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No school ~ Monday, March 20th - Friday, March 24th

Enjoy your week off!!


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3/20-3/24 ~ Spring Break

3/27 - Welcome Back!; Band - 9:55; Good News Club - 2:45; School Site Council Mtg. - 2:45; 6th gr. Orientation Night @ SGMS - 6:00

3/28 - 5th grade registration; AVID Club - 2:45

3/29 - Early Release Day - ALL TK/K in the AM - 8:15-11:40; 1st-5th 8:15-1:30


3/31 - Read-a-thon ends


2016-2017 SCHEDULE

Regular Day for 1st - 5th - 8:15 AM

to 2:35 PM

Early Release Day for 1st - 5th: 8:15 AM to 1:30 PM

Minimum Day for 1st - 5th: 8:15 AM to 1:08 PM

All Day KDG - 8:15 AM to 2:35 PM (STARTS on 9/6)

Early Bird TK/KDG - 8:15 AM to 11:40 AM

Late Bird TK/KDG - 10:25 AM to 2:35 PM

Early Release Day all TK/K: 8:15 AM to 11:40 AM

Minimum Day for all TK/K: 8:15 AM to 11:40 AM

Bell Schedule

Super Sundance Staff!

regular Daily attendance is extremely important!

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Student Absence

If your child will be absent from school, please report his/her absence to the Health/Attendance Clerk, Claudia Ramos. She can be reached by phone at (951) 845-2621 ext. 2104 or by email at

STRIVE FOR LESS THAN 5 absences per year! 

Get the BEAUMONT App!

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We are committed to communicating with YOU!


Get academic calendars, events, program information, and student updates all on your mobile device!

You can choose to receive info from one or multiple schools.


E~Flyers Click Here



Our school has one easy online location to find all the flyers of events for your students.  Its call our Peachjar!   The Peachjar of eflyers can be opened with this one click.  To view school-approved eflyers, simply click the Peachjar button on the school’s website.  Additionally, you will receive school emails from Peachjar each time a new one is added.  And, if you are using the BEAUMONT App the flyers come right to your device!


Would you like to be up to date with what is going on at Sundance? Like our Facebook page to receive important information, updates about school events and MORE! Remember to invite your friends and family...

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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. 

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

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


Immunization Information English

Immunization Information Spanish

No deliveries of flowers or balloons

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Sorry, it's a District policy. Please don't bring flowers or balloons to school.

Important announcements:

  • IN order to protect our students' instructional time, parents will not be allowed to go into their student's classroom unless the teacher has asked them to volunteer that day. With 855 students we have to be extra careful about protecting our students' valuable instructional time.
  • PLEASE don't take your student to the classroom before school or come to the classroom to pick your student up after school if they are in 1st-5th grade. Parents are to meet their child at the dismissal area unless there is an extenuating circumstance that you have spoken to me about. 

We LOVE our Sundance families and are VERY PROUD to be a family-friendly school but also need to maintain boundaries for the sake of our students' instruction. The less adults on campus, the better. Thanks so much for your understanding! :-)

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SCHOOL SITE COUNCIL meeting on Monday, March 27th at 2:45. Babysitting will be provided. Choose a free book for your child! SEE YOU THERE!

6th gr. orientation night @ san gorgonio middle school ~ Monday, march 27th


  • Enrollment Applications for the 2017-18 school year will be available on April 3rd 2017.  


  • April 3rd- April 28th is our open enrollment period where we accept new Intra District Transfer Requests ( to move from boundary school to another school inside the school district) for the 2017-18 school year.  Placement decisions and notifications will be mailed/emailed after June 16, 2017.  Intra District applicants received after the open enrollment period will be placed on a waiting list and notification will be made after July 24, 2017.


  • Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten Round-up will be on April 26, 2017 at the Educational Support Facility, 350 W. Brookside Ave, from 5 pm-7 pm.  However, we will begin accepting TK and K enrollment applications on April 3.


  • Information about All Day Kindergarten for the 2017-18 school year will be made available soon.

Please click:Centralized Enrollment for more information

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Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) Stakeholder Survey

"A Quality Education through a Shared Commitment"

Share Your Input

The Beaumont Unified School District is committed to the partnership between our district, families, and the community. You all play a critical role in the education and success of our students. Please take a moment to share your input on the actions and services that impact our students and schools.

Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) Stakeholder Survey 2016-17



The Happiness Sprinkling Project was a success!

PBIS Parent Survey

Sundance families! Please take a moment to help us to continue to create a positive and successful learning atmosphere! 


student engagement!

Sundance Calendar

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Keep up with your child's AR reading progress!

AR Home Connect: Find out how many books your child is reading and how many quizzes s/he is taking in AR

To log in to Home Connect:

Web site: 

In Home Connect, you can also:

Click Email Setup to sign up to receive emails showing your student's quiz or test results.

Click Help to get answers to your questions about Home Connect.

Accelerated Reader Sample Quiz

Our Award-Winning School

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The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program recognizes public and non-public elementary, middle, and high schools where students achieve at very high levels and/or where the achievement gap in narrowing. The Program sets a standard of excellence for all schools striving for the highest level of achievement.

The California Distinguished School program honors some of California's most exemplary and inspiring public schools. Schools selected for the Distinguished School Award demonstrate significant gains in narrowing the achievement gap.

The Academic Achievement Award program honors Title I schools that have demonstrated success in significantly closing the achievement gap between high and low-performing students.

The Gold Ribbon Awards recognize California schools that have made gains in implementing the academic content and performance standards adopted by the State Board of Education. 


We have found that some students are sending offensive messages through social media. I have some suggestions for parents regarding the monitoring of your child's technology use: Check your child’s phone/tablets to see what their texts and messages say (Instagram, Snapchat,, Chromebooks, etc.) If you find the device has been improperly used, have them delete the app or take away the device. Have your child turn in all devices before they go to bed. Please help maintain a bully-free environment for our Sundance students!

AVID Club Newsletter

Color-a-thon ~ April 22

If you haven't signed up or turned in a packet for the Color-A-Thon, you can still register at The school code is: SUND99. You may also turn a completed packet into the front office of the school by April 10th.  The minimum registration fee of $30, is required to receive a t-shirt, color packet, and backpack. You may also register the day of the event, but you will not receive the t-shirt, color packet, or backpack. If you did turn in your packet, you do not need to do anything before the event. If you have any questions or concerns, please email

Order your yearbook!



Since November 1988, state law has required all public schools receiving state funding to prepare and distribute a SARC. A similar requirement is also contained in the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). The purpose of the report card is to provide parents and the community with important information about each public school. For additional information regarding the SARC, click here

School Accountability Report Card
Reported Using Data from the 2015-16 School Year

SARC - School Accountability Report Card - Sundance Elementary

Sundance Spelling Bee Winners!

1st place: Red Cabrera -- 2nd place: Nicole Radeleff -- 3rd place: Keoni Bactad -- Alternate: Jacob Quintero. CONGRATULATIONS!

CONGRATULATIONS to our Science Fair winners!

Fifth Grade

1st place: Nikki Soza

2nd place: Daman Jara

3rd place: Eli Milbrandt


Fourth Grade

1st place: Gabriella Salgado

2nd place: Clara Zak

3rd place: Jordan Crabtree


Third Grade

1st place: Alicia Barber

2nd place: Tyler Labardee

3rd place: Matthew Edwards

Jr. Scientists!

Lost and found

PLEASE NOTE: We donated our lost and found collection to the Brookside Elementary School "Take and Trade" program. Help us avoid our lost and found problem in 2017! Please LABEL all of your child's items. Thank you.


Sundance Parent Survey

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Every month, we will choose an area to award students for being responsible and accountable. Students will receive a special prize at the end of the month! You can do it!  

Grade Level Supply Lists

2nd grader, Emmanuel Flores, won the principal's chair for a day for having perfect attendance so far this year! Here is Emmanuel with Sunny, our mascot!

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No pets allowed on campus, please! Some students are allergic and we want to prevent any possible issues.


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2016-17 LCAP Goals - local control accountability plan


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.

Sundance Motto

Today I will be responsible for myself,

My choices,

My learning,

and my attitude.

I will treat myself and others with respect.

And, I will do my personal best,

In everything,