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Hillsborough school menus, May 28 - June 1

Elementary breakfast

Monday: no school

Tuesday: French toast sticks with sausage, fruit and yogurt parfait

Wednesday: Southern-style breakfast, egg and cheese biscuit

Thursday: tater tot casserole, sausage biscuit, fruit and yogurt parfait

Friday: Southern-style breakfast, ham, egg and cheese biscuit

Elementary lunch

Monday: no school

Tuesday: veggie lasagna, Southern-style chicken bites, honey-glazed carrots, garden salad with light ranch dressing, fruit cocktail

Wednesday: beef and broccoli rice bowl, fish nuggets with tartar sauce, cheese chef salad, stir-fry vegetables, peach slices, apple slices

Thursday: chicken sliders, macaroni and cheese, roasted squash and sweet potatoes, zucchini slices with veggie dip, banana pudding

Friday: pizza, Southwestern chicken salad, cucumber coins with veggie dip, sliced strawberries, applesauce

Secondary breakfast

Monday: no school

Tuesday: French toast sticks with sausage, ham, egg and cheese biscuit with potato baby cake, biscuits with jelly

Wednesday: Southern-style breakfast, sausage biscuit with potato baby cake, biscuits with jelly

Thursday: tater tot casserole, chicken biscuit with potato baby cake, biscuits with jelly

Friday: breakfast scrambler, sausage biscuit with potato triangle, biscuits with jelly

Secondary lunch

Monday: no school

Tuesday: vegetable lasagna, pizza, honey-glazed carrots, spinach casserole

Wednesday: beef and broccoli rice bowl, Southern-style chicken bites, steamed broccoli, corn

Thursday: chicken sliders, pizza, roasted butternut squash and sweet potatoes, banana pudding

Friday: chicken egg roll with rice, cheeseburger, Buffalo chicken strips, mixed vegetables, tater tot casserole

Hillsborough school menus, May 28 - June 1 05/26/12 [Last modified: Saturday, May 26, 2012 4:30am]
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