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2021-22 Enrollment

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  • Drop-In Tutoring

    Posted by Lucas Gattuso on 2/11/2021 7:00:00 AM

    Online drop-in tutoring is now available for all students through Google Meet.

    Tuesday 3-4 pm - Google Meet code "lbmstutoring"

    Wednesday 2-3 pm - Google Meet code "ludwickmath"

    Thursday 3-4 pm - Google Meet code "lbmstutoring"

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  • Wellness workshops

    Posted by Lucas Gattuso on 2/5/2021 7:00:00 AM

    BUSD middle schools are presenting a series of wellness workshops. All workshops will start at 1:00. Links will be posted in counselor Google Classrooms.


    2/5: What is Grief? A Conversation with OUR HOUSE Grief Support

    2/19: Stress Reduction and Management with LBMS School Psychology Interns

    3/5: Gender Identity and Sexuality with TEEN LINE

    3/19: After the Fall: Facing Fear, Managing Anxiety, and Perseverance Storytime with Family Service Agency

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  • Burbank Coordinating Council Camperships

    Posted by Lucas Gattuso on 1/25/2021 7:00:00 PM

    Burbank Coordinating Council logo

    It’s Camp Time Again!

    Each year the Burbank Coordinating Council sends young people from famililies that meet federal food program low-income guidelines to accredited camps including: Burbank Parks and Recreation Camps, Burbank YMCA, Golden State Gymnastics, Forest Home Children’s Camp, YMCA Camp Edwards, LGBTQ Camp and more.

    If you are interested in applying for the Spring or Summer camperships, please fill out the attached form and return it no later than April 20th.

    Spring application (English)

    Spring application (Spanish)

    Summer application (English)

    Summer application (Spanish)

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  • CJSF Application Information

    Posted by Lucas Gattuso on 1/7/2021 9:00:00 AM

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  • NAF Academy for Eighth Grade Learners

    Posted by Lucas Gattuso on 1/6/2021 7:00:00 PM

    NAF Academy Scientis

    Eighth Graders!

    Are you interested in working in the Business, Engineering or Medical Field?

    NAF Academy assists high school students who have an interest in the business (only at BHS), medical or engineering work fields after high school. NAF is a program that connects students with the working world by infusing STEM and work-based learning into their high school experience. NAF's overall goal is to ensure students graduate high school and become
    college/career ready.

    Additional information: 

    NAF Application:

    NAF Academy is hosting a Middle School Info Session for our 8th-graders on January 14th (1/14/2021) at 1 PM. Join The NAF director and counselors to see what the program has to offer in high school. 

    Google Meet code:  BUSDNAFMeets

    You must sign in with your BUSD account!

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  • The Burbank Unified School District officially denounces racism as the product of white default/ supremacy culture and recognizes the impact of systemic and generational racism as traumatic to our country, community, and school district. In light of continuing racial violence, including the killings of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Andres Guardado, Dijon Kizzee, and many others, we also recognize that Black people in this country have had a unique and traumatic history in terms of racial relations, equality, and equity. We stand with the truthful and humane statement that all lives cannot matter until Black lives and the lives of indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) matter. We are taking steps to actively work towards being fully anti-racist, not only in word, but also in policy, practice, and accountability. Change is rarely easy, but with the support and cooperation of the entire Burbank school community we know that we will reflect a district that is truly unified.

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