Luther Burbank School District


  • Luther Burbank School District receives Barona Band of Mission Indians

     Grant from Barona band presented by Evan Low

    On Tuesday, October 10, 2017, the District was honored to have Assemblymember Evan Low, District 28, present a check for $5,000.00 to the Luther Burbank School District. 

    The Barona Band of Mission Indians is proud to help make a difference for schools throughout California. Through the endorsement of Assemblymember Low, Luther Burbank School District applied for grant funds to purchase accelerated reader books for the School Library.

    The Distric thanks the Barona Band of Mission Indians for the grant and to Assemblymember Low for his support of the District and public education.



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  • Board Meeting Highlights for October 2017


    On Tuesday, October 10, 2017, the Board of Trustees met during a regular board meeting. The Board took action on a number of resolutions highlighting their comittment and dedication to our students, faculty and community.


    The Board unanimously approved a Resolution to honor and recognize Latino Heritage Month.


    Latino Heritage Month Resolution


    The Board unanimously approved a Resolution to recognize the importance of an inclusive and caring community by supporting bullying prevention efforts during October, National Bullying Prevention Month, and the contributions of gay, lesbian and transgender people to the history of the United States. The Board also recognized the importance of preventing bullying against gay, lesbian and transgender youth who suffer bullying at three times the national average.


    National Bullying Prevention Month and LGBT History Month Resolution


    The Board of Trustees unanimously passed a resolution recognizing and honoring school administrators during the Week of the School Administrator, celebrated annually during the second week of October.


    California Week of the School Administrator Resolution

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  • Air Quality Advisory


    The Bay Area Quality Management District  issued a Smoke Advisory due to the multiple wildfires in the North Bay.  Heavy smoke from the wildfires in the North Bay counties is causing very unhealthy air quality throughout the region and the smoke is moving into other parts of the Bay Area due to winds.

    The safety and well being of our students and staff are a top priority. We will monitor the air quality for our area.  We will implement the following precautions as long as the Smoke Advisory is in effect and the current Air Quality Index remains in the unhealthy range:


    • Closely monitor individual student conditions
    • Restrict duration and intensity or prohibit outdoor physical activity
    • Implement inclement weather schedule with recess and lunch recess held in the air conditioned gymnasium
    • Physical Education activities rescheduled for inside the classroom or rescheduled by teachers when the air quality index improves
    • Keep air conditioning units running so that air is circulated and filtered.


    Thanks to the support of stakeholders, community members and voters, the District was able to modernize the district facilities in 2007.  All classrooms and offices are air-conditioned which allows air to circulate and to be filtered.


    Please refer to the website to access the Air Quality Index for a fast and easy way to monitor the air quality for our area.

    Restrictions for specific outdoor school activities will be determined using the Air Quality Index. If your child has a particular medical condition that is exacerbated by the air quality, please notify office staff. Nurse Emma Bihag is on site until 2:30 p.m. every day to assist students with any medical needs they may have.


    Breath California Advisory

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    Open Classroom Meeting Times and October Events Reminders


    We would like to invite you cordially to participate in the newly scheduled open classroom meeting times with your child’s teacher.


    At the Luther Burbank School District, we are committed to increasing student achievement so that our students are prepared to be successful in secondary school. Parent and guardian participation in a student’s education are crucial to academic progress.  For this reason, we want to provide parents and guardians with the opportunity to meet informally with teachers to check on their child’s academic progress, if they so wish.  These are drop-in times that you can meet with your child’s teacher informally and are not the same as the Parent-Teacher Conferences in which you receive the official report cards.


    Participation by teachers in the drop-in meetings is voluntary, so a teacher may not be available to meet on the scheduled dates. Parents and guardians are encouraged to make appointments to meet with teachers if you or the teacher is not available on the scheduled dates.


    Gates will be open for parents/guardians at 3:10 p.m., and they may go directly to their child’s classroom. Drop in times are scheduled between 3:15 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. Please see the attached reminder of events in October 2017. 


    Parent_Guardian Informal Meeting Information


    Parent and Guardian October 2017 Events Reminder

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  • Translate our website!  ¡Traduzca nuestro sitio de web!


    On the top of every page, there is a button that allows you to translate to dozens of languages.  

    A la parte superior de cada página, hay un butón que le permite traducir en docenas de idiomas.

    Translate button


    After selecting a language, almost the entire website will be translated to the new language.  

    Después de seleccionar un idioma, casi todo el sitio web será traducido al nuevo idioma.

    Translated Website



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