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School & Senior Citizen Menus

November 9, 2009

Menus 11-09

Pauls Valley schools

Nov. 9-13

Monday

Breakfast: Scrambled eggs, toast, jelly.

Lunch: Pigs in a blanket, tater tots, ranch beans, pears.

Tuesday

Breakfast: Waffle, sausage link.

Lunch: Ravioli with meat sauce, green beans, fruit cobbler, garlic stick.

Wednesday

Breakfast: Cereal, toast, jelly.

Lunch: Meat loaf, mashed potatoes, carrots, peaches.

Thursday

Breakfast: Biscuit and gravy, jelly.

Lunch: Pizza, corn, apricots, wacky cake.

Friday

No school

Professional day



Whitebead School

Nov. 9-13

Monday

Breakfast: Sausage biscuit, jelly.

Lunch: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, hot roll with honey.

Tuesday

Breakfast: Oatmeal or cereal and cinnamon toast.

Lunch: Beef and cheese ravioli, tossed salad or green beans, garlic bread, apricot cobbler.

Wednesday

Breakfast: Cinnamon sugar muffin, little smokies.

Lunch: Hot dog, tater tots, fruit cocktail with cookie.

Thursday

Breakfast: French toast sticks, syrup.

Lunch: Frito chili pie, baby carrots, sliced peaches, jello cups.

Friday

Breakfast: Biscuits and gravy or jelly.

Lunch: Macaroni and cheese, English peas, hot roll, diced pears, chocolate cake.



Wynnewood Schools

Nov. 9-13

Monday

Breakfast: Chocolate muffin.

Lunch: Hot and cheese sandwich, tator tots, lettuce, pickle, mixed fruit.

Tuesday

Breakfast: Breakfast pizza.

Lunch: Burrito/chili, pinto beans, pickle spear, roll, chilled peaches.

Wednesday

Breakfast: French toast sticks.

Lunch: Lasagna, steamed broccoli, carrot strips, roll, wacky cake with chocolate.

Thursday

Breakfast: Sausage and biscuit.

Lunch: Chicken nuggets, corn, tossed salad, roll, pineapple.

Friday

Breakfast: Pancake on a stick.

Lunch: Steak fingers, green beans, tossed salad, roll, applesauce.

Most school breakfasts served with juice and milk. Most school lunches served with milk.



Southern Oklahoma Nutrition Program

Monday, Nov. 9

Chicken strips, cream gravy, buttered carrots, mashed potatoes, whole wheat rolls, chilled fruit of choice.

Tuesday, Nov. 10

Baked potato with ham and cheese, broccoli and cheese soup, crackers, cherry cobbler.

Wednesday, Nov. 11

Choice of substitute menu.

Thursday, Nov. 12

Beans of choice, seasoned greens, zucchini and tomatoes, cornbread, brownie.

Friday, Nov. 13

Beef and cheese lasagna, English peas, cauliflower, garlic bread, oatmeal raisin cookie.

Senior menus may change. Milk or buttermilk served at every meal.

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