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Teachers update grades every Tuesday, so please check on Wednesdays for the most up-do-date information

School Site Council Information

Contact Information

Main Office

Donna Hughett

(951) 845-3171 x 2000

 

Attendance Office

To report or clear absence

Imelda Encizo: (951) 845-4011

Click Here to email (preferred)*

  *You must use Gmail as your default email in order to directly email through the link.  If you are using an email other than Gmail, copy and past the email address into your email carrier.

 

ASB Store Hours

Wednesday Morning

7:30 - 8:20

Mon/Wed

TBD

Tue/Thu

Both lunches

 

Business Office Hours

Tue/Wed/Fri

7:00am - 3:15pm.

Mon/Thurs

7:00 - 9:00am & 1:00 - 3:15pm

CLOSED

Mon & Thurs - 9:00am - 1:00pm

District Non-discrimination Policies and Complaint Procedures

The Beaumont Unified School District prohibits, during all school activities, programs, and employment, discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. 


Non-Discrimination Policy - 2017

5145.3 BP Nondiscrimination-Harassment

5145.7 AR Students Sexual Harassment

5145.7 BP Students Sexual Harassment

Notice To Parents and Guardians - Complaint Rights.pdf

1312.3 BP Uniform Complaint Procedures December 9, 2014.pdf

1312.3 BP Uniform Complaint Procedures December 9, 2014 Spanish.pdf

 


To file a formal complaint, please contact:

Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Support Services

(951) 845-1631

350 W. Brookside Avenue, Beaumont, CA 92223

CAASPP Testing

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The  California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) is the new state academic testing program that replaces Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR). Below, you will find links to more information regarding the CAASPP. Testing will take place at BHS beginning April 20th.

Click here to read the CAASPP FAQ

Click here for more information on CAASPP testing

Click here to access the practice test

CAASPP Results are Headed Our Way

Immunization Information

Please see the attached flyer for important information about SB 277 and changes in the law regarding immunizations.

 

SB 277 Flyer (English and Spanish)

New Library Webpage

Our BHS library is new and improved!  We also have a new website for the library.

BHS Library Page

In the future, this link will be accessible in the sidebar on the left.

BHS Marching Band

Check out our own BHS Marching Band performing at halftime.

 

Halftime Show

 

Go Cougars!

Stay Connected with BHS

Please see the attached flier for information on how to stay connected with BHS through Facebook, Twitter, Remind, Illuminate, and the Beaumont USD app.

 

Stay Connected with BHS

BHS Makerspace Promo

Check out the promo video for our new makerspace in the newly redesigned BHS Library.

 

Makerspace Promo Video

CAASPP Testing

Parents, please see the following letters in regards to upcoming CAASPP Testing at Beaumont High School.

 

CAASPP Letter (English)

CAASPP Letter (Spanish)

BHS Back to School

BHS Back to School Night is Thursday, Aug. 24!
Parent workshops begin at 5:00 p.m. and classroom visits begin at 6:00pm.
 

 

 

RCOE Seal of Multiliteracy - Intent to Apply Due August 25th

Intent to Apply forms for the Riverside County Office of Education Seal of Multiliteracy are due Friday to Ms. Diaz in room B5. These forms can be picked up in room B5 any time.

 

The initial portfolios are due September 1st.

 

RCOE Multiliteracy Flyer (English) (Spanish)

 

For more information on the seal, follow the link: RCOE Seal of Multiliteracy

Upcoming BHS Football Dates

With football season upon us, I wanted to share the home game schedule and special events/performances that will take place this season.
 
 
Friday, August 25 - JAAF Night - Home Game (Rancho Mirage)
  1. Junior All-American football and cheer will be escorted onto the field and be recognized in our script during pre-game. Free entry for all JAAF in uniform, along with 3 coaches per team.
  2. Halftime - BHS cheer team
Friday, Sept 15 - Armed Services Appreciation Night -Home Game (Banning)
  1. All veterans and active duty military personnel will be admitted free, and all will be invited for special recognition at halftime.
  2. Halftime - BHS Band - military honors with all military on field for recognition
Friday, Sept 22 - Homecoming (Desert Hot Springs)
  1. Halftime - BHS ASB homecoming activities
Friday, October 6 - 8th grade band night (Hemet)
  1. All 8th grade band students will be on hand to perform with BHS band
  2. Halftime - BHS cheer performs as band sets up; BHS/8th grade bands
Friday, November 3 - Drama/Band Night & '66ers cheer squad night -Home Game (San Jacinto)
  1. Halftime - BHS cheer and '66ers to perform as band/drama sets up; BHS band/drama music and skit

Solar Eclispe Information

Attention Students and Parents, 

 
As you may know we will have a solar eclipse taking place this Monday during the day. The solar eclipse is a great learning opportunity for our students. However, it is important to implement safety precautions to ensure the protection of our students and staff. Please refrain from looking directly at the sun as it can cause blindness. 
 
