Burlingame School District

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For the school district in Kansas, see Burlingame Public Schools.

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.[1] This district is Burlingame's public school district, and has control over 6 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.[1]

Other Schools[edit]

The other schools are Burlingame Intermediate School (6-8), Franklin Elementary School (K-5), 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.[citation needed]

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ a b Friedman, Jonathan. "SMMUSD superintendent appointed to head Northern California school district." Malibu Times. Friday May 30, 2008. Retrieved on November 8, 2013.

Further reading[edit]

  • Gonzales, Neil and Kimberly S. Wetzel. San Mateo County Times at the Oakland Tribune. December 2, 2008. Article ID: 11122678. "So many California children are seeking subsidized school meals that funds to[...]Given the state's financial crisis, Burlingame School District officials[...]"
  • Mills-Faraudo, T.S. "School district playing it safe." San Mateo County Times. October 11, 2003. "Playing it safe Fear of large future expenses has Burlingame School District[...]Caryn Becker, administrator for the California Department of Education, said the[...]"
  • Morente, Christine. "District links students with cyber charter." San Mateo County Times. August 17, 2004. "About 20 of the region's students have enrolled in the California Virtual[...]In July, the Burlingame School District agreed to a two-year partnership with[...]"

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