25-29 NO SCHOOL – Christmas Break – A blessed Christmas to all.
1 – NO SCHOOL – New Years Day 2 – Cheese burger, wg bun, broccoli, carrot sticks, applesauce 3 – Chicken gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, wg bread, mandarin oranges 4 – Spaghetti, wg bread, corn, peas, pears 5 – Grilled cheese sandwiches, baked means, lettuce salad, peach crisp
8 – Vegie beef soup, crackers, wg bread, pineapple, cookies 9 – Chicken tetrazzini, broccoli, carrot sticks, wg bread, applesauce 10 – Hot dogs, wg bun, baked beans, peas, mixed fruit 11 – Italian Dunkers, beets, corn, peaches, graham crackers 12 – ALES’X MEAL – Hunter stew, lettuce salad, apples, wg bread, chocolate chip cookies
15 – NO SCHOOL Teacher Workshop Day 16 – Mexican Haystacks, wg bread, broccoli, carrots sticks, mandarin oranges 17 – Chicken Alfredo, wg bread, green beans, beets, applesauce 18 – BBQ pork sandwiches, French Fries, peas, mixed fruit 19 – Shrimp Poppers, wg bread, carrots, lettuce salad, pears
22 – Hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, broccoli, wg bread, mandarin oranges 23 – Big Buddies Visit-Chicken nuggets, wg bread, corn, carrots, peaches, cookies 24 – Ham and Cheese sandwich, French Fries, baked beans, pineapple 25 – Chicken noodle hot dish, peas, lettuce salad, wg bread, pears 26 – Pizza Crunchers, wg bread, green beans, carrot sticks, applesauce
29 – Lasagna, wg bread, peas, carrot sticks, mixed fruit 30 – Corn dogs, wg bread, baked bans, tomato slices, pears 31 – Slice turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, broccoli, wg bread, applesauce
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