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From substitute to first year teacher, Rocker, excited to teach 4th grade at Sequoia Elementary

By Cheryl Senn Madison Rocker loved Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) schools so much, while she was a student, she had to return as a first year teacher, this year, on the Sequoia Elementary School campus. Rocker attended Jackson Elementary ...

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New Reagan principal, Christy Platt, excited to re-engage with the school’s community

By Cheryl Senn With the start of the new school year, students at Reagan Elementary were welcomed by a new principal, Christy Platt.  Platt may be the new principal at Reagan Elementary School, but she is not new to the ...

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2nd Annual Sanger Safari and New Teacher Institute gives new teachers a sense of belonging

By Cheryl Senn More than 75 new Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) teachers, counselors, and special Ed teachers participated in the two-day New Teacher Institute (NTI) this year.  Day One focused on all new certificated staff and included topics such ...

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Sanger CERT Team training on response, set up, and firefighter rehab

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) has been extremely busy with training on responding to dispatch, setting up the CERT 120 mobile unit and firefighter rehab area.  The CERT team has been practicing with setting up ...

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New SUSD Superintendent, Adela Jones, is ready to inspire the district team and impact student learning

By Cheryl Senn Excited, humbled, and a little bit anxious, describes the feelings of Sanger Unified School District’s (SUSD) new Superintendent Adela Jones, as she takes the lead of the district this year.  “I’m really excited and humbled at the ...

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Unity Estates residents experience a day at the beach, some for the first time

By Daniellyse Moreno This summer, some families took advantage of their summer break by taking a trip to the beach and for some; it would be their first time. Fifty-five residents of Unity Estates, an apartment complex on the corner ...

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Wilson Media Center Summer Sessions are enriching the lives of learners of all ages

By Cheryl Senn This summer, there has been a great way to get educated, while staying cool, at the Wilson Media Center.  Every Tuesday and Thursday, from 5pm to 8pm, the Wilson Media Center, on Faller Ave., is open to ...

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Sanger Boys & Girls Club PG&E Summer Interns gain valuable education to empower their futures

By Cheryl Senn & Daniellyse Moreno Beginning on June 19th, there were 11 Sanger Boys & Girls Club PG&E Summer Jobs Youth Program Interns who were placed at different businesses and City departments for the summer.  This is the seventh ...

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Sid Sydelle inspiring Sanger teens during Fresno County Library Comic Illustration Workshop

By Cheryl Senn Sanger Boys & Girls Club teens were able to create their own comic book character with the help of comic book illustrator Kaitlyn Lancaster aka “Sid Sydelle” during the Fresno County Public Library Teen Comic Illustration Workshop. ...

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E & M’s Reptile Family brings education and fun to Sanger summer library shows

By Daniellyse Moreno Despite the Sanger Library being closed for renovations, they still offer a variety of fun and engaging programs to keep Sanger youth’s minds strong and active this summer. One of these programs is the E & M’s ...

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