PCSS Donut Cereal to Go Yogurt w/Crackers Juice/Fruit Milk
PCES Chicken & Waffles Baked Beans Fresh Fruit Salad Milk PCSS Chicken Bowl Rolls Veggie Fruit Milk
PCSS Breads Cereal to Go Yogurt w/Crackers Juice/Fruit Milk
PCES Pancakes Sausage Hash Browns Peas Applesauce Milk PCSS Cook's Choice
PCSS Muffins/Breads Cereal to Go Yogurt w/Crackers Juice/Fruit Milk
PCES Chickenburgers Sweet Potato Fries Corn Pears Milk PCSS Macaroni Salad Baked Chicken Veggie Fruit Milk
PCSS Hot Sandwich Cereal To Go Yogurt Juice/Fruit Milk
PCES Pizza Salad Strawberries Milk PCSS Pizza Veggie Fruit Milk
PCSS Cook's Choice Yogurt w/Crackers Bag to Go Juice/Fruit Milk
PCES Arts Alive Cookout PCSS Turkey, Ham & Cheese Chips Veggie Fruit Milk
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