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  • Burbank High graduate Jordan Card enjoys big season for Regals

    Burbank High graduate Jordan Card enjoys big season for Regals
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Jordan Card (Burbank High, 2011) sophomore, Cal Lutheran women’s water polo: During her second season, the former Pacific League Player of the Year got but four starts during...
  • New dual-language immersion class could be a boon

    Fifteen students remain on a waiting list for Burbank Unified’s first Spanish dual-language immersion program after a lottery held April 22 determined the 29 students who won seats in the class. Beginning this fall, students in a kindergarten...
  • John Burroughs High School choir teams sing songs of success

    John Burroughs High School choir teams sing songs of success
    Look no further than John Burroughs High School to find the national grand champions of all high school choirs in the United States. After months — and for some students, years — of work, two choir teams at John Burroughs High School secured...
  • Providence's Harvey honored with league's top award in volleyball

    Providence's Harvey honored with league's top award in volleyball
    BURBANK — Providence High senior boys' volleyball player Phil Harvey and his counterpart at Burroughs, Daniel Jacobs, used to be teammates while playing for a club team in the San Gabriel Valley. The two even teamed up playing in the freshman...
  • Noon Kiwanis Club honors students

    Noon Kiwanis Club honors students
    The Burbank Noon Kiwanis Club held its annual Scholarship and Citizenship Day at its meeting on May 8 at the Burbank YMCA. Each student was introduced and given a certificate and a monetary award. The $1,000 Don Farquhar Memorial Scholarship Award went...
  • Community: Three seniors pick up women's scholarships

    Community: Three seniors pick up women's scholarships
    Three Burbank High School graduating seniors were honored at the Burbank University Women's Scholarship Tea at the home of Marcia Baroda May 10. Receiving college scholarships were Seda Byrut and Valery Vasquez from Burbank High School and Jordan Bradley...
  • Burbank Unified sees improvements in student drop-out rates

    Burbank Unified sees improvements in student drop-out rates
    Burbank high schools are outperforming many of their counterparts up and down the state in retaining and graduating students, according to data released this week. Of the 1,329 Burbank students who started high school in 2007, 91.4% made it through to...
  • Schools adjust menus for health

    Schools adjust menus for health
    As new federal laws mandate more fruits and vegetables in school lunches, cafeterias in Glendale and Burbank are making adjustments to their menus. The transition, they say, has been fairly smooth. Two years after the Healthy, Hunger-Free Eating Kids...
  • AP classes about more than scores

    Even if not every student passed the Advanced Placement exam, merely being exposed to the more rigorous course work leading up to the exam makes students stronger in the long run, Burbank Unified officials say. “The rigor is there. It gets them to...
  • Burbank Unified improves its API standing

    Burbank Unified improved its overall score on the all-important state index that measures student achievement, according to data released Wednesday. The district’s overall score on the Academic Performance Index improved by 13 points to 846 —...
  • On the Town: PTA and Booster Club partner for fall fun

    On the Town: PTA and Booster Club partner for fall fun
    With fall officially in full swing, members of the Parent Teachers Assn. and Booster Club of Burbank's Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School welcomed the season with their annual Fall Festival Picnic fundraiser last week. Transforming the grounds of the...
  • Burbank teachers get anti-bullying training

    Students snickering at their gay classmates. Others picking on students with special needs. Shoving. Racially charged jokes. One by one, teachers at an anti-bullying training session in Burbank this week raised their hands to relay stories of their own...