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Image of graham crackers, yogurt, and cereal with a basketball and tennis racket for the School Breakfast Challenge. National School Breakfast Week will be March 6th through March 10th 2017.


School Lunch, You’ll Love

There are many great options on the menu this year. 

Image of an Asian Bowl with vegetables, rice and broccoli.High School Lunch Bowls – look for them on Mondays and Fridays Mandarin Chicken Bowl, Teriyaki Chicken Bowl, General Tso Chicken Bowl, and Chicken Cheesy Mashed Potato Bowl.

Seasonal Favorites – Warm up with Soup and Sandwich or Chili and a Baked Potato.

Breakfast for Lunch – Featured every other Tuesday, try the Chicken Tenders and Waffles or Sausage, Egg and Cheese Biscuit.Image of what breakfast for lunch might look like with a Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit.

Wowbutter and Jelly Sandwich – The Wowbutter and Jelly Sandwich is our take on the classic PB&J but it’s PEANUT and NUT FREE. Made with soybeans, Wowbutter is a complete protein food and a nutritious alternative to peanut butter.

Chef Salads – Our Chef Salads have been a favorite for years.  Romaine lettuce topped with carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes, cheddar cheese and a choice of meats.  Served with either a roll or flatbread.  Offered daily in the high schools and on Tuesday and Thursday in the elementary and middle schools.   Availability is subject to change after holiday breaks.

Image of a Peach Yogurt ParfaitFruit and Yogurt Parfait – The Fruit and Yogurt Parfait contains vanilla yogurt layered with fruit and topped with granola.  

Ravioli with Meat Sauce – featured in high schools Cheese filled mini ravioli topped with our hearty meat sauce and sprinkled with Parmesan cheese. 

 

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Published by Jennifer Rozier on February 20, 2017
        
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