Mound City R-2 Breakfast and Lunch Programs

Breakfast and lunch are served each day. Breakfast is served from 7:45 until 8:10 to those students that wish to participate. The cost of breakfast is $1.50- Reduced 25 cents daily and lunch is $2.35- Reduced 40 cents daily. Students will not be allowed to charge more than three lunches and breakfasts. Students in grades 9-12 who have three charges will be served peanut butter or cheese sandwiches and a glass of water in place of the regular lunch.

*All you can eat salad bar available daily for 3rd thru 12th grade. Menu is subject to change.

August Breakfast and
Lunch Menu
















 

 

 

 

 

 


 

15
Breakfast:
Breakfast Sandwich
Pears

Lunch:
Hot Dog w/ Bun
Potato Salad
Fruit Cocktail




16
Breakfast:
Glazed Donuts
Apple

Lunch:
Crispitos
Salsa
Refried Beans
Orange Halves

 



17
Breakfast:
Biscuits & Gravy
Peaches

Lunch:
Pizza
Veggie Cup w/ Ranch
Applesauce
Granola Bar




20
Breakfast:
Pop Tarts
Fresh Fruit

Lunch:
Ham & Cheese Sandwich
Sun Chips
Pineapple
Fruit Snacks

 





21
Breakfast:
Breakfast Pizza
Oranges

Lunch:
Mini Chicken Tacos
Salsa
Corn
Peaches

 





22
Breakfast:
French Toast w/ Syrup
Applesauce

Lunch:
Fish
Wheat Bread
Cole Slaw
Pears






23
Breakfast:
Sausage w/ Toast
Pineapple

Lunch:
Chicken Patty w/Bun
Green Beans
Cinnamon Applesauce







24
Breakfast:
Mini Powdered Donuts
Mixed Fruit

Lunch:
Corn Dog
Fries
Jell-O w/ Fruit
Goldfish Cracker



 



27
Breakfast:
Glazed Donut
Tropical Fruit

Lunch:
Bosco Sticks
w/ Marinars
Peas
Tropical Fruit
Elf Grahams



28
Breakfast:
Mini Chocolate Donuts
Pineapple

Lunch:
Meatball Sub
Carrots w/ Ranch
Doritoes
Applesauce



29
Breakfast:
Biscuit w/ Gravy
Mandarin Oranges

Lunch:
Chicken Strips
Wheat Bread
Tri Patty
Banana



30
Breakfast:
Breakfast Sandwich
Pears

Lunch:
Rib Patty w/ Bun
Macaroni Salad
Mixed Fruit



31
Breakfast:
Breakfast Pizza
Apple

Lunch:
Pizza
Side Salad
Mandarin Oranges
Teddy Grahams





Food Establishment Inspection Report

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1%, Skim, and Fat Free Chocolate Milk and Juice Variety offered with every meal


Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Food Establishment Inspection Report

Student Welfare Policy 2750

Policy 2750 (Regulation 2750) Student Welfare Wellness January 2016

New Cafeteria Policy- Updated May 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

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