Empowering Students to Succeed!
Hello Students,
This is the first newsletter of the school year. Our entire school staff is so pleased to have you back and we look forward to serving you this year. Each one of us is here to help you meet your goals! Take a look at this month's resources that may help you get to where you want to be. Think of each opportunity as a door that you can open to explore possibilities to create your future.
Calendar of Events
September 29, 2022: Reedley College Class Registration Help,
8:30-9:30am or 5:30-7:30pm
October 4, 2022: City of Sanger Job Fair, 2:00-5:00pm
October 5, 2022: Reedley College Class Registration Help, 5:30-7:30pm
October 12, 2022: Reedley College-Adult Education Showcase, 6:00pm on Zoom
Or
October 13, 2022: Reedley College-Adult Education Showcase, 11:00am on Zoom
Student Success Story
Meet Samra Alrubaidi
Samra's Road to Success
Samra Alrubaidi started in our ESL Program at Sanger Adult School in 2017 when we held our classes at Wilson Elementary School. She studied hard to learn to read, write, understand and speak English.
She challenged herself and entered our High School Diploma Program towards the end of the 2019 school year.
Samra continued to work hard in our Independent Study High School Diploma Program for several years. During that time, Ms. Alrubaidi completed all 170 credits needed for graduation with a 3.76 grade point average! Samra wrote and delivered a speech at the graduation and won a scholarship for the Medical Assistant Program.
Ms. Alrubaidi has completed her Medical Assistant class work and is now doing her externship training in a doctor's office.
As a Certified Medical Assistant, Samra will be able to get a job in a hospital, clinic, blood bank, or doctor's office.
Congratulations to Samra for creating her goals and sticking to her plan!
Recipe for Success
  • Create a goal
  • Make a plan
  • Take advantage of opportunities
  • Get your dream career
What's Next for YOU?
Are you thinking about career training or earning a college degree? Find out what is available at Reedley College.


10/12/22 at 6:00pm
or
10/13/22 at 11:00am


Mark your calendar today.
Career Connections
Skill Builders
Start Building Your Resume NOW
Technology skills are essential for thriving in today's world.

Google Docs is a word processing program similar to Microsoft Word.

Google Sheets is a spreadsheet program similar to Microsoft Excel.

What is the main difference between the Google and Microsoft Software? Microsoft Software must be purchased and Google Software is FREE to all!
Click below to register.
These classes are for anyone in the community!
If you are interested in the construction trades, click here to learn more about this free program.
Get a Head Start on Your Future
Yes, you can take a college class on our campus even before you get your high school diploma.
These class are open to anyone in our community

Today's Receptionist
General front desk duties including the proper use of the telephone, communication skills, answering the phone, placing callers on hold, transferring calls, taking complete messages, handling mail, scheduling appointments, making travel arrangements, & developing appropriate business relationships. 

Fitness for Oder Adults
Open to anyone 18 years and older

Registration Help
Reedley College Counselors will be on campus to help with the registration process.
  • 9/29/22 in Room 3 from 8:30 to 9:30am and 5:30 to 7:30pm
  • 10/5/22 in Room 4 from 5:30 to 7:30pm
A $13 Health Fee is required each semester.
Job Opportunities
Click here for jobs in and near Sanger.
Once on the website, scroll to the bottom to access more pages.
Put on your interview clothes and come to the Sanger Community Center to apply for jobs and check out career training programs on October 4th. Get directions here.
Career Training at Sanger Adult School
Careers to think about as you advance your education.
Click the blue links below to see details about these careers.
  • Average Local Annual Pay: $35,260
  • Employment: Skilled nursing facilities, hospitals, in home healthcare agencies
  • A CNA certificate is also needed to get into the nursing program at Fresno City College
  • Average Local Annual Pay: $35,540
  • Employment: Skilled nursing facilities, hospitals, in home healthcare agencies
  • An EMT certificate is needed to get into the Fire Academy at Fresno City College.
  • Average Local Annual Pay: $36,820
  • Average Local Annual Pay: $45,170
  • Average Local Annual Pay: $44,530

Scholarships will be available later in the year. Ask you teacher for more information.
Learning is Fun and Rewarding!
What is the meaning of the word substantial in the sentence below?
Yes, you can use Google!
The hikers ate a substantial breakfast before heading out on their full day adventure.
a) Made of liquid
b) Fairly large or solid
c) Small or light
Email your name and answer to heather_bustamante@sangerusd.net
heather_bustamante@sangerusd.net by October 14th.

Correct answers will be put in a drawing to win a school folding chair.

Answers to the last newsletter puzzle:
summer, day, outdoors, best, and best
School Persisters
Students who persist, or find ways to keep moving forward when times get tough, achieve their dreams faster.
Keep reaching for the stars students, you can do anything you believe in!
Persistence Award Winners!
What is the Persistence Award Drawing?
Each ESL and High School Diploma student who attends all their class sessions and completes the minimum number of independent study hours outside of class gets a virtual ticket to the monthly drawing. Winners are selected for each program and from each class.

The winners from September are . . .
Marciana Lopez, Victor Reyes, Victoria Rios Rodriguez, Araceli Ortiz, and Alida Lazaro from the ESL Program.

Jaclyn Silva, Desiree Gutierrez, Blanca Valencia, and Greta Danielyan from the High School Diploma Program.

Fun & Nutritious
Our Mission Statement
Sanger Adult School provides equitable, accessible, rigorous, and relevant programs to prepare our students for higher education and/or the workforce.
Student Learning Outcomes
Students will learn to:
  • Think Critically
  • Be self-directed learners
  • Communicate effectively
  • Engage with technology