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UPDATE: School Status for BHS & MVMS for Friday, November 1

We’re happy to notify you power has been restored at both Mountain View Middle School and Beaumont High School. Regularly scheduled classes will resume tomorrow (Friday, November 1, 2019).

 

In addition, a high wind advisory by the National Weather Service for our area expired at 6:00 p.m. All other Beaumont USD schools that operated on an inclement weather schedule today, will also resume normal school activities tomorrow (Friday).

 

Warnings still remain in effect by Southern California Edison (SCE) regarding Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) in Riverside County. A shutoff can occur when SCE determines that weather conditions (i.e. high winds) could increase the risk of wildfires. For more information regarding PSPS, visit Southern California Edison’s website.

 

The Riverside County Emergency Management Department is stating that because the city of Beaumont is located in an area prone to high winds, Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) and warnings for such events are a new standard, especially during this time of year.

 

The Beaumont Unified School District has processes and protocols in place to respond to power outages at our sites. For updates, please check ParentSquare, the District’s social media, and website. 

 

Thank you.