The old administration building of the Manteca Unified School District could soon accommodate another business or professional service.
Bonnie Bennett is settling into her role as principal.
Theresa Daniels and her husband, Rodney, are missing being a part of Sierra High.
Neil Hafley School officials were overwhelmed by the generosity of the community.
STOCKTON – The San Joaquin County Office of Education will dedicate the Education Service Center today in honor of Manteca resident and recently retired Superintendent of Schools Fredrick "Rick" Wentworth.
Friday night football is the game at its purest form.
Three of the four incumbents are seeking re-election in the Manteca Unified school board race.
LATHROP – It was about two years ago that Lathrop High first opened its doors to a student body consisting of 456 freshmen and sophomores.
Manteca High students will welcome a new look to the Dawson Center.
As the new Link Crew coordinator at Manteca High, Nina Norton could fall back on plenty of resources around campus.
With the first day of school right around the corner, more students of the Manteca Unified School District may opt to furnish their own rides to and from school.
Link Crew leaders need not be the book worm type.
Sierra High officially welcomed the Class of 2014.
LATHROP – They've had seniority since Day 1 at Lathrop High.
With the first day of instruction about a week away, the five comprehensive high schools of Manteca Unified are gearing up to welcome the newcomers.
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Sonia Lasyone is the Ripon Unified's new Chief Business Officer.
The Ripon Unified school board continued to mull over the proposed Academic Probation policy.
Siegrid "Ziggy" Robeson is looking ahead to the upcoming school year.
Superintendent Ziggy Robeson is thrilled with her replacement.
Four non-profit groups supporting Ripon youngsters recently applied for Police Activity League grants.
Trustees of the Ripon Unified School District will look at three options Monday on the proposed Academic Probation policy.
It's still off the beaten path.
The City of Ripon is currently receiving plenty of interest in residential development.
The new athletic complex at Ripon Christian High is taking shape.
The Great Outdoors has always been an outlet for Jeff Lund.
A new time and a once-a-month regular meeting schedule will begin next week for the Ripon City Council.
Construction at Weston Elementary School is now in the home stretch.
Concerns for Pacific Gas & Electric have been with trees and other vegetation damaging or creating barriers to the underground power lines.
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