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PreK-4 Elementary School Lunch Box Cycle Schedule
Week One: Turkey & Cheese with whole grain, veggie, fruit and milk
Week Two: Bagel & Cheese Stick, with veggie, fruit and milk
Week Three: Yogurt, with whole grain, veggie, fruit and milk
Week Four: Ham & Cheese, with whole grain, veggie, fruit and milk
Week Five: Power Pack Pizza, veggie, fruit and milk
Taste it Thursday
One day a month elementary school students will have the opportunity to try a sample of a new recipe,
or fruit or vegetable prepared by your school food & nutrition service team. Having students taste healthy
food items is at the heart of nutrition education. If students have the opportunity to try and like healthier
foods, they'll be more likely to become healthier eaters.
PLEASE BE SURE TO ALERT YOUR SERVER IF YOU HAVE A FOOD ALLERGY
2018/19 School Meal Prices
Lunches include at least five meal components and a variety of fruits & vegetables.
Menu subject to change
Every effort has been made to include all nutrient information and allergens, however we are still in the process of updating so changes may occur. Product labels are always available in the school kitchen.
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