Students in the drama, musical theater, vocal music, instrumental music and tech crew programs at Burroughs High School join forces for three performances of "West Side Story" on February 8, 9 and 10.
Members of the Burbank business community got an up close and personal experience at all Burbank Unified Schools as "Principal for a Day."
The $1000 grant supported games and activities at the elementary school's Family Math Night.
JBHS choir members performed their own arrangements of popular songs and originals in an intimate setting.
Burbank and Burroughs High School vocal and instrumental music students filled the Town Center mall atrium with a holiday flash mob, bringing attention to their upcoming benefit show and collecting toys for Burbank Police and Fire Department toy drives.
Stevenson Elementary students celebrated the holidays of Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Diwali and Chinese New Year with school-wide performances learned in their weekly dance classes.
The Miller Elementary Chorus held its annual Family Sing Along to celebrate the holiday season.
Fifth-graders at Joaquin Miller Elementary presented the twist on the fairy tale for their families and fellow students.
The miniature alpaca and the author of a book about the animal shared their story with the students of R.L. Stevenson Elementary School.
Special guest USC's Traveler the horse visited the elementary school children as part of the annual festivities.
The scientists presented short talks on exploring space and helped with hands-on STEM activities with the goal of sparking interest in science and technology for students in grades 6 - 8.
Students at Burroughs High School present three performances of the play, based on the folk song "Barbara Allen."
The cast of the hit TV show "Young Sheldon" made a formal grant presentation to the Burbank Unified School District for the Young Sheldon STEM Initiative grant benefiting eight BUSD schools.