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Menu for Nov. 23 through 27

JOHN PAUL II ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Monday -- Breakfast burrito, corn, yogurt, pineapple, milk. Tuesday -- Mr. Rib, broccoli with cheese, baked rice, banana, milk. Wednesday -- Kindergarten choice: hot dog, curly fries, baby carrots, chocolate pudding...

JOHN PAUL II ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Monday - Breakfast burrito, corn, yogurt, pineapple, milk.

Tuesday - Mr. Rib, broccoli with cheese, baked rice, banana, milk.

Wednesday - Kindergarten choice: hot dog, curly fries, baby carrots, chocolate pudding, Mandarin oranges, chocolate milk.

Thursday - Thanksgiving.

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Friday - No school.

MITCHELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

Monday - Salisbury steak on a bun, brown gravy, fajita blend veggies, applesauce.

Tuesday - Spaghetti bake, garlic bread, green beans, fruit cocktail.

Wednesday - Egg roll, fried rice, California medley orange juice.

Thursday - Thanksgiving.

Friday - No school.

MITCHELL SENIOR MEALS

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Monday - Tater tot casserole, fruit, dessert bar.

Tuesday - Hot turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, peas, fruit.

Wednesday - Meatloaf, baked potato, diced beets, fruit.

Thursday - Thanksgiving.

Friday - No meals.

MITCHELL CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

Monday - Salisbury steak on a bun, brown gravy, fajita blend veggies, applesauce.

Tuesday - Spaghetti bake, garlic bread, green beans, fruit cocktail.

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Wednesday - Egg Roll, fried rice, California medley, orange juice.

Thursday - Thanksgiving.

Friday - No school.

TRIPP SENIOR MEALS

Monday - Fish and chips, coleslaw, dessert.

Tuesday - Pulled pork on a hoagie with barbecue, french fries, dessert.

Wednesday - Cheeseburger, fries, pasta salad, dessert.

Thursday - Thanksgiving.

Friday - Fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn.

OAK ROOM - 1800 E. Spruce in the MTI Campus Center. Reservations necessary. Call 995-3030.

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