Amber Diekmann is a freshman at Manteca High.
Six elementary school students were awarded a collective $300 for their efforts in the South San Joaquin Irrigation District's Poster Contest.
Friday's memorial service for the dead in this year's "Every 15 minutes" dramatization was heavy with emotion.
Farm Day 2009 at St. Anthony's School in Manteca featured plenty of rides for the students and some of their teachers.
It's a vignette of real tragedy - "Every 15 Minutes" - that Manteca emergency workers hope will have an impact on high school seniors and their parents.
LATHROP - Lathrop Elementary held its third annual "Evening with the STARs" Ice-Cream Sundae STAR Recognition.
Everything's Groovy at Lathrop High
Thelma D. Asher, 95, entered into rest on, April 17, 2009 in Manteca. She was born on, April 10, 1914 in Santa Cruz, Cal. She joins in heaven her husband, Claude Asher, her son, Judge Don I. Asher, her great grandson, Kallen Graham and her sister Dorothy Larrabee.
Stacey Hernandez shares the one big concern of those attending the recent Manteca Unified transportation department meetings – safety.
Jonathan Ortega has only been involved in ceramics since the beginning of the school year.
Isabella Mays, a first-grade student at Stella Brockman School, has been receiving chemotherapy for the past 16 months to treat a brain tumor.
'Seussical' the musical underway at Sierra
On National Librarian Day Thursday, Nina Norton sported a tiara, a t-shirt reading "Librarian Goddess," and even toted a wand throughout the school day.
Several months ago, the Manteca Unified board of trustees agreed to extend the walking distance to school for all students to an additional half mile as part of the Level II cuts to handle a $23.5 million budget shortfall.
Manteca Unified has a new public information officer – Victoria Brunn. The creation of this new position can't be more timely for the district – and for very good reasons.
The California State Teachers Retirement System has "several means" that it uses to collect leads on specific accounts that need to be scrutinized for such issues as overpayment.
one.Charter Academy of Visual & Performing Arts is prepping to present its 3rd Annual Hoops for Heart youth event to be held Thursday, April 3, at 800 Douglas Road in Stockton from 10 a.m. to noon. Celebrating the joys of a healthy lifestyle, one.Charter students are developing hours of fun for community youth to play active games, discover the workings of the human body, snack on healthy treats, and participate in a variety of heart themed lessons and art projects. The event is free and open to the public.
Sierra High's Athletic Boosters Club is teaming with Red Robin tonight from 5 to 9 p.m. in a fund-raising effort.
As Mrs. Potts, Kassidy Klinesmith performs the beloved title song of 'Disney's Beauty and the Beast.'
Save our FFA. That was the rallying cry of the FFA students and teachers from Manteca Unified to Governor Jerry Brown and other political leaders at the recent California Ag Day held at the state capitol.
Keeping children active and healthy from a young age, and emphasizing the importance of preventing childhood obesity is at the heart of a nutrition class sponsored by Manteca Unified's School Readiness Department.
Registration for incoming kindergarteners in Manteca Unified School District during the 2014-2015 school year will begin on April 2. It will continue through June 14 when schools close for the summer. Registrations, which must take place at the school where the student will attend, will resume again on July 28 just before the beginning of the school year.
A Disney classic will grace the stage at Manteca High's Mulvihill Theatre for a three-day run, beginning this week.
A series of multi-cultural events will be held next week at Lathrop High.
The words of Keelan Saunders, a seventh grader at George Komure Elementary School in Weston Ranch, explained in the simplest way possible why Manteca Unified School was being recognized by the USDA Food and Nutrition Service.
LATHROP – Back from a clam chowder cooking competition in Santa Cruz where they competed in the professional division, the students of be.tech Academy's Culinary Arts class are off to another adventure.
Recycling Rumble's reigning champion won't relinquish its title without a fight.
Retired San Joaquin County Office of Education Superintendent Frederick Wentworth is appealing the action taken by the California State Teachers' Retirement System (CalSTRS) to reduce his retirement pension from $291,732 a year to $234,929.
In February, the Manteca Unified Board of Trustees gave Superintendent Jason Messer the OK to ink a lease-leaseback contract with Vanden Bos Electric, Inc for the scope of work in the Going Digital project at three schools – Lathrop Elementary, Great Valley Elementary in Weston Ranch, and Manteca Day School. The total cost for these three sites was $177,232.