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TigerTales - Washington Co USD 108
T i g e r Ta l e s
W as hi n gt o n
Co u nt y
PO Box 275, Washington, Kansas 66968
Sc h ool s
785.325.2261
USD
10 8
Fax 785.325.2771
S u p e r i n t e n d e n t ‘s M e s s a g e
Mr. Michael D. Stegman
Volume 5, Issue 9
With this being the last Tiger Tale of this school year, I would like to start by thanking all of the
parents and community for all of the support throughout this school year. Our mission at the
schools remains the same from year to year as we try our very best to offer the opportunity for the
students to make the greatest gains possible in their educational timeline. We also realize that this
is only possible with the support of the parents and the community. This spring the inevitable became very apparent as our state and national economy continues to lag in its recovery and has
forced us to make cuts that we are not normally accustomed to. As we move forward into the next
year the board of education has tried to make those decisions that will have the least educational
impact on those students of our school district. The challenges for us were to kick into a business
type mode, where we were forced to downsize due to continual diminishing operational funding.
As we move forward, we hope and pray that the reductions will be sufficient to move us down the
road. However, we are frightful that the downward spiral for funding of public education may possibly continue in the next few years. Thank you once again for supporting your board members
and administration as they have had to make these very difficult decisions in the ongoing operation
of our local public school system.
M ay 2011
Next I would like to talk about something that is a little more upbeat. As I looked back to May of
last year, we were discussing the opportunity to build a new vocational facility which includes agriculture, woods and art classes as well as an updated fitness room in our former art building. I am
excited to report to you that this project is all but complete and looks as though it will be in full
operation by next fall. To date, the art room has moved into the facility and the vo ag and wood
working programs will be finishing out the year in their current facilities before moving this summer. We are scheduling an open house for Tuesday, May 10 which will correspond with the Jr./Sr.
High Spring Music Program. At this open house we will have the art department and the woodworking department display their current years projects in the new vocational building. Therefore,
you will be able to see those projects in that building as well as wander through the entire facility
and see what we were able to construct. It is a wonderful facility and the students and staff are
anxious to put it to good use
The quote for the month is something that I hope that we as educators are doing each and every
day of the school year. ―No one has yet fully realized the wealth of sympathy and kindness and
generosity hidden in the soul of a child. The effort of every true educator should be to unlock that
treasure—to stimulate the child‘s impulses and call forth the best and noblest tendencies.‖ Emma
Goldman
Have a great summer!
Vocational Building OPEN HOUSE
Tuesday, May 10
Before and after the JH / HS Music Program.
Art and Woods projects will be available for
viewing.
Inside this issue:
Elementary & JH /
HS Principal News
2
Elementary Music
“Creature Feature”
3
Booster Club News
3
Administrative
Practicum
3
Counselor's News
4
Crome’s Corner
5
HS Chorus News
5
3rd Grade News
5
Kindergarten News
6
1st Grade News
7
2nd Grade News
7
Activities Calendar
8
Breakfast & Lunch
Menus
9
Tiger Tales
Volume 5, Issue 9
Elementary School News
Mr. Ron Scott
The last month of school
for the 2010-2011 year is
here and will pass quickly.
Then the students will get
busy with baseball, softball, camps, swimming,
vacations and other activities. Thank you parents for
your help, support, and
encouragement throughout
the school year in making
the year run smoothly.
Please be reminded that
the students‘ lunch, milk,
library and any other account needs to be balanced
before the last day of
school. The school reach
phone system has been
calling parents on Sunday
evenings if your lunch or
milk account is deficient.
If you have any questions
please call the school at
325-2261 ext. 2 or long
distance 1-888-325-2503
ext. 2.
The last day field trips are
scheduled for the classrooms and the students are
in some cases ready for
school to be out so they
can become bored in two
days. Hopefully, you establish a schedule and routine for the students to fol-
low this summer and they
enjoy their vacation time.
Please try to keep the students reading over the
summer months.
The Tiger Relays for the
elementary students will
be held at the high school
track beginning at 12:30
p.m. on Thursday, May 19,
2010. The students will be
dismissed for the summer
at 11:30 a.m. on Friday,
May 20, 2011 with no
lunch being served and the
buses running their routes
at that time.
