Biscuits & Gravy Peaches Cereal Cheese Stick
Corn Dog Mac & Cheese Green Beans Pineapple Applesauce (HS) Sweet Potato (HS)
Breakfast Pizza Mandarin Oranges Cereal Cheese Stick
Cheese Pizza Lettuce Salad Peaches Cookie Pears (HS) Cucumbers & Ranch (HS)
Donut Yogurt Mixed Fruit Cereal Cheese Stick
Hamburger on Bun French Fries Watermelon Mixed Fruit (HS) Baked Beans (HS)
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Additional Information from the cafeteria:
Free or reduced price meals:
Complete the following application to apply for free or reduced price meals. You can also find applications in the grade school or high school offices. You may also call and request a copy from the Unit Office at 815-796-2233.