Working side by side, Lodi High School science teachers Jud Atwater and Melissa Turner carefully insert Petri dishes under their respective microscopes. With gloved hands, they slowly move the dishes, freshly out of an incubator, to look for the distinctive purple spot that would indicate th…
Citing family health issues and a need to re-evaluate his time on the job, San Joaquin County Superintendent of Schools James Mousalimas announced his impending retirement this week.
Many members of the Lodi Unified School District Board of Education on Tuesday night said while they support a complete return to campus as soon as possible, rapidly changing statistics and information regarding COVID-19 are cause for concern.
In recent weeks, both parents and teachers have been asking the Lodi Unified School District to reveal a safety protocol plan that will ensure staff and students will face no exposure to COVID-19 when they return to campus later in the academic year.
Lodi Unified School District students will be returning to class in a phased approach, but a timeline has yet to be determined.
The symptoms of hunger pangs — abdominal pain, contractions in the stomach area, and a feeling of “emptiness” in the stomach — are symptoms many college students today are all too familiar with.
During a special meeting Tuesday night, the Lodi Unified School District Board of Education favored a phased-in return to in-person instruction, to begin in as little as two and a half weeks.
More than two decades ago, a faulty piece of equipment in the city’s wastewater treatment system prompted the creation of a public education program and citizen-run team to monitor pollution levels in the water.