District News

Threat to Burbank High School Deemed “Nonviable”

A threat has been deemed nonviable by Burbank police that was made over the Snapchat App

State of the Schools Breakfast Coming February 21

Burbank Educational Foundation will host the annual State of the Schools breakfast with Burbank Unified School District on Wednesday, February 21, at The Castaway in Burbank

Burbank School Superintendent Comments on Florida School Shooting

"Many of us feel the frustration of what seems to be a hopeless epidemic of violence in our nation."

Burbank Schools Will Remain Open Thursday

Message from Superintendent Matt Hill

Arts for All Presents Grant Money to BUSD

Burbank Arts for All Foundation announces investments made in arts education

Rap Superhero Coming to Burbank Schools

Environmental Message Will Reach Hundreds of Students in Burbank

Burbank Unified School District Responds to Charlottesville

BUSD Board President Steve Ferguson and Superintendent Matt Hill send message out to students and the community

Burbank School District Announces New System to Screen All Visitors

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.

Muir Middle School Teacher Becomes Published Author

Bill Esparza, a Special Education Teacher at John Muir Middle School, recently had his book, L.A. Mexicano, published

Four Burbank Secondary Schools Earn Gold Ribbon Awards

California Gold Ribbon Schools Award was created to honor schools in place of the California Distinguished Schools Program

Burbank Schools Celebrate 90 Years with ‘State of the Schools’ Breakfast

Burbank Educational Foundation's first "State of the Schools" breakfast at The Castaway brought out Burbank's finest in both the present and future

Burbank Schools Statement Regarding Presidential Immigration Order

Superintendent Matt Hill of the Burbank Unified School District issues statement