February 7, 2009
RESOLUTION AGAINST BUDGET CUTS The Burbank Unified School District Board of Education unanimously approved a resolution in opposition to further state budget cuts to education. Trustees referred to the most recent educational cuts, the $2.8-billion reduction that affected districts statewide when it was passed in September, as enough of a burden for schools to shoulder. They argued that deeper cuts would begin to impair schools and would drastically affect the education that students receive.
August 27, 2013
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: The inaugural steps onto a Burbank campus to become a part of the school system. The last time she did this, she was a student - growing up through Roosevelt Elementary, then Luther Burbank Middle School, and eventually graduating from Burroughs High.
June 13, 2001
Gary Moskowitz BURBANK -- Extra stipends will cover the cost of additional special education teachers in a proposed agreement between the Burbank Unified School District and the Burbank Teachers Assn. The bump in pay is intended as a lure to draw credentialed teachers into the school district, which is offering an extra $999 per special education instructor who must devote more attention to each of the students by giving more one-on-one attention.
February 19, 2000
BYER -- GRAY Julie Byer and Daniel Gray were married at the Neighborhood Church in Palos Verdes. The Rev. Donald Barnes officiated. The matron of honor was Kim Corpuz, the bride's sister. The bridesmaids were the groom's sisters Victoria Collier and Teresa Collier, the bride's sister-in-law Denise Byer, Maria Barrios and Denyelle Dioguardi. The best man was Brent Overfelt. The groomsmen were the bride's brothers Todd Byer and Jeff Byer, David La Roche, Brian Porter and Tim Weir.