MISSOULA — All meals for Missoula County Public Schools students are free through the end of the year following an extension of US Department of Agriculture funding.
But MCPS needs your help. School officials are asking families who qualify for free or reduced meals to return their form during parent-teacher conferences.
The Free and "Reduced Price" Meal program helps ensure the school can retain important federal funding, which helps MCPS pay for staff, professional development, supplies, technology, and more.
Families who return a form by Nov. 23 will be entered into a raffle for gas, grocery or Montana Club gift cards.
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