Besides educators, administrators, and support staff, Manteca Unified school board members are also being asked to take cuts.
The driver in a SUV pulled up to the Manteca Educators Association group at the start of the "Pink Friday" rally at North Main Street and Louise Avenue.
The sound along Manteca's busiest intersection Friday afternoon was deafening – it's seldom quiet with thousands of cars and trucks rushing by on a daily basis.
Jamie Cameron helps operate the International Self Defense Institute at 1140 N. Main St.
It wasn't too long ago that 50 acres along Tinnin Road were cleared, grubbed and graded.
Regional Occupational Program students in Joe Waller's Careers in Law Enforcement classes received step-by-step instructions on several California Highway Patrol training exercises.
STOCKTON – In conjunction with "Pink Friday," the San Joaquin Office of Education today will address the cuts impacting public education.
FRENCH CAMP – In the not so distant future, French Camp School will be getting a much-needed multipurpose gymnasium.
Manteca High's James Keller is an avid racing fan of NASCAR.
Several Ripon High School JROTC cadets are only days away from making a trip of a lifetime to the nation's capital.
Steve Winter still remembers the day he first represented Manteca High.
In order to address a $23.5 million shortfall, the Manteca Unified school board agreed with more precautionary layoffs at Tuesday's meeting.
Two Manteca Police school resource officers spent the week at Joshua Cowell School where they engaged students to the dangers of gangs in the community.
Joshua Cowell School Principal Harriet Myrick has released the February All Stars of the month.
LATHROP - For his senior project, Humza Mansoor hopes to earn money to help the Manteca Community Action Program and Services projects.
If you have time to spare today and you enjoy getting your hands dirty, you are welcome to stop by anytime at the community garden in progress at Sequoia Elementary School.
Sara Henry is looking to help out youngsters in Manteca and Lathrop by taking up a collection for back-to-school supplies.
It was in her church on a Sunday morning that one Manteca teen heard the answer to her college funding prayers.
Graduating seniors from Manteca, Escalon, Tracy and Ripon were included in the more than $25,000 in scholarships handed out last Thursday night by the San Joaquin Valley Chapter of the National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA) during ceremonies.
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Sophia Cardoza has a standing date with her two grandchildren every weekday during summer from 12:30 to 1 p.m.
Brieanne Jansen took math.
A picnic at the park five days a week. That's the highlight of the day for hundreds of Manteca Unified School District children during the summer.
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Will it be Give Every Child A Chance or another non-profit organization that will run the after-school program at Weston Ranch High School?
Youngsters of the Give Every Child A Chance Summer Camp spent a portion of the past few weeks learning dances influenced by Disney Channel's popular "Teen Beach Movie."
She has overseen the operation of an orphanage in Grenada and worked to save rhinos in South Africa.
The Manteca Unified School District budget for school year 2014-2015 was approved by the members of the Board of Trustees with the exception of Nancy Teicheira.
LATHROP – Czarina Calayan of Lathrop, was among about 340 graduates at the Fresno Pacific University's spring commencement, which took place at 7 p.m. in Chukchansi Park (Grizzlies Stadium) in downtown Fresno. Graduates came from the traditional undergraduate, bachelor's degree completion and master's degree programs, including those of Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary.
Meet the 158 newly minted published authors in the Manteca Unified School District and surrounding areas.