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October 24, 2012

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NORMAN — Oct. 24-30

Available every day: Sack lunch, assorted flavors of milk.

Today: Oriville’s popcorn chicken, Mr. Potato Head mashed potatoes with gravy, Green Lantern green beans, rabbit food raisins or juice.

Thursday: Big Daddy’s hand-cut pizza, Chef Gusteau salad, fresh broccoli trees with reduced ranch dip, crunchy side salad, peaches or juice.

Friday: Southwest tamale pie with salsa, mexicali corn, smokin’ pinto beans, seasoned fresh fruit or juice, bunny ice cream.

Monday: Luigi’s cheesy lasagna, garden fresh salad, Green Lantern green beans, first prize rosy applesauce or juice.

Tuesday: Jessie’s steak fingers with hot roll, Chef Gusteau salad, Mr. Potato Head mashed potatoes with gravy, sliced succulent cucumbers, seasoned fresh fruit or juice.

Junior High

Available every day: Hamburger, cheeseburger, pizza, chef salad, fries, side salad, fresh fruit and assorted flavors of milk.

Today: Ms. Jan’s favorite oven chicken with homestyle biscuit, spicy chicken wrap, smashed potatoes with gravy, peaches.

Thursday: Pig in a blanket, sub, steam jacket potatoes, pears.

Friday: Barnacle Bill’s fish sandwich with sea biscuit, corny dog with fixings, frontier baked beans, awesome appesauce.

Monday: Luigi’s cheesy lasagna roll with buttery breadstick, Green Lantern green beans, fruit mix up.

Tuesday: Philly’s ballpark cheese steak hoagie, spicy chicken sandwich, frontier baked beans, apricots.

High School

Available every day: Hamburger, cheeseburger, pizza, popcorn chicken, chicken strips, spicy chicken sandwich, flat bread sandwich, chef salad, fries, side salad, fresh fruit and assorted flavors of milk.

Today: Ms. Jan’s favorite oven chicken with homestyle biscuit, popcorn chicken, chicken strips, spicy chicken sandwich, spicy chicken wrap, mashed potatoes with gravy, peaches

Thursday: Sal’s scrumptious stromboli, sweet and sour chicken with egg roll, sub, green beans, pears.

Friday: Barnacle Bill’s fish sandwich with biscuit, hot dog with fixings, frontier baked beans, applesauce.

Monday: Luigi’s cheesy lasagna roll, hot wings, green beans, mixed fruit.

Tuesday: Philly’s ballpark cheese steak hoagie, sweet and sour chciken with egg roll, sub, frontier baked beans, apricots.

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