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Read-A-Thon

We are holding a Read-a-thon and we really need everyone to participate. If you have not already done so, please click on Read-A-Thon, for the website, to activate your reader’s personal page. You can do it all in a minute or two and really help us meet our goals. Thanks so much!
read-a-thon fundraiser

New Student Enrollment for the 2020-21 school year will begin on March 2, 2020

All new incoming students must Pre-Register through an online registration process using our Illuminate Parent Portal starting March 2, 2020! RESIDENCY AFFIDAVITS If living in the residence of another person, that person must accompany the parent at the time of registration and present their utility bill and current photo ID. Both parties must complete the affidavit stipulating the registering parent lives in the residence of another person. The parent must present their photo ID and then may register. NOTICE: A registration determined to be secured by false, misleading, or deliberate omission of information to establish residency in the Beaumont Unified School District will be considered null and void.
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Beaumont Community Featured in the New York Times

The Beaumont Unified School District is the fastest-growing school district in Southern California, currently serving 11,027 students across seven elementary schools, two middle schools and two high schools.
Housing Community in the City of Beaumont

Beaumont USD Facilities Needs Update

Beaumont USD is one of the fastest-growing Districts in southern California. As we prepare for future enrollment demands, school facilities planning is one of our most important initiatives. We updated our facilities plan with your help, and need your continued feedback.
Pictures of Students Graduating High School

STOPit! Anti-Bullying App

The Beaumont Unified School District uses the STOPit app to deter and mitigate bullying and cyber abuse. STOPit empowers students to safely and anonymously report anything of concern to school officials from cyberbullying to threats of violence or self-harm. Find Out More.
STOPit! App

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