The following are members of the Manteca High's Class of 2013. Jesse Jake Acosta, Daniel Salvador Aguilar, Jovani Aguilar, Leslie Nohely Aguilar, Jesus Aguirre, Mariam Ali, Anthony Joseph Amarante, Zachariah Jordan Amen, Jacqueline Louise Amezquita, Alden Vic Apusen, Elijah Matthew Aragon, Edward Richard Gayton Aranda, Santos Eduardo Esquivel Aranda, Rachelle Angela Arciniega, Steven Anton Arnold, Anna Marie Arriola,Sarah Danielle Arrollo, Mirna Damaris Arteaga, Vanessa Arzate, Darryl Xavier L. Asuncion, Javier Avalos, Elizabeth Alexandra Avila, Irving ...
University of Central Oklahoma student Jason Robletto, a modern language major from Manteca, recently received the Liberal Arts Symposium Best Paper in Modern Languages Award from Central's College of Liberal Arts in recognition of academic excellence and outstanding service to the university.
A final field trip of the year took 30 first graders from St. Anthony's School on a two-hour fexursion to Doctors Hospital Manteca recently where they learned first-hand the inner workings of the medical facility.
WESTON RANCH – New Vision High School Principal Dr. Katie Peters' life story is the gist that best-selling books are made.
The following are Manteca Unified eighth graders who have been promoted to high school: Golden West School Aileen Aleman, Nikko Anaya, Antonio Anaya, Joseph Borello, Miguel Bruen Perez, Pedro Castillo, Yesenia Chaidez, Joseph Da Silva, Karla De La Cueva, Andrew Deleon, Sidney Dickerson, Amanda Ferguson, Stephanie Flores Herrera, Steve Gomez, Deangelo Gonsalves, Diego Gonzalez, Destinybless Gurrola Flores, Damian Gutierrez, Kaela Hall, Kamani Harris, Angel Ibanez Soria, Stephen Jackson, Gabriel Johnson, Madysen Keener, Bethany Lamb, Ezra ...
LATHROP - The following are awards and scholarships were presented to graduating Lathrop High seniors:
Jaclyn Mcallaster of Sierra High School is among the 16 recipients of the 10th Congressional District of California 2013 Merit Award for high seniors in Stanislaus and southern San Joaquin County.
The following are eighth graders in the Manteca Unified School District that were promoted last week to high school.
LATHROP – Lisa Lee has a dream. The Lathrop High School's Class of 2013 salutatorian would like to see the day when diabetes will no longer be a scourge to those who have the disease.
The following are students who were among the eighth graders promoted to high school at various Manteca Unified School District campuses.
Sierra High School Class of 2013 salutatorian Rajbir Singh Sooch described high school graduation as the "entrance into the real world."
The past year at Lathrop High represented plenty of first-time achievements. For seniors, they finally "broke the curse," according to class President Aleena Aguirre. By that, she meant her senior class not only captured the powder-puff game during homecoming week but also boasted the first-place float. For Principal Mike Horwood, he relished Friday's commencement exercises at Benny Gatto Field. "This is my first graduating class of Spartans," he said at the special event recognizing some ...
Julia Vigallon shared a quote from Dr. Seuss at Tuesday's eighth-grade promotion event at Golden West School.
About 79 eighth-grade students at Sequoia School are en route to high school. They were promoted at the annual commencement exercises held Tuesday evening. Leading the way were valedictorians Jordan Hensley and Stephanie Monarrez. Both earned a share of the top academic honor by maintaining a 4.0 grade point average during the past two years. Others earning high marks were Jasmin Basurio, Rut Centeno, Nicholas Curtright, and Daisy Gonzalez Gutierrez. All four had 4.0 GPAs ...
Manteca High's co-Valedictorian Derek Benson delivered a speech that could have given professional speechwriters competition Thursday night.
Forty Manteca Unified School District bus drivers will take a day off from their fall break vacation to learn what they need to do in the event of a hijacking or shooting incident while on the job.
You know Halloween is around the corner when the bright orange gourds appear on the grassy lawn in front of Nile Garden School.
In time, the crepe myrtle plunged into the ground at Lincoln Elementary School will bloom beautiful pink flowers.
Tesoro 8 plus Union Ranch 9 equals Tara 17.
River Islands Technology Academy is no ordinary school.