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School menus, week of May 7-11

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 or yogurt with graham crackers.

Monday: Cinnamon French toast

Tuesday: Omelet sandwich

Wednesday: Glazed pancakes

Thursday: Breakfast pizza

Friday: General Mills Cinni-Minis

Elementary lunches

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

Monday: Hamburger, cheeseburger or fish sandwich

Tuesday: Roasted chicken with cheesy potatoes or turkey/cheese wrap

Wednesday: Sweet and sour pork with egg roll or whole grain Italian Dunkers with marinara sauce

Thursday: Zesty baked ziti with garlic bread stick or chef salad

Friday: Pizza or peanut butter or yogurt dipper box

Middle and high school breakfasts

The same five breakfast combos are offered daily.

• Hot'n Stacked Pack: Features traditional breakfast favorites, such as muffins, waffles, pancakes or French toast.

• Lite'n Healthy Pack: Features yogurt fruit parfaits, lowfat yogurt cups or smoothies.

• Snack'n Go Pack: Features snack-like breakfasts, such as Kellogg PopTarts, Oatmeal bars and Smucker's Uncrustables.

• Grin'n Grain It Pack: Features a variety of whole-grain cereals.

• Grab'n Go Pack: Features a daily hot breakfast sandwich or other meal one can eat on the run.

Each combo comes with either fresh fruit or juice, and a choice of milk.

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. The $2.50 menu always includes a choice of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

Monday: $2.50 menu: Café Favorites sandwich or chicken Caesar salad. $3 menu: Chicken tenders or nuggets with potato roasters, Morningstar Farms Chick'N Nuggets with potato roasters or a chicken Parmesan sandwich.

Tuesday: $2.50 menu: Pasta with meatballs or marinara sauce or chef salad. $3 menu: Hummus platter or cheese or pepperoni personal pizza.

Wednesday: $2.50 menu: Hamburger Jalapeño Jack burger or crispy chicken salad. $3 menu: Twisted turkey sandwich, Morningstar Farms Gardenburger or chicken patty sandwich.

Thursday: $2.50 menu: Hot Italian Piccolo sub or chicken Caesar salad. $3 menu: Turkey and gravy with mashed potatoes, yogurt parfait or cheese or pepperoni pizza round.

Friday: $2.50 menu: Fish sandwich or fiesta taco salad. $3 menu: Nachos, tacos, bean and cheese burrito or chicken patty sandwich.

School menus, week of May 7-11 05/05/12 [Last modified: Saturday, May 5, 2012 11:57am]
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