“Roll your window down.” This instruction came from my friend, Jill Bedford, as we approached Clovis East High School. We were here, along with Jill's daughter, Sarah Potter, to attend the San Joaquin Valley Color Guard & Percussion Review Classification Show. After spending most of 2015 attending parades, it was time to up my game. Since I'm crazy about marching bands, particularly drumlines, this seemed like the next logical step. What I stepped into was a different world.
Sanger High School
Attendance at the 2013 Sanger High Sober Grad event was more than double the number of students who participated in 2012, according to Sanger High Sober Grad organizer and Sanger High teacher, Sara Smith. This year 170 students participated, but in 2012, only 82 students participated. The location had a lot to do with the increase in attendance.
The Sanger High School campus was taken over by the color orange and a flash mob dance performance last month as a way to declare an end to bullying, during its first Unity Day event, held in the quad area of the school campus, during the lunch break.
When Sanger High School (SHS) students returned for the 2012-13 school year, a new administrator, Johnny Gonzalez, was there to greet them during registrations and first day of school activities.