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Sanger Unified School District


Dream Big, Work Hard, and Believe!

At Sanger Unified School District, we believe the future of our city, state and country are in our classrooms.  As educators, it is our duty to produce students who have educational opportunities and options for their future.


Matthew Navo
Superintendent
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Eduardo Martinez
Associate Superintendent
Administrative Services


Adela Jones
Associate Superintendent
Curriculum and Instruction


1905 Seventh Street | Sanger, CA 93657 | Tel: (559) 524-6521 | Fax: (559) 875-0311

SUSD emergency updates: (888) 653-2234

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Newsletter

SUSD at a Glance is our official newsletter in partnership with the District highlighting inspirational stories, achievements, and contributions.

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USD School Way App
Stay Connected with District and School events. The free app is available for Apple, Android, and as a Web App.

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Sanger Teacher & Residency Program

Have you considered being a teacher? Fresno State and Sanger Unified bring you the STAR program.

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After School Programs (L.E.A.P)

LEAP is a first-come-first-serve program.  Find out how you can enroll your child, get bus schedules, see news & events, and learn about Sanger High's LEAP program.

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CAASPP Info

Understanding your child's California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress score report and Parent Guide to Smarter Balanced Summative.

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SUSD Child Nutrition

The Child Nutrition team is dedicated to providing safe, nutritious food, carefully following food preparation guidelines and monitoring sanitation procedures.

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California Housing Finance Agency

CalHFA has announced changes to its ECTP, to allow more K-12 public school employees such as administrators and support staff such as aides, bus drivers, food services workers and janitors.

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District Video 2017

Watch our new District Video 2017 highlighting the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).

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Spotlight

Education Matters: Students are making PSAs to stop littering

They are only 8 and 9-years-old, and they are working on a project that would rival anything adults would tackle.

“The project that we are working on in civic learning is to stop littering,” student Aubrey Oum said.

This is the issue third graders at John Wash Elementary School in the Sanger Unified school district deemed was one of the most important in their community...

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Good News For Sanger Schools

The Granville Home of Hope fundraiser began in 2006; since then the event has helped Valley schools and charities by raising money to provide food, shelter, healthcare and education. Granville Homes, with help from its trade partners, donates a new home each year as a raffle prize awarded in the fall. The Home of Hope event has raised more than $4 million for non-profits since it began.

The Foundation for Sanger Schools is one of the several beneficiaries of the raffle.

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Sanger High Lands In America's Top High School 2016: Beating the Odds

We have just been contacted by Newsweek and informed that Sanger High School just made the list of America's Top High School 2016: Beating the Odds.

This list proves our school's commitment to post secondary opportunities for all students no matter their socioeconomic background. This is a testament to all the hard work our staff puts in every single day to give all students the opportunity to Beat the Odds! We are ranked #325 in the entire country! This is certainly a ranking to be proud of! We will continue to work hard and move courageously forward to continue our successes!

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Sanger School Only School in California to Receive Gold Ribbons Awards Program Honors

Sanger Unified is celebrating success after Jefferson Elementary was the only school in California to receive three honors under the Gold Ribbons Awards Program.

The Gold Ribbons Awards Program recognizes schools in California that achieved success in student learning when it comes to arts, physical education, or nutrition. Jefferson Elementary in Sanger Unified was the only school in the state to apply for honors in all three and win.

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