Late start, Wednesday, February 20th at 10 AM. Buses two hours later than normal.
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29
Breakfast:
Assorted Cereal

Lunch:
Corn dog 31
Mac-n-cheese 24
Baked Beans 29

30
Breakfast:
Biscuits/gravy 37+ 9
Scrambled Eggs 2
Sausage 2

Lunch:
Meatball Sub 39
Queso Cheese 2
Black olives & onions
Carrots.05 w/ Ranch TBSP 3
Seasoned Curly Fries 17

1
Breakfast:
Breakfast Pizza 25

Lunch:
Pizza 46
Corn 18
Salad 1.5

2
Breakfast:
Breakfast Burrito 26

Lunch:
Chicken Quesadilla 32
Nacho Cheese 12
Re-fried Beans 25
Salsa 4

3
Breakfast:
Muffins
Yogurt 16

Lunch:
Hamburger 36
Cheese 2
lettuce, tomato, pickle 2
Chips (see pkg)
Ketchup pkt 3

6
Breakfast:
Poptarts

Lunch:
BBQ Chicken legs 6
Fried Chicken 6
Mac-n-cheese 24
Corn on cob 18.70

7
Breakfast:
Biscuit n Gravy 37+9

Lunch:
Beef Tips 11
Egg Noodles 45
Salisbury Steak 10
Steamed Broc. 2

8
Breakfast:
Breakfast Pizza 25

Lunch:
Chicken Fried Steak 23
or
Chicken Fried Chicken 16
Mashed Potatoes 30
Gravy 9
Green Beans 3
Hot Roll 29

9
Breakfast:
Oatmeal 39

Lunch:
Sweet n Sour Chicken 25
Fried Rice 27
or
Lo Mein Noodles 38
Egg Rolls 5

10
Breakfast:
PBJ Uncrustables 28

Lunch:
Hot dogs 2+19
Chili 8
Cheese 2
Chips(see pkg)

13
Breakfast:
Bagel 37
Cream Cheese
(strawberry 5 or
plain 1.5)

Lunch:
Mgr.'s choice

14
Breakfast:
Biscuits/gravy 37+9
Scrambled Eggs 2
Sausage 2

Lunch:
Mgr.'s choice

15
Breakfast:
Mgr.'s choice

Lunch:
Mgr.'s choice

16
Breakfast:
Mgr.'s choice

Lunch:
Mgr.'s choice

17
Breakfast:
early release





last day of school

Lunch:
early release


sack lunches


last day of school

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