Seventh-grade students at Muir Middle School spent a day immersed in Medieval times cultures.
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Students in Burbank observed the one-month anniversary of the Parkland, FL, school shooting, which took the lives of 17 people. Some older students marched and called for stronger gun laws, others remained silent for 17 minutes in remembrance and younger students talked about peace building and anti-bullying efforts.
Luther Burbank Middle School is up for a $25,000 grant and needs your help
Four experts from the music industry talked about "The Business of Music" at a recent forum with Burbank students and community members.
On March 3, students from Providencia Elementary, Brett Hart Elementary, Jordan Middle School, and Burbank High School installed interactive murals on the third level of the Burbank Town Center.
Twenty fifth-grade students from Bret Harte and Thomas Edison Elementary Schools participated in the mentoring activity, beginning a program that will help them craft a story into a script for performance by professional actors.
The Dairy Council of California sent a milk cow and a calf for a hands-on educational program at McKinley Elementary school.
Have you seen the colorful music notes popping up on lawns around town? They support BUSD Arts For All's Music Is Instrumental campaign to fix and buy musical instruments for all secondary schools.
“Can’t Stop the Feeling” Pop Show 39 pulled out all the stops and blew away Friday night’s packed Burroughs Auditorium audience.
Students and staff at Miller Elementary spent the day in pajamas and listened to stories read by people from the Burbank community.
Community efforts help Burbank Unified raise funds to buy new instruments and repair damaged ones for each of the District's middle and high school Instrumental Music programs.