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Sanger Unified School District

Support Services


The Sanger Unified School District Support Services Department is devoted to maximizing the District's value-added services including: sustainability (ie. energy and water consumption, recycling, solid waste, solar), safety and security, risk management, integrated pest management, and asset/property liability programs.



Support Services serves in a vital support role to Operations Services, which includes over one hundred employees made up of the following departments: Maintenance, Custodial, Grounds, Transportation, Child Nutrition, and Warehousing, in addition, to working closely with Human Resource (HR) Services in the areas of workers' compensation, return to work, and Title IX programs.


Contact Information

Kevin Edwards
Director of Support Services
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Raylene Trent
Secretary
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Rene Martinez
Campus Safety Officer
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Address & Phone
1199 Commerce Way, Sanger Ca 93657
Ph: 559-524-7600 | Fax: 559-875-8366


Department Priorities

Risk Management
Continual process of identifying, analyzing, evaluating, and treating loss exposures while monitoring and implementing effective and efficient risk control measures.

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Incident Command
Ensuring District emergency procedures allow for efficient control and coordination in event of an emergency response scenerio.

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District Security
Enforcing District policies and procedures which ensures maximum levels of safety for students, employees, and visitors.

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Energy Management
Objectives are resource conservation, protection of the learning environment, and cost savings, while users have permanent access to the energy they need to be effective employees.


Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
Our plan is a science-based, common-sense approach for reducing populations of diseasevectors and public health pests. Our IPM uses a variety of pest management techniques that focus on pest prevention, pest reduction, and the elimination of conditions that lead to pest infestations.

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