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School menus: Aug. 24-28

Elementary breakfasts

Choice of one main fare item, one fruit or 100 percent fruit juice and one milk choice.

Monday: Waffle or yogurt with graham crackers.

Tuesday: Breakfast bagel or muffin loaf with cheese.

Wednesday: Chicken biscuit or peanut butter wafer bar.

Thursday: Egg, cheese and ham whole grain sandwich or yogurt with graham cracker.

Friday: Ultimate breakfast bar or muffin loaf with cheese.

Elementary lunches

Choice of milk and choice of two vegetables or fruit. Varied daily are chilled fruit or fruit cup, frozen juice bar, fresh fruit, chilled juice.

Monday: Chicken nuggets with whole grain roll or tuna sandwich with Chez stick.

Tuesday: Fiesta tacos or yogurt dipper box.

Wednesday: Turkey hot dog or grilled cheese sandwich.

Thursday: Pasta with meat sauce and bread stick or turkey and cheese sandwich.

Friday: Pizza slice or peanut butter dipper box.

Middle and high school breakfasts

Choice of whole grain cereal with breakfast bread, fresh fruit, 100 percent fruit juice, choice of milk.

Monday: Cinnamonfrench toast with sausage, french toast sticks or twin muffins.

Tuesday: Egg, cheese and sausage sandwich or muffin loaf with cheese.

Wednesday: Cinnamon roll or yogurt with granola.

Thursday: Cheese omelet with biscuit or ultimate breakfast round.

Friday: Swirl breakfast roll or bagel-ful.

Middle school lunches

Choices of vegetables, fruit smoothie, juice bar, fruits, chilled juice, choice of milk.

Monday: $2.50 menu: Chicken nuggets with potato roasters and roll, chicken Caesar salad or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: hot deli sandwich.

Tuesday: $2.50 menu: Crispy spicy chicken sandwich, chicken Caesar salad or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Cuban pork with yellow rice and black beans or roast pork with mashed potatoes and gravy.

Wednesday: $2.50 menu: Hamburger, cheeseburger, vegetarian burger, hot dog or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Crispy chicken, tuna salad or pizza slice.

Thursday: $2.50 menu: Pasta with meatballs, or meat sauce or marinara and a garlic bread stick, or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Hummus platter, pizza round or chicken BLT salad.

Friday: $2.50 menu: Crispy or spicy chicken sandwich or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Nacho supreme or yogurt platter.

High school lunches

Choices of vegetables, fruit smoothie, juice bar, fruits, chilled juice, choice of milk.

Monday: $2.50 menu: Chicken Caesar salad, garlic flat bread with marinara sauce or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Twisted turkey sandwich, chicken tenders with potato roasters and roll or deli sandwich.

Tuesday: $2.50 menu: Choice of chicken sandwich, chicken Caesar salad or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Cuban pork with rice and beans, roast pork with mashed potatoes and gravy or pizza round.

Wednesday: $2.50 menu: Hamburger, cheeseburger, vegetarian burger, hot dog or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Crispy chicken, tuna salad or pizza slice.

Thursday: $2.50 menu: Pasta with meatballs, meat sauce or marinara and bread stick, or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Hummus platter, pizza round or deli hoagie sandwich.

Friday: $2.50 menu: Crispy or spicy chicken sandwich, hot cafe sandwich, chicken Caesar salad or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Nacho supreme or yogurt platter.

School menus: Aug. 24-28 08/22/09 [Last modified: Saturday, August 22, 2009 10:19am]
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