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School menus, April 29-May 3

Elementary breakfast

Monday: French toast sticks with sausage, chicken twist sandwich, yogurt with granola, cereal, breakfast protein bar

Tuesday: ham and cheese breakfast pizza, sausage biscuit, fruit and yogurt parfait, cereal, muffin with cheese stick, mini pancakes

Wednesday: Southern-style breakfast, chicken twist sandwich, yogurt with granola, cereal, peanut butter and jelly bar

Thursday: apple cinnamon oatmeal, ham, egg and cheese biscuit, fruit and yogurt parfait, cereal, breakfast protein bar, mini waffles

Friday: breakfast scrambler, sausage biscuit, yogurt with granola, cereal, peanut butter and jelly bar

Elementary lunch

Monday: macaroni and cheese, hot dog, baked beans, roasted potatoes, strawberry fruit cup, garden salad

Tuesday: sweet and sour chicken with veggie fried rice, cheeseburger, green peas, pineapple, garden salad

Wednesday: turkey with mashed potatoes, pizza sticks with marinara sauce, gourmet salad, carrots, oranges, garden salad, roll

Thursday: spaghetti and meat sauce, crispy chicken sandwich, cheesy spinach bake, apple slices, garden salad, roll

Friday: pizza, yogurt, pear slices, carrots with veggie dip, mango strawberry fruit slushie, garden salad

Secondary breakfast

Monday: French toast sticks with sausage, chicken twist sandwich with potato babycakes, yogurt with granola, cereal, breakfast protein bar

Tuesday: ham and cheese breakfast pizza, sausage biscuit with potato babycakes, fruit and yogurt parfait, cereal, muffin with cheese stick, mini pancakes

Wednesday: Southern-style breakfast, chicken twist sandwich with potato babycakes, yogurt with granola, cereal, peanut butter and jelly bar

Thursday: apple cinnamon oatmeal, ham, egg and cheese biscuit with potato babycakes, fruit and yogurt parfait, cereal, breakfast protein bar, mini waffles

Friday: breakfast scrambler, sausage biscuit with potato babycakes, yogurt with granola, cereal, peanut butter and jelly bar

Secondary lunch

Monday: baked ziti, crispy chicken/grilled chicken sandwich, green beans, sweet potato tots

Tuesday: roast turkey with mashed potatoes, pizza, green peas, okra, roll

Wednesday: teriyaki chicken with veggie fried rice, crispy fish nuggets with pineapple salsa, broccoli, potato wedges, garden salad, corn bread

Thursday: spaghetti with meat sauce, pizza, green beans, carrots, garden salad

Friday: Cuban picadillo rice bowl, cheeseburger, Buffalo chicken strips, black beans, okra, garden salad

School menus, April 29-May 3 04/27/13 [Last modified: Thursday, April 25, 2013 4:38pm]
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