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Burbank School District Looking for New Logo

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In celebration of their 90th Anniversary, BUSD is launching a Logo Design Contest

BUSD Chief Matt Hill Releases Statement After Election Wins

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After many California propositions were approved by voters, Burbank Unified School District Superintendent Matt Hill released the following statement

Burbank Unified School District Appoints IT Director

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The District has appointed Roberto Jurado as Director of Information Technology and Educational Support

School Board Approves Contract for Teachers

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School Board approves new contract for teachers that includes a 3% pay increase retroactive to July, 2015

Stevenson Teacher Sara Line Honored by Los Angeles County of Education

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Line was one of 16 in the County that were honored at luncheon

Burbank School District to Hold College Fair

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Last year’s event featured 120 colleges, universities, and trade and technical schools and an estimated 2,500 students and parents attended

Free and Reduced-Price Meals for Burbank Unified Students

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Burbank Unified School District is announcing its policy for providing free and reduced-price meals for children served under the National School Lunch Program

BUSD Appoints Assistant Superintendent of Facilities and Information Technology

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Rick Nolette has been serving as the Senior Program Manager for school district’s bond program

School District to Save $10 Million in Energy Costs

Burbank Unified School District Builds Sustainable Bond Relief and Saves $10 Million in Energy Costs

BUSD Awarded Career Technical Education Incentive Grant

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District is one of the first districts in California to be awarded a Career Technical Education Incentive Grant (CTEIG) by the California State Board of Education

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Pickwick Development Settles Lawsuit with City of Burbank

Project will still go through with changes to the plans, including six less units. A public hearing on the project will be held October 25

Slow Start Does Not Help Burroughs Boys Water Polo Team

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Low energy and slow beginning hurt the Bears in a Pacific League match against the Nitros.

City Clerk Question #1: City Clerk’s Role and Qualifications

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We told the candidates they could write as much as they wanted, and we did not edit their responses in any way