To help plan for the next
school year, elementary
enrollment will take place
on Monday and Tuesday,
August 8 and 9, 2011 from
7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. each
day. Someone will be in
the office over the noon
hour each day if you wish
to enroll at that time.
School begins on Thursday, August 25, 2011 with
a half day of school with
students dismissed at
11:30 a.m., no lunch
served and buses running
regular routes at that time.
Have a great summer!!!!!
Junior High / High School News
Mr. Phil Wilson
We are about to wrap up
another year of school.
The last day of class for
seniors is Wednesday,
May 11. The last day of
class for the other students
will be on Friday, May 20.
This will be a half day of
school for students.
The high school commencement will be on
Sunday, May 15, at 2:00 in
the afternoon. The 8th
grade promotion will be on
Tuesday, May 17, at 8:00
p.m. We will have our
senior scholarship night on
Wednesday, May 11, at
7:00, in the high school
gym.
We will not have classes
on Monday, May 9. We
will have a teacher inservice to review the test results from our spring testing and do planning for
classes for the 2011-2012
school year.
On April 14, we held a
forensics meet here at
Washington County. As
you probably remember
we had some severe
weather and the tornado
sirens went off. We were
able to place everyone in a
safe location in the high
school locker rooms. This
would not have been possible without the help of
faculty and staff who were
on the scene. Several faculty members who were
helping with the meet
pitched in to help supervise students and guests.
Terry Montague came
back to school from home
to help set up the speaker
system so that we could
better direct the crowds. I
would like to thank all of
these faculty and staff for
their help. I would also
like to thank Sheila
Ouellette at the sheriff‘s
office and Jerry Aldredge
with the fire department
for keeping us up-to-date
on the movement of the
storm.
I hope that everyone has a
successful and enjoyable
finish to the school year.
We wish our seniors the
best of luck for the future.
Check your child’s lunch account, milk account and/or class fee balances. Find any lost library books...or pay for them. If you owe the
school for any of these items please get your account(s) up to date.
Your child‘s report card or transcript may not get mailed if money is
owed.
Settle your accounts TODAY!!!
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Volume 5, Issue 9
E l e m e n t a r y M u s i c N e w s , C R E AT U R E F E AT U R E
Mrs. Gay Lynn Manning
“CREATURE FEATURE” will be airing on Friday, May 6th with show time beginning at 7:30
p.m. The animals are getting restless in their cages and are anticipating performing for you. Come
early and enjoy popcorn and classic trailers of ―Peter and the Wolf‖ by Prokofiev, ―Carnival of the Animals‖ by Saint-Saens, ―Flight of the Bumblebee‖ by Rimsky Korsakov. These
are being shown a half hour BEFORE May Fete starts. Our feature movie stars are all actors and actresses from grades Kindergarten through 5th grade. Many of them will be transforming into animals
that you won‘t even recognize. This year is the 89th annual winding of the May Pole in Washington,
Kansas. The 5th grade students will be winding the May Pole and portraying the ―Grrrrr‖ in all of us at
Washington County Schools. Thanks in advance to all those who have already loaned us hundreds
of awesome costumes. A special thanks to my family, especially Marcella and Ruth, for helping me
create, wash, sew and stuff many of the suits. The students need to arrive at 7:10 p.m. They are
wearing shorts and a shirt with an animal picture if they have one. (Keep in mind they can wear the
new PTO Tiger shirts that are coming in for free.) The 5th graders are ALL wearing the new black
PTO tiger shirt for May pole winding. The 5th Grade parents are in charge of helping decorate
Thursday night and will also be ironing May Pole ribbons. We will begin that process at 7:00 p.m.
The animals will be available for viewing from your box seat on Friday, May 6th so come and be
here for the ―One and Only‖ exclusive showing of ―CREATURE FEATURE‖!
Booster Club News
Mrs. Kelly Stamm
Most groups with spring activities that Booster Club supports have received their donations
by now, and a committee of non-senior parents will soon be selecting scholarship recipients.
Seniors---watch your mail for an invitation to a meal in your honor to be held Wednesday
evening, May 11th, prior to the 7 p.m. Scholarship Night.
