School Lunch

Pandemic-Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) Our families can apply for P-EBT here: jobs.utah.gov/covid19/pebt/ SNAP Application Guadalupe School is a Community Eligibility Provision school, meaning all children in attendance receive free lunch. Utah kids who qualified for free or reduced fee lunches will now get $308 from a federal program. Families who do not already receive SNAP […]

Volunteer

Tutor a Adult​Volunteers are the heart and soul of Guadalupe’s Adult Education program. Over 160 community members donate their time every year to provide instruction to our adult students. Volunteers do not need to have teaching experience or know a second language. For more information, contact Kate Brainerd at 801-531-6100 (ext. 102) or kate.brainerd@guadschool.org. Tutor […]

Give

Give to Guadalupe School   For questions about donations, please contact ​Becky Youkstetter at (801) 531-6102 orbecky.youkstetter@guadschool.org. All donations are 100% tax deductible​. Privacy Policy: This non-profit will not share or sell a donor’s personal information with anyone else, nor send donor mailings on ​behalf of other organizations. Prefer to write a check? Send your […]

Get Involved

Education is a life-long pursuit. Support from community members like you is essential to Guadalupe’s mission of transforming lives through education. Your donation supports the advancement of low-income children and families, helping them in their journey of learning and building skills to elevate them from a generational cycle of poverty to live happy, healthy, and productive […]

History

Since 1966, Guadalupe School has provided hope to thousands of Utah’s children and adults through our mission: transforming lives through education.  In 1966, Suzanne Weiss, in partnership with Father Jerald Merrill of the local Catholic diocese, began teaching English to adult immigrants in Salt Lake City, and Guadalupe School was born. Suzanne quickly realized that not only […]

About

Our History Since 1966, Guadalupe School has provided hope to thousands of Utah’s children and adults through our mission: transforming lives through education. In 1966, Suzanne Weiss, in partnership with Father Jerald Merrill of the local Catholic diocese, began teaching English to adult immigrants in Salt Lake City, and Guadalupe School was born. Suzanne quickly realized that […]