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Routt County school lunch menus for week of Oct. 26

Routt County school lunch menus for week of Oct. 26

■ Steamboat Springs School District

Monday: Barbecue brisket sandwich



Tuesday: Chicken burritos

Wednesday: Pasta Vicenza style or alfredo sauce

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Thursday: Grilled cheese, tomato soup

Friday: Homemade pizza

■ Hayden School District

Monday: Turkey dogs, tater tots, minestrone soup, strawberries, milk

Tuesday: Barbecue pork sandwich, coleslaw, cottage cheese, applesauce cups, milk

Wednesday: Corn dogs, cauliflower au gratin, spinach salad, jello with fruit, milk

Thursday: Sub sandwiches, green beans, stewed tomatoes, fresh pineapple, milk

Friday: Hamburgers, corn O’Brien, diced peaches, raisins, milk

■ South Routt School District

Monday: Chicken tortilla soup, fruit and vegetable bar, milk

Tuesday: Macaroni and trees, hot rolls, fruit and vegetable bar, milk

Wednesday: Breakfast for lunch, pancakes, sausage, fruit and vegetable bar, milk

Thursday: Oven-fried chicken, cornbread, fruit and vegetable bar, milk

Friday: Cheeseburger, oven potato wedges, fruit and vegetable bar, milk

■ Heritage Christian School

Monday: Sharon’s — Macaroni and cheese, green beans, special treat

Tuesday: Sharon’s — Tortellini soup, mixed salad, breadsticks

Wednesday: Ciao Gelato — Stromboil with marinara, mixed salad, gelato

Thursday: BeauJo’s — Pizza slices, drink

Friday: No school


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