Luther Burbank School District

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Luther Burbank School District

Luther Burbank School District


    VISION:  Luther Burbank School transforms the learning experience to foster a lifelong joy of learning. We develop globally minded scholars who are compassionate problem solvers and leaders in their community and beyond. We maintain a challenging, safe, orderly, caring and engaging learning environment while valuing individual differences and preferences in learning styles. We do this to cultivate independent and confident thinkers who work creatively and collaboratively.


    • Love of learning
    • Teamwork
    • Parent Involvement 
    • Creativity 
    • Wellness
    • Mindset/Attitude
    • Strong Academic Foundation
    • Leadership
    • Citizenship

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  • When does school start?

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    The first day of school is Wednesday, August 18, 2021.  The school gates will open at 7:45 am.  Students will line up in front of their classroom.  (Students in second story rooms G, H, I, J, K, and L will line up on the field.) Classes begin promptly at 8:00! 


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  • Do students wear uniforms?

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    Yes, students are required to wear school uniforms: Every student will receive a free polo shirt featuring the District Logo. Solid Dark Green or white polo shirts; navy pants, skirts, knee length shorts, skirts and jumper. (Grades 6-8 may also wear khaki colored bottoms). No baggy pants or skin tight bottoms please. For safety, closed toe shoes and atheletic shoes on scheduled PE days.   

    Sweater/Jacket  Colors: solid neutral colors (dark blue/navy, black, gray, or tan), hoodies are allowed if the hood is not worn.

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  • May my child bring his/her own lunch?

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    A FREE nutritious breakfast, lunch, and supper will be provided to every student.  We strongly discourage students from bringing food from home.

    Breakfast will be served during morning recess so please encourage your child to eat a light breakfast at home such as a breakfast bar, slice of toast, or small bowl of cereal. 

    Please contact your teacher or Dr. Nguyen to discuss any special dietary needs your child may have. 

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