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School Menu, Sept. 6-9

Nye County School District elementary menu for the week of Sept. 5 – Sept. 9:

BREAKFAST

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

Monday — Labor Day – no school;

Tuesday —- French toast sticks, cereal, fresh fruit;

Wednesday —- Cereal, chocolate chip muffin, apricots;

Thursday — Cheese quesadilla, cereal, fresh fruit;

Friday – Waffle sticks, cereal, applesauce.

LUNCH

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

Monday – Labor Day – no school;

Tuesday – Beef enchilada, refried beans, pears;

Wednesday – Turkey or ham and cheese sandwich, chips, fresh fruit;

Thursday – Sweet and sour chicken with rice, applesauce cup;

Friday – Hot dog, apple cutie pie, fresh fruit.

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