their Sanger High Waste Diversion Senior Project. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn When it came time for Sanger High Senior Zachary Perez to choose a Senior Project, a waste diversion project was at the top of Perez’s list. The Sanger High School Waste Diversion Program was began as a ...

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How many people are you juggling?


By Cheryl Senn “You’re juggling too many people Dexter,” said the character Harry Morgan, on an episode of ‘Dexter’. Dexter Morgan responds,”I know. Arthur, Brody, Rita, Bautista.” “I’m not talking about them. I mean Dexter Morgan. Blood tech, husband, father, ...

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Sanger Youth Baseball-Cal Ripken tryouts assisted by Apache Varsity baseball team

Apache varsity baseball team members assisted with the Sanger Youth Baseball Cal Ripken tryouts this past weekend. The varsity players coached and cheered on the youth players. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn In an attempt to connect baseball players of all ages, the Sanger Youth Baseball-Cal Ripken program reached out to the Sanger High Apache Varsity baseball team for some assistance with the weekend tryouts. According to Sanger Youth ...

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WAMS students learn about agriculture with a visit from the Seed Survivor mobile classroom

Washington Academic Middle School 7th grade students in Janell Miller's class pose for a group photo in front of the Seed Survivor mobile educational unit with Addie Cooper and Page Wysong, Fresno State Interns. (Photo by Cheryl Senn

By Cheryl Senn Sanger Unified’s Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) was one of three valley schools visited by the Seed Survivor Mobile Classroom. According to WAMS teacher Janell Miller, who’s classroom the mobile classroom visited, the POM Wonderful company sponsored ...

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“I Want To Believe”


By Cheryl Senn A lot of people were excited about the return of “The X-Files” series, in January, as was I. I had been a fan of the original show, in the 90’s, and both of the movies. It is ...

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Community Day School Inaugural Academic All Star Dinner, honoring students for their hard work

Silver and Bronze Award recipients from the Community Day School with CDS staff, principal and Sanger Unified Administrators. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn Community Day School hosted its inaugural annual Academic All Star Dinner and Award Ceremony. “I wanted to create an event that would extend the culture of CDS to the community,” said Community Day School principal Johnny Gonzalez. ...

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Sanger’s Point In Time Count, helping to meet the needs of local homeless

Ben Aleman, Charlie Sanchez, Helen Gomez, Paris Bell, Sandra Bell Natalee Bell, Kataleya Bell, Chris Kirsch, Theresa Kirsch, Cindy Alvarado, Marc Antonio and Julie Mendoza. Point In Time Count Volunteer group. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn Twelve volunteers, worked for four hours, to count the number of homeless in the community of Sanger. “We are hoping that this count will lead to more services tailored to helping the homeless and their specific needs,” ...

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Apache Varsity Girls Soccer working hard, taking a positive stance to playing

Apache Varsity Girls vs Madera South. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn The Apache Varsity Girls Soccer team hosted the Madera South Stallions this past Friday night. According to Head Coach Stephanie Butterfield, Friday was the start to the second half of our CMAC League. “The last time we ...

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Get Happy, Get Connected


By Cheryl Senn “Happiness is feeling connected to everyone and everything.”- Author Unknown. During the past week, while working, interacting with my family, and attending meetings, I realized how important being connected is. Connected to people, connected to my place ...

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Unity Estates High School Bigs Mentoring Program impacting lives and fulfilling dreams in a Big way

High School Bigs and Unity Estates Littles during their first meeting: Jovannah Marquez, Isaac Alva, Isaiah Alva, Ileana Garcia, Ruby Juarez, Sarah Travis, Leslie Lua, Andrea Avalos, Rene Haro, Jake Dickson, Gerardo Guerrero, Samuel Paredes, and Ricky Juarez. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

By Cheryl Senn There was a room full of High School Bigs and Unity Estates Littles, along with their families, gathered together or the official Ribbon Cutting to announce the implementation of the Unity Estates High School Bigs Program. The ...

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