The last day of the semester for students is December 21st.
Come out this Friday Night, December 8th, to see some of Luther’s talented students perform in this year’s edition of Luther’s Got Talent!
We have a variety of acts guaranteed to entertain. The show begins at 6pm in the Luther Auditorium. Doors open at 5:30pm. A perfect Friday evening of fun for the whole family.
Tickets can be purchased at the door (cash only please). General admission is $10, students (of any school) get in for $5, and children under 10 are free.
Don’t miss out on a thrilling show!
The Luther Cheer Team is hosting a Pancake Breakfast fundraiser to help raise funds for competitions.
Sunday, December 10th
8:30am - 12:30pm
1006 W. Magnolia Blvd
$12 at the door
On Thursday, Dec. 14th, at 6:30 PM, the LBMS Instrumental Music Association (IMA) will present their Winter Concert in the auditorium for all to come and enjoy. We hope you’ll bring the family and come and support our wonderful IMA as they entertain you with a sure-to-be exciting show. Tickets can be purchased online at https://lbmsima.ludus.com/200444984, and admission is free with your Luther Student ID! Mark your calendars!
All students are required to wear their school ID visible to staff when on campus.
Students may use their own lanyards if they do not like the school-issued ones, as long as they are school-appropriate. At the end of each school day, students should put their IDs in their backpacks so they are not lost.
This is a district-wide change in protocol. We know it will take time for everyone to get used to the new rules, and that students might forget to bring their IDs at the beginning. However, the expectation is that they will be worn and visible on their chest, and not on their belt loop, on their backpack, or in their pocket.
Thank you for helping to make LBMS a safer campus!
School Start and End
School starts every day at 8:00 AM, unless your learner has a zero period at 7:00 AM.
School ends every day except Tuesday at 3:00 PM. On Tuesday school ends at 2:15.
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.