MODESTO – The Associated Students of Modesto Junior College (ASMJC) is teaming up with Students United Reaching for Equality (SURE) and Modesto Junior College's International Student Program to host a workshop for undocumented immigrants who dream of achieving a college education.
Give Every Child a Chance (GECAC) is once again offering the Service Challenge Scholarship.
The Give Every Child a Chance (GECAC) Antone E. Raymus, 16th Annual Bowl-A-Thon takes place Saturday, Feb. 28.
Tammy Brecht Dunbar and Kristen Messer were selected by Microsoft as Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts (MIE Expert) for 2015 for their excellence in using technology to help students learn and achieve more. Microsoft stated they are "visionary educators who are paving the way for their peers to share ideas, try new approaches and learn from each other."
With the Manteca Unified School District Going Digital, and its 23,000 students now being armed with 21st-century education tools called Panasonic 3E computers, is a televised or live streamed Board of Trustees meeting far behind?
An annual religious event celebrated by St. Anthony of Padua School on Sunday illustrates the role it has played since it opened in 1956 and its mission.
Carolyn Cano does not consider her career choice – teaching at a Catholic school – as a job. It's not a venue for earning money. It's not a livelihood. It's not an 8-5 job. It is much more than that, she said.
Wednesday was Lincoln Elementary School's turn for the Great Deployment.
Should a Manteca Unified student lose or break a Panasonic 3E tablet away from school the odds are their family won't end up paying for it even if they do not purchase the optional insurance at a cost of $5 a month.
A group of parents have launched a campaign aimed at getting their concerns about the $30 million Manteca Unified Going Digital program heard and addressed by district officials. This weekend, they are deploying social media via Facebook, email, and telephone tools to get the word out and to encourage parents with similar concerns to get involved.
Students at Walter Woodward Elementary gathered on the steps of the school's amphitheater, donning new T-shirts.
The role a Board of Trustee member plays, and how to wield that power – as an individual and as part of the whole – were among the topics discussed during a study session Tuesday conducted by two legal counsels for the Manteca Unified School District.
French Camp Elementary School and Manteca High School will be the first in the district to receive the new Panasonic computers to officially launch Manteca Unified's history-making Going Digital program.
James Mousalimas set out to become an architect.
These are busy days at the Manteca Adult School located at the Manteca Unified School District compound on West Louise Avenue, corner of Airport Way. The long line of people seen Friday afternoon in front of the district building complex was just one demonstration of that.
Marina Flores, Marissa King and Alexandria Scott displayed camaraderie Friday by sharing time together to address those attending East Union High's commencement exercises.
Cyrus Hunter chatted with his friends as he waited to enter the Stella Brockman multipurpose room Wednesday night.
What does it mean to be a Lincoln Raider?
New Haven Elementary School Principal David O'Leary called Wednesday's promotion exercise another phase for 61 of his eighth graders.
Some 132 eighth-grade students at Mossdale Elementary School took that next step on Tuesday.
If one valedictorian's speech summarizes the nature of a promoting class, then those that spoke Wednesday night at the Joseph Widmer ceremony had it down to a science.
Summer Reed made sure that her nails were perfect while the rest of her class buzzed around the room with anticipation.
Persabel Tecle looked at Tuesday's ceremony at Veritas Elementary School for eighth-grade students as more than just a promotion.
Ryan Ender and Mahir Pepic are both UCLA-bound.
Calla High graduation on Friday had its fair share of memories.
Larissa Castillo learned through be.tech that procrastination really doesn't work.
MODESTO – It has been 50 years since the first class of nursing students completed their two year Associate Degree Nursing Program (ADN) at Modesto Junior College.
Growth is tearing apart 8th grade classes this month.
Mauricio Torres is enjoying his final days at Lathrop High.
Sometime over the weekend Alec Alegre felt like drawing a picture of Goofy that he could slip behind the plastic cover of his binder.