Financial Aid (FAFSA) for college
Visit our Child Nutrition page to order meals and see menus! It's All Here!
new IT help desk
Beaumont Unified has added a NEW IT Help Desk to provide phone support for district technologies questions.
The Help Desk is available Monday - Friday from except for holidays and non-school days.
HELP DESK LINE (951) 797-5411
ELECTRONIC FLYER DELIVERY
Our schools have an easy online flyer program of events for your students. And, if you are using the BEAUMONT App the flyers come right to your device!
Parents, Learn more here:
Got questions: Visit Peachjar.com Parent FAQ
More information: Visit Peachjar.com Parent How It Works
The Great Kindness Challenge
Beaumont Be Kind All Year
BE KIND WHILE DRIVING
Child safety is our #1 Priority. We ask all drivers to be MORE careful when driving near schools.
1. Watch for pedestrians, especially little ones that might be standing behind a car.
2. Keep your speed below 25 mph.
3. Arrive with plenty of time to avoid being in a rush.
4. Heed to the Crossing Guard.
5. Find a safe place to let out your child.
6. Follow the rules of the road.
7. Do not block crosswalks or driveways and stay off walkways.
8. Use your blinkers to let others know your intentions.
9. Double check your blind spots before proceeding and proceed carefully when entering into another vehicle's blind spot area.
10. KEEP COOL and practice being KIND.
Our staff's viewscape is wide, so please
FOLLOW THEIR DIRECTIONS.
Keep in mind your children are watching you and learning from your routine.
"Many children have not yet developed the ability to judge speeds and distances well enough to cross the streets when cars are moving fast." - see the DMV Handbook for more tips!
Palm has not been forgotten -- The Palm Elementary modernization process has been delayed temporarily. Changes in planning and timing have been directly affected by a hydrology report received from the engineering team.
DOWNLOAD the BEAUMONT App!
Get academic calendars, events, program information, and student updates all on YOUR MOBILE DEVICE! You can choose one or more schools.
IT'S FREE! Click on a link below to download...
New Online Meal Applications
Understanding CAASPP Results
AVID Class of 2016
teachers of the year awards
Impactful student created video
Winners announced for the 1st Annual San Gorgonio Middle School Video Contest:
Thank you to Paul Williams, Breanna Smith, Irma Russo, Valarie Petersen, and student judges, Jacob Stockwell and Malia Earl, for your time in judging the submissions.
Kindergarten enrollment ongoing in Beaumont
World Language Program
Anna Hause * Brookside * Sundance * Three Rings Ranch
Elementary Schools Recognized as Gold Ribbon Schools of 2016 by the California Department of Education
2016 Model School
GLEN VIEW HIGH SCHOOL NAMED
2016 MODEL CONTINUATION HIGH SCHOOL
California State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tom Torlakson, announced the designation of Glen View High School in Beaumont as a 2016 Model Continuation High Schools today.
new Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources
The Board of Trustees has approved Shawn Mitchell as the new Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources effective July 11, 2016.
Mr. Mitchell has worked with Beaumont Unified School District for 20 years, initially as an Assistant Principal at Mountain View Middle School, and then as Elementary Principal for Chavez Elementary School, Three Rings Ranch and Tournament Hills. Mr. Mitchell held the positions of Director of Student Services and of Director of Human Resources. He earned his Bachelor's degree in History from San Diego State University and his Master’s degree in Administrative Services from United States International University, San Diego.
Congratulations to Mr. Mitchell on his new position with our District.
2016 schools to watch
Read the full story here.
Major Award: SGMS
Beaumont Unified School District proudly announces the selection of San Gorgonio Middle School as one of California’s 2016 Schools to Watch-Taking Center Stage model middle schools. The distinguished award is given to middle schools that are academically excellent, developmentally responsive, socially equitable, and structured for success.
