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Pasco schools lunch menus

Elementary breakfasts

Include a choice of one main fare item, one fruit or 100 percent fruit juice and one milk choice.

Monday: Waffles, cereal or yogurt with grahams.

Tuesday: Breakfast bagel, cereal with grahams, muffin loaf with cheese.

Wednesday: Ham, egg and cheese sandwich; cereal with grahams, peanut butter wafer bar.

Thursday: Chicken biscuit, cereal or yogurt with grahams.

Friday: Breakfast bar, cereal with grahams, muffin loaf with cheese.

Elementary lunches

Include choice of milk and choice of two vegetables or fruit. Varied daily are chilled fruit or fruit cup, frozen juice bar, fresh fruit, chilled juice.

Monday: Chicken nuggets or tenders with whole grain roll; tuna salad or hummus lunch pack.

Tuesday: Roast beef with mashed potatoes and roll; bean burrito.

Wednesday: Turkey hot dog, barbecue sandwich.

Thursday: Pasta with meat or marinara sauce and whole grain breadstick; chef salad.

Friday: Pizza, or peanut butter or yogurt dipper box.

Middle and high school breakfasts

Include choice of whole grain cereal with breakfast bread, fresh fruit, 100 percent fruit juice, choice of milk.

Monday: French toast, whole grain muffins.

Tuesday: Egg, cheese and sausage sandwich; muffin loaf with cheese.

Wednesday: Cinnamon roll, yogurt with granola.

Thursday: Cheese omelet with biscuit, ultimate breakfast bar.

Friday: Breakfast swirl roll or Bagel-ful.

Middle school lunches

Include choices of vegetables, fruit smoothie, juice bar, assorted fruits, chilled juice, choice of milk.

Monday: $2.50 menu: Macaroni and cheese or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Pizza round or tuna salad.

Tuesday: $2.50 menu: Chef salad, hot cafe sandwich or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Chicken tenders with roasted potatoes or hummus platter.

Wednesday: $2.50 menu: Hamburger, cheeseburger, veggie burger or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Crispy chicken salad or pizza slice.

Thursday: $2.50 menu: Pizza sticks with marinara sauce, chicken Caesar salad or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Turkey and gravy with mashed potatoes and a roll.

Friday: $2.50 menu: Chicken sandwich, fish sandwich or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Yogurt platter or Fiesta Friday.

High school lunches

Include choices of vegetables, fruit smoothie, juice bar, assorted fruits, chilled juice, choice of milk.

Monday: $2.50 menu: Roasted chicken with macaroni and cheese, chicken sandwich or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Pizza round or tuna salad.

Tuesday: $2.50 menu: Chef salad, hot cafe sandwich or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Chicken tenders with potato roasters, or hummus platter.

Wednesday: $2.50 menu: Hamburger, cheeseburger, veggie burger or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Crispy chicken salad or pizza slice.

Thursday: $2.50 menu: Pizza sticks with marinara sauce, chicken Caesar salad or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Turkey and gravy with mashed potatoes and roll, hot Italian Piccolo sub.

Friday: $2.50 menu: Chicken sandwich, fish sandwich or peanut butter and jelly sandwich. $3 menu: Yogurt platter or Fiesta Friday.

Pasco schools lunch menus 03/13/10 [Last modified: Saturday, March 13, 2010 10:09am]
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