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May 18, 2013

Rockport Public Schools lunch menus

Week of May 20-24

ELEMENTARY school

Monday — Turkey rollup or whole grain pizza, veggie sticks

Tuesday — Cheese or chicken quesadilla, roasted chick peas, carrot sticks

Wednesday — French toast sticks, cinnamon apples, turkey sausage, veggie sticks

Thursday — Chicken patty/bun, potato smiles, veggie sticks/hummus

Friday — Big Daddy’s vegetable or cheese pizza, fresh spinach salad

Salad of the week — Chef salad/whole grain pita bread

Served daily — Fruit and yogurt parfait/granola, chef/Caesar salad, sun butter, assorted deli sandwiches, fruit, milk

MIDDLE/HIGH school

Monday — Spicy chicken sandwich or pizza, three bean salad

Tuesday — Cheese or chicken quesadilla, chick pea salad

Wednesday — French toast sticks, cinnamon apples, sausage

Thursday — Chicken patty/bun, oven fries

Friday — Big Daddy’s pizza, tossed salad

Served daily — Fruit and yogurt parfait/granola; salad with pita bread and choice of tuna, egg, turkey or cheese; sun butter and assorted deli sandwiches; fruit/vegetable bar

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