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Popcorn Chicken Seasoned Rice California Blend Veggies Pineapple or Fresh Fruit Milk
Nacho Chips Taco Meat & Toppings Corn Fruit Cocktail or Fresh Fruit Gr 9-12 Rice Milk
Grilled Cheese or Pepper Jack Cheese Sandwich Tomato Soup & Crackers Peaches or Fresh Fruit Milk
Italian Pasta Bake Garlic Bread Stick Peas Pears or Fresh Fruit Gr. K-5, Gr 9-12 Jello Milk
Chicken Nuggets Baked Beans Mandarin Oranges or Fresh Fruit Gr 9-12 Dinner Roll Gr. 6-12 Potato Wedges Milk
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