The Schools to Watch program is provided by the California Middle Grades Alliance, which includes the California League of Middle Schools (CLMS), California Department of Education, and other statewide educational organizations who are partners in the California Middle Grades Alliance. They evaluate the schools based on the unique challenges of their student population as well as a strong, ongoing record of student achievement.
*Stars of Beaumont*
weather balloon launch
Tetrix Squad at Lego Robotics Competition
IF YOU ARE OUT TAKING PICTURES AT YOUR FAVORITE EVENT, TWEET US OR POST THEM TO OUR FACEBOOK PAGE.
2015-16 LCAP Goals
GOAL 1: - Beaumont USD will provide an optimum learning and working environment by employing highly qualified certificated, classified and substitute employees and maintaining the district facilities.
GOAL 2: Beaumont USD will implement new State Standards through Units of Study in three phases: Design, Implementation, and Review/Revision.
GOAL 3: Beaumont USD will ensure a viable 21st century learning curriculum for all students that includes full access and success in college and career preparatory courses.
GOAL 4: Beaumont USD will ensure a positive climate and school culture for students by providing opportunities for them to build positive relationships with staff members and to access resources from the greater Beaumont community.
Educational Support Facility Main Line
We have been alerted to a problematic social media App called OGLE. The app functions have been abused by some students and we find the postings inappropriate and concerning. Click Here: Please read this important message.
As graduation quickly approaches, we want to provide you with a list of this week's activities taking place at BHS!
Senior Awards Night - 6:30 p.m. BHS Gymnasium
Blue/White Game as well as the Powder Puff Game - 5 p.m. Sports Complex
BHS Theater Arts Academy Awards Night - 6:30 p.m. Theater
AF JROTC Awards - 7 a.m. - Presentation - Stadium and Awards in the Theater to follow
revised school calendar for fall
Please Note: The 2016-17 School Calendar has been updated:
First day of school: August 8, 2016
Congratulating the 2017 Teachers of the Year for Beaumont USD!
Beaumont High School: Jon Florence
Glen View High/21st Century: Laura Sturman
Mountain View: Samantha Bores
San Gorgonio: Jerry Earl
Anna Hause: Michelle Anderson
Brookside: Diana Drake
Palm: Jennifer Rose Booth
Sundance: Robin Coppage
Three Rings Ranch: Anna Hughes
Tournament Hills: Jessica Johnston
Beaumont Adult School: Billy Dimry
From the district winners, two teachers have been chosen by the selection committee for the Riverside County Teacher of the Year. Proudly representing Beaumont USD are Jennifer Rose Booth, a TK/Kindergarten teacher in the Dual Language Program at Palm Elementary and Jerry Earl, a sixth grade ELA/HSS teacher at San Gorgonio Middle School.
Mr. "Pitbull" C
Congratulations to Dr. Latham on her retirement! Congratulations to Mr. Davis on his appointment to Superintendent.
Wishing our SPELLING BEE WINNER 2016, Katherine Spusta of SGMS the best of luck at the County Spelling Bee!
Pictured here with Principal Scherrer and Board of Trustee Susie Lara
Work at the best place in Beaumont! See our job openings at
Video of Beaumont USD by the Press Enterprise
Congratulations to the entire staff of Beaumont Unified School District for receiving a Top Workplace Award 2015 from the Press Enterprise.
California School Immunization Law
Under these statutes, children in California are required to receive certain immunizations in order to attend public and private elementary and secondary schools, child care centers, family day care homes, nursery schools, day nurseries, and developmental centers. Schools, child care centers, and family child care homes are required to enforce immunization requirements, maintain immunization records of all children enrolled, and submit reports.
The California Legislature passed and on June 29, 2015 Governor Jerry Brown signed California Senate Bill 277 into law (Governor's Letter). The law, which does not take effect until July 1, 2016, removes the personal belief vaccine exemption for children attending daycare and public and private schools.
For information regarding SB 277, please refer to the link below:
Brookside Avenue entrances remain closed to visit traffic as part of public construction safety. We ask all to support our measures to keep students and visitors safe. Thank you.