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Hillsborough school menus, Oct. 27-31

Elementary breakfast

Monday: French toast sticks, ham and cheese pizza, bagels.

Tuesday: Sausage biscuit, cinnamon toast, biscuits with jelly.

Wednesday: Southern style breakfast, chicken biscuit, biscuits with jelly.

Thursday: Mini buttermilk pancakes, Cuban cheese toast, French toast, graham squares.

Friday: Southern style breakfast, peanut butter and jelly bar, biscuits with jelly.

Elementary lunch

Monday: Pizza dippers, grilled cheese sandwich, tuna salad wrap, alphabet soup, corn on the cob, fruit pop, gelatin cubes.

Tuesday: Hot dog, cheeseburger macaroni, cheese chef salad, potato wedges, peach slices, green beans, barbecue baked beans.

Wednesday: Roasted chicken, beef nachos, ham chef salad, buttered noodles, grapes, green peas, roll.

Thursday: Chicken nuggets, beef and bean burrito, cheese stick munch n' dip, potato smiles, steamed broccoli, fruit mix, banana pudding.

Friday: Whole-grain pizza, yogurt munch n' dip, whole-kernel corn, carroteenies, applesauce, Halloween treat.

Secondary breakfast

Monday: Egg and cheese breakfast burrito, sausage biscuit with potato. Items available all week are cinnamon roll, biscuits with jelly, peanut butter and jelly bar, bagel, cereal, yogurt with granola, fortified power ring.

Tuesday: Breakfast stick, ham egg and cheese biscuit with potato.

Wednesday: Southern style breakfast, sausage biscuit with potato.

Thursday: Oatmeal, chicken biscuit.

Friday: Breakfast scrambler, sausage biscuit with potato.

Secondary lunch

Monday: Beef and bean burrito, grilled chicken supreme, chicken sandwich, pizza dippers, grilled cheese sandwich, tomato soup, macaroni and cheese.

Tuesday: Chicken gordita, cheeseburger, Philly cheese steak sandwich, whole-kernel corn, Mexican infused rice.

Wednesday: Turkey and gravy, grilled chicken supreme, chicken sandwich, harvest pizza, potatoes, grapes and peaches, roll.

Thursday: Beef nachos, hot dog, Buffalo chicken strips, peas, pinto beans and rice.

Friday: Chicken fajita salad, cheeseburger, pizza dippers, potato wedges, broccoli, Halloween treat.

Hillsborough school menus, Oct. 27-31 10/23/08 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 4:57pm]
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