Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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Due to the continued concern surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19), the Riverside County Public Health Officer has extended school closures through April 30, 2020. This closure includes all extra-curricular activities, sports, after school programs, and district-sponsored events during this time. Schools will not be open for any purpose during this time. 






During the District’s closure, Nutrition Services will provide breakfast and lunch meals free of charge to children 18 years of age and under. Breakfast and lunch will be served from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, March 16 - April 30, at the following school locations:

Starlight Elementary School, 1510 Cougar Way

Three Rings Ranch Elementary School, 1040 Claiborne

Palm Innovation Academy, 751 Palm Ave.

Beaumont High School, 39139 Cherry Valley Blvd.

Meals will be served through a drive/walk-thru type of service. For those driving, we ask that you stay in your vehicle while bagged meals are provided for each child present.


The state is waiving the requirements for instructional days and minutes, inclusive of Special Education Services, during the school closures that are in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). What this means is that schools will pick up where “they left off” once schools are allowed to reopen. Your child’s educational status and/or graduation status will not be affected by the ordered closure of our schools. State and Federal testing has also been postponed. 


Beaumont Unified is providing online learning resources below for students to review and enrich knowledge and skills learned this year. Students and families are not required to use these resources but are welcome to do so.


Online Learning Resources

Elementary Students
Middle School Students
The outbreak of infectious diseases such as the recent Covid-19 (Coronavirus) can be a stressful time for individuals and communities. It is not uncommon to feel anxious or worried while listening, reading or watching the news.  While it’s necessary to keep up-to-date and make changes to daily life in order to help control the spread of Covid-19 (coronavirus), the constant news cycle coupled with social distancing measures can have a real impact on mental health. It’s important during times like these to monitor your own physical and mental health, as well as safely stay connected to your community. Know the signs of stress and when and how to seek help for yourself, as well as loved ones.
Locally, you can contact Banning Mental Health 1300 W. Ramsey St. Suite 100, Banning, CA 92220 Phone: 951-849-7142
HELPLine is a free, confidential crisis/suicide intervention available 24 hours a day, seven days a week: 951-686-HELP or 951-686-4357


The Center for Disease Control, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and California Department of Public Health have released a handful of relevant and informative resources below:


Online or phone support is available through a variety of free warm lines such as:


  • Teen Line: Call (310) 855-HOPE or (800) TLC-TEEN (nationwide toll-free) from 6pm to 10pm PST or Text "TEEN" to 839863 between 6:00pm-9:00pm PST to receive person teen-to-teen education and support.



  • The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (24/7): Call 1-800-273-8255.