School menus March 31 - April 4
Cape Girardeau Elementary
Cherry tomatoes and baby carrots available each day. Optional entrees include garden salad with breadstick or grilled cheese or peanut butter & jelly sandwich.
MONDAY--Chicken bites, broccoli & cheese, garlic breadstick, pears.
TUESDAY--Beef taco salad, mixed beans, pink applesauce.
WEDNESDAY--Spaghetti, green beans, cheese breadstick, pineapple.
THURSDAY--Breaded chicken patty on bun, oven fries, peach cup.
FRIDAY--Mozzarella cheesesticks with sauce, corn, sweetened strawberries.
MONDAY--Laura melt, scalloped potatoes, corn, pears.
MONDAY--Hot ham & cheese on bun, mac & cheese, green beans, cooked carrots, applesauce.
TUESDAY--Chicken casserole or sausage pizza, green peas, tossed salad, cheese bread, pears.
WEDNESDAY--Hot dog or chili dog, baked potato, cooked broccoli, pineapple.
THURSDAY--Hamburger or cheeseburger or chicken patty on bun, potato wedges, fresh baby carrots, sweet corn, peaches.
FRIDAY--Biscuits & gravy, scrambled eggs, hashbrown patty, strawberry cup, juice.
MONDAY--Chicken strips, mashed potatoes, corn, mixed fruit.
TUESDAY--Chili, crackers, carrot sticks, peanut butter sandwich, applesauce.
WEDNESDAY--Spaghetti, green beans, french bread, peaches.
THURSDAY--Corn dog, cheese noodles, mixed vegetables, pineapple.
FRIDAY--Fish sandwich, buttered noodles, fresh veggies, fresh fruit.
MONDAY--Chicken nuggets, noodles, California blend veggies, pineapple.
TUESDAY--Roasted chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, roll, cherry crisp.
WEDNESDAY--Turkey & noodles, green beans, roll, peaches.
THURSDAY--Soft shell taco, Mexican rice, baked beans, cinnamon apples.
FRIDAY--Pizza cheese cruncher, carrot sticks & ranch dip, cherries, oatmeal cookie.
MONDAY--Chicken nuggets, fries, corn, fruit.
TUESDAY--Spaghetti, salad mix, fruit.
WEDNESDAY--Grilled cheese sandwich, chicken soup, fruit, brownie.
THURSDAY--Meaty nachos, tortilla chips, corn, applesauce, cookie.
FRIDAY--Meatball sub, corn, fruit, peanut butter/Cheerios treat.
Baby carrots and broccoli available daily to all students; salads available to students in 6th through 8th grade.
MONDAY--Spaghetti, salad, garlic bread, pears.
TUESDAY--Pork riblet on bun, baked beans, fried apples.
WEDNESDAY--Chicken nuggets, whipped potatoes & gravy, green beans, applesauce cup.
THURSDAY--Taco pie, corn, peaches.
FRIDAY--Catfish, fries, cherries, bananas.
MONDAY--Chicken strips or corn dog, cheddar & broccoli noodles, Hawaiian fruit.
TUESDAY--Taco salad or chicken quesadilla, cheesy refried beans, pears & blueberries.
WEDNESDAY--Spaghetti & caesar salad or chef salad, breadstick & marinara, fruit salad, no-bake cookies.
THURSDAY--Turkey & gravy or chicken patty, mashed potatoes, green beans, hot roll, peach cup.
FRIDAY--Stuffed crust cheese pizza & marinara sauce or cheeseburger, fries, orange smiles, jello.
MONDAY--Chicken strips, fries, peas & carrots, pineapple.
St. Paul Lutheran
MONDAY--Cheeseburger, fries, peaches.
MONDAY--Cheeseburger or barbecued chicken on bun, sweet potato fries, green beans; or turkey chef salad, peas, corn muffin; pineapple, fresh fruit.
TUESDAY--Chicken strips or peanut butter & jelly with yogurt, garden salad; or fajita chicken salad, tortilla chips; barbecue bacon beans, orange smiles, fruit.
WEDNESDAY--Chicken patty or grilled chicken or meatloaf, mashed potatoes, gravy, steamed broccoli; or caesar chef salad, baby carrots & dip; hot roll, blushing pears, fresh fruit.
THURSDAY--Spaghetti & Italian bread or hot dog, spinach salad, glazed carrots; or popcorn chicken salad, Italian breadstick; cherry tomatoes, peaches, fresh fruit.
FRIDAY--Tony's pizza or mozzarella dunkers with marinara, garden salad, baby carrots & dip; or ham chef salad, fruit muffin; mexicali corn, apple, fruit.
MONDAY--Crispitos, corn on cob, orange.
TUESDAY--Chicken & bacon ranch wrap, California blend veggies, pineapple.
WEDNESDAY--Hamburger, fries, baked beans, applesauce.
THURSDAY--Chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, roll, apple.
FRIDAY--Cheese fries, carrot sticks with ranch dressing, garlic toast, grapes.
MONDAY--Turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, peas, peaches.
TUESDAY--Spaghetti, romaine lettuce & salad veggies, breadstick, peaches.
WEDNESDAY--Chili, crackers, fresh broccoli, fruit cocktail.
THURSDAY--Chicken nuggets, pork & beans, breadstick, pears.
FRIDAY--Taco salad, celery sticks, grapes.
MONDAY--Roasted chicken, mashed potatoes, glazed carrots, fruit.
TUESDAY--Corn dog, tater tots, white beans, cherry cobbler.
WEDNESDAY--Turkey & cheese sandwich, augratin potatoes, green beans, fruit.
THURSDAY--Chicken nuggets, sweet rice, corn, fruit.
FRIDAY--Mac & cheese, garden salad, green peas, fruit.
MONDAY--Chicken nuggets, fries, carrot sticks, fruit.
TUESDAY--Hot dog, fries, orange juice.
WEDNESDAY--Beef & bacon burrito with cheese sauce, corn, Rice Krispies treat, fruit.
THURSDAY--Country-fried steak, mashed potatoes, milk gravy, green beans, fruit.
FRIDAY--Catfish strips, fries, carrot sticks, fudge bar/dream bar, fruit.
MONDAY--Scrambled eggs & toast with sausage patty and potato rounds or pizza, fruit.
TUESDAY--Chicken patty on bun or pepperoni pizza, carrots, fries, peaches, dirt pie.
WEDNESDAY--Barbecued rib on bun or turkey & cheese melt, baked beans, carrot sticks & dip, fresh fruit.
THURSDAY--Chicken quesadilla or buffalo chicken on bun, broccoli & dip, corn, banana.
FRIDAY--Grilled cheese sandwich or barbecued pork on bun, peas & carrots, applesauce cup, oatmeal cookie.
MONDAY--Shepherd's pie with cheese, mustard greens, roll & butter, strawberries.
TUESDAY--Cheesy chicken rotini, broccoli, peach crisp.
WEDNESDAY--Sloppy Joe, potato tots, slaw, yellow apple.
THURSDAY--Fish strips, fries, great northern beans, pineapple.
FRIDAY--Sub sandwich with cheese, baby carrots with ranch dressing, corn chips, grapes.
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