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Jackson Read Across America 2014

By Cheryl Senn The Jackson campus was filled with many school and community guest readers this past Friday in celebration of ‘Read Across America’. The ‘Read Across America’ activities take place in celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Pastor Sam Estes, ...

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Young Authors Fair 2014 At John Wash

By Cheryl Senn More than 600 students from 12 Sanger Unified School District campuses visited the John Wash Elementary School campus in celebration of the 33rd Young Author’s Fair. Each school campus had a John Wash leadership student help guide ...

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Sanger High NJROTC Place First At Apache Challenge

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) were host to the 2nd annual NJROTC Apache Field Day. Ten teams participated this year. NJROTC teams competing, this year, included Lemoore, Corcoran, Hanford, Fresno, Parlier, Clovis ...

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Cmdr. (Ret) Bob Hayes Visits Kings River High Students

By Cheryl Senn Retired Commander Bob Hayes, who served for 26 years in the United States Navy, visited the students of Kings River High School. Hayes served during the World War II, Korea, and Vietnam Wars. Hayes, who is now ...

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SHS Students Make Moises’ Wish Come True

By Cheryl Senn Moises Navarro walked into the Sanger High gym filled with students who had worked to make his wish come true. The Sanger High Associate Student Body (ASB) students fundraised, along with Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) Leadership ...

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Sanger Unified Spelling Bee 2014

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Unified School District Spelling Bee recently took place at the Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) theater. The elementary school age competition had two student representatives from each school site compete. The junior high category had ...

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Sanger High School Transitions Into Common Core and Career Readiness

By Cheryl Senn Sanger High principal Dan Chacon and Guidance Learning Specialist Jonathan Delano made a presentation, at the recent Sanger Unified School District Board Meeting on the Common Core Transition Shifts which will take place at Sanger High. Currently, ...

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Wilson Donuts With Dad

By Cheryl Senn More than 150 dads, sons, and daughters, attended the Wilson Donuts With Dad morning program. Food, juice and milk were served to dads and their children. The musical entertainment was provided by the Glee Club. “We not ...

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Washington Academic Middle School Spelling Bee

By Cheryl Senn Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) held its annual Spelling Bee on Wednesday. A first and second place winner from 6th grade and a first and second place winner from 7th & 8th grade will move on to ...

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WAMS Winter Sports Rally Honors Pedro Espinoza & Schools To Watch Award

The Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) West Gym was filled with students, athletes, coaches, teachers, and staff, for a Winter Sports Rally, this past Friday. WAMS principal Jamie Nino said, “Our W.A.M.S. rally signified several new milestones. Yes, we were ...

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