High school doesn't have to be that hard. Sure there's the small matter of math, science, English, any one of a number of foreign language classes as well as the dreaded physical education. But as anybody who saw East Union High School's Playbox Theater's Presentation of "How to Succeed in High School Without Really Trying" Thursday night can attest, there are all sorts of ways that one can cut corners to make the four years ...
Two sisters with college degrees in education are working to help Manteca area children through their Valley Dyslexia Services.
Eighth-grade students at Stella Brockman School came close to getting it right at last Tuesday's general Election.
LATHROP – Justin Barber and Elizabeth Terra made it a first-place sweep for Lathrop Elementary School at Thursday's Manteca Unified School District Spelling Bee.
Brice Ellis meticulously arranged the miniature barns, cattle, fences, and loading trucks on the display table of the San Joaquin/Stanislaus Cattlewomen under the canopy of an almond tree.
Shasta School fourth grader Gabby Curutchet was jazzed. "I feel excited!" she said, a little out of breath but excited, after doing the hula-hoop on stage inside the school gym. She was one of the few lucky students who were picked by members of the Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre Program who was at the school Wednesday morning to officially kick-off the 2012-13 Exercise Across California Program. Shasta School was one of the 15 participating schools ...
RIPON – Leo Zuber fundraised slightly over $8,600 in his quest for a seat on the Ripon City Council.
FRENCH CAMP - Beginning today, San Joaquin County Office of Education and Migrant Education Region 23 will be one of the first Migrant Education programs in the state to implement an iPad-based reading initiative.
LATHROP – The effort put forth by Brandon Bonalos may not quite be super human.
STOCKTON - The Delta Center for the Arts LH Horton Jr. Gallery presents the third annual Photography Exhibition and Awards Competition: Street Photography, Nov. 15 to Dec. 14.
Fourth grade students of Shasta School and their families will kick-off the 2012/13 Exercise Across California Program in the campus multi-purpose room, 751 E. Edison St., from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 7.
STOCKTON - Delta College officially dedicates the Leo P. Burke Veteran Resource Center on Saturday, Nov. 10, 10 a.m. at the DeRicco Student Services Building.
It was a celebration of the life of a very important person – a friend to every student. A person who year after year acted as a loving, caring grandma to students young and old out on the playground and in the cafeteria.
Students and their families came out in strong numbers to attend fall events at Brock Elliott School and Stella Brockman School on Tuesday.
The election a week from today has a $10 million immediate consequence for Manteca Unified School District.
The pristine MUVA Culinary Arts Academy opened its doors to curious juniors from area high schools Tuesday morning with student chefs proudly showing them their accomplishments in their stainless steel kitchen, classroom and small café that will soon be open to the public.
What to do with the empty Lindbergh School building, the brick facility that used to house the Manteca Adult School, some of Manteca Unified ROP classes and other programs, is an issue that will be rehashed for the next several months and, perhaps, for the next few years by the district Board of Education.
When William Hollingsworth gets together with his friends, they do the same things normal high school kids do.
Severely deteriorating pavements at two high school and one elementary school campuses in the Manteca Unified School District are presenting health and safety risks.
Alex Orr, Sierra High School's Class of 2013 valedictorian, has his heart set on a career in the music industry. To get there, he plans to pursue a degree in applied computer science at the University of California, San Diego where he will start his college studies in the fall.
Samantha Shepard's ceramic "Autism Awareness" won Best in Category at the 2013 Manteca Unified School District's Best of the Best Art Show and Sale.
MODESTO – Raul Mora lacks any formal training and admits to having two left feet.
The "Every 15 Minutes" scenario depicting the consequences of drinking and driving, as it relates to high school graduations, played out once again as a stark warning in the Manteca High School athletic field before the upper class students of four area schools.
When it comes to art, Madeleine Romero is as sharp as a tack.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints invites the community to attend the Crystal Apple Awards on Friday, May 3, at 7 p.m. at the Northland Chapel, 6060 Northland Ave., in Manteca. The event will recognize and honor the outstanding educators in the various high schools in Ripon, Tracy and Manteca.