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Quarantine fitness with Melissa Contreras

By Anahi Jaramillo With the schools closed, and students having to work from home, there are some subjects that are easier to do at home, because of homework. Though, for P.E. students never had to worry about doing homework for ...

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Virtual reporting

By Anahi Jaramillo There’s many different things that come when being a reporter. Not only the communication to others and meeting new people, but the small conversations you have with people that are being interviewed. You learn their body language ...

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Protective face shields made with SHS 3D printer

By Cheryl Senn Using a 3D printer to make face shields is not an idea most would think of. But Carmen Garvis, Sanger High School Engineering Pathway Lead Teacher, Femineers Teacher, and Engineering Club Advisor, was innovative in trying to ...

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City parks & recreation area closures due to COVID-19

Compiled On April 8, 2020, the City of Sanger Public Works Department made changes on park and recreation area availability due to COVID-19 safety measures. In a Memorandum issued by City of Sanger Public Works Director, John Mulligan, with the ...

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SUSD announces district-wide campus closure through end of school year

Compiled On April 3, 2020, Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) Superintendent Adela Jones announced,”It is with a heavy heart that I, along with the Sanger Unified Board of Trustees announce that our campuses will remain closed through the end of ...

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Adam Melikian named Sanger Fire’s 2020 Firefighter of the Year

By Anahi Jaramillo On March 13th, Firefighter/Paramedic Adam Melikian was named 2020 Sanger Fire Firefighter of the Year. The announcement was made at the most recent promotion/ new hire pinning ceremony. Melikian has served as a firefighter for over 11 ...

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SUSD staff collaborate to meet the nutritional needs of the community

By Cheryl Senn There are a lot of new faces assisting with the Sanger Unified School District (SUSD) Grab ‘n Go meal program. “These individuals have an opportunity to volunteer in areas that they don’t normally get to experience,” said ...

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Virtual instruction, and what is left for the class of 2020

By Anahi Jaramillo In an email sent out on March 12th, 2020 from the University Communications at Fresno State it stated that “we are temporarily suspending in-person, on-campus classes, effective Monday March 16.” Those bold letters in that email lingered ...

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Abbott and Martinez making protective masks for those at risk in the community

By Cheryl Senn Ana Abbott and local seamstress Lucy Martinez have made more than 200 masks for local medical personnel, first responders, homeless and community members who need them. They plan on making more. Abbott said she wanted to start ...

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Sanger Fire, CERT team, and community members deliver food and necessities to homebound Senior Citizens

By Anahi Jaramillo With the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have been ordered to stay home to avoid getting sick. The group most affected are the elderly citizens who have been told to stay indoors and avoid going ...

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