One in 88 children will be diagnosed with autism. For boys, that number drops down to one in 54. And whether it's a better understanding of the autism spectrum, how to properly recognize and diagnose the disorder or environmental factors that are leading organizations like the Center for Disease Control and Prevention to reexamine its numbers – or a combination of the three – the ratios certainly aren't sliding in the direction that experts would ...
With as little as a $5 donation, you can help send a middle school San Joaquin County of Education fifth and sixth grader to a memorable Outdoor Education experience, formerly known as Science Camp.
There are plenty of artistic things to see and hear, not to mention refreshments, tonight at Sierra High School.
Children have bonded with two Manteca Police officers that have been assigned to circulate among the 15 elementary schools in the district on a daily basis.
Neither rain nor gloomy gray skies on Thursday dampened the enthusiasm of the nearly 2,000 Manteca Unified sixth graders who attended the annual Planet Party Day at the Manteca Unified School District office campus on West Louise Avenue.
Band students from the Reynolds Secondary School in Canada can thank social media for Thursday's hookup in Manteca.
Charity begins at home, so the saying goes. It's also where lessons about being green begins, with those little steps serving as the beginning of long-range and lifelong energy-saving practices that will impact generations to come.
The new National Collegiate Athletic Association gym at the San Joaquin County Office of Education's Excel Academy on Arch Road north of Manteca had plenty of local ties.
LATHROP – It's being called the Spartan Arts Invasion. It's free and it's open to the public.
All that remains of the preschool playground at George McFall School is a small pile of twisted metal and a sprawling pile of plastic ash.
LATHROP – The hustle and bustle of the big city with small-time gamblers and band members of the Save-a-Soul Mission is the part of the opening scene for Lathrop High School Advance Theatre production, "Guys and Dolls."
Larry Lousen lives and plays in Southern California, but his work breaths life onto the campuses of local high schools.
Manteca High School tennis teams will be able to use the campus tennis courts again after the spring break.
Mary Ann Tolbert nearly had to call off this year's Medieval Day. She mentioned that possibility to her seventh-grade students at St. Anthony School only to be met by disappointment. "They really wanted to do it this year," said Tolbert, who said the exercise is part of the junior high curriculum for European Medieval history. Fortunately, Medieval Day went on as planned. As a culmination of their weeklong studies, the seventh-grade students, who were also ...
There will be one group of sixth graders that will not be riding the school bus to the annual Planet Party on Thursday, April 4, at the Manteca Unified Office campus.
Eighth grader Aubreyanna White enjoyed last year's Medieval Faire at Nile Garden School so much she came to the annual event on Friday wearing the same costume she wore last year when her class put on the show.
The Manteca Unified Board of Trustees on Tuesday night approved the allocation of $700,000 from Measure M funds to repair severely deteriorating pavements at East Union High School this summer.
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.