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Brandon school menus

Elementary breakfast

Monday: Breakfast stick with syrup, cinnamon toast, buttermilk biscuits with jelly.

Tuesday: Mini buttermilk pancakes with syrup, hot oatmeal with cinnamon sugar, assorted bagel with cream cheese.

Wednesday: Southern style breakfast, sausage biscuit, buttermilk biscuits with jelly.

Thursday: French toast sticks with powdered sugar, Cuban cheese toast, yogurt parfait.

Friday: No school.

Elementary lunch

Monday: Pizza dippers with marinara sauce, grilled cheese sandwich, ham and cheese sub, pineapple tidbits, tomato soup, gelatin cubes, cheese crackers.

Tuesday: Hamburger, Asian chicken rice bowl, turkey and cheese sub, tater tots, steamed broccoli, sliced peaches, birthday cake celebration.

Wednesday: Popcorn chicken, lasagna roll up, vegetarian munch and dip, lima beans and corn, sliced carrots, frozen fruit pop, garlic Parmesan roll.

Thursday: Whole-grain pizza, barbecue Cuban pork sandwich, crustless peanut butter and jelly sandwich, potato wedges, Mandarin oranges, green peas, strawberry fruit cup.

Friday: No school.

Secondary breakfast

Monday: Egg and cheese breakfast burrito , sausage biscuit with potato triangle. Items available all week include cinnamon roll, buttermilk biscuits with gelatin, peanut butter with gelatin bar, cinnamon raisin bagel with light cream cheese, assorted cereal, yogurt with granola, fortified power ring.

Tuesday: Breakfast stick with syrup, ham, egg and cheese biscuit with potato triangle, plain bagel with peanut butter cup.

Wednesday: Southern style breakfast, sausage biscuit with potato triangle, blueberry muffin.

Thursday: French toast sticks with syrup, chicken biscuit with potato triangle.

Friday: No school.

Secondary lunch

Monday: Cheese stromboli, grilled chicken sandwich, pizza dippers with marinara sauce, green beans, veggies with light ranch dip.

Tuesday: Spaghetti with meatballs, cheeseburger, corn dog, steamed broccoli, garlic Parmesan roll.

Wednesday: Roasted chicken, grilled chicken sandwich, pizza, potatoes, lima beans and corn, whole-grain roll.

Thursday: Beef gordita, hot dog, Buffalo chicken strips, Mexican-infused rice, barbecue baked beans.

Friday: No school.

Brandon school menus 10/09/08 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 3:03pm]
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