Below is the Safely Viewing the Eclipse information.  
 
 
 

Safely Viewing the Eclipse

Extremely important! It is up to us to help students observe the eclipse safely.  There is NO safe time for them to look directly at the sun.  Sun glasses are insufficient.  We will not see totality in Beaumont.

 

Eyeball safety video from Exploratorium & why you should not look directly at the Sun.

 https://eclipse2017.nasa.gov/safety

Due to the numerous reports of “Fake” or “Inadequate” protection from non-certified viewing glasses, no viewing devices brought from home are allowed for student use. This includes glasses or shields. This is simply for the safety of our students. We have no way to verify quality of products brought from home. Please only utilize indirect viewing methods or Live Streams for viewing the eclipse.

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National Honor Society

See the attached documents for information about National Honor Society (NHS) and its selection process.  Please see Mrs. Pertile in C8 if you need more information.

 

What is National Honor Society

BHS National Honor Society Selection Process

 

STOP!T Anti-Bullying App

BUSD has partnered with STOPit and is using the new STOPit anti-bullying app in an effort to decrease bullying across the district.  See below for a list of FAQ's.  The app is available on both Apple and Android devices.

 

STOPit Parent Letter   (Spanish)

 

Frequently Asked Questions

BHS 2016-17 Photos

Please click on the link below to access a variety of pictures from last week's graduation festivities, our annual Powder Puff game, and the Special Olympics hosted at BHS.

 

Graduation Photos

 

Powder Puff 2017

 

Special Olympics

Congrats to Our Gold B Winners

Congratulations to Karrington Martin and Torrey Norville! These two 2017 graduates were selected as the 2017 Gold B Recipients!


 

Senior Picture

We are getting closer to graduation...


 

BHS Mission, Vision, & Goals

BHS Mission
Beaumont High School will maintain a positive learning environment to support a rigorous educational program focused on college and career readiness which responds to students’ academic, social, technological, physical, and social/emotional needs.

 

BHS Vision
Beaumont High School is committed to advancing as a center of academic excellence and fostering the development of lifelong learners who act responsibly, safely, and respectfully towards all members of their community. All stakeholders in learning are dedicated to ensuring that students are prepared to face the challenges of an evolving world.

 

School Goal #1

Beaumont High School will ensure a viable 21st century learning environment for all students that includes full access to the CA State Standards and college and career preparatory courses. Students will participate in activities and utilize tools and technology in order to meet the new college and career indicators.

 

School Goal #2

Beaumont High School 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.

 

Instructional Focus Statement

Students will be able to construct viable arguments with increasing complexity, build upon other ideas, and critique the reasoning of others, both orally and in writing, across content areas, using evidence from multiple sources.

 

BHS will accomplish this by:

1. Providing a 21st century learning environment through updated curriculum, the use of instructional strategies centered around the 4 Cs (emphasized instructional strategy - Close Reading), and realigning our assessments to mirror the CAASPP.

2. Providing a positive school climate by implementing consistent practices, support systems such as restorative justice, and ensuring equity for all.

Safety First

PARKING - Safety at BHS Parking Letter to all visitors 

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.


 

California School Immunization Law

California Health and Safety Code: Sections 120325-120375:

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.

 

​T​he 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:

SB 277 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Shots for School.org

student meals

Visit our Child Nutrition page to order meals and see menus!  It's All Here!


 

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Attendance Office Phone Number

(951) 845-4011

District LCAP Goals

GOAL 1:  Beaumont USD will provide an optimum learning and working environment by employing, developing, and retaining highly-qualified and diverse certificated, classified and substitute employees and maintaining the district facilities for the benefit of the students.

 

GOAL 2: Beaumont USD will ensure a viable 21st century learning environment for all students that includes full access and success in CA State Standards & college and career preparatory courses.

 

GOAL 3: Beaumont USD will ensure a positive climate and school culture for students by providing opportunities for them to build positive relationships and to access resources from Beaumont and the larger community.

BHS Meal Programs

Breakfast service is as follows:

M,Tu, Th, & Fri: 6:30 am – 7:45 am

Wednesday (Late Start): 7:15 am – 8:45 am

Cougar Cafe, Grab & Go, and outdoor carts will be available for service each morning.

 

In addition to breakfast and lunch, we now offer After School Supper 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm under the shade structure in front of the cafeteria near the picnic tables. 

 

All children 18 and under eat FREE

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