Manteca Unified Board of Trustee Michael Seelye was very impressed.
In less than three hours Sierra High School's seniors will board a bus and drive the six hours down to Valencia to partake in grad night at Six Flags Magic Mountain.
Sixth graders at Stella Brockman School took part in their version of the annual Greek Olympic Games on Friday.
It was a night that that was both "an end and a beginning."
Donna Moline shared some tidbits of Vincent Van Gogh with youngsters at River Island Technology Academy on Wednesday.
Friends in need are friends indeed.
Anyssa Ayala and Alondra Basulto were the first ones up to if their chicken egg could stay intact in one piece from a two-story fall.
There are teachers, and then there are teachers like Larry Grimes, Science Department chair at Sierra High School where he has been a member of the faculty for the last 15 years.
When people hear about what Larry Grimes do for a living, they cringe.
Larry Grimes' colleagues and students at Sierra High School are familiar with a lot of things about the 2014 Cortopassi Family Foundation Excellence in Science Teaching awardee.
LATHROP – Those that showed up 30 minutes before the Lathrop High School graduation last year learned a hard lesson.
Going solar for Manteca Unified is starting to pay off. Of the 9.1 million kWh (kilowatt hour) of electricity that the district consumed so far during fiscal year 2013-2014, 2.5 kWh – or 27 percent – was generated by the array of solar installations at the school district and about two-dozen other campus locations. The remaining 73 percent was generated by PG&E.
There was no band playing the grandiose strains of "Pomp and Circumstance."
Troy Fast called the first-ever recipients of Manteca High's Honor The Code patch an "eclectic" group.
Weston Ranch High School likes suspense. While the other comprehensive high schools in the Manteca Unified School District have announced the names of their graduating class valedictorians and salutatorians, Weston Ranch wants to continue its tradition of maintaining the suspense by not revealing at this point the names of its top graduates.
Does Manteca Unified School District board candidate Ashley Drain know the way home?
Joshua Cowell Elementary School is still near and dear to the heart of Torrey Mercer.
Joshua Cowell Elementary School president Mckena Hoppis challenged her schoolmates by calling on them to do this simple task: "I would like for everyone, when they see a first responder, if you could just smile and just say thank you. I know it makes a big impact on them."
Below are three of the students' speeches shared on 911 Patriot Day at Joshua Cowell Elementary School last week.
The campaign to get Manteca Unified's $159 million Measure G bond passed in the November election is in full swing.
Since 1989, Soroptimist International of Manteca every year has donated thousands of dollars to Manteca Unified School District. To date, the total is $311,500 – and counting.
Two words are transformed into action every year on September 11 at Joshua Cowell Elementary School: service and remembrance.
Several Weston Ranch residents came to the defense of Manteca Unified Trustee Sam Fant at the Tuesday night Board of Trustee meeting over a column in Tuesday's Manteca Bulletin suggesting he should resign.
Art students in the Manteca Unified School District are invited to take part in a competition that could earn them some cool cash plus an opportunity to launch their artistic careers.
It's a three-bedroom, two-bath, moderately-sized family home in an older neighborhood.
Churches don't have a monopoly on sacrificial giving. Teachers do it every day, all the time, for their students.
He's the second challenger taking on an established incumbent in the race for the Manteca Unified Board of Education.
The third annual Patriot Day celebration at Joshua Cowell Elementary School will honor all first responders.
It was a first-hand fact-finding tour of the Give Every Child a Chance free tutoring program by Congressman Jeff Denham Thursday afternoon as he met with CEO Carol Davis in the Sun West Place headquarters followed by a close look at GECAC educational operations at Sequoia Elementary School.
The $159 million Manteca Unified School bond on the Nov. 4 ballot is not simply a rehab of existing schools that have safety, health, and aging issues such as structural concerns.