Our network

The Campus nearly ready to open

The Campus nearly ready to open

STOCKTON — Stockton’s new childcare center, The Campus, is close to opening in downtown Stockton. The community was invited to tour the center Monday evening.

When The Campus opens Aug. 12, it will be equipped to serve 65 children between the ages of 18 months to 4 years.

The Campus is the brainchild of Megan Cort, wife of developer Zac Cort, who is seeking to breathe new life into downtown Stockton with housing and commercial development. The Campus is located in the renovated Newberry Building at 123 North Sutter St... Read More

Community Sponsors

For All Your Septic Needs!
Combining the Best of East & West in the Art & Science of Healing

Delta College Citizens’ Oversight Committee 2013/14 Annual Report

Delta College Citizens’ Oversight Committee 2013/14 Annual Report

Delta College’s Citizens’ Oversight Committee (COC) has released its Measure L Bond 2013/14 Annual Report. The COC is responsible for reviewing expenditures related to the College’s
$250-million Measure L general obligation bond, which was approved by voters on March 2, 2004.

The Citizens’ Oversight Committee consists of at least nine members. Committee members must reside in the San Joaquin Delta Community College District, be 18 years or older, and may not be an employee, vendor, contractor or consultant for the District.

Committee responsibilities include: reviewing quarterly expenditure reports produced by the District; informing the public concerning the District’s expenditure of bond proceeds, and presenting an annual report to the Board of Trustees.

San Joaquin Delta College's Summer Session Late Starting Classes!

San Joaquin Delta College's Summer Session Late Starting Classes!

Summer Session Late Starting Classes!

Check out San Joaquin Delta College's list of Summer Session late starting classes. Classes are offered in a variety of disciplines, June 20 thru August 3. Classes include: General Ed, Career & Technical Ed, P.E., and more!

Late Starting (PDF) - http://bit.ly/SumLateStarting
Online Registration - http://bit.ly/1EpGGTR

Community Sponsors

Combining the Best of East & West in the Art & Science of Healing
For All Your Septic Needs!

Poll shows correlation between income, Internet access

Poll shows correlation between income, Internet access

STOCKTON – A new Field Poll performed for the California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) showed that 79 percent of California households have a home broadband Internet connection. That was up slightly from 75 percent in the same poll last year... Read More

Funneling customers from start to finish

Funneling customers from start to finish

That darn Internet changed everything.  It not only changed where people go to shop, but more importantly how customers make purchasing decisions.

According to the Corporate Executive Board Marketing Leadership Council, the average B2B customer has already gone through 60 percent of the purchase decision-making process before engaging a sales representative.

Gone are the days of an uninformed consumer.  With readily available information at consumers’ fingertips, leads are actively qualifying vendors and comparing products before they’re on your radar. That’s why the role of marketing and your digital brand is increasingly becoming a more integral part of the sales process.

As such, it’s vital for sales departments and the cool guys in marketing to not just co-exist, but to gain alignment in messaging, tactics and process.

Choose your funnel... Read More

Tracy science teacher named San Joaquin County’s teacher of the year

Tracy science teacher named San Joaquin County’s teacher of the year

Middle school science teacher, Cassandra deWood, of Tom Hawkins Elementary School in Tracy, has been named the 2015-16 San Joaquin County Teacher of the Year, according to the San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE).

She received her award at Thursday night’s Fifth Annual San Joaquin County Classified Employee and Teacher of the  Year Awards Celebration Dinner.

DeWood also received $1,000 from Premier Community Credit Union.

SJCOE said in a press release that deWood received the award because she “sets a high bar for her students and does everything she can to make sure they have what they need to reach those lofty educational goals.”

“Ms. deWood is synonymous with excellence in science education,” said Tom Hawkins Elementary School Principal Christina Orsi.

 ... Read More