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Brad Pawlowski, Director of Facilities and Construction, and Jimmy Robles Director of Support Services/Transportation Department stand by Sanger Unified's newest bus, bus number 44, a 2016 International. (Photo by Cheryl Senn)

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 buses, 20 are over 20 years old, 20 are between 10-20 years old, and 11…

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About CherylSenn

CherylSenn
Cheryl Senn is a freelance writer and photographer who has lived in the community of Sanger for more than 20 years. She is the mother of two daughters, Althea and Xena. Cheryl volunteers her time, in the community, in a variety of ways. She has been a Parent Teacher Association (PTA) leader for more than 15 years. In addition to PTA, Cheryl is a board member for the Sanger Community Task Force, Sanger Woman’s Club, HOPE Sanger, and a Fresno County 4H Project Leader. Cheryl’s goal is to help people see why Sanger is a great community to live in.