Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

February 28, 2014

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March 3-7

Batesville Primary School

Monday: Popcorn chicken, steamed broccoli, Dr. Seuss birthday cake, baked beans, fruit, milk.

Tuesday: Green eggs and ham, buttered toast, carrot sticks, corn, fruit, milk.

Wednesday: Shrimp poppers, macaroni and cheese, peas, fruit, milk.

Thursday: Lunch meat sandwich, fruit snack, Sun chips, milk.

Friday: Bosco cheese stick, pizza sauce, green beans, fresh fruit, milk.

BPS breakfast

Monday: Cereal bar, fruit, milk.

Tuesday: Sausage, jelly bread, fruit juice, milk.

Wednesday: Egg patty, buttered toast, fruit juice, milk.

Thursday: Whole grain cereal, cinnamon toast, fruit, milk.

Friday: Apple strudel, fruit, milk.

Batesville Middle School

Monday: Baked chicken patty on bun, sweet potato fries, green beans, fruit, milk.

Tuesday: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, steamed broccoli, bread or roll, fruit, milk.

Wednesday: Grilled cheese sandwich, tomato soup, peas, fruit, milk (no sandwich or salad bar).

Thursday: Mini corn dogs, mixed vegetables, baked beans, fruit, milk.

Friday: Cheese pizza, corn, baby carrots, fruit, milk.

(Salad bar offered daily except where noted)

St. Louis School

Monday: Cheeseburger on bun, broccoli with cheese, fruit, milk.

Tuesday: Hot dog on bun, fries, fruit, milk.

Wednesday: Cheese pizza, corn, fruit, milk.

Thursday: Pepperoni pizza stix, peas, fruit, milk.

Friday: Stuffed crust dippers, baked beans, fruit, milk.

(Fresh vegetables and tossed salad served daily)

Sunman elementary and Sunman-Dearborn intermediate schools

Monday: Hot dog on bun with choice of condiments, power punch broccoli, fresh vegetables with dip, chilled peaches, fresh fruit, mini ice cream sandwich, milk.

Tuesday: Homemade three-way chili with oyster crackers, refried beans, romaine super salad with dressing, mandarin oranges, fresh fruit, milk.

Wednesday: Big Daddy’s cheese pizza, garlic cauliflower popcorn, fresh vegetables with dip, chilled fruit cocktail, fresh fruit, milk.

Thursday: Turkey and gravy with homemade dinner roll, mashed potatoes, cooked glazed carrots, chilled fruit cocktail, fresh fruit, milk.

Friday: Waffle sticks with syrup and eggs, smiley potatoes, fresh vegetables with dip, chilled mandarin oranges, fresh fruit, milk.

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    July 22, 2014 1 Photo

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