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Officer Trevino, G.R.E.A.T. Program teacher, positively influencing students to avoid gangs and violence

By Cheryl Senn All fourth and sixth grade students, in the City of Sanger, will have a Sanger police officer educating them in the classroom this fall. Officer Cynthia Trevino will be implementing the Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT) ...

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New SHS Student Center assistant, Robin Goulart, wants to provide a positive office experience for students and staff

By Berenice Vargas Now helping Sanger High School (SHS) students make payments for extra-curricular activities, fundraisers, sports, etc. is new Clerical Assistant II Robin Goulart. “I’m excited to be part of the [Sanger Unified School District] SUSD family and the ...

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New shoes for a new school year, thanks to HOPE Sanger, Eagles, and Walmart

By Cheryl Senn More than 70 Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) students were on the list to receive a new pair of shoes on a recent Saturday morning. This is the fourth year Help Our People Emmanuel (HOPE) Sanger has ...

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Teachers Leading Teachers, collaborative learning to better serve students

By Berenice Vargas Before the start of the 2017-2018 school year, more than 600 Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) teachers and staff participated in the third annual Teachers Leading Teachers Conference at Sanger High School (SHS). The conference provided teachers ...

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A Google sponsored Monterey Bay Aquarium trip, for Sanger families, was a priceless and memorable trip

By Berenice Vargas More than 100 community members, from Sanger, were able to to go to Monterey Bay Aquarium, some for the first time, after Google sponsored their trip on July 31. “The Monterey Bay Aquarium hosted our visit which ...

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Sanger PD Graveyard shift, patrolling to prevent crime before it happens

By Berenice Vargas A couple weeks ago, Sanger Police Department (PD) had the opportunity of receiving ten brand new 2017 vehicles, five Tahoe Supervisory Command Vehicles and five Black and White Ford Police Interceptor SUVs for patrol, with the help ...

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PG&E Interns engage in environmental studies at local riparian habitat

By Berenice Vargas After a hard working summer, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) Interns were able to spend a day outside by the river for the first time at The Sanger Nature Study Area on Friday July 21st. “The ...

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Shahbazian, brings experience, passion and optimism, to John Wash, as new principal

By Cheryl Senn This fall, John Wash Elementary School students, parents, and staff, will have a different face greeting them, as they enter the gates on the first day of school. Yolanda Shahbazian, is the new principal for John Wash, ...

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Good connected with her past, at the Sanger Depot Museum, where she found her 1971 SHS Yearbook

By Berenice Vargas After 34 years of looking for her 1971 Sanger High School (SHS) yearbook, Susan Good finally found a copy, which she can now call her own, at the Sanger Depot Museum. Good was participating in the Inaugural ...

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SUSD Transportation needs new buses, and financial and community support, to meet future growth

By Berenice Vargas Currently Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) has 39% of its fleet of 51 school buses which are 20 years old or older, still transporting more than 4,766 students on a regular school day. Of those 51 school ...

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