Last April I announced that this would be my last year with Booster Club. I would like to extend a big THANK YOU to the
sponsors, faculty, administration, and students of WHS & WCHS who have worked with me and so many other volunteers
since I started helping in 2004. The reward of volunteering through Booster Club has been giving back to my school and
community and interacting with our youth. When students choose to participate in sponsored school activities outside the
classroom, they are accepting challenges and setting personal goals. They deserve to know the community is behind them both
by our presence and by any monetary support we can give their activities. I wish Booster Club much continued success.
Administrative Practicum
Mr. Kent Mailen
During this school year I
have had the privilege of
working with Mr. Wilson
and Mr. Scott on my administrative practicum. This
experience has been excellent and I was able to learn
many things that will help
me in the future as a building administrator. In the
fall I was able to interview
many of the people who
work in the district as classified staff and really
learned a lot from talking to
them about their daily duties. I also had the privilege
of supervising several activities at both the elementary and high school levels.
These experiences showed
me that the principal‘s job
does not end at 3:30 every
day. This spring I shadowed both Mr. Wilson and
Mr. Scott several times during the school day, and went
to Junction City High
School for a day to do a
diversity visit. These experiences prepared me for
the daily routines that both
high school and elementary
school principals have. I
also completed a project to
help the transition process
for 6th grade students entering 7th grade next year.
Hopefully this will help
students next year who will
be entering the 7th grade.
The entire year has been a
great learning opportunity
and I have valued the entire
experience. I want to thank
everyone who has helped
me with this project. Without your help I would not
have been able to complete
this final part of my degree.
If anyone has any questions
about what the practicum
involved please let me
know?
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Volume 5, Issue 9
Counselor News
Mrs. Teryl Goeckel
May is usually the busiest month in the school year and May 2011 is no exception. Collecting student course requests will be a
high priority. Please talk to your 6-11th grade students about their classes for next year. Parents, once students have selected
their classes online, please check them. We will have the computer open for changes for approximately one week. It is important to note that these are student requests only. We will do our best to build a schedule that satisfies as many student requests
as possible. Our first priority is that all students get the required classes for graduation. Next, high school electives are filled
with seniors having first priority followed by juniors, sophomores and freshmen.
Students who wish to take Honor‘s English or an upper level math class for college credit must either have an adequate ACT
score or take the Compass Test to qualify. The Compass Test is $10 and must be taken before school is out. See Mrs. Goeckel
to make arrangements.
May 4th is Senior Send-Off. USD 223 and USD 108 are teaming together with multiple community partners to provide
county seniors with a morning packed full of educational information that they will use when they venture out on their own
next year. Students will attend mini-workshops focusing on a wide variety of topics including finance, health, fitness, nutrition, safety, self-defense, and more. Thank you to the Washington County Resource Council and Washington County Commissioners for their financial support and to the Linn School for hosting. Thanks to the WCHS IHT class and Mrs. Bruna for
typing our informational booklets. Finally, a big thank you to all of the presenters who are donating their expertise to better
prepare our seniors as they take the next step in their lives.
The BIGS and Littles are having their final meeting on May 5th. The BIG Brothers and Big Sisters organization is sponsoring
a bowling activity for the involved students. Thank you to students, staff and parents for making the initial year of this program a success.
Additional Important Dates:
May 2nd – Orientation for incoming 7th graders at 7:00pm in the high school cafeteria.
Orientation for incoming 9th graders at 8:00pm in the high school cafeteria.
May 6th – Registration is due for the June ACT.
May 11th – Senior Scholarship Night at 7:00pm in the high school gym.
Cloud County Community Classes to be offered at WCHS this Summer
Enrollment is 30 minutes before class starts on the first night of class. Classes begin May 31st.
