High School ASB Presidents and Student School Board Members gain insight at annual state education conference, along with BUSD officials.
The Burbank Arts and Education Foundation has set the IMPACT 2021 fundraising event for Burbank public schools for Friday evening, October 15, outdoors at...
Burbank public schools are planning for a return to in-person instruction and shared a wealth of information with students, parents, teachers and staff at a recent Q&A Session. District officials are currently gathering information on the numbers of students interested in continuing with distance learning or returning in a hybrid learning model, in order to better plan for a possible return.
Graduating seniors in the JBHS Class of 2020 culminated a week of senior awards and recognition with a virtual graduation ceremony on Thursday evening, May 21.
Burbank Teacher Rebecca Mieliwocki Chosen as Finalist for National Teacher of the Year
More than 200 students and community members rallied to support gun reform legislation at the Students Against Gun Violence event at John Burroughs High School. Congressman Adam Schiff and Assemblymember Laura Friedman also spoke at the event.
Beginning Monday, March 16, Providence High School will move its educational program online and implement its new Block Online Learning Days
Photo By Ross A. Benson With the Burroughs football field undergoing construction, seniors headed up the hill to the Starlight Bowl where...
It starts with students who are in elementary school and teaching them to deal with feelings of sadness or being out of control.
At Burbank Arts For All Foundation's Fall 2019 Community Exchange, BUSD Superintendent Matt Hill talked about the funding crisis the district is facing and Arts & CTE Coordinator Peggy Flynn highlighted three programs that have grown over the past decade: music, digital media and drama/musical theater.