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Hernando public schools menus

The following breakfasts and lunches will be served in Hernando County schools this week. Students have a choice of fruit juice and flavored or unflavored milk. Elementary students can select two side dishes with their lunch; middle and high school students can select three side dishes.

Elementary breakfast

Monday: Breakfast pizza or cereal with mini bagel.

Tuesday: Chicken and biscuit or Breakfast Breaks.

Wednesday: Pizza bagel or cereal with Goldfish pretzels.

Thursday: Sausage biscuit or Breakfast Breaks.

Friday: Pancake on a stick or yogurt with cereal bar.

Middle school breakfast

Monday: Breakfast pizza with stuffed cheese stick or cereal with mini bagel.

Tuesday: Chicken and biscuit with animal crackers or Breakfast Breaks.

Wednesday: Pizza bagel with Goldfish crackers or cereal with Goldfish pretzels.

Thursday: Sausage biscuit with Belly Bear Grahams or Breakfast Breaks.

Friday: Pancake on a stick with cereal bar or yogurt with cereal bar.

Note: Breakfast Breaks are boxed meals that include cereal, juice and a snack.

High school breakfast

Daily: French toast sticks, pancakes and sausage, two biscuits and a sausage patty, two biscuits and a chicken patty, breakfast pizza with stuffed cheese stick, sausage in a pancake and a cereal bar, or a choice of cereal with a bagel.

Elementary and middle school lunch

Monday — Entrees: Turkey and cheese hoagie, chicken parmegiana sandwich, chicken sandwich, turkey corn dog. Choice of sides: Mixed green salad, soft baked pretzel rod, applesauce.

Tuesday — Entrees: Chef salad, chicken caesar wrap, beef taco bowl, shrimp poppers with biscuit. Choice of sides: Tossed salad, seasoned rice, fresh fruit.

Wednesday — Entrees: Tossed vegetable salad, chicken salad pita, hot dog, Minh pork egg rolls. Choice of sides: Lettuce and tomato salad, potato triangles, chilled mixed fruit.

Thursday — Entrees: Caesar salad, peanut butter and jelly Uncrustable (elementary choice only), ham and cheese on a bun (middle school choice only), popcorn chicken with breadstick, Italian pasta with breadstick. Choice of sides: Fresh carrot sticks, baked chips, chilled peaches.

Friday — Entrees: Chicken caesar salad, ham and cheese wrap (elementary choice only), peanut butter and jelly Uncrustable (middle school choice only); hamburger, Uno pizza (elementary choice only), Mexican fiestada pizza (middle school choice only). Choice of sides: Antipasto salad, seasoned corn, fresh fruit.

High school lunch

Daily: Turkey and cheese hoagie, chicken caesar wrap, various pizza meals, spicy chicken sandwich, chicken sandwich, hamburger, cheeseburger, hot dog, chicken nuggets, chef salad, caesar salad and chicken caesar salad.

Monday — Entrees: Meatball sub or chicken fajitas. Choice of sides: Onion rings, fresh vegetable cup, tossed salad, chilled peaches.

Tuesday — Entrees: Italian pasta, corn dog or mini corn dogs. Choice of sides: Seasoned green beans, fresh vegetable cup, tossed salad, fresh fruit.

Wednesday — Entrees: Barbecue rib sandwich or turkey pot pie. Choice of sides: Au gratin potatoes, fresh vegetable cup, tossed salad, chilled pears.

Thursday — Entrees: Macaroni and cheese or chili cheese hot dog. Choice of sides: Seasoned California-blend vegetables, fresh vegetable cup, tossed salad, chilled applesauce.

Friday — Entrees: Baked chicken or spicy fish tenders. Choice of sides: Mashed potatoes with gravy, fresh vegetable cup, tossed salad, fresh fruit.

Hernando public schools menus 04/18/09 [Last modified: Saturday, April 18, 2009 4:31am]
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