RIPON - A beloved 30-year Ripon High performing arts teacher is fighting for her job after refusing to comply with district orders to obtain certification needed to prove she can teach Spanish-speaking students who are learning English.
Students from Lathrop Elementary School will be recognized for their efforts as published writers at Tuesday's Manteca Unified school board meeting.
RIPON – Some have been classmates for the past 13 years,
The following are eighth graders promoted to high school at Manteca Unified's Widmer and Golden West elementary schools.
TURLOCK – Medical school is just around the corner for the youngest graduate among the 2,345 students eligible to participate in commencement ceremonies at California State University, Stanislaus today.
RIPON - The following are eighth graders at Ripon and Ripona schools in the Ripon Unified School District that have graduated.
The following are eighth graders at Manteca Unified's Stella Brockman, Shasta and Woodward schools that earned promotion to high school.
The following are Neil Hafley and Lathrop elementary school students who were promoted to high school after successfully completing their studies.
Calla High School has graduated its Class of 2010.
RIPON - The following are among the eighth graders who were promoted last week to high school at Ripon Unified School District elementary campuses.
The memo about being done with high school after Friday's graduation ceremony apparently never circulated the halls of Manteca High.
RIPON - Nearly 190 high school graduates were presented their diplomas Friday night in Ripon High's Stouffer football field with stands packed with families and friends.
WESTON RANCH – By definition, a commencement is a beginning.
No Plan B or Plan C was necessary.
Sierra High School's valedictorian Lauren Morowit walked through the wisdom of the ages to summarize the five most important life lessons she has learned thus far.
If you graduated from Manteca High School after 1958, you are too young for this class reunion.
•Sierra student cheer section largest in years
Get ready for smaller class sizes and teacher shortages in Manteca Unified schools.
Eight seniors from four high schools in Manteca Unified are the recipients of scholarships this year from the Federated Women's Club. They will be presented with the awards on Wednesday, March 18, during the annual scholarship-presentation luncheon in honor of the students who are being honored this year at Prestige Senior Living in Manteca.
Returning to the California Spelling Bee competition for the second year in a row is Sierra High School freshman James Quiaoit. This time, he will be competing in the California State Junior High Spelling Bee.
Manteca High School's Academic Decathlon Team is heading to the state competitions next week after capturing the top award in San Joaquin County earlier this month.
Students in Manteca Unified have a better chance of graduating high school than their counterparts elsewhere in San Joaquin County, California, and the nation.
After a series of bad news and setbacks, Manteca Unified Special Ed teacher Leo Bennett-Cauchon who has been fighting for his reinstatement on the job for more than a month now has a bit of good news going his way.
Manteca Unified School District serves more than 23,000 students from age 3 to 22. Out of that number are some 2,800 students enrolled in the district's Special Education program.
Geoffrey Lum-Perez is an award-winning artist. Some of his unique drawings have also been used to illustrate a calendar.
Every parent with a special-needs child faces a multitude of challenges. Sharon Anaya knows them all, and more.
Aubrey Mach is a teacher to special kids. But she would be the first to say she is learning just as much as she is teaching them.
New Haven Elementary teacher Shelley Dini's Peer Resource students have just completed a school-wide fund-raising project which raised more than $3,000 for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. She is distinctly proud, not just of the 13 in Peer Resource but of the entire student body who stepped up to the plate and support a worthy course.
By DENNIS WYATT
As of Thursday, New Haven Elementary School has raised nearly $3,000 for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. The last chance for donors to help the students and faculty reach their goal of $4,000 is today during school hours.