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Sanger Unified Ready To Welcome International Students Again For 2014-15

By Sharyl Riedelsheimer International Exchange students to arrive for the experience of a lifetime After 10 years of waiting, Sanger High school is ready to welcome exchange students again. The Sanger Unified School District board approved three spots on a ...

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Meet Sanger High’s New Guidance Learning Specialist, Sherry Satterberg

By Cheryl Senn This fall, Sanger High students will have another Guidance Learning Specialist (GLS) to help them plan a class schedule, navigate high school, and prepare for college. Sherry Satterberg is the new addition to the Sanger High GLS ...

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Groundbreaking For Del Rey Fonseca Park $295,000 Rehab Project

By Cheryl Senn A $295,000 check was presented to the Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission (FEOC) by Wells Fargo Bank, of which, $245,000 will be used on a rehabilitation project at the Del Rey Alex Fonseca Park and baseball field, and ...

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Sanger Unified 2014 Health Fair At WAMS

By Cheryl Senn Sanger Unified School District(SUSD) recently held its annual Health Fair, on the Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) campus. According to SUSD Physical Education(PE) Coordinator, Jaime Brown, the event has taken place for more than 10 years. Community ...

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Sanger Unified Youth Court At Sanger High

  By Cheryl Senn   According to Fresno County Superior Judge Gary Hoff, during his introductions during the recent proceedings held on the Sanger High School (SHS) campus, with the juvenile alternative of Sanger Unified Youth Court, jurors decide a ...

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WAMS Cafe – April – “Reading In Middle School”

By Cheryl Senn The recent Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) Cafe focused on the topic, Reading In Middle School. WAMS principal Jamie Nino welcomed more than 25 parents to the April WAMS Cafe and gave a presentation on the expectations ...

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Del Rey Elementary Dedicates New Library To Toshi Mori

By Cheryl Senn The new Del Rey Family Library/Literacy Center will increase the student to book ratio to 49 books for every student, which is 21 books per student more than the state average. The library project was made a ...

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Spartan Science Day 2014

By Cheryl Senn The Fairmont campus was all about science during their inaugural Spartan Science Day. After a brief opening ceremony, by Fairmont principal Jared Savage, and science teachers Nicole Luckin and Jamie Bellamy, students were guided to numerous science ...

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Sanger Students Win Big At Central CA Regional Science Fair 2014

By Cheryl Senn More than 50 students, from Sanger Unified, placed in the recent Central California Regional Science Fair. Sanger took the 6th grade Sweepstakes winner with Natalie White and 6th grade Runner Up Sweepstakes Haidyn Washburn. The 8th grade ...

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New Mobile Device Game, Dot.Dots., Developed by SHS’s Christian Munoz-Gonzalez

By Cheryl Senn One of the newest games, to be added to the iTunes App Store and Google Play, was developed and published by Sanger High senior, Christian Munoz-Gonzalez. The Dot.Dots. game is available for iPhones, iPads, and Android devices ...

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