May
1 – Chicken gravy, w g biscuits, green beans, broccoli, pineapple
2 – Spaghetti, w g bread, corn/carrot sticks, peaches
3 – Hamburgers, w g bun, French Fries, Cooked carrots, blueberries
4 – Chicken nuggets, baked beans, peas, pears, graham crackers
5 – French Toast sticks/pancakes, baked eggs, Tator Tots, celery, orange juice

8 – Super Nachos, peas, green beans, banana
9 – Chicken noodle hot dish, broccoli, corn, pears, w g bread
10 – Field Trip – Ham sandwiches, celery, cheese sticks, carrot sticks, apple, cookie
11 – BBQ’s w g bun, baked beans, French Fries, peaches
12 – Italian Dunkers, lettuce, cooked carrots, mandarin oranges

15 – Pulled pork sandwiches, chips/salsa, corn French Fries, blueberries
16 – Chicken wrap, broccoli, green beans, pears, graham crackers
17 – Pizza burgers, w g bun, cooked carrots, baked beans, mandarin oranges
18 – Lasagna, lettuce salad, peas, peaches
19 – Sub sandwiches, carrot sticks, celery, applesauce cups

22 – Mexican haystacks, broccoli, lettuce/cheese, peaches
23 – Field Day – Hot dogs, w g bun, bean hot dish, carrots, corn chips, cookie, fruit salad
24 – Chicken gravy, mashed potatoes, cooked carrots, w g bread, pears
25 – Last day for students – Cook’s Choice

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