The Foundation for Sanger Schools has allocated $4,000 for school sites and departments to utilize these funds for a host of service projects that will make a difference in our community. The Foundation encourages projects that make a direct impact within the boundaries of Sanger Unified School Districts. Projects could include, but are not limited to: tree planting, park, neighborhood or even individual yard clean up, window cleaning, painting projects, serving the homeless, creating care packages for those less fortunate, and much more.
Principal: Soki Siv
Program: "Growing" Our Education
Creation of community school garden to grow flowers, herbs, fruits, vegetables, and succulents. Garden will be used to teach lessons on match, science, sustainability, and community of caring values. Majority of supplies planned to be purchased from local businesses, and products would be donated or sold back to the community.
Sanger High School
Principal: Kirstin Coronado
Program: Civic Education Projects
Develop Civil Service Projects to encourage students to explore ways they can participate in their communities and affect enduring positive change. Each class section debates and chooses one challenge in the community and together determine course of action, the goal for them and to develop an action plan that will continue to affect positive change even after their project is completed.