2017/18 Hot Lunch Prices

Please note, these prices are based on the minimum allowable charges set by the State of Kansas.

Elementary: $2.86/meal
Junior & Senior High: $2.96/meal
Reduced Lunch: $0.40/meal
Each meal includes one milk.

EXTRAS*
Extra Milk: $0.40
A la Carte: $1.00
*These items do not qualify for the free/reduced lunch program – all families are required to pay for these items.

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Mrs. Thompson
Lunch Coordinator
thompsond@ollsmc.com


Lunch Menu

October 2017

SERVED WITH FRUIT/VEGGIES & DRINK
Fresh Garden Bar offered daily to grade 4-12 as entree option.

Oct 2; Mon:  Hot Ham & Cheese or Chicken Nuggets, Potato Wedges, Broccoli Florets, Fresh Fruit, Canned Fruit, Salad and Milk

Oct 3; Tue:  Turkey & Cheese Sub Sandwich or Hamburger on a Bun, Fresh Fruit, Canned Fruit, Salad Mix, Cherry Tomatoes and Milk

Oct 4; Wed:  Taco Burger on a Bun or Corndog, Fresh Fruit Canned Fruit, Salad, Tomato Salsa, Dark Green Leaf Lettuce, Refried Beans and Milk

Oct 5; Thur:  Lasagna with Garlic Breadstick and Marinara or Chicken Patty, Garden Salad, Baby Carrots, Fresh Fruit, Canned Fruit, Cookie and Milk

Oct 6; Fri:  Pork Rib on a Bun or Cheese Pizza, mashed potatoes, Asparagus, Fresh fruit, Canned Fruit, Salad and milk


Oct 9; Mon:  Sweet & Sour Chicken or Chicken Nuggets, Rice, Asian Vegetables, cherry Tomatoes, celery sticks, Fresh Fruit, canned fruit, salad and milk

Oct 10; Tue:  Super Nachos or Hamburger, Salsa, romaine lettuce, refried beans, salad mix, fresh fruit, canned fruit and milk

Oct 11; Wed:  Cheese Breadstick with Marinara or Corndog, Corn, Salad, fresh fruit, canned fruit and Milk

Oct 12; Thur:  Pulled Pork Sandwich or Chicken Patty, cole slaw, baked beans, fresh fruit, canned fruit and milk

Oct 13; Fri:  Beef Wrap or Pizza, Steamed Carrots, Broccoli Florets, fresh fruit, canned fruit, salad and milk


Oct 16; Mon:  Yogurt & Blueberry Oat Muffin Plate or chicken nuggets, Asian Vegtables, cherry tomatoes, celery sticks, fresh fruit, canned fruit, salad and milk

Oct 17; Tue:  Chicken Crispito or Hamburger, romaine lettuce, refried beans, salsa, canned fruit, fresh fruit, salad and milk

Oct 18; Wed:  Grilled Chicken Sandwich or Chicken Patty, seasoned corn, salad, fresh fruit, canned fruit and milk

Oct 19 Thur:  Cheese Pizza or Pepperoni Pizza, Steamed Carrots, Broccoli Florets, fresh fruit, canned fruit, salad and milk

Oct 20; Fri:  No school


Oct 23; Mon:  Chicken Tetrazzini or chicken nuggets, Salad, sliced cucumbers, baby carrots, fresh fruit, canned fruit and milk

Oct 24; Tue:  Turkey & Cheese Sub Sandwich or Hamburger on a bun, Dark Green Leaf lettuce, Tomato Slice, French Fries, Red Bell pepper strips, Salad, Fresh Fruit, Canned fruit and milk

Oct 25; Wed:  Baked chicken Drumstick with rice and roll or corndog, fresh broccoli, cherry tomatoes, fresh fruit, canned fruit salad and milk

Oct 26; Thur:  Beef & Noodles or Chicken Patty, mashed potatoes, green beans, salad, fresh fruit, canned fruit and milk

Oct 27; Fri:  Sloppy Joe on a Bun or cheese pizza, Roasted Red potatoes, edamame, salad, fresh fruit, canned fruit and milk


Oct 30; Mon:  Beef & Bean Burrito or chicken nuggets, salsa, Romaine lettuce, Mexican corn, salad, fresh fruit, canned fruit and milk

Oct 31; Tue:  Stromboli squares or Hamburger, salad, baby carrots, fresh fruit, canned fruit and milk


PARENTS OR GUESTS, if you’re planning to have lunch with one of our students, you must call in your reservation the number in your party to the school office by 9am.
A guest lunch is $4.00.  You will need to pay and sign in at the school office before going to the cafeteria.  Please show your paid receipt to lunch personnel before getting your lunch. 

Child Nutrition Services is using the new Healthier Kansas Menus.  We hope that you all will try these new menus as they are not only healthier for you but taste good as well. 

This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer


Did You Know?

Learning to make healthy choices is essential to getting the most from life. The ESPH Video News features videos, recipes, newsletters, and other resources about how to eat smart and play hard at school and at home. We hope this information conveys that helping children grow up healthy takes families, schools and communities working together.
This is a link to Eat Smart Play Hard:
http://svvappcnw.ksde.org/EatSmartPlayHard_Web/index.html

http://www.choosemyplate.gov/kids/

ST. MARY'S COLGAN WELLNESS POLICY

Access data in KN-CLAIM. Enter User ID of Wellguest, and Password of Wellguest3, select School Nutrition Programs (top left), select Program Year 2015, click Applications in blue bar (locatedtop left), click Wellness Policy Builder, Click the letter S, Look for St. Mary's Colgan X0716  
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