District News

State of the Schools Address Puts a Scary Reality Center Stage

Burbank Educational Foundation hosted the address Wednesday morning at The Castaway to a full house of educators and community leaders

myBurbank’s Position on Measure I: VOTE YES

Greg Simay spells out myBurbank's YES position on Measure I, the upcoming Parcel Tax for Burbank Schools. The time is NOW for action

myBurbank Does a Complete Breakdown of Measure I

myBurbank Analyst, Greg Simay, presents both sides of the upcoming ballot measure and separates fact from fantasy.

Burbank Police, School District Issue Statement on Threats

Threats at Burroughs have no substance and are not credible according to officials

School District Announces Next EdWalk

Burbank Board of Education President Roberta Reynolds will join another member of the board for their monthly EdWalk October 19

Walk and Bike to School Day is Wednesday

Motorists are encouraged to be on the lookout for an increased number of pedestrians and bicyclists this coming Wednesday

Burbank City Treasurer to Step Down to Take Position With Burbank School District

Longtime Treasurer to step down to take Assistant Superintendent of Administrative Services on August 1

myBurbank Recommends ‘YES’ Vote on Both Measures P & QS

Raising the parcel tax and sales tax and never great solutions but in this case the need is immediate and solutions are needed

Eight Burbank Schools to Receive “Young Sheldon STEM Initiative” Grants

The program was created to foster excitement for learning in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

Burbank Adult School Holds Graduation Ceremonies

The Burbank Unified School District announced the graduates from their Adult School program in 2018

School District / Teacher Contracts Talk Heating Up

The Burbank Teacher’s Association (BTA) is in the midst of negotiations with the BUSD and have made several efforts to make their case for an increase in wages

Burbank Unified Superintendent Matt Hill Reaffirms Commitment To District

BUSD Superintendent responds to speculation that he may leave for the top job in LAUSD.