William McIntosh was one proud father of a George McParland Elementary School student last year. And for good reason. His son, Tyler, who was then in fifth grade, was part of the school's Science Olympiad team that brought home a big pennant for the West Northgate Drive campus.
An encore performance for "Bye Bye Birdie" is scheduled this weekend at Sierra High.
There will be no school for all high school and elementary students in the Manteca Unified School District from March 25 to April 1.
Lathrop High School teacher Michael Pangburn brought his new kids on the academic block to the Manteca Unified Board of Trustees meeting earlier this week.
LATHROP – The Mexican-style fiesta and Mexican food buffet extravaganza to raise money for Lathrop Elementary School's surveillance cameras is taking place today from noon to 6 p.m. Tickets to the event, called Spring King and Queen Fiesta & Mexican-American food buffet, is just a donation of $1 at the door. It's being held at the school's multipurpose building at the corner of Fifth and O streets next door to the school.
East Union High School Migrant Program coordinator Araceli Sandoval and student Ana Naranjo are both in Los Angeles this weekend to receive distinct honors.
"Bye Bye Birdie" is a musical comedy that takes you back to the innocent days of Rock 'N' Roll, Elvis and malt shops.
St. Anthony of Padua School is celebrating a two-decade milestone with an open house on Sunday, March 17.
WESTON RANCH - A Great Valley Elementary School Annex science teacher lost his hair but gained $1,440 for his favorite cause, The Leukemia and Lymphoma Association.
Each high school athlete in the Manteca Unified School District pays $75 for transportation costs.
Manteca Unified School District's competition was fairly small just a few years ago. Primarily Christian schools such as St. Anthony's, Plumfield Academy, Ripon Christian Schools, and Manteca Christian Schools competed with the district for students. And given parents had to come up with the tuition, the numbers of students who opted out of public school was small. Now the school landscape has changed. The Christian schools have been joined by public charter schools in and ...
It's a place where art and science, media and technology, and students' lives and the real world converge.
Each year, students in Angie Anaya's Fashion Merchandising class and club earn their way to the Los Angeles Fashion District.
LATHROP – Brenda Scholl has something in common with her mother that will be hard to match.
Nick Obligacion likes doughnuts. At least that's what he told the students of Risa Hernandez' third grade class at Sequoia Elementary Tuesday morning when he stopped by. Donning his blue uniform and a light duty belt, Obligacion – Manteca's police chief – fielded a handful of prepared questions for the anxious class before calling on students that wanted to know things that weren't on the sheet. And whether he enjoyed the stereotypical snack was one ...
Ann Jayne, instructional coach at El Dorado School in the Stockton Unified School District, was approved for a vice principal position in the Manteca Unified School District by the Board of Trustees at their last meeting.
A dusty and weedy nine-acre property in the Union Ranch housing development stands like a sore thumb in the middle of toni homes with manicured lawns. Its expansive brown dirt is in sharp, sad contrast to the lush green park next to it bordered by blooming shrub roses.
Special pastry treats are going to the San Joaquin County Fair Board and guests every morning at 6 o'clock at their booth near the show animal pens.
The Manteca Unified Vocational Academy could be starting its next program in August when the school year 2013-14 begins.
The Sierra High Class of 2013 includes the following graduates:
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The following are members of the East Union High graduating Class of 2013:
Great Valley Academy in Manteca was described as one of the "few (charter school) models that exist" by the Center for Educational Reform.
The following are members of the Manteca High's Class of 2013.
University of Central Oklahoma student Jason Robletto, a modern language major from Manteca, recently received the Liberal Arts Symposium Best Paper in Modern Languages Award from Central's College of Liberal Arts in recognition of academic excellence and outstanding service to the university.
A final field trip of the year took 30 first graders from St. Anthony's School on a two-hour fexursion to Doctors Hospital Manteca recently where they learned first-hand the inner workings of the medical facility.
WESTON RANCH – New Vision High School Principal Dr. Katie Peters' life story is the gist that best-selling books are made.
The following are Manteca Unified eighth graders who have been promoted to high school:
LATHROP - The following are awards and scholarships were presented to graduating Lathrop High seniors:
Jaclyn Mcallaster of Sierra High School is among the 16 recipients of the 10th Congressional District of California 2013 Merit Award for high seniors in Stanislaus and southern San Joaquin County.