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Hillsborough school menus for Feb. 23-27

Elementary breakfast

Monday: French toast sticks, sausage biscuit.

Tuesday: Ham and cheese breakfast pizza, egg and cheese muffin, yogurt and fruit parfait.

Wednesday: Southern-style breakfast, roll, biscuits.

Thursday: Breakfast stick, oatmeal, cream cheese bagel.

Friday: Breakfast scrambler, cinnamon toast, biscuits.

Elementary lunch

Monday: Corn dog, barbecue riblet sandwich, peas, chicken noodle soup, pineapple, dolphin cheese crackers.

Tuesday: Grilled chicken sandwich, gordita, chef salad, potato smiles, fruit mix, broccoli, rice.

Wednesday: Chicken nuggets, crispy chicken, cheese stick munch n' dip, shells and cheese, celery sticks, pears, roll.

Thursday: Chicken sandwich, barbecue sandwich, vegetarian munch n' dip, potatoes au gratin, beans, gelatin cubes, pudding.

Friday: Whole-grain pizza, yogurt munch n' dip, fish sandwich, corn, salad, fruit, pretzel twists.Secondary breakfast

Monday: French toast, sausage biscuit with potato, roll. Items available all week are: peanut butter and jelly bar, bagel, graham bear, yogurt with granola.

Tuesday: Mini buttermilk pancakes, egg and cheese English muffin with potato triangle, cinnamon roll, buttermilk biscuits.

Wednesday: Southern-style breakfast, breakfast burrito bar, sausage biscuit with potato triangle, cinnamon roll.

Thursday: Breakfast stick, chicken biscuit with potato triangle, cinnamon roll.

Friday: Waffle sticks, ham egg and biscuit with potato, roll.

Secondary lunch

Monday: Macaroni and cheese, chicken supreme, chicken sandwich, pizza, vegetables, peach cobbler, corn bread.

Tuesday: Asian chicken rice bowl, cheeseburger, chicken nuggets, alphabet soup, broccoli.

Wednesday: Burrito bowl, grilled chicken supreme, chicken sandwich, pizza, tater tots, celery.

Thursday: Baked ziti, barbecue riblet sandwich, Buffalo chicken strips, peas, pudding, roll.

Friday: Cuban pork with rice, cheeseburger, pizza, fish sandwich, potato, broccoli, toast.

Hillsborough school menus for Feb. 23-27 02/19/09 [Last modified: Thursday, February 19, 2009 3:30am]
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