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School Menu

Nye County School District elementary menu for the week of Dec. 15 – 19

BREAKFAST

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

Monday — biscuit and jelly, cereal bowl, pineapple chunks;

Tuesday — pancakes, cereal bowl, fresh fruit;

Wednesday — cereal bowl, cereal bar, applesauce cup;

Thursday — egg mcmuffin sandwich, fresh fruit;

Friday — waffle sticks, cereal bowl, fruit cocktail.

Dec. 22 through Jan. 2 – Christmas break, no school.

LUNCH

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

Monday – corn dog, chips, fresh fruit;

Tuesday – nachos or chalupa, refried beans, fruit cocktail;

Wednesday – fish sandwich, fresh fruit;

Thursday – chef salad, wheat dinner roll, graham crackers, applesauce cup;

Friday — hamburger, potato wedges, fresh fruit.

Dec. 22 through Jan. 2 – Christmas break, no school.

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