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New Operations Facility brings Synergy to Sanger Unified

By Cheryl Senn Located on 5.5 acres, in a 50,000 sq. ft. building is the new Sanger Unified Operations Facility. The building used to be the Kings River Door Company and Sanger Unified completed the property purchase in January of ...

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Lock It Up Project recruits students to fight teen prescription drug abuse

By Isaiah Lopez The staff of the lock It Up prevention project hosted an informational meeting, geared towards teens, at Mountain Mike’s Pizza, recently. The purpose of the meeting was to recruit teens who are interested in making a difference ...

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Sanger High ASB students bonding and planning on recent beach trip

By Isaiah Lopez The Sanger High School Associate Student Body (ASB) students were able to enjoy a four day trip, to the coast, in the Pismo area. The thirteen leaders got the opportunity to collaborate for the 2015-2016 school year ...

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Great turnout for Watermelon Run, after building relationships at Cross Country Camp

By Cheryl Senn Making connections between runners and their fellow teammates was one of the goals at this year’s Second Annual Watermelon Run (Race). The race was a way to celebrate the inaugural Sanger Unified Cross Country (XC) Camp which ...

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Running with Apaches XC Camp prepares athletes for Watermelon Run (Race)

By Cheryl Senn More than 40 local student athletes participated in the inaugural Running with Apaches Cross Country (XC) Camp, hosted by the Sanger High XC team. According to Coach Catherine Waite, there were 35 participants, on average, in attendance, ...

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Unity Estates children experience hands-on ranch life during day camp

By Cheryl Senn More than 20 children, from the Unity Estates Apartments, attended a day camp at the Abundant Life Ranch. Upon arriving, at the local ranch, the children were served breakfast . Several praise songs were sang before the ...

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Summer Food Program serves kids nutritious meals

By Cheryl Senn Just because school is out for the summer does not mean Sanger students will miss breakfast and lunch. During the summer break, nutritious breakfast and lunch meals will be served to Sanger students, free of charge, because ...

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iCan Bike boosting confidence and bonding with bicycles

By Cheryl Senn More than 30 individuals with disabilities were able to improve their bicycle riding skills and boost their confidence during the week long iCan Bike program. The iCan Bike program was held at the Sanger High gym and ...

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Becoming better readers through Anytime Anywhere Reading Program

By Cheryl Senn This summer all Sanger students will have the opportunity to become better readers with the new Anytime Anywhere Reading (AAR) Program. According to information provided by Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) Area Administrator Karl Kesterke and program ...

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Sanger High 2015 Sober Grad Party, Safe Way to Celebrate

By Cheryl Senn This year’s Sanger High Sober Grad Party, at the Fresno State Student Union, was supported by the whole community of Sanger, according to Sanger High Sober Grad Party chairperson Jon Delano. Sanger High graduate Sierra Granada said,”It’s ...

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