The San Joaquin County Board of Education will decide today whether Great Valley Academy can open a branch charter school in Manteca.
Officer Angel Arceo, who is a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol, went through the steps of making a basic traffic stop.
Manteca Unified has redefined "fast food" and what it is like to eat cafeteria food.
FRENCH CAMP – The Multi-Purpose Building was a long time coming to French Camp School.
When does a kiss plus a pig equal big bucks?
RIPON –Ripon Unified officials are staying the course with their five-year Strategic Plan adopted in 2009.
RIPON – Trustees of the Ripon Unified School District will meet tonight to discuss the impact of the state budget.
RIPON – Matt Rhodes and Dominic Darretta carefully and methodically arranged the personal-sized tubes of toothpaste, lotions, shaving creams, tooth brushes, and other goodies inside the Priority Mail Postal Service box.
Andrew Griggs once sat in the very desks of his captive young audience Friday at Shasta School's Career Day.
Career Day is designed to plant the seed into youngsters to think about the future.
Jasmine White and Alexis Martinez were bound and determined to win the mock court case.
RIPON – Stephanie Hobbs is breaking out her running shoes.
Nearly 20 members of the Manteca High School Band have made the cut to be in the Manteca Unified School District's All-District Honor Band.
Manteca High School is gearing for the annual special Valentine's Day dance for special students in the Manteca Unified School District area as well as other places in San Joaquin County.
The second enrollment meeting for the Great Valley Academy Manteca will be held Thursday, Jan. 27, starting at 6 p.m. at The Place of Refuge (Assembly of God) church's Manteca Christian School.
Give Every Child a Chance (GECAC) is once again offering the Service Challenge Scholarship.
The Give Every Child a Chance (GECAC) Antone E. Raymus, 16th Annual Bowl-A-Thon takes place Saturday, Feb. 28.
Tammy Brecht Dunbar and Kristen Messer were selected by Microsoft as Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts (MIE Expert) for 2015 for their excellence in using technology to help students learn and achieve more. Microsoft stated they are "visionary educators who are paving the way for their peers to share ideas, try new approaches and learn from each other."