As the Burbank school district prepares to begin a new school year next month under new leadership with Supt. Matt Hill, a renewed emphasis is being placed on addressing the mental health of students.
A former Burbank High School varsity girls volleyball coach pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges that he had a sexual relationship with a former student five years ago and solicited nude photos from players this year, officials said.
As the Burbank Unified School District gears up for a new school year next month, school officials estimate they will receive $146.5 million in revenue and spend $135.6 million this fiscal year, leaving them a balance close to $11 million -— a positive sign that the days of deficit spending...
The reflective metallic “proximity gear” that Bob Hope Airport firefighters wear to protect them from the heat of aircraft makes them look like “a big baked potato,” Capt. Chad Peterson told a group of teens and preteens Thursday at the airfield’s fire station.
A Burbank High School varsity girls volleyball coach accused of having a sexual relationship with a former student and soliciting nude photos from players was charged on Friday, officials said.
Teachers are prepping to open a new preschool in Burbank that will give youngsters an opportunity to spend their mornings speaking and learning in French.
Andrew Cave was introducing about 100 children to barnyard animals at Buena Vista Library when “Thelma,” a golden chicken, jumped from a table within a fenced enclosure and darted through the crowd before Cave could get his hands on her again.
The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office has confirmed that Burbank school board members violated the Brown Act when they failed to report they had selected a finalist for the district’s superintendent position, about two months after the Burbank Teachers Assn. called for an...
Two Burbank elementary schools will ring in the next school year in August with new principals, who were announced during the Burbank Unified school board meeting Thursday evening.
A Burbank High School varsity girls volleyball coach was arrested after allegedly soliciting nude photos, anonymously through social media, from multiple players on his team, police said.
After the Monterey High School graduates had turned their tassels and processed out of the auditorium at R.L. Stevenson Elementary on Wednesday evening, they gathered in the fading sunlight outside to hug, take photos and celebrate.
As 111 of the graduating seniors of Providence High School took the stage at the graduation ceremony held in the Hall of Liberty at Forest Lawn Cemetery on Tuesday, one of their classmates was notably missing.
In the final meeting of the Burbank Unified school board Thursday night, retiring Supt. Jan Britz was presented with gifts and kind words. But that’s not all — she also got a raise that takes effect retroactively for her last year of employment.
A former John Burroughs High School employee was arrested Thursday after he allegedly had sexual relationships with two female students from 2011 to 2015, police said.
Before more than 650 Burbank High graduates walked across the stage to accept their diplomas at the Starlight Bowl Friday night, one item of business was in order.
In a visit to John Muir Middle School, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank), had a few words of encouragement to impart to students — namely, “be tenacious.”
Nearly 600 seniors graduated from John Burroughs High School Thursday evening, culminating the end of a dozen years of school that went by too quickly for some.
In his homily reflecting on Saint Paul the Apostle’s two-year imprisonment, Msgr. Sabato Pilato, superintendent of high schools for the Los Angeles Archdiocese, called on the Bellarmine-Jefferson High School Class of 2015 to remain courageous as they transition into the next chapter of their...
A 17-year old Burroughs High senior received tentative approval to wear a U.S. Air Force sash during her graduation, a reversal of district policy that forbids wearing honors unrelated to school during the ceremony.
Drops of rain fell in Burbank the day before Danielle Granados passed away, but her spirit will live on through a new garden at Disney Elementary School, where she was a second-grader.
Two Burbank school choirs earned top prizes at the A Cappella Scholarship Festival presented by Glendale-based Verdugo Hills Chorus on Saturday at Glendale High School.
A 17-year-old senior at John Burroughs High is speaking out against a Burbank Unified policy that won’t allow her to wear a U.S. Air Force sash — indicating she will be joining that military branch upon leaving high school — during her upcoming graduation ceremony.
Two Woodbury University graphic design students nabbed top honors in recent design competitions.
The Burbank school district’s Parent Teacher Assn. is one step closer to influencing change across California with a resolution seeking to incorporate clear health standards into the state’s curriculum to address lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning students, in addition...
The themes expressed by a trio of student speakers at the Woodbury University commencement ceremony Saturday focused on celebrating fellow classmates, expressing thanks for the support they offered one another, and a call to continue their altruistic ways in their post-graduate lives.