Routt County school lunch menus for week of Sept. 21
■ Steamboat Springs School District
Monday: Kentucky glazed pork spareribs, buttermilk biscuits
Tuesday: Smokey shredded chicken and potatoes in a tortilla
Wednesday: Pasta Vicenza style or alfredo sauce
Thursday: Teriyaki chicken and Ramen noodles
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Friday: Homemade pizza
■ Hayden School District
Monday: Turkey dogs, tator tots, kernel corn, fruit cocktail, milk
Tuesday: Roast pork with gravy, green garden salad, apple slices, breadsticks, milk
Wednesday: Sloppy Joes, honey carrots, fresh bananas, red peppers and cream cheese, milk
Thursday: Submarine sandwich, stewed tomatoes, sliced pears, yogurt, milk
Friday: Biscuits and gravy, vegetable egg frittata, sausage links, fresh grapefruit, milk
■ South Routt School District
Monday: Chicken and noodles, angel biscuits, fruit and vegetable bar, milk
Tuesday: Mexican pasta, fruit and vegetable bar, milk
Wednesday: Pizza, fruit and vegetable bar, milk
Thursday: Barbecue riblet sandwich, oven potatoes, fruit and vegetable bar, milk
Friday: No school
■ Heritage Christian School
Monday: Sharon’s — Cheeseburger, French fries, brownie
Tuesday: Subway — Turkey and ham sub, chips, cookie
Wednesday: Qdoba — Chicken quesadillas, pinto beans, tortilla chips and salsa
Thursday: BeauJos — Pizza slices, drink
Friday: Half day, no lunch
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