Free Lunches Extended!

Free lunches extended through May, 28, 2021.
Free Lunches for Students Attending Uinta 4!

Big News! The USDA has extended waivers which allow Uinta 4 to provide free school lunches for all students enrolled in Mountain View K-8 and Mountain View High School throughout the 2020-21 school year.

Students attending Mountain View K-8 and Mountain View High School will continue to receive lunch free of charge through Friday, May 28, 2021.

Students who choose extra milk (K-12) or bottled water (High School only) will still need to pay the ala carte price. Extra milk = $.50 Bottled water (HS only) = $1.00

Please contact Kim Dolezal at 307-782-3377 or if you have any questions.

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