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School Menu

Nye County School District elementary menu for the week of March 17 – March 21

BREAKFAST

Assorted fruit juice and choice of milk offered with each meal.

Monday — cereal, yogurt, assorted fresh fruit;

Tuesday — breakfast muffin, cheese stick, assorted fresh fruit;

Wednesday — bagel and cream cheese, assorted fresh fruit;

Thursday — pancakes, sausage link, applesauce;

Friday — English muffin, yogurt, assorted fresh fruit.

LUNCH

Salad bar, fruit juice and choice of milk offered with each meal.

Monday — chicken sandwich, assorted fresh fruit;

Tuesday — nachos or pretzel with cheese sauce, pears, graham crackers;

Wednesday — sloppy Joe, chocolate pudding, assorted fresh fruit;

Thursday — chef salad, strawberry cup, cookie;

Friday — pork rib sandwich, assorted fresh fruit.

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