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Child Nutritional Services

 Lunch

The Child Nutrition Services department of Beaumont Unified School District serves an average of 2000 breakfasts and 4200 lunches daily. Our goal is to provide students attractive, nutritious meals prepared under safe and sanitary conditions, in pleasant surroundings at the lowest possible prices. Our meals meet the USDA Dietary Guidelines and Food Guide Pyramid recommendations, as well as the current state legislation pertaining to childhood obesity. 


The Beaumont Unified School District participates in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs. Breakfast is served in the thirty minutes prior to the start of school on all campuses, plus during the brunch periods at the middle and high schools.  The district also participates in the After School Snack program at 4 elementary schools and both middle schools.

 
 

Elementary Meal Prices

 

Breakfast $0.00

Lunch $2.25

A la carte milk $.40

Please make checks payable to BUSD Child Nutrition and write student's name and pin number in the memo section.

Children Nutrition Services accepts Free/Reduced Lunch Applications all through the school year. Applications are available in the school office.

 

Child Nutrition Services  

350 W. Brookside Avenue, Beaumont, CA 92223
Phone: (951) 845-1631
Fax: (951) 769-2273
(No unsolicited faxes please. Faxed meal applications will not be accepted.)

Child Nutrition Services Website

ASES

ASES is an intervention program for elementary school students in the Beaumont Unified School District.  Its mission is to provide a safe and positive learning environment for your child after regular school hours.  The program consists of daily educational, recreational, and enrichment activities, and will take place on each school day from dismissal until 6 p.m.  Students are expected to follow all school rules and act respectfully while in the program.

Students participating in the program are required to attend DAILY for a minimum of three (3) hours each day as required by state/federal law.  It is the responsibility of the parents/guardians to ensure that the ASES participant is picked up daily NO LATER THAN 6 p.m.; repeated late pick-ups will result in the dismissal of the student from participating in the program.  If you have any questions, please call the ASES office at (951) 845-1631 ext. 5350.

Boys and Girls Club

 Boys and Girls Club Logo
 

Our mission: To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

 We offer programming in the following five areas:

  • The Arts

  • Sports Fitness and Recreation

  • Character and Leadership

  • Education and Career

  • Health and Life Skills

In Beaumont, we offer programs at these locations: Anna Hause, Tounament Hills, and Brookside Elementary. Pay to play programming.  Before- and After-school programs available. 1st thru 5th grade - before and after is $100.00 a week. Before school only - $56.00 a week. After school only - $56.00 a week. Wednesday only - $15.00/day.

Please feel free to visit our website for more information www.bgcsgpass.com  or call 951-845-8124 (main clubhouse phone).

 
Boys and Girls Club pic

Library

BookwormThe Sundance Elementary Library is a great place to be.  We currently have more than 13,000 books!  Most of these books are A.R., meaning they have Accelerated Reader tests for students to take while they work to achieve their reading goals.

The books, materials, and programs in our library are available for students with the goal of supporting what they learn in the classroom.  It is my joy to see the children enjoy their time here -- whether it is during story time or as they pick out their next book adventure.  If you, as a parent, would like to explore our collection and check out books for your child, please stop by.  I look forward to meeting you!

 

Julie Salinas, librarian

(951) 845-2621 ext. 2131

jsalinas@beaumontusd.k12.ca.us