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.
Music is a universal language.
Smile, you're on Manteca High School's Internet video. Or you could be in one of the episodes on the school's YouTube Channel, MHS Buff TV.
East meets west; China meets USA.
The problem of bullying was high on the must-be-proactive radar for Manteca Unified elementary and high school campuses in 2013. At least two campuses brought in popular anti-bullying personalities to present educational programs for students and parents, as well as school staff, to heighten everyone's awareness on the dangers of bullying and ways to deal with it or completely eradicate it.
The year 2013 was full of historical highlights for many in the Manteca Unified School District.
The Manteca Unified School District has announced the selection of Walter Woodward Elementary School to participate in the second year of Middle School Matters (MSM) Institute. This second round of schools expands the program to 16 schools, spanning four states, including California, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Texas.
The Manteca Unified Board of Trustees tonight will discuss and then consider approving the proposed 2014-2015 budget of $186,741,148. The discussion will include anticipated expenditures to the tune of $197,545,438.
Samantha Placeres of Manteca graduated with her Juris Doctor degree from Pepperdine University School of Law in a commencement ceremony held on May 16.
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.