The number of candidates for the position of San Joaquin County Office of Education superintendent continues to grow.
LATHROP – If it were a business, the City of Lathrop would have one sharp-looking logo.
What's in a simple bracelet with a singular and minimalist message?
It was one simple flip of a switch, but it marked a giant leap in solar technology for Manteca Unified School District.
LATHROP – Breonna Henry doesn't really play football.
What's in a name?
MODESTO – The Modesto Area Partners in Science (MAPS) will offer a presentation by Mark Nechodom, Ph.D., speaking on the topic of "Hydraulic Fracturing in California" on Friday, Sept. 27, at 7:30 p.m. in the Mary Stuart Rogers Student Center on Modesto Junior College's West Campus, 2201 Blue Gum Avenue. Event admission and parking are free and open to the public.
Manuel Barajas attended three years of high school at Sierra High. During his senior year, his family moved to Ripon and finished his senior year at Ripon High where he graduated.
Torrey Mercer made a confession. The 20-year-old said she was bullied for 13 years.
Stella Brockman School is hosting the St. Jude's Children's Hospital Carnival on Thursday, Sept. 18.
STOCKTON - San Joaquin County Office of Education recently announced its policy for providing free and reduced price meals for children served under the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program.
The bell rang, but Jose Zamarripa was ignoring it.
Joshua Cowell Elementary School's anti-bullying stance is getting a boost on Monday, Sept. 9.
Krystal Meza is this year's student body president at Golden West School.
Stella Brockman Elementary eighth grader James Quiaoit is making history for Manteca Unified School District this year. He will be representing the district at the State Spelling Bee on May 3.
Manteca High had a strong showing in the 33rd annual San Joaquin County Academic Decathlon, finishing second overall during the weekend competition held at the University of the Pacific and Scottish Rite Auditorium.
At many school sites in the Manteca Unified School District, classrooms can't access educational materials online because they don't have adequate Internet connection.
It was a treat that went beyond just desserts. The palate-pleasing sweet concoctions were a sure hit among the visitors, but the be.tech campus open house Thursday evening was a big eye opener as well.
Dinner was served for the first time this week at Sequoia School during the Give Every Child a Chance's Afterschool Program.
Two-dozen Sierra High School students could be experiencing a life-changing two-week experience during the summer of 2015 in the Peruvian Amazon.
The dozen or so teachers at St. Anthony of Padua School headed by Principal Mary Lou Hoffman are all certificated. That means they have the option, and could have chosen, to teach at any public school and perhaps reap more in benefits in the process.
Safety first isn't a slogan for many parents who pick up their children at the end of class at Manteca's 14 elementary schools.
The Manteca Unified School District gave up two smaller properties that were obtained for elementary school sites.
St. Anthony of Padua School in Manteca is taking part in the annual observance of National Schools Week.
The time to plan is before something happens – not after.
An orientation on public safety will take place Thursday, Jan. 23, at Manteca Unified School District.
Cursive writing – researchers contend - stimulates the brain.
Nearly a thousand students at Woodward Elementary School learned important lessons on Friday about heroes – what it means to be a hero, who are the heroes in their everyday life, and what it takes to be one.
Be.tech, Manteca Unified's vocational charter school, will hold an open house Jan. 30 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The event is in conjunction with the national observance of School Choice Week 2014.