Burbank Unified students and parents began the 2017-18 school year Monday and were welcomed by principals, staff and teachers and administrators.
BUSD Board President Steve Ferguson and Superintendent Matt Hill send message out to students and the community
Visitors will be asked to present a valid photo ID, which will be scanned into the system and will check the national database to identify sexual offenders.
The free concert includes young musicians from Providencia and McKinley Elementary Schools in a program of classical and jazz music performed by Colburn School students and recent graduates.
Burbank High Graduates use their football field after moving from the Starlight Bowl.
Seniors receive diplomas during graduation ceremonies held on Memorial Field Thursday evening
The Adult School Class of 2017 graduated Wednesday evening in the Luther Middle School Auditorium. There were speeches, scholarships were presented and all the Pomp & Circumstance those students deserved.
Jordan Advanced Art students contributed to the design and painting, collaborating with professional muralist Henry Goods, of the freshly completed mural "History of Burbank."
Bill Esparza, a Special Education Teacher at John Muir Middle School, recently had his book, L.A. Mexicano, published
The John Burroughs High School Drama Department presents Harper Lee's classic "To Kill A Mockingbird" Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Parents, students and staff at McKinley Elementary were joined by members of the larger Burbank community at the annual McKinley Community Fair.
More than 400 people came out to raise funds for arts education in Burbank public schools at the annual Party For The Arts.