Archive for Wednesday, September 8, 1999


September 8, 1999


In addition to the main dish choice listed below, all Lawrence public schools will offer at least two other choices for lunch. These choices may be a hamburger, a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, a school sack lunch, or all three, depending on the individual school.

All elementary schools will have available to students fruit and vegetable bars. Junior highs and high schools offer an even wider variety of choices.

The price of lunch is: $1.40 for elementary; $1.60 for junior highs high schools; and $2.10 for adults. Extra milk costs 30 cents each.

The price of breakfast is 75 cents for elementary; 85 cents for junior highs and high schools; and $1 for adults.

Students at St. John School may choose either the main lunch selection or the cold food bar, which includes peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, luncheon meat, cheese, vegetables, fresh and canned fruit and snack cake. Lunch costs $1.35.

Week of Sept. 13

Lawrence public schools


Breakfast: waffles, juice.

Lunch: ribette sandwich or crispito, peas and carrots, orange wedges.

St. John: crispito, taco salad, refried beans, apples in a blanket.


Breakfast: scrambled eggs, orange wedges.

Lunch: hot dog or beef hot pocket, baked beans, apple crisp.

St. John: hot dog, potato wedges, seasonal fruit, ice juicy.


Breakfast: breakfast pizza, juice.

Lunch: chicken nuggets or fish sandwich, corn, grapes.

St. John: grilled cheese, hard boiled egg, raisins, dill pickle spear, applesauce, chocolate chip cookie.


Breakfast: ham and cheese on English muffin, pineapple tidbits.

Lunch: soft taco or chicken fajita, diced tomatoes, sliced pears, cinnamon puff.

St. John: hamburger, lettuce and tomato, French fries, green beans, chocolate cake.


Breakfast: muffin square, apple wedges

Lunch: Lasagna casserole or cheese quesadilla, pineapple, mixed vegetables.

St. John: chicken nuggets, potato wedges, broccoli and cheese, sliced peaches, peanut butter brownie.

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