Students from the Manteca Unified School ag program spent the last week at the San Joaquin County Fair showing everything from rabbits and steers to pigs and turkeys.
Manteca Unified School District was well represented in the winner's circle at the San Joaquin County Fair that ended Sunday.
Copies of Manteca Unified's final budget are available at the district office.
In recent months, the Sierra High track has serviced the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life, Manteca Convention & Visitors Bureau's Manteca Senior Games, and the MUST events, to name a few.
Manteca Unified could soon welcome the District School Farm.
WESTON RANCH – August Knodt School held its 15th annual commencement exercises Thursday, celebrating the promotion of some 122 eighth-grade students.
San Joaquin County Superintendent of Schools Fredrick A. Wentworth announced Wednesday he will be retiring from his post after nearly 20 years at the helm.
WESTON RANCH – Mark McCuin, who was one of four salutatorians at George Komure School's eighth-grade promotion event on Wednesday, greatly respects his teachers and others.
The Weston Ranch High Class of 2009 includes:
It wasn't too long ago that the Manteca Educators Association, as a cost-cutting move for Manteca Unified's budget shortfall for the upcoming year, agreed to a 1.8 percent reduction in salaries coupled with three furlough days.
Credit a love of woodshop with starting Howard Holtsman on a journey that ended up spending the past 18 years helping put together an adult education and vocational training program that has earned numerous recognition for its effectiveness.
The Give Every Child A Chance (GECAC) in partnership with Lindbergh Education Center is offering a Computer Assisted Instructional Tutoring (CAIT) program.
The Manteca Adult School Class of 2009 at Lindbergh Educational Center earned their diplomas that were presented recently.
With the June 30 deadline approaching, the Manteca Unified school board will look to adopt the budget for the 2009-10 school year at Tuesday's meeting.
Manteca Unified's transportation plan for next year has the potential to be fair for some and unfair to others.
Eighth-grade students at Stella Brockman School bid adieu Wednesday.
Manteca Unified Board of Trustee Michael Seelye was very impressed.