Sanger Unified offers a continuum of special education services for students 3 through 21 years of age.
Special education services can include specialized instruction in the general education classroom, in a special education classroom, or in other settings. Classes and programs serving students with special needs are located in preschool, elementary, middle, and high schools throughout the district; however, not all programs are available at all sites. In instances where student needs require a site other than the homeschool, students are provided with transportation.
Students may be eligible for special education if they have a disability and if their needs cannot be met through general education programs. The Individual with Disabilities Education Act lists the following disability categories:
"Mandatory Interim Pupil Records" must be kept for three years after a student leaves or the records are no longer useful. The Sanger Unified School District will be destroying Special Education records of students with a date of birth that falls on or before December 31, 1991. Records will be destroyed on January 30, 2017. This will include electronic and hard copies of records. If you wish to obtain a copy of your records, you may go to Sanger Unified Special Education Office located at 1905 J1h Street to place a request for records in writing. Your request will be processed within 5 business days. If you have questions about obtaining records, you may contact Gloria Mendoza, Administrative Assistant, at (559) 524-6561 in the Pupil Services Office.
Sanger Unified's Special Olympic's teams were coached by Wayne Richardson and Bryce Frantzich. SUSD fielded teams in soccer, basketball, track and field, and softball. The students trained hard all year, played hard, demonstrated excellent sportsmanship, and had FUN!