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Burbank Arts & Education Foundation Announces BUSD Grants to BUSD

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The Foundation is delighted to approve BUSD funding of up to $20,000 to provide class sets of ukuleles to the seven elementary schools

DEI Update Highlights School Board Meeting

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Several important matters were discussed at the most recent school board meeting.

Burroughs Drama Presents “Shakespeare In Love”

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The John Burroughs High School Drama Department presents its final production of the 2021-22 season, Shakespeare In Love, for three performances Friday, Saturday and...

Burbank School Board Votes Yes For Developer Fee Justification Study

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Fees are now $4.79 per square foot for new residential development and $.078 per square foot for new commercial/industrial construction

Muir Middle School Holds All-Day Mental Health Event

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"Mental health is important all the time for our kids, even during good times our kids struggle with anxiety,'' said Dr. Greg Miller, Muir's principal.

Honorary Service Awards Handed Out To Volunteers

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This past Saturday, the 72nd Annual Burbank Council PTA Honorary Service Awards were handed out in front of Muir Middle School.

Burbank High Student Granted Warner Bros. Animation/Hanna-Barbera Honorship

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Ruslana Yakovenko is a graduating senior at Burbank High School and was recently awarded the 2022 Warner Bros. Animation/ Hanna-Barbera Honorship. In her four years attending the Burbank High School Animation Program she has engaged with visiting speakers, attended trips to studios and workshops, and participated in after school Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses through Burbank Unified School District.

Washington Elementary Highlights Autism Acceptance Month

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Staff and students at George Washington Elementary School are highlighting Autism Acceptance Month during April, along with Burbank Unified School District and schools around...

Edison Students Create a Living Painting with Art for the Sky

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On Wednesday, April 13th, Edison elementary participated in “Art for the Sky” a giant living painting made by the entire 500 count student body and some staff on the grass. The activity was part of a three day art/STEM experience presented by aerial artist and educator, Daniel Dancer, in which the students crowded together into a 80x60 ft lightbulb outline, in honor of their school.

UPDATED: COVID Outbreak at Burroughs May Trace Back to New York Field Trip

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Last week choir members traveled to New York for a contest and reportedly many of the students have now tested positive for Covid

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In Burbank, it may be easier to buy a weapons of war than to find baby formula with 14 Firearm Dealers within a five mile radius

Burbank Police Log: May 9 – May 15

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The Burbank police department keeps the city safe and secure.

Gap In Learning, Academic Growth And Support Discussed At School Board Meeting

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Dr. Robert Andrews spoke about the Gap in Learning, Academic Growth and Support at latest school board meeting.