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Lincoln playground rededicated in memory of James “Jimmy” Gonzalez

By Cheryl Senn “Jimmy is the one who inspired me,” said Sanger Unified School Board of Trustee Ismael “Mike” Hernandez, when he spoke to those gathered during the Lincoln playground rededication ceremony. The Lincoln was rededicated in memory of James ...

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Apache Boys Tennis tames Edison Tigers for second season win

By Cheryl Senn The Apache Boys Tennis team hosted the Edison Tigers this past Tuesday for some court competition. The Apaches came away victorious in the second game of the season with a score of 8-1. All but one singles ...

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Resolve to be Ready with C.E.R.T. volunteers

By Cheryl Senn More than 18 Sanger Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) volunteers met, for the first time, at the Sanger Fire Department, on March 11. During the first meeting, volunteers were able to introduce themselves and were able to ...

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Apache Boys Tennis Wins First League Match Against Madera South

By Cheryl Senn The Apache Boys Tennis Team hosted the Madera South Stallions for their first league game of the season. The Apaches started off strong winning five of the six singles matches. Two of the singles matches went to ...

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Looking for the gift in a traffic jam

By Cheryl Senn During the every day pick up of my Sanger High School daughter, Xena, it takes me more than 15 minutes, just to get out of the Sanger High front parking lot. It is difficult to navigate, because ...

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Meet SUSD Child Nutrition Services Director Jannette Garcia

By Cheryl Senn   Jannette Garcia has been busy, since November 2014, working as Sanger Unified School District’s Child Nutrition Services Director. She said she is extremely excited to be part of the SUSD team. Jannette strongly encourages and promotes ...

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EF High School Exchange Year announces annual search for student exchange host families in Sanger

EF High School Exchange Year—a division of EF Education First, the World Leader in International Education—has kicked off its annual nationwide search for caring host families to welcome exchange students into their homes. Last year EF connected nearly 3,000 exchange ...

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Let Your Love Blossom

By Cheryl Senn Blossoms surround the community of Sanger, because even though the dates on the calendar don’t say so, we have entered the season of Spring. As you drive down the rural roads and downtown streets. blossoms on agricultural ...

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Dr. Suess’ Birthday Celebrated in Sanger Unified with Read Across America

By Cheryl Senn Throughout all Sanger Unified School District school campuses you could see teachers, staff and students dressed up with Dr. Suess themed outfits. Campuses also participated in the national Read Across America event. Each campus hosted guest readers ...

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Apache Varsity Baseball, Central Classic

By Cheryl Senn The Apache Varsity Baseball team is in the middle of the Central Classic tournament. More than seven teams are part of the Central Classic. The Apaches began the Central Classic with a close game against Hanford. The ...

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