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Customers of downtown Burlingame’s Trapeze restaurant dine in outdoor parklets on Thursday, Oct. 28

City plans to make modified parklet program permanent

Jackson Spenner, Senior Reporter November 9, 2021

More than a year ago, on Aug. 12, 2020, members of the City of Burlingame’s Economic Development Subcommittee (EDS) met to discuss just one topic: how to optimize downtown outdoor dining. With indoor...

Maureen Seto

Maureen Seto

Leilani Dougherty, Staff Reporter October 7, 2021

Burlingame is welcoming Maureen Seto, the new library technician, as an addition to the faculty.    Having previously worked as a staff assistant in the administrative office at Mills High...

Denise Burch

Denise Burch

Wali Chaudry, Staff Reporter October 7, 2021

Denise Burch left her long-time role as an attendance clerk at Burlingame for a change of pace, becoming a counseling staff assistant. “I was the attendance clerk for almost eight years,” Burch...

Eric Vences

Eric Vences

Arda Inegol, Staff Reporter October 7, 2021

Eric Vences has been teaching Spanish for almost three years, previously teaching at Design Tech High School and Everest Public High School in Redwood City. He is currently teaching Spanish I and II at...

Taylor White

Taylor White

Jake Rothstein, Staff Reporter October 7, 2021

Taylor White, or as his students adorn him, Mr. Taylor, has had anything but a typical career path. White went from pursuing law, getting his comparative literature major, to then taking a chance on teaching...

Carol Hardesty

Carol Hardesty

Amanda Nolan, Staff Reporter October 7, 2021

After 13 years as a stay-at-home mom following her brief teaching career, Carol Hardesty returns to the math classroom, a subject she has always been passionate about.  Being a successful math student...

Andrea Mosqueda

Andrea Mosqueda

Isabel Liu, Staff Reporter October 7, 2021

Andrea “Andi” Mosqueda is Burlingame’s new health technician. She keeps track of student health records, helps ill or injured students and deals with students that are sick or handling COVID-19 issues. Previously,...

Reema Asia

Reema Asia

Sophia Bella, Staff Reporter October 7, 2021

When Reema Asia was younger, she viewed reading and writing as a complete waste of time.   "I absolutely hated school —  I didn't want to do any of it," Asia said.   Now, Burlingame...

Roxanna Moreno

Roxanna Moreno

Arshia Chakravartti, Staff Reporter October 7, 2021

Roxanna Moreno is an attendance office staff member at Burlingame. This is her first year working at Burlingame, but she has already become acclimated to this school environment.  With previous experience...

Kelsey Fjell-Watson

Kelsey Fjell-Watson

Daria Burnosova, Staff Reporter October 7, 2021

Kelsey Fjell-Walton, a new freshman biology teacher at Burlingame, previously taught at Humboldt State School for two years. Fjell-Walton has been working in the science department as a natural science...

Katharine Bosinoff

Katharine Bosinoff

October 7, 2021

San Mateo County-born Katharine Bosinoff was inspired to teach Spanish after learning from a life-changing Spanish teacher at Aragon High School.  After graduating from Aragon, Bosinoff went to Loyola...

Leslie Luna-Escoto

Leslie Luna-Escoto

Amanda Nolan, Staff Reporter October 7, 2021

After majoring in criminology and preparing to become a probation officer, Leslie Escoto realized her calling was to help high school students achieve educational success.  Growing up in Redwood City,...

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