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Sanger High Choir and NJROTC Part of 89th Annual Trek To The Nation’s Christmas Tree

By Cheryl Senn More than 400 park visitors gathered for the 89th Annual Trek To The Nation’s Christmas Tree, this past Sunday. The afternoon program, at the base of the General Grant Tree, was filled with music, Memorial Wreath ceremony, ...

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Sanger High Concert Choir Performs For Sanger Woman’s Club Christmas Lunch

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High Concert Choir provided the entertainment for the Sanger Woman’s Club Christmas Luncheon, this past Tuesday. They performed a variety of holiday favorites and medleys. The choir encouraged the lunch attendees to participate by singing ...

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Sanger Unified Technology Update- Anticipate devices ready for home use by 2015-16 school year

By Cheryl Senn According to Jodi Marcellin, Instructional Technology Innovation and Grants and Program Development Coordinator for the Sanger Unified School District (SUSD), parents will see an increase in technology in the classroom and the district anticipates devices will be ready ...

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Miss Sanger 2014, Alexis Garcia, Crowned At Chamber Mixer, Making A Dream Come True

By Cheryl Senn The coronation for Miss Sanger 2014 took place at the recent Sanger Chamber of Commerce ‘Business After Hours Mixer’ at WestAmerica Bank, with Alexis Garcia being crowned. Garcia is a Sanger High senior who was crowned the ...

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How Well Do You Know Your Child

By Cheryl Senn The most recent Washington Academic Middle School (WAMS) Cafe had parents discovering how well they know their child. Parents were asked a series of questions and asked to hold up a green or red card, signifying whether ...

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Sanger Student and Parents Drug Intervention (SSPDI) Program

By Cheryl Senn On a recent Saturday, fourteen students and parents took park in a drug awareness workshop, which was held at the Kings River High new multi-purpose room. The drug awareness workshop is part of the Sanger Student and ...

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Frauenheim Shares Her ‘Love’ of Christ and Tennis At FCA Breakfast

By Cheryl Senn The Sanger High Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) hosted their recent early morning Friday breakfasts in honor of the Sanger High Girls Tennis Team. The free weekly breakfast is open to all students on the high school ...

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Passport to Positive Behavior at Lincoln

By Cheryl Senn Lincoln students spent the morning getting their passport stamped as they completed the presentation circuit on campus behavior. Passport Day, according to Lincoln principal, Leo Castillo, is used to reinforce campus rules in a consistent manner. Students ...

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Jackson 5th Graders Chat About Hurricanes With NASA

By Cheryl Senn Jackson fifth graders are beginning the new school year with a study on storms and a chat with National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) scientists. Students in Janelle Miller and Debbie Galloway’s fifth grade classrooms recently gathered together ...

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Fairmont 4-H Participates In Fresno County 4-H Officer Training

By Cheryl Senn More than 60 4-H students from throughout Fresno County participated in the Fresno County 4-H Leadership Training, at John Sutter Middle School, in Fowler. Local Fairmont 4-H members participated and club member Stephani Anderson was a presenter ...

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