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2019 Employees Making a Difference Program
The Employees Making a Difference program honors outstanding Classified/Confidential employees to public education. Maria, Yard Duty Supervisor, was recognized for her dedication to Burbank School.
2018 Fall Choral Festival
The Burbank Chorus performed at Mark Twain Junior High. The Choral concert’s themes were Disney and Patriotic songs. Great job, singers!
October Character Education Awards
Modesto City Schools: Character Education Awards
Teacher Alethea Bateman shared:
From the first day school, Brianna has exhibited respect. She not only shows respect, she “earns it” like our character trait saying goes. She is polite to her teammates, her teacher and other adults on campus. She always makes sure that she in on-task. Brianna is a shining example of what a respectful student and future adult looks and acts like.
New Year, New Cafeteria
Burbank staff and students were delighted with the opening of the new school cafeteria.
Burbank ASES Program, Junior Chef, welcomes Superintendent Dr. Noguchi.
School Events 2017-18
Modesto City Schools’ annual celebration of Character Education, “The Eddies,” was held on Tuesday, April 24, 2018, at 7 p.m. in the Downey High School Auditorium.
“The Eddies” recognizes students who have demonstrated outstanding character development while contributing to their school or community.
Burbank’s Emma Avila earned a Character Education Award for her Courage. No matter what challenge is presented, she always performs with responsibility, respectfulness and genuine care for all of those around her. Emma helps English Learner students with her multi-lingual abilities and consistently volunteers to help other students when needed. She has a contagious smile and brings joy to Burbank Elementary School.
Proud to be MCS
The Employees Making a Difference awards celebration was Tuesday, January 23. The annual event recognizes and honors the contributions of classified staff to public education. Six employees were nominated: Davis’ Jill Hayes; Enochs’ Candelario Monroy; Lakewood’s Jamie Morrill; Bret Harte’s Vi Tran; Gregori’s Gloria Tellez; and Burbank’s Nancy Vernacchio. Four employees represented the District at the countywide event: Jill Hayes, Candelario Monroy, Jamie Morrill and Nancy Vernacchio.
School Assemblies: Character Education