On January 26th the Hope Conference Room at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center hosted students from the John Burroughs High School National Academy Foundation (NAF) Medical Academy. Over a dozen hospital leaders from different clinical areas met with the high school seniors in round table discussions, followed by department tours.
It’s an intense John Burroughs High School varsity softball game. Catcher, Rachel Little, is engaged in the game, watching the field where her teammates are ready and in position. Their cleats are pressed into the field’s dirt, mitts up and ready, waiting for Little to call the pitch and end the inning. In the stands are parents, classmates, and a 10-year-old girl named Skylar Celli-Recht, holding a handmade “Go #2 Rachel” sign and cheering on her favorite player.
Burbank Unified vocal and instrumental music students take the stage with their professional studio and orchestral musician mentors from Musicians at Play Foundation, for first live performance since the pandemic.
The John Burroughs High School Vocal Music Association presents the annual Pop Show Unplugged concert, with two performances on Saturday, January 21, at The...
The John Burroughs High School choir, dance and instrumental music programs present their annual Holiday Spectacular concert, themed "Together Again," on Friday, Saturday and...
John Muir Middle School welcomed visiting students from Japan at the annual Japan Day celebration held on Wednesday, November 9, with a kimono fashion...
BUSD's last meeting was short but very productive.
Check for $50,000 presented to the District at last night's School Board meeting. Grant will go towards the arts.
How much has been raised and spent so far in the Burbank election? We have the numbers for you as reported last week in candidate filings
er Burbank Middle School’s Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) committee has organized a Dia de los Muertos “Day of the Dead” ofrenda for students to honor those who have passed while celebrating the vibrant Mexican holiday. The ofrenda which means “offering” was set up on campus on October 24th and will continue to be on display through the end of the holiday on November 2nd.