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School menus: Dec. 20-22

Elementary breakfasts

All elementary breakfasts include a choice of one main fare item, one fruit or 100 percent fruit juice and one milk choice plus an option for cereal with graham crackers.

Monday: Sausage in a pancake or yogurt with graham crackers.

Tuesday: Scrambled eggs with whole wheat toast or muffin loaf with cheese.

Wednesday: Cinnamon french toast or bagel with cream cheese or peanut butter cup.

Elementary lunches

All elementary lunches have a choice of milk and two side dishes. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches available daily. Daily side dish options include fresh fruit, vegetables and juice.

Monday: Beef stew with mashed potatoes or hot Italian sub with choice of mixed veggies, veggie sticks or sliced apples.

Tuesday: Asian chicken and whole grain steamed rice and egg roll or burrito with choice of steamed broccoli, garden salad or peaches.

Wednesday: Barbecue pulled pork on bun or grilled cheese sandwich with choice of soup or baked potato, garden salad or fresh seasonal fruit.

Middle and high school breakfasts

All secondary breakfasts include a choice of one main fare item, one fresh fruit or 100 percent fruit juice and one milk choice plus an option for cereal with breakfast bread.

Monday: French toast, cinnamon toast, yogurt parfait, ultimate breakfast round or whole grain muffins.

Tuesday: Breakfast sandwich, yogurt parfait or whole grain muffins with or without hash browns.

Wednesday: Breakfast combo, breakfast burrito, yogurt parfait, ultimate breakfast round or whole grain muffins.

Middle and high school lunches

All secondary lunches include an entree, a milk choice and a choice of any two hot vegetable and/or side options. Assorted fruit varies by school.

Monday: $2.50 menu: Chicken sandwich or chef salad. $3 menu: Cheese or pepperoni pizza round, Asian chicken and rice with egg roll or Asian vegetarian bowl.

Tuesday: $2.50 menu: Pizza sticks with marinara or chicken Caesar salad. $3 menu: Yogurt parfait, chicken tenders with potato roasters, veggie chicken tenders with potato roasters or tuna wrap.

Wednesday: $2.50 menu: Hamburger, cheeseburger or vegetarian black bean garden burger. $3 menu: Cheese or pepperoni pizza slice or crispy chicken salad.

Note: No school on Thursday and Friday

School menus: Dec. 20-22 12/18/10 [Last modified: Saturday, December 18, 2010 11:21am]
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