Ephraim Middle

Free Breakfast & Lunch


Parents or Guardians:

The United States Department of Agriculture has announced that starting Monday, September 14th all students in our district can eat breakfast and lunch for free.  This will be offered until funds run out or December 18, 2020, whichever happens first.   

Lunch Balances—If your student has a negative lunch balance you will be responsible to bring it current.  If your student currently has funds in their lunch account, we will hold those funds and use them when the free lunch program ends. 

Online Students—If your student is online you will still need to call your student’s school the morning you wish to pick up lunch. If your online student wants breakfast and or lunch you will need to contact their school to arrange pick up times.

  • If your online student is in elementary, they must get their lunch from the elementary that they are enrolled in.
  • If you have a middle school online student, they must pick their lunch up at the middle school they are enrolled in.
  • If you have a high school online student, they must pick their lunch up at the high school they are enrolled in.

If you have any questions regarding this change, feel free to reach out to the school. Thank you for your support of the Sanpete School District lunch program.

Delene Coates

School Nutrition Supervisor

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EMS Parents, Guardians & Students:

We are super excited and ready to start school tomorrow 8/20/20.  We appreciate your support and look forward to seeing your students.  To make tomorrow a great day, please read the following:


  1. Our school building doors will open at 7:30 am
  2. The first bell rings at 7:55 am, and class begins at 8:00 am
  3. Don’t forget your mask!  As you enter the building please put your mask on.
  4. Students will need to go to their 1st period class immediately after going to their locker.
  5. Come with your iPad charged and ready to go
  6. Bring a backpack
  7. Bring a refillable water bottle w/ students name on it
  8. Have a positive attitude…why?  Because we get to come back to school!!!


We know this year is going to be different and we are all doing our best to make the best of our situation.  Teachers are also aware of the need for fresh air and will periodically be taking their students outside for a break.

Just as a reminder if you have students who will be riding the bus, they will need to wear a face mask on the bus, the entire time.  Bused students will also have assigned seating.

Those students who will be dropped off in front of the school, please make sure you pull all the way forward and have your mask on before exiting your vehicle.

The faculty and staff here at Ephraim Middle School are very excited your students have the to option of attending school in person.  We feel very fortunate and blessed to be starting this year.  Thank you again for your continual support of your students education.  We will see you bright and early tomorrow morning.


-Ephraim Middle School


Schedule through August
Thur. Aug. 20 - Early Out @ 1:40
Fri. Aug. 21 - Early Out @ 1:40

Mon. Aug. 24 - Early Out @ 1:40
Tue. Aug. 25 - Regular Dismissal @ 2:40
Wed. Aug. 26 - Regular Dismissal @ 2:40
Thur. Aug. 27 - Regular Dismissal @ 2:40
Fri. Aug. 28 - Early Out @ 1:40

Mon. Aug. 31 - Early Out @ 1:40



We will be sending information out to you as soon as we receive it from our School District Online Liaison.  This may not be till Friday or Monday of next week.  Thank you for your patience!


Bell Schedule
Link to Ephraim Middle School Bell Schedule - COVID


Ephraim Middle School Bus Schedule


If you need to register your student, you will need to call the school and make an appointment.  (435) 283-4037

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Dear Students, Parents/Guardians,

            The faculty and staff at Ephraim Middle School are excited to begin this upcoming school year. It is our commitment to keep our students, teachers and staff safe during these unprecedented times. Under the direction of Governor Hebert, Utah State School Board of Education, Central Utah Health Department and local leaders we have been provided guidance on how to open our school as safely as possible. Ephraim Middle School has created a plan to meet these guidelines. We ask for your support as we begin this school year. Please be patient as the guidelines are very fluid and may be modified. In preparation for the upcoming year we have created a list of supplies and guidance to start the year as safely as possible.

  • Masks (Governor Herbert has mandated all students and faculty must wear masks within the school and while riding the bus. We recommend masks that can be washed and sanitized).
  • Backpack (We strongly encourage students to have a backpack, we will limit the amount of times students stop at their lockers and encourage students to carry their supplies from class to class).
  • Water Bottle (We encourage students to fill and bring a water bottle from home).
  • Drop Off Time (Ephraim Middle School will open the doors at 7:30, please do not drop students off earlier. As you drop students off, we remind each of you to pull forward as far as you can in the drop off area to ease traffic congestion).
  • Social Distancing (When students enter the building, they will need to head to their first period class and avoid grouping in the common areas).
  • Assigned Seating (All students will have assigned seats during class. Each student will be assigned an area and a table to eat lunch).

We are empathetic to the fact that this school year will be very different than anything in the past. As we navigate through the opening of this school year, we once again ask for your support as we try to implement the guidance to keep students, teachers and staff safe.

Thank you for your support.

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