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School breakfast and lunch 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: No school.

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: No school.

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 No school.

Tuesday — Entrees: Tossed vegetable salad, ham and cheese hoagie, beef tacos, barbecue chicken chips. Choice of sides: Broccoli with (or without) cheese, baked beans, fresh fruit.

Wednesday — Entrees: Caesar salad, turkey and cheese wrap, stuffed cheese sticks with dipping sauce, chicken fajita. Choice of sides: Tossed salad, potato triangles, chilled peaches.

Thursday — Entrees: Tossed vegetable salad, peanut butter and jelly Uncrustable (elementary choice only), ham and cheese wrap (middle school choice only), chicken nuggets with breadstick, lasagna with breadstick. Choice of sides: Antipasto salad, seasoned green beans, chilled pears.

Friday — Entrees: Caesar salad, chicken salad wrap, stuffed crust pizza (elementary choice only), cheeseburger (middle school choice only), fish sticks with roll. Choice of sides: Lettuce and tomato salad, baked chips, 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 No school.

Tuesday — Entrees: Stuffed cheese sticks with dipping sauce or pork lo mein. Choice of sides: Seasoned peas, vegetable cup, tossed salad, fresh fruit.

Wednesday — Entrees: Chicken parmesan with pasta or teriyaki beef dippers with fried rice. Choice of sides: Seasoned carrots, tossed salad, fresh vegetable cup, chilled pineapple.

Thursday — Entrees: Turkey and gravy with biscuit, or beefy nachos. Choice of sides: Broccoli with (or without) cheese, fresh vegetable cup, tossed salad, chilled peaches..

Friday — Entrees: Italian lasagna or shrimp poppers. Choice of sides: Seasoned corn, fresh vegetable cup, tossed salad, fresh fruit.

School breakfast and lunch menus 04/11/09 [Last modified: Saturday, April 11, 2009 11:03am]
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