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Tampa school lunch offerings, April 26-30

Elementary breakfast

Monday: French toast sticks with powdered sugar, apple fruit turnover, banana mini loaf

Tuesday: breakfast stick with syrup, oatmeal with cinnamon sugar, fruit and yogurt parfait

Wednesday: Southern-style breakfast, chicken biscuit, biscuits with jelly

Thursday: sausage biscuit, cinnamon roll, biscuits with jelly

Friday: No school.

Elementary lunch

Monday: corn dog turkey bites, cheeseburger, cheese stick, corn on the cob, barbecued baked beans, pineapple bits, Goldfish cheese crackers

Tuesday: chicken nuggets, Asian chicken rice bowl, cheese chef salad, potato wedges, broccoli, oranges, assorted fruit bits

Wednesday: chicken supreme sandwich, cheese ravioli with marinara sauce, ham and cheese sub, peach slices, green beans, carrots, pineapple upside down cake

Thursday: grilled cheese sandwich, beef gordita, Asian chicken salad, tomato soup, green peas, strawberry fruit cup, gelatin dessert

Friday: No school.

Secondary breakfast

Monday: French toast sticks with syrup, sausage biscuit with potato triangle, cinnamon roll, biscuits with jelly

Tuesday: mini pancakes with syrup, egg and cheese English muffin with potato triangle, cinnamon roll

Wednesday: Southern-style breakfast, sausage biscuit with potato triangle, cinnamon roll, biscuits with jelly

Thursday: breakfast stick with syrup, chicken biscuit with potato triangle, cinnamon roll, biscuits with jelly

Friday: No school.

Secondary lunch

Monday: macaroni and cheese, chicken supreme or grilled chicken sandwich, cheese quesadillas, California blend vegetables, peach cobbler, corn bread

Tuesday: Asian chicken rice bowl, hot Italian sub, chicken nuggets, broccoli

Wednesday: chicken gordita, chicken supreme or grilled chicken sandwich, pizza, deli roaster potatoes, pineapple upside down cake

Thursday: chicken Parmesan with buttered noodles, grilled cheese sandwich, spicy chicken mini burgers, green beans, tomato soup

Friday: No school.

Tampa school lunch offerings, April 26-30 04/22/10 [Last modified: Thursday, April 22, 2010 11:22am]
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