Welcome to the Frederick H. Arucan Administration Building. That will be greeting welcoming visitors to the Sierra High School Administration Office.
The Manteca Unified Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing tonight regarding the possible adoption of a plan to raise school facilities fees to meet the expected student-growth impacts in the next 20 years.
Poonan Dehal once got into trouble for taking a 'selfie' in class.
Storm Anderson and Hannah Goe will lead the way in Sierra High Advanced Theater's "Footloose."
Charles Garcia has a tough decision to make.
MODESTO - Modesto Junior College will honor Bunreth Sok as the Disability Services Student of the Year during the 2014 Disability Services Graduation Celebration.
It was a deadly creation – a Plague Bird Mask. But it was this gloomy inspiration which earned Madison Hoffman her best achievement this school year – as in Best of Show.
Children and parents of the Lions & Lambs Preschool joined together for the school's first fun field day Monday on the turf of the Calvary Community Church on Lathrop Road.
An unscheduled emergency "lockdown" drill went perfectly early Monday afternoon at Joshua Cowell School, according to safety personnel and Principal Bonnie Bennett.
Isabella Garcia-Mendez was just elected as the Region 1 Vice President State Officer at the Cal-Health Occupation Students of America State Leadership Conference in Anaheim.
Sometimes your art contest entry ends up on a poster.
The champ is staggered and in search of a 12th round knockout.
Breeaunna Lynn had five of her ceramic works on display at Wednesday's Evening of the Arts.
April showers will bring May flowers. But to guarantee there will be flowers in bloom next month, you will need to plant those blooming varieties now.
MODESTO - The Modesto Area Partners in Science (MAPS) will offer a presentation entitled "Art Inspired by Science and Mathematics" by Carlo H. Séquin, Ph.D., of the University of California, Berkeley on Friday, April 11, at 7:30 p.m. in Sierra Hall 132 on the Modesto Junior College West Campus.
Last week's eighth-grade promotion exercises were a time to remember for 126 students at Walter Woodward School.
East Union High School is living up to its slogan: Lancers lead while others follow.
The following are eighth grade graduates from Lincoln, Lathrop, McParland and New Haven Schools:
Seventy-six students from Veritas School received their eighth-grade promotion certificates last Wednesday.
Eighty-four students at Shasta School received their promotion certificates last Tuesday.
With none of the three candidates for San Joaquin County Office of Education superintendent showing a clear run-away winner as of close to midnight on election day, it appears there will be a run-off election in November between James Mousalimas and Jeff Tilton.
School may be out for the summer, but that won't stop the learning experience for students at Lincoln Elementary School.
For the fifth year in a row, Manteca Unified School District will observe a two-week summer shutdown. That means the district office will be closed to the public for the duration from June 30 to July 11.
The Weston Ranch High Class of 2014 may have been overshadowed by the previous classes.
Sierra High School conducted its Class of 2014 Awards Night last month.
Mikayla Coburn and Andrea Ledesma Franco were recognized as the top academic students at Sequoia School at last week's eighth-grade promotion event.
Sixty-one students at Nile Garden School will be moving on to high school.
Knowing people by name is not an easy feat. The challenge becomes even much more daunting and difficult when there are 1,700 names on the list.
How do you stop a man who won't quit?
Poonam Dehal knows that growth happens.