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  • Burbank school to honor Gail Copeland

    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. A 1957 graduate of Burbank High, Copeland spent over 42 years as...
  • Grant brings arts into classrooms

    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. A $10,000 grant from the Los...
  • Mixed data on STAR exams for Burbank schools

    Local public schools saw modest gains in English but a small dip on math test scores, according to data released this week by the California Department of Education. In Burbank, 69% of students tested as proficient or advanced in the English-language...
  • Burb's Eye View: Teacher looks forward as she returns home

     Burb's Eye View: Teacher looks forward as she returns home
    Christine Rog's first back-to-school ritual took place in her kitchen, where the construction of a ham sandwich heralded the start of a new year and new challenges ahead. Upon arriving at her new school, Stevenson Elementary, Rog marked another first:...
  • Burbank's National Teacher of the Year chronicles her world tour

    Burbank's National Teacher of the Year chronicles her world tour
    Rebecca Mieliwocki spoke at Glendale High Monday evening to relate stories from her yearlong, whirlwind tour of several nations and 30 states as the National Teacher of the Year. The journey began for the Burbank Unified teacher in the spring of 2012...
  • Burbank's teacher of the Year: Making students wonder

    Burbank's teacher of the Year: Making students wonder
    Out of 75,000 eligible educators, Burroughs High School teacher Jill Tobin stands among 16 chosen as Los Angeles County Teachers of the Year. “It’s totally humbling,” she said. “I feel like I don’t deserve this any more than...
  • Burbank school officials: Worry lingers over Common Core tests

    The Burbank Unified school board adopted a $3-million plan last week to implement Common Core state standards. But concerns are being raised over whether the district owns enough computers to handle the hours of testing the students will undergo in the...
  • Leader Editorial: Tobin news provides reason to cheer

    Burbank Unified School District had good reason to cheer with the recent news that Burroughs High science teacher Jill Tobin was named one of 16 Los Angeles County Teachers of the Year. That's quite an achievement when one considers that there are 75,...
  • Burbank Unified School District gets down to the core

    Burbank educators preparing to implement new so-called Common Core state learning standards have created a plan for how they will spend $2.9 million to make the transition. Leading the effort is Sharon Cuseo, director of instruction and accountability...
  • 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...
  • Burbank Unified Teacher of the Year: 'I think forever I wanted to be a teacher'

    Burbank Unified Teacher of the Year: 'I think forever I wanted to be a teacher'
    It takes Dorothy Hernandez at least five minutes to walk through Washington Elementary’s school yard to reach Room 29 where she teaches third grade. In what would normally be a two-minute walk, the delay is in all the students lining up for hugs...
  • Service Clubs: mayor's cup golf tournament and outstanding educators

    Service Clubs: mayor's cup golf tournament and outstanding educators
    Burbank Sunrise Kiwanis The 15th Annual Mayors’ Cup Golf Tournament hosted by the Burbank Sunrise Kiwanis was held on April 27 and it went very well.  Former and current city of Burbank Mayors and all their golf playing friends, as well as our...