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Pinellas County school lunch menus

Elementary schools have a choice of one entree or cold sandwich and two fruits or vegetables, or salad plate meal and one fruit or vegetable. Meatless entree, chef salad and cold sandwich selection available daily. Both include choice of low-fat, skim or skim chocolate milk and bread or crackers and dessert when available.

Middle and high school menus rotate every two weeks and vary between schools.

Meal pay Plus: Make payments using credit card, debit card or check and check account balances on line at www.mealpayplus.com or call 1-800-961-2103

27 Today

Student involvement day

Menu to be chosen by a group of students at each individual school.

28 Thursday

Breaded chicken, macaroni and beef, spaghetti with meat sauce, farmer's salad, sweet potatoes, romaine salad, assorted fruit and juice, whole wheat bread, dessert.

29 Friday

Pizza variety, fish sandwich, tossed salad, steamed carrots, assorted fruit and juice, bread basket.

1 Monday

No School

2 Tuesday

Hot turkey sandwich, mac and cheese, mashed potatoes, romaine salad, mixed veggies, assorted fruit and juice, whole wheat bread, dessert.

3 Wednesday

Asian chicken, chalupa, lettuce and tomato salad, oriental vegetables, assorted fruit and juice, whole wheat roll.

4 Thursday

Cuban pork, grilled cheese, broccoli, tomato soup, veggies with dip, assorted fruit and juice, crackers, dessert.

5 Friday

Pizza variety, fish sticks, tossed salad, broccoli Normandy, assorted fruit and juice, bread basket.

Need more information on the school district's wellness policy guidelines? Visit www.pinellas.k12.fl.us/CI/STEPS/wellness.html

Pinellas County school lunch menus 08/26/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, August 26, 2008 4:30am]
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