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WAMS students learn about agriculture with a visit from the Seed Survivor mobile classroom

By Cheryl Senn Sanger Unified’s Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) was one of three valley schools visited by the Seed Survivor Mobile Classroom. According to WAMS teacher Janell Miller, who’s classroom the mobile classroom visited, the POM Wonderful company sponsored ...

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Community Day School Inaugural Academic All Star Dinner, honoring students for their hard work

By Cheryl Senn Community Day School hosted its inaugural annual Academic All Star Dinner and Award Ceremony. “I wanted to create an event that would extend the culture of CDS to the community,” said Community Day School principal Johnny Gonzalez. ...

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Unity Estates High School Bigs Mentoring Program impacting lives and fulfilling dreams in a Big way

By Cheryl Senn There was a room full of High School Bigs and Unity Estates Littles, along with their families, gathered together or the official Ribbon Cutting to announce the implementation of the Unity Estates High School Bigs Program. The ...

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Engineering Design Challenge, an opportunity to apply real world career skills

By Cheryl Senn A total of seven teams comprised of 26 engineering students, grades 8th through 10th, from throughout the Sanger Unified School District (SUSD), participated in the inaugural SUSD Engineering Design Challenge. The design challenge was a great opportunity ...

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More students and enriching opportunities at SUSD Winter STEM Camp

By Cheryl Senn More than 70 students, from throughout the whole district, participated in the two-day Sanger Unified Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Camp. The recent Winter Break camp was held in the Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) science ...

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Sanger’s home grown ‘Letters From Home’ gaining momentum and recognition

By Cheryl Senn Two Sanger Unified eighth grade Fairmont students, Aubrie Hartwig and Jenna Roza-Cabello, wanted to be able to thank people who have or were currently serving our country, and recently were recognized by the Fresno County Office of ...

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More than 3,000 Sanger Unified students participated in the global ‘Hour of Code’ Event

By Cheryl Senn Sanger Unified School District students, totaling more than 3,000, had the opportunity to participate in a global event called the Hour of Code, earlier in the month of December, according to Ali Halsey, SUSD DIS of Secondary ...

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State Superintendent Torlakson tours Sanger High and describes the campus as the very best of California’s 10,000 schools

By Cheryl Senn The State Superintendent of Public Instruction for the California Department of Education, Tom Torlakson, recently visited the Sanger High School campus. The focus of the tour was the Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Engineering, Paramount Agriculture Pathway ...

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Project Purple shares the holiday spirit with Kings River/Taft High students during annual luncheon

By Javier Navarro Project Purple visited Kings River High for their annual Christmas Celebration. Project Purple members served the Kings River and Taft High students, as well as staff, pulled pork sandwich, salad and refreshments for lunch. After lunch, Project ...

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Sanger Unified’s T.A.R.G.E.T. Program receives Golden Bell Award

By Cheryl Senn A Sanger Unified program which empowers students for future employment and independence was awarded recently. The Techniques for Access Reaching Goals and Employment Training (TARGET) Program was just awarded the California School Board Association (CSBA) Golden Bell ...

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