Sanger High School News of the Week - February 10-14, 2020


Welcome to the PRIDE OF THE TRIBE! This newsletter is designed to provide you with important information, upcoming events, and to highlight great things happening at Sanger High School. We hope you find it useful! ~Jennie Flaa, Principal

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Celebrating Our Counselors!

We are so fortunate to have these ladies working with our students. They listen, guide, and counsel our students daily. But, what I see them do every day is FIGHT for our kids. Thank you, Liz Freeman, Donna Lincoln, and Erica Chupp for always putting our kids first. 💜💛💜


Due to the high call volume of parents missing the final deadline for yearbook orders we have gotten our publisher to agree to open up their online ordering site. So, starting tomorrow until Friday, February 21st, parents will have the opportunity to order a yearbook, but it is the yearbook only. Personalization and other add-ons are no longer available. Don’t delay, this will be the only time to secure a yearbook for this year.

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A Little Senior Mom Dance Fun!

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Sanger Education Foundation Scholarships - Now Open!


The Sanger Education Foundation 2020 Student Scholarship application is online and now available for your student to begin the application process. The application link can be accessed directly at….

Students can also access the link at the foundation's website under Program
Applications, Student Scholarships Applications.…/student-scholar…/


Scholarship applications are queued to close the application portal at 11:59 on March 22, 2020. The process still requires all application areas, including transcripts, letters of reference and essays to be completed at 100% on the applicant's dashboard, before the application can be successfully submitted by the student.

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Fire Fighting Program - Date Change!


As we begin planning schedules for next year, keep in mind the following information if you are interested in joining the Fire Academy:

Fire Science Parent Information Night

Wednesday, Feb. 26th @ 6:30 PM (New Date)

NCTC Gainesville – Health Science Center Rm. 2410

Any incoming junior that is even slightly considering the program should attend the meeting. Attendance is mandatory for anyone who will enroll, and they must bring a parent. There is a large amount of information that we must go over and we need to ensure that students and parents are making an informed decision prior to registering.

Flyer is attached below:

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The Memory Project!

Art II and Art III students did portraits of orphans from Malaysia for The Memory Project. These hand-drawn portraits will be sent back to the orphanages to be given to the child whose portrait was rendered by an art student.

Left to right, standing row: Ravyn Davis, Danielle Gibson, Jennifer Nambo, Garrett Hobbs, Ezequiel Olvera, Trevor Hartwell, Asa Campbell, and Anthony Young. Front row kneeling, left to right: Kaylie Peebles, Katie Carroll, Cali Neumeyer, Yazmin Weatherspoon, Mercedes Gonzalez, and Sarah Schmalz.

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Midwestern State University High School Art Show

Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls has an annual High School Art Show. 17 different HS and over 220 entries.

Drawing category: Cali Neumeyer and Yazmin Weatherspoon won Honorable Mention for their portrait artworks of orphans for The Memory Project.

Prosper UIL Academic Meet Results

Number Sense — 1st place team
Ben Savage 1st place
Dylan Kent 2nd place
Reese Chancellor 6th place

Current Events — 1st place team
Jesse Friesen 5th place
Aidan Tagaloa 6th place

Spelling — 1st place team
Jake Wellman 1st place
Preston Hobbs 3rd
Gabby Giddens 5th

Mathematics — Ben Savage 3rd place

Ready Writing — Ebie Hoenig 6th place

Editorial Writing — Gabby Giddens 4th place

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Upcoming Events

February 10

  • Golf @ Rockwood Spring Invitational
  • V Softball Scrimmage @ Pilot Point HS @ 5:00 PM

February 11

  • Boys & Girls Basketball vs Gainesville @ Gainesville, 5:00 PM

February 12

  • JV Tennis @ Krum Tournament

February 13

  • Varsity Boys Mixed Tennis @ Princeton Tournament
  • Cheer Mandatory Parent/Candidate Meeting @ 6:00 PM, SHS Lecture Hall

February 14

  • End of 4th Six Weeks Grading Period
  • V Girls Tennis @ Princeton Tournament
  • Boys Basketball vs Anna @ Anna, 5:00 PM
  • JV Boys Baseball Scrimmage vs Boyd @ SHS, 5:00 PM
  • V Softball Scrimmage @ Calisburg, 6:00 PM

February 15

  • Boys Powerlifting @ LD Bell HS
  • WInterguard @ Wakeland HS
  • Academic UIL @ Valley View
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It's a great day to be a Sanger Indian!

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