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Hillsborough school menus, Sept. 5 -9

Elementary breakfast

Monday: no school

Tuesday: breakfast egg casserole, ham and egg and cheese English muffin

Wednesday: Southern-style breakfast, chicken biscuit

Thursday: French toast sticks with syrup, fruit and yogurt parfait

Friday: breakfast scrambler, blueberry muffin with mozzarella cheese

Elementary lunch

Monday: no school

Tuesday: Teriyaki chicken rice bowl, peanut butter and jelly sandwich, stir fry vegetables, frozen fruit pop, carrots with light ranch dip

Wednesday: chicken quesadillas with salsa, corn dog, cheese chef salad, corn, gelatin dessert, broccoli with light ranch dip

Thursday: chicken and broccoli pasta, pizza sticks with marinara sauce, sweet potato tots, green sweet peas, garden salad with light ranch dressing

Friday: pizza, turkey chef salad, pear slices, sliced cucumbers with light ranch dip, cookies

Secondary breakfast

Monday: no school

Tuesday: breakfast egg casserole, egg and cheese English muffin with potato babycakes

Wednesday: Southern-style breakfast, sausage biscuit with potato babycakes, biscuits with jelly

Thursday: French toast sticks with syrup, chicken biscuit with potato babycakes, biscuits with jelly

Friday: breakfast scrambler, sausage biscuit with potato babycakes, biscuits with jelly

Secondary lunch

Monday: no school

Tuesday: sweet and sour chicken rice bowl, pizza sticks with marinara sauce, stir fry vegetables

Wednesday: chicken quesadillas with salsa, cheeseburger, corn, pinto beans and rice

Thursday: chicken and broccoli pasta, pizza, seasoned green beans, sweet potato tots

Friday: egg roll with Oriental rice, hot dog, Buffalo chicken strips, steamed broccoli

Hillsborough school menus, Sept. 5 -9 09/03/11 [Last modified: Saturday, September 3, 2011 4:31am]
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