The "Every 15 Minutes" scenario depicting the consequences of drinking and driving, as it relates to high school graduations, played out once again as a stark warning in the Manteca High School athletic field before the upper class students of four area schools.
When it comes to art, Madeleine Romero is as sharp as a tack. Literally. It isn't that she knows everything about specific art movements or periods or other information that one would expect from an art history major. It isn't even that she wants to make art something that she pursues professionally when she graduates from East Union High School in the spring. But with her raw fingers to tell the tale, Romero showed each ...
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints invites the community to attend the Crystal Apple Awards on Friday, May 3, at 7 p.m. at the Northland Chapel, 6060 Northland Ave., in Manteca. The event will recognize and honor the outstanding educators in the various high schools in Ripon, Tracy and Manteca.
LATHROP - A pent-up demand for charter schools means the South County's newest public elementary campus - River Islands Technology Academy - will open in August with a waiting list of students trying to get into kindergarten through fourth grade classes.
Amanda Christensen is in an enviable position. The Manteca High School's Class of 2013 co-salutatorian already has her heart set on studying cognitive neuroscience in college. But she is facing a difficult, albeit, a happy dilemma – whether to attend University of California, Los Angeles or New York University.
Manteca High is the green school. Beyond the school colors – green and white – MHS stepped up its recycling efforts this year while utilizing some of the earth resources. One example of that was the Junior Reserve Officers Training Corp along with the wood shop class working collaboratively on constructing a green house earlier this year using plastic water and soda bottles. In keeping with "go green" theme, students of the Advanced Art classes ...
A child's second birthday, for many, is a big to-do for the little one's family and friends.
Airenne Curry of Manteca was presented the Rev. P. Lauritz and Alpha Mork Scholarship award during Honors Day at Waldorf College in Forest City, Iowa. The annual event was held April 3 in Waldorf's Atrium.
Lathrop High Principal Mike Horwood was raised in a non-English speaking, single-parent household.
Behind many a successful student is a teacher who inspired them to spread their wings and reach for the stars to achieve their penultimate dream.
By ROSE ALBANO RISSO The Bulletin These are hectic days for high school seniors, but exciting at the same time. Graduation is about a month away. And for many of the graduating seniors, this is also the time to get everything in order for that giant leap to the next chapter in their lives – to the college or university of their choice, whether it be the junior college in Stockton or Modesto, University of ...
Todd Dunaway has a vision and it doesn't include his best athletes in swimsuits, street clothes or casts.
Students and families of Woodward Elementary School reached their finish line on April 6. The Mustang running club completed its progressive marathon at the "Hit the Streets for Hunger" 1-mile and 5-kilometer race earlier this month. One of the morning's highlights came courtesy of Woodward principal Sherrie Jamero, who ran the 5K with a running club student at her side. Those that completed the progressive marathon – a 26.2-mile journey spread out over several months ...
CORVALLIS - Names of students who have made the Scholastic Honor Roll Winter term have been announced by Oregon State University.
It's not merely by chance that Alex Sakata favors his saxophone and trumpet more than the nearly half-dozen musical instruments that he plays quite proficiently.
Alaina Haena's summer break has only just begun and already she's booked solid through August.
Kimberly LaMar is graduating from East Union High tonight. The Lancers' Class of 2013 valedictorian has a speech to work on and a host of other things to worry about.
It was hard to tell which shone brighter. The shimmering afternoon sun fanned by gentle breezes, or the seemingly never-ending smile on the face of Va Perez.
Stella Brockman Elementary School sent some 115 eighth graders to high school Wednesday night with 16 of them having 4.0 grade point averages for every trimester during the year.
Hunter Leonard knew that his tie was straight.
LATHROP – Chase Hayes summed up his excitement in a single motion.
Jaelyn Stock had bounced around elementary schools in the Central Valley before she found a home at Neil Hafley.
Shasta Elementary School's promotion ceremony for the 8th grade Class of 2013 began with a moment of silence.
LATHROP – The Lathrop Elementary School 8th grade class of 2013 will have plenty of inspirational words to see them through as they journey on to the next level of education at Lathrop High School.
Alvin Vang's black gown was heavier than most.
Tuesday afternoon was bittersweet for Britney Szeto.
No one really leaves McParland School.
For years, Janet Sanders has shared her classroom with frustration, confusion and anger.
Manuel Cardenas didn't think that he was ever going to graduate high school.
The Manteca Unified Board of Education during a special meeting on Tuesday approved the reassignment of two school district administrative personnel.