Welcome to Uinta County School District 4

COVID-19 School Closure

March 27, 2020
Governor Gordon has just issued a declaration that extends the closure of all schools in Wyoming through April 17, 2020. In anticipation of this decision, we have been developing a remote learning plan that will go into effect beginning on April 6th. This plan has been submitted to the Wyoming Department of Education (WDE) and we are awaiting final approval. Once approved, the remote education focus in Uinta 4 will transition from optional enrichment activities and make-up work to the required learning of new material similar to the traditional approach our students are accustomed to in the regular school setting. Four key components to this new focus will be identifying learning targets, providing remote instruction, providing remote assessment and feedback to learning, and documenting student attendance and participation. Successful implementation of this remote learning plan with adequate participation by our students should result in the school year for teachers and students ending on May 29th as originally planned. Teachers and building principals will be providing more details to parents and students prior to April 6th.  It is a privilege to work with you to provide the best experience possible for our kids.
Superintendent Newton

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Revised School Lunch Distribution
during the COVID-19 Closure

Dates and Procedures for grab and go lunches:
During the school closure Uinta 4 will continue to serve lunch using a grab and go sack lunch approach. Our goal is to target those students enrolled in Uinta 4 schools who rely on the school’s free and reduced lunch program. Sack lunches will be prepared at the school and distributed to families curbside. To cut down on exposure time and travel time we will hand out two to three day’s lunches at a time according to the following schedule.

Sack lunches will be available on the following days/dates from 11:00-12:30:

Monday, March 30- Lunch for Monday and Tuesday will be distributed
Wednesday, April 1 - Lunch for Wed, Thur, and Fri will be distributed.

Sack lunches may be picked up from the bus loop at the K-8 building. Parents should enter the bus loop and stop behind the car in front of you. You will then proceed through the bus loop to the distribution stand where you will pick up a lunch for each of your school children. Please be patient and proceed through the loop in a line. We anticipate it will move quite quickly and efficiently.

Please know that we are working every day to take the latest information and guidance and translate that into how we can best serve the students of Uinta4.

If you have any questions regarding lunch service during this time please call the district office at 307-782-3377 and ask for me or email me directly at dolezalk@uinta4.com

Kim Dolezal, Assistant Superintendent
Uinta County School District #4

Pre-Kindergarten registration
for Fall of 2020

Following guidance from public health officials, as well as Governor Mark Gordon and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow, the Mountain View school district has decided to postpone until further notice this year's Kindergarten Registration, originally scheduled for the week of March 23. We regret the inconvenience this may create for parents of incoming kindergarteners, and remind the community to watch the district website (uinta4.com) and/or the district's Facebook page (facebook.com/ucsd4) for updates.
Select a school from the navigation menu above to see information about the schools in our district. In the Mountain View K-8 School, you'll find Grades K-5 attending Mountain View Elementary and Grades 6-8 attending Mountain View Middle School. Grades 9-12 attend Mountain View High School.

Superintendent's Message...

Link to Superintendent's Newsletters

I welcome you to Uinta County School District Four with a great deal of pride in what our school district has to offer and a deep sense of gratitude for having the opportunity to be a part of an amazing school district and community. As your partner in education, we share your desire and commitment to strive to ensure our children are engaged in a meaningful and enjoyable educational experience with the ultimate goal of preparing them to be successful and productive citizens. The school district’s positive and productive partnership with our parents and community requires an unwavering focus and commitment to working together to do what is best for kids.

Uinta County School District Four has established a tradition of excellence academically and in extra-curricular activities. This excellence is made possible by the positive relationship that exists between families and the school district. The many celebrations of students’ successes that we enjoy throughout each school year are a product of an entire community making student success the top priority. We are blessed with outstanding educators whose presence in this district and the positive impact they have on our students’ lives undoubtedly make this world a better place.

The state of Wyoming and the Uinta County School District Four Board of Trustees have made the quality education of our youth a top priority as well. School districts in Wyoming are funded very generously which helps to provide a learning environment that is staffed with the best teachers possible who can teach in a learning environment with very low student to teachers ratios that is focused on maximizing each child’s individual abilities.

I encourage you to use our district website as a source of information and learning, but please don’t hesitate to come by and visit in person if you have further questions or concerns. Speaking on behalf of all staff members in our school district, we welcome the opportunity to engage in conversations pertaining to our mutual goal of educating our children at the highest level and visiting about the many great things happening in Uinta County School District Four.

Yours in Education,
Jeffrey M. Newton
Uinta County School District Four

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