Manteca Unified's mid-year cut package as proposed by Acting Superintendent Jason Messer could put a damper on transportation.
RIPON - Residents concerned about Ripon Unified's pending budget cuts will get a chance to learn more about what they may be in store for over the course of the next year.
If you want to find out more about the proposed $14 million in Manteca Unified School District budget cuts that are targeted to go into place July 1, you'll have two opportunities this week.
Lorie Hoffman will miss a few days of schools.
Sequoia School has released its first trimester honor roll.
Allie Burrows-Guzman was anxious to get to school.
Sacramento's failure to stop the current state budget hemorrhaging means Manteca Unified must now cut $9.5 million for the current school year on top of $14 million in cuts being made for the school year starting July 1.
The search is on for the position of superintendent at the Manteca Unified School District.
Sierra High and the new Lathrop High will continue block scheduling.
McParland School honored its outstanding students for the first trimester as part of their Character Café awards.
Science camp transportation - a $34,760 expenditure - could be in jeopardy.
Along with the proposed Level II budget cuts, Manteca Unified's board of trustees will recognize winners of the recent Spelling Bee tonight.
RIPON - Fifteen Ripon elementary school students are going to the inauguration of President Barack Obama in Washington, D.C.
RIPON – Facing more than $1 million in mid-year budget cuts with another $500,000 expected for the next school year, Ripon Unified is now facing some tough decisions.
The deepening state budget crisis is going to make it difficult - if not impossible – for Manteca Unified School District to meet payroll and pay other bills through June 30.
Friends in need are friends indeed.
Anyssa Ayala and Alondra Basulto were the first ones up to if their chicken egg could stay intact in one piece from a two-story fall.
There are teachers, and then there are teachers like Larry Grimes, Science Department chair at Sierra High School where he has been a member of the faculty for the last 15 years.
When people hear about what Larry Grimes do for a living, they cringe.
Larry Grimes' colleagues and students at Sierra High School are familiar with a lot of things about the 2014 Cortopassi Family Foundation Excellence in Science Teaching awardee.