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Sanger Unified is committed to safety as one of its primary goals for our children. Please read Superintendent Navo's message regarding safety in our schools.

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Home of the Eagles!

Welcome to Lone Star! We are committed to providing instruction that is rigorous, engaging and supportive through well-designed, differentiated lessons embedded with opportunities for students to collaborate and persevere.

2617 S. Fowler | Fresno, CA 93725 | (559) 524-6430

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Online Registration available March 1st

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS EASY!!! (Online registration BEGINS March 1st – “Walk in” registrations still accepted during the week of March 19th).

If you need internet access, please contact your school site for information on computer availability.

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To be eligible to register for Kindergarten, students must be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2018.

To be eligible to register for Transitional Kindergarten, students must be 5 years old between September 2-December 2, 2018.

Upon completion of online registration, the parent or legal guardian will need to visit their school site to provide documentation for verification and completion of the registration process. You must have a valid address within the boundaries of Sanger Unified to register. Documents needed for verification include:

  • Proof of residency (utility bill, etc.)
  • Birth certificate, baptismal records, or statement of attending physician must be presented to verify age of child.
  • Completed physical exam dated after March 1, 2017. An appointment for an exam will NOT be accepted.
  • Written evidence of up-to-date immunizations for: Polio, MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella), DTP (Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis), Hepatitis B (3 shots over a 6-month period) and Varicella (chickenpox) for more detailed information click here.
  • Documentation of either TB Testing or TB Risk Assessment completed within 18 months prior to initial entry to Sanger Unified School District.
  • Oral health assessment within the last 12 months (submit prior to K completion).
  • AB 277 Alert: Personal belief immunization waivers are no longer accepted.

Monday, March 19 Wilson, Reagan
Tuesday, March 20 Jackson, Jefferson, Fairmont, Lone Star
Wednesday, March 21 Sequoia, Centerville, Madison, Lincoln
Thursday, March 22 Del Rey, John Wash

Registrations accepted 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Walk-in registrations are still accepted on these designated days.

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Jo Ellen Misakian

Jo Ellen Misakian spent years making a difference in thousands of lives at Lone Star School when she was librarian. Now, she's doing it again.

After leaving Sanger Unified she began teaching at Fresno Pacific helping teachers become Library Media Teachers.

At her recent retirement party she asked that people donate new books or money to be used at Lone Star to purchase new books for the library.

On Friday, May 22nd Principal Lori Welch and Librarian Janet Lenocker were presented with a box of books and a check for $500. Misakian was so touched by the outpouring of love that she matched the $500 donation.

When she was librarian, Jo Ellen Misakian was at Lone Star and John Wash she focused on getting students reading. The Young Author's Fair and helping get "The Outsiders" movie made were two of her projects.

Kathy Pinasco, Sanger Unified's District Library Coordinator stated, “The school and the Sanger Unified School District is so thankful to have such an amazing supporter. The Students and the staff are the winners.”

Read Across America

We would like to thank Dr. Lamas, Vice President at Fresno State and everyone who read a book to our students during this year's Read Across America. A special thank you to Mrs. Lenocker for helping organize this event!

"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you will go."
~Dr. Suess

Dream Big

Dr. Leroy M. Morishita
California State University East Bay

Dr. Morishita spoke with the 6th grade students about fulfilling their dreams and attending the college of their choice. Dreams do come true.

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