Educators at Joaquin Miller Elementary School on Friday will dedicate their quad to the late Gail Copeland, a longtime Burbank educator who served as principal of the school for 19 years.
Within seven days, students at Providence High School helped raise $5,000 for victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
Burbank school officials are hopeful they will receive up to $3.3 million in state funds to spend over the next five years to make upgrades at school facilities to make them more energy efficient.
A well-known political analyst will lead a conversation in Burbank this Wednesday about how to find solutions for hyper-partisanship and political gridlock in the state and federal government as well as ways to improve voter engagement.
The nearly 700 students at Joaquin Miller Elementary have raised more than $2,700 for victims of Typhoon Haiyan that devastated the Philippine Islands last month, killing and displacing thousands.
The Burbank Unified School District plans to hire a consultant who will work to further implement its technological infrastructure.
A Burroughs High senior recently earned a top score on the ACT exam, accomplishing something that fewer than one-tenth of 1% of students who take the test typically achieve, according to ACT spokesperson Katie Wacker.
With new state funding available to schools through Gov. Jerry Brown's Local Control Funding Formula, Burbank Unified may hire additional staff to lower class sizes in math, science and English classes at its two high schools.
Woodbury University is collecting donations for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan, which ripped through the Philippines earlier this month, leaving nearly 4,000 people dead and 4 million displaced, said the university’s president, who has ties to the ravaged country.
The Burbank school board Thursday night voted to provide library assistants or clerks to all of the 11 elementary schools in the district.
At Burbank City Hall Wednesday night, aspiring legislators polled the public on potential bills to bring to Sacramento next year — but these policymakers had to finish their high-school homework first.
At McKinley Elementary School on Friday, children poured soil into new garden beds as they prepared to plant their first winter garden of broccoli, onions, sweet and bitter lettuce, cauliflower, herbs, peas and carrots.
Burbank educators and school officials expressed their frustration over the underfunded state education system which they say is partly to blame for high class sizes across the district.
A bench, featuring 800 hand-decorated butterflies made by students, teachers and administrators now adorns Thomas Jefferson Elementary, a tribute to the seven species of the brightly colored insects that flutter by the campus.
Burbank's elementary schools will no longer be able to rely on volunteers to work at libraries that lack a staff librarian, putting an already anemic system further into limbo.
A Burroughs High School science teacher who became one of seven semifinalists in the running to be named a 2014 California Teacher of the Year did not advance in the...
Burbank school officials are paving the way for students to become members of an equestrian league just in time for them to compete in a major horse competition at the Hansen Dam Equestrian Center on Sunday.
A hot-air balloon that floated above the grassy field at David Starr Jordan Middle School on Monday carried some special passengers — two teachers and three administrators — much to the amazement of the students dozens of feet below.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) is accepting applications for nominations to the United States military service academies.
Local parents and residents can have a cup of joe with Burbank Unified Supt. Jan Britz and discuss topics or ask her questions relating to Burbank schools at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the community room at the Buena Vista Library, 300 N. Buena Vista St.
Join Times Community News editor Dan Evans and reporter Daniel Siegal for a LIVE chat about the impact of Obamacare for individuals and businesses in Glendale and Burbank.
Elementary school students in Burbank will be coached by professional artists in a few months — some may gain experience that could lead to careers, others may simply grow from a nudge to come out of their shells.
Burbank school officials will consider implementing a new kindergarten program for the school district’s youngest five-year-olds.
Concerned about a persistent smell following the installation of a new roof at Jordan Middle School during the summer, officials moved a class out of one classroom and relocated 11 administrators and staff members from the campus’ main office while they try to determine its cause.