Despite plans by Gov. Jerry Brown to spend roughly $1.6 billion more on education, local school officials this week remained only cautiously optimistic about their financial prospects.
The days appear numbered for Got Wheels!, Burbank's summer bus system for youth, after city officials this week proposed cutting the program.
It's been more than 20 years since the Burbank Unified School District dropped instrumental music programs in its elementary schools in order to deal with budget cuts.
Look no further than John Burroughs High School to find the national grand champions of all high school choirs in the United States.
Fifteen students remain on a waiting
Glendale High Associate Principal Mike Bertram will leave the Nitros this summer to become Burbank High School’s new principal.
Dave Kemp, a 10-year Burbank Unified school board member, was chosen by his peers to be president Thursday at the annual reorganization meeting.
Burbank school officials unveiled a proposal Thursday that would, in part, expand high-speed Internet service throughout district schools by 2017.
As Burbank Unified gears up to spend the first of its $110-million bond, school officials have started prioritizing a to-do list of facility improvement projects.
A construction consultant, a former school board candidate and the city treasurer are among nine people who were appointed to a committee Thursday night to oversee the spending of a $110-million bond school bond approved by voters in March.
A McKinley Elementary teacher has been placed on administrative leave after a third-grade student reported that the teacher helped a class answer questions on state standardized tests this week.
A 16-year-old male student who allegedly threatened another student on Twitter while referring to past school shootings was arrested Tuesday, Burbank police said.
Charlene Tabet, who benefited mightily from outside spending in the Burbank Unified school board race, handily won a seat Tuesday, joining incumbent Larry Applebaum as the two top vote-getters.
The Archdiocese of Los Angeles has pledged to continue supporting Bellarmine-Jefferson High School despite declining enrollment and recent announcements that the school’s principal and athletic director will step down this year.
Two men were charged with petty theft Friday for allegedly stealing election lawn signs belonging to Burbank Unified school board candidate Charlene Tabet, officials said.
School officials have launched a new discussion over drafting a comprehensive plan to improve and maintain the district's facilities in the wake of the $110-million Measure S bond being passed.
It took them eight months, but students at Luther Burbank Middle School have successfully restored a once-dilapidated 1979 Volkswagen convertible Beetle into “The Luther Mobile” for its debut Saturday at Burbank on Parade.
The four candidates running for Burbank Unified school board outline why they're the best choice.
After spending 10 years at Burbank High School, Principal Hani Youssef will leave his post to become director of safety and student services for Burbank Unified.
The city has received roughly 4,000 ballots for the April 9 election since they were mailed out about two weeks ago, but candidates are still in campaign mode, continuing to expand their war chests in the final weeks before the election, recent filings show.
In the course of reporting a story about Michelle Rhee, the controversial former District of Columbia chancellor seeking to take her...
A volunteer working for Steve Ferguson’s campaign for a seat on the Burbank Unified school board was fined $950 after pleading no contest this week to charges that he stole signs belonging to a rival candidate, officials said.
Steve Ferguson, David Dobson, Larry Applebaum and Charlene Tabet are the four remaining candidates.
If voters elect 24-year-old Steve Ferguson to the Burbank Unified school board on April 9, it's widely believed that not only would he be the youngest elected official in the city's history, but the first openly gay man to hold public office in the city.