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Pasco school menus

School menus

Elementary breakfasts

Elementary breakfasts feature a main item plus a choice of low-fat milk and a choice of a fresh fruit or 100 percent fruit juice. Choices include:

Snack Pack: Muffins, Pop-Tarts and cereal bars.

'Moove' Pack: Yogurt with or without Elf Grahams.

Bowl Pack: A variety of whole-grain, reduced-sugar cereals with or without Elf Grahams.

Hot pack: Hot options like pancakes, breakfast pizza or sandwiches.

Elementary lunches

All elementary school lunches include an entree, a milk choice, a fruit choice and a choice of any two vegetable options. Peanut butter and jelly sandwich available daily.

Monday: Hummus dipper box, tuna fishwich, turkey burger, turkey cheeseburger.

Tuesday: Shepherd's pie, dinner roll, southwest pizza.

Wednesday: Lean Machine combo, Sloppy Joe sandwich, crispy chicken bites, soft pretzel rod.

Thursday: Macaroni and cheese with garlic bread stick, cafe sub.

Friday: French Market combo, Go Fish basket, cheese pizza, pepperoni pizza.

Middle and high school breakfasts

Secondary breakfasts feature a main item, plus a choice of low-fat milk, and a choice of a fresh fruit or 100 percent fruit juice. Choices include:

Hot'n Stacked Pack: Muffins, waffles, pancakes, French toast or other traditional breakfast favorites.

Lite'n Healthy Pack: Yogurt fruit parfaits, low-fat yogurt cups or smoothies.

Grain'n Eat It Pack: A variety of whole-grain cereals are available.

Snack'n Go Pack: A snack-like choice.

Grab'n Go Pack: A hot breakfast sandwich or other meal students can eat "on the go."

Middle and high school lunches

All middle school lunches include an entree, a milk choice, a fruit choice and a choice of any two vegetable options. Middle school lunches always offer a peanut butter and jelly sandwich option for $2.50. All high school lunches include an entree, a milk choice, and a choice of any two vegetable and any two fruit options.

Middle school lunches

Monday: $2.50 menu: Hummus dipper box. $3 menu: Tuna fishwich, turkey burger, turkey cheeseburger, grilled chicken Caesar salad, spicy chicken Caesar salad, Asian chicken tenders.

Tuesday: $2.50 menu: Shepherd's pie and dinner roll. $3 menu: Southwest pizza, antipasto salad, cheese pizza, pepperoni pizza.

Wednesday: $2.50 menu: Lean Machine combo. $3 menu: Sloppy Joe sandwich, crispy chicken bites, buffalo chicken bites, soft pretzel rod, chicken salad bread bowl, taco stacker, tortilla dippin' chips.

Thursday: $2.50 menu: Macaroni and cheese with garlic bread stick. $3 menu: Cafe sub, chef salad, grilled spicy chicken sandwich.

Friday: $2.50 menu: French Market combo. $3 menu: Cheese pizza, pepperoni pizza, Go Fish basket, buffalo chicken salad, build your own burrito or rice bowl.

High school lunches

Monday: $2.50 menu: Hummus combo. $3 menu: Grilled chicken Caesar salad, spicy chicken Caesar salad, garden salad, cheese pizza, pepperoni pizza, turkey pot pie bowl, bread bowl.

Tuesday: $2.50 menu: Just Plain Nutty combo. $3 menu: Chef salad, garden salad, chicken patty sandwich, spicy chicken sandwich, grilled spicy chicken sandwich, pasta with marinara or meat sauce, bread stick.

Wednesday: $2.50 menu: Moo Over fruit parfait or educational snack. $3 menu: Buffalo chicken salad, garden salad, build your own burrito or rice bowl, chicken wings, soft pretzel, Cubanita hoagie.

Thursday: $2.50 menu: Italian piccolo or Lean Machine combo. $3 menu: Grilled chicken Caesar salad, spicy chicken Caesar salad, garden salad, hamburger, cheeseburger, sandwich toppings, choice of calzone.

Friday: $2.50 menu: French Market combo. $3 menu: Caribbean chicken salad, garden salad, crispy chicken tenders, Buffalo chicken tenders, Asian chicken tenders, fish nuggets, yellow rice, taco stacker, tortilla dippin' chips.

Pasco school menus 04/03/14 [Last modified: Thursday, April 3, 2014 6:37pm]
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