Burlingame School District
Burlingame School District is a school district in Burlingame, California in the San Francisco Bay Area. Its schools serve students in kindergarten through the 8th grade. This district is Burlingame's public school district, and has control over 7 schools.
On Friday May 30, 2008, the Burlingame district's board of education voted to make Dianne Tallarico, the superintendent of the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District, into the superintendent of the Burlingame district.
The other schools are Burlingame Intermediate School (6-8), Franklin Elementary School, Hoover Elementary School, Lincoln Elementary School, McKinley Elementary School, Roosevelt Elementary School, and Washington Elementary School. Most of the schools have received at least one California Distinguished School Award.
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- Scott Feldman (born 1983), major league baseball pitcher.
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