Mini Cinnamon Rolls String Cheese Strawberry Craisins 100% Apple Juice
Crispy Fish Sticks served with French Fries and WG Dinner Roll, or BBQ Rib Sandwich, or Crispy Chicken Salad with WG Flatbread, or Chicken Caesar Wrap, with, Steamed Corn Broccoli Florets Chilled Mixed Fruit Fresh Fruit
Mini Chocolate Chip French Toast String Cheese Fresh Apple 100% Orange Tangerine Juice
Penne Pasta and Meatballs served with WG Dinner Roll, or Crispy Chicken Tenders with Jollof Rice and WG Dinner Roll, or Crispy Chicken Salad with WG Flatbread, or Turkey and Cheese Sandwich, with, Seasoned Carrot Coins Cucumber Coins Chilled Peaches Fresh Fruit
Strawberry Cream Cheese Bagel Bites Cinnamon Goldfish Cracker Fresh Orange 100% Apple Juice
Buttermilk Pancakes served with Turkey Sausage Patty, or Sloppy Joe Sandwich, or Crispy Chicken Salad with WG Flatbread, or Hummus Bento Box, with, Tater Tots Roasted Chickpeas Apple Sauce Cup Fresh Fruit
Apple Cinnamon NutriGrain Bar String Cheese Fresh Apple 100% Orange Tangerine Juice
Macaroni and Cheese with WG Dinner Roll, or Sazon Shredded Chicken Served with Brown Rice and WG Dinner Roll, or Crispy Chicken Salad with WG Flatbread, or Turkey and Cheese Sandwich, with Roasted Broccoli Baby Carrots Blueberry Cup Fresh Fruit
Pineapple Mango Breakfast Bar Cinnamon Goldfish Cracker Fresh Pear 100% Very Berry Juice
Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza , or Grilled Chicken Sandwich, or Crispy Chicken Salad with WG Flatbread, or Chicken Caesar Wrap, with, Celery Sticks Garden Salad Chilled Pears Fresh Fruit
Printable breakfast and lunch menus for all schools can be found on the Food Services page, along with snack and dinner menus for students participating in the Connections program at Donahue, McMahon, and Morgan schools.
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