The reaction to death and carnage involving fellow students brought out very real tears, Kleenex and depression at a funeral for the "victims" of the Every 15 Minutes staged crash scene in the Manteca High School football stadium Wednesday morning.
RIPON - The elimination of two overflow K-3 classrooms at Ripon's Parkview and Colony Oak Elementary schools was approved by Ripon Unified trustees Tuesday night bringing a net savings of some $42,000.
The scene was real – bringing back a lot of serious memories – when Manteca's high school seniors gathered on a football field grandstand on Tuesday to witness the tragedy that comes from drinking and driving.
The death of a friend and major injuries suffered by others as they walked along East Highway 120 from a bonfire last year were fresh on the minds of many students as they watched this year's Every 15 Minutes at the Manteca High stadium
Manteca Unified teachers will continue to be better paid than their counterparts in Stockton Unified - and most teachers in San Joaquin County - under the latest compensation offer made by the district.
The program is a collaborative effort between the Center for Ecoliteracy and 42 school districts in the Golden State including Manteca Unified. All together, the school districts serve more than 250 million meals a year.
The old sycamore trees in the parking lot of Calla High School are counting their days. They need to come down because their roots are getting into the pipes in the boys' bathroom. There is no definite date set for their removal.