Lodi High School Principal Bill Atterberry introduces two new teachers, Stephanie Davidson, left, and Alisa Mueller, during the New Teachers Reception on Thursday at the Amorosa Inn and Gardens. (Dan Evans/News-Sentinel)
Thursday, May 23, 2013 12:00 am
Jessica Hixson is both happy and sad to receive her diploma from Lodi High School as she plans to join the U.S. Army.
Thursday, September 23, 2004 10:00 pm
Lodi Unified School District officials welcomed its newest
teachers Thursday evening in an after-school reception at Amorosa
Inn and Gardens off Harney Lane.
Tuesday, August 31, 2004 10:00 pm
In response to recent publicity regarding Lodi High School, many
of us who work fervently to make Lodi High School an award-winning
school would like to let the taxpayers of Lodi know how their
dollars are being spent. Like any government-run agency, laws are
dictated. It is the job of the district office to legally follow
state guidelines, which are passed down to the individual school
sites. Site administrators, carefully interviewed and selected, are
then responsible for administering, delegating, diffusing,
motivating and much more, all within the constraints of a limited
budget and a diverse population of staff, parents and students.
Copious hours and complete dedication are usually not enough to
accomplish the numerous tasks demanded of today's principal.
Fortunately, Lodi High is led by Bill Atterberry.
Thursday, October 28, 2004 10:00 pm
Steven Boriack is a staunch Republican. He believes in cutting
taxes to stimulate the economy, supports the war in Iraq and thinks
the United States must improve its relationship other countries in
the coming years.
Wednesday, November 20, 2013 9:46 am
Hundreds and hundreds of nominations poured in for teachers this year! It was a pleasure hearing all of the special ways teachers are touching the lives of students in our community.
Wednesday, October 20, 2004 10:00 pm
With the presidential election just weeks away, politics are
everywhere. From the televised presidential and vice-presidential
debates, watched by people around the country, to the rallies, ads
and media coverage of the candidates, it is impossible to turn on
the television or pick up a newspaper without being reminded of
what's going to transpire on Nov. 2.
Friday, December 5, 2008 10:00 pm
Teenagers across the nation are cheating at an alarming rate,
and administrators at the local level are looking at ways to put a
stop to the problem.