Post-Imelda Restart and Transition Information
Modified Times for Beaumont United:
7:10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. (9th grade campus)
7:20 a.m. - 2:40 p.m. (10-12 grade campus)
Friday, October 4 was originally a staff/student holiday. This will now be a regular school day for all students (with the exception of Fehl-Price and Beaumont United). October 14, originally a staff development/student holiday, will also be a regular school day for ALL students.
Child Nutrition Information
BISD is providing free lunch for students at Beaumont United and Fehl-Price Classical AcademyMonday, October 7- Friday, October 11Fehl-Price at Fletcher Cafeteria, 1055 Ave F 12:45 p.m.-1:45 p.m.Beaumont United at South Park Cafeteria, 4500 Highland Ave 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Online Resources for BU Students
Parents of high school students, we can provide online access to Edgenuity courseware for those students preparing for EOC retesting, Advanced Placement testing, and preparation for tests such as ACT, SAT, and PSAT. Please email Elaine Schumacher, Beaumont ISD Instructional Tech Specialist, at email@example.com to request access to the test prep modules. We will need the student's name, ID number, and name(s) of online test prep modules needed to set up access.
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--The American Red Cross Client Case Workers will be at the Jefferson County Precinct # 4 Service Center, located at 7780 Boyt Road in Beaumont, from 10 am to 7 pm on Friday, October 11, 2019, to provide assistance to individuals affected by Tropical Storm Imelda. Anyone interested is asked to bring proof of address such as a driver’s license, identification card, or a utility bill.
-- Jefferson County - Long Term Recovery Group: 409-240-0331 (M-F, 8am-5pm)
-- For help with mucking out homes and registering for assistance: crisiscleanup.org or 1-800-451-1954
-- Texas Baptist Men Disaster Relief: 214-275-1100 - texasbaptistmen.org
-- Education First has partnered with 12NewsNow and The Beaumont Enterprise to create the Imelda Educator Relief Fund - a resource to help teachers whose classrooms were impacted by Imelda. To learn more, apply for assistance or find out how you can donate, visit our website at https://www.educationfirstfcu.org/…/Me…/Educator-Relief-Fund
-- Crisis Clean Up matches vetted volunteers and agencies with those needing assistance with clean up and repair of damaged homes, including removing fallen trees, damaged drywall and furnishings. 800-451-1954, crisiscleanup.org.
-- Operation Blessing invites Southeast Texans who need help with post-Imelda cleanup to fill out a work request for free volunteer help at Cathedral Church, 2350 Eastex Freeway, daily from 9:30 a.m.to 4:30 p.m. All residents must fill out a work order form and sign a release form in person, allowing volunteer teams access to your property. Volunteers will not be able to do work without a form signed by the homeowner. Priority is given based on need (elderly, sick, disabled, etc) and is based on volunteer availability. Volunteer services offered include debris removal and help finding and sorting salvageable belongings. For more information, call 800-730-2537.
-- Optum, a health and behavioral health services company, is offering an emotional-support helpline: 866-342-6892. It is open 24/7, is free of charge and is open to anyone. Trained mental health specialists can help people manage their stress; callers may also receive referrals to local resources for specific concerns.
-- All Is Well would love to help give back to the community by passing out clothes, shoes and toiletries to those affected by Tropical Storm Imelda. Please call Sharnee’ Cobb at 409-791-0376 for details.
-- Ready Rosie is a toolkit that was developed in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and is a useful tool to help children understand and cope with loss due to a storm. https://readyrosie.com/en/storm-prep/