May 22, 2002
Molly Shore HILLSIDE DISTRICT -- Burroughs High School junior Vanessa Dominguez and seniors Christel Lobarbio and Karla Hernandez were this year's recipients of the "Catch a Falling Star" achievement award. The event is sponsored by the Burbank Noon Lions, the Burbank Family YMCA and Burroughs High School counselors. At a Thursday luncheon at The Castaway, the teens received their awards in recognition of choosing hard work over violence in an effort to turn their lives around.
March 7, 2013
Students at Burroughs High School in Burbank put on Pop Show 34 last weekend. One of the highlights, according to Connie Trimble, one of the show's organizers was a rendition of Radiohead's "Creep" by a group of students. A video of the performance is below. -- Dan Evans, Times Community News Follow Dan Evans on Twitter: @EditorDanEvans .
October 26, 2002
Molly Shore The Burbank Sister City Committee is accepting applications from high school students to be part of the 2003 student-exchange program with Burbank's sister city, Ota, Japan. Applications are available at all three locations of the Burbank Public Library, and in the career offices of Burroughs, Burbank, Providence, Bellarmine-Jefferson and Village Christian high schools. The deadline for returning completed applications is Nov. 18. Applications must be returned to the Burbank Central Library, 110 N. Glenoaks Blvd.
May 28, 2003
Two killed in motorcycle crash NORTHWEST DISTRICT -- A Tujunga man and a Burbank woman were killed when the motorcycle they were riding struck a car, police said. The crash occurred early Friday morning at the corner of Victory Boulevard and Myers Street. Daniel Bonfilio, 35, was riding the motorcycle west on Victory at a high rate of speed, police said. A 25-year-old Los Angeles man traveling east on Victory turned left onto Myers and was struck broadside by the motorcycle, instantly killing Bonfilio and his passenger, 23-year-old Tiffany Riegler, police said.
December 22, 2001
Sandy Dennis was recently named the 2001 Citizen of the Year by the Burbank Assn. of Realtors. This year's event marked the 48th year the association has bestowed the honor. Dennis is only the fourth member of the association to receive the honor. Dennis was born in Burbank and graduated from Burroughs High School. A Realtor with Century 21 Paul and Associates, Dennis is married to Donald and they have one son, Michael. She has been a volunteer with the Girl Scouts, PTA, Cub Scouts and a member of the Foothill Civitan Club, among others.
August 9, 2000
Irma Lemus BURBANK -- When school starts Sept. 5, two new principals and an assistant principal will be at the helm of Burbank schools, district officials announced. Donna Coffey, who has been with the district for 11 years, will take over as principal at Thomas Edison Elementary. Coffey is a former principal of Luther Burbank Middle School, assistant principal at John Burroughs High School and most recently worked as a counselor at Burroughs.
May 7, 2005
BOARD REORGANIZATION WHAT HAPPENED School board offices of president, vice president and clerk were reorganized by board election. WHAT IT MEANS Paul Krekorian succeeded Dave Kemp as president. Ted Bunch became vice president, and Debbie Kukta was elected clerk. VOTE: 4-0 STAFF APPOINTMENTS WHAT HAPPENED The board welcomed three new principals and one assistant principal to four Burbank schools. WHAT IT MEANS Beginning July 1, Maria Teresa Delgado will start at Providencia Elementary School as principal.
February 15, 2013
So, last Saturday I'm going through the newspaper wondering what movie to catch, when I come upon the story about Burroughs High School students performing “Sweeney Todd.” A high school production of “Sweeney Todd”? This I have to see. Since my children graduated from Burroughs, I was familiar with the school's ambitious pop shows, but even so this production was extraordinary. To see kids tackle a property as complicated and adult as “Sweeney Todd” and do so well by it is a thrill.
May 15, 2010
The Magnolia Park Optimist Club honored students at its April 15 meeting who were able to overcome many obstacles to achieve their goals. Optimists Evie Magnante and Sue Kyle did an outstanding job of selecting the students who won ?Meet the Challenge? scholarships. ?If it is to be, it is up to me!? was their motto. Each student received a $500 scholarship. The winners are: Angelina Badalian from Burroughs High School, who was introduced by Jeanne Chambers from the Burroughs Career Center; Chynna Monforte from Monterey High School, who received the award from her counselor Joe Peterson ; and Marissa Bribiesca of Burbank High School, who was introduced by Sue Kyle (her counselor was unable to attend)
October 2, 2010
Advanced art students at Burroughs High School fielded questions from Keep A Breast Foundation representatives on Thursday about their schoolwide fundraising campaign to fund breast cancer research. The students have teamed up with the school's health department and student Environmental Club to raise more than $15,000 through EBay auctions. Student work is sold online, and displayed across campus to raise awareness about the disease, which is expected to kill more than 4,200 Californians this year, according to the American Cancer Society.