Principles of Biology + Lab
Tina Savage
5 credits
MTRF
8:30-11:25am
Introduction to Literature
Debra Bisnette
3 credits
MTWR
4:30-6:30pm
Intro. to Cultural Anthropology
Celeste Edgar
3 credits
MW
6:00-9:00pm
English Composition I
Debra Bisnette
3 credits
TR
7:00-10:00pm
Public Speaking
Teryl Goeckel
3 credits
WF
2:00-5:00pm
Public Speaking
Teryl Goeckel
3 credits
WF
7:00-10:00pm
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Tiger Tales
Volume 5, Issue 9
N e w s f r o m t h e We s t R e s o u r c e R o o m — C r o m e ‘s C o r n e r
Mrs. Mary Ann Crome
Just a few school days
left. So much to do and
sooo little time! We had
fun the first period the
Thursday before Easter
break. Mrs. Wilson brought
in two round white cakes
and with a little slicing and
changes the cakes formed a
bunny head with a bowtie.
The children frosted and
decorated it all by themselves.
They cooperated
and worked very closely
with one another and made
decisions about colors and
how it should look. It was
spectacular!!!! And it tasted
fantastic too!!! We shared it
with everyone in the resource room in the afternoon. Just a few crumbs left
in the end…..
Your children worked hard
on their MAP testing and
hopefully have shown improvement over the year.
Vocabulary is an important
area in a child‘s life. Talk
to your children and take
the time to explain things to
them. Remember someone
High School Chorus
Mrs. Kathy Brax
The Washington County
H.S. Chorus and Band competed in the State Large
Group Contest at Beloit on
April 13. The Mixed Chorus and Girls Chorus received I ratings.
The
WCHS Band received a II
rating. They were competing against 1A, 2A, 3A and
4A schools.
April 30th is the date for the
State Solos and Ensembles.
Competing that day will be
the Select Ensemble,
Guys Chorus,
has taken the time to
tell you about things,
or maybe you wished
they had. I know how
annoying that little
word ―why‖ can be,
but view it as a teaching moment. Sing
crazy songs, repeat
tongue twisters, find
something you feel
comfortable doing to
increase vocabulary. You
know I still look things up
in the old fashioned dictionary when I‘m not sure of a
word or its meaning.
The bottom line is talk to
your children and spend
quality time with them,
whether it is building something in the garage, stirring
up pudding, cleaning up the
yard, whatever fits your
family lifestyle, just do it!!!
Let‘s enjoy and get the most
out of the remainder of the
school year by making sure
homework is completed,
read those AR books, and
attending all the planned fun
events.
Third Grade Science News
Mrs. Kathy Clark
Girls Trio and soloists:
Amanda Wilson, Lauren
Holtmeier, Tyler Singleton,
Marlyse L‘Ecuyer, Helen
Stigge and Claire Bokelman. Instrumental soloists
competing are Amanda Wilson, tuba and Marlyse
L'Ecuyer, flute.
Our Spring Program is
Tuesday, May 10th at 7:30
p.m. in the High School
Gym.
Our class is like a giant picture puzzle. We each have
special talents that fit together to make a wonderful
picture.
I‘ve really enjoyed working
with these students. We‘ve
learned to look for the author‘s meaning when we
read a story. Science is always full of surprises, when
it comes to activities. When
a group of kids get together
they inspire one another and
hopefully walk away having
learned something new.
The kids have read a lot of
AR books this year, and
most of them have met their
goal for each quarter.
Thank you to all the parents
that have shared their time
to make the class parties so
much fun. Our field trip to
Rolling Hills Zoo is May
10th. We would like to
thank the PTO for paying
the student‘s admissions to
the zoo.
I also thank the students for
working hard and finishing
projects on time. It‘s been a
great year for me.
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Volume 5, Issue 9
K i n d e rg a r t e n N e w s
Mrs. Diana Cecrle
It is the final month of the
2010-2011 school year and
it has been exciting. The
children have learned so
much this year.
As we finish this year we
will be reviewing a lot of
math concepts after we finish our textbook units. We
will review money, time,
measurements, addition and
subtraction.
Jill Hoover
will once again come to our
classroom to help us review
money and a little science
added into her lesson. We
thank Mrs. Hoover for her
help with this.
The children are currently
reviewing all their letters
and sounds. We are really
trying to focus on recalling
and applying the different
vowel sound combinations
such as ou, ie, and ea to
name a few. To celebrate
reviewing the ways to make
long A the children will
participate in face painting.
Mrs. Toole and her art class
are planning on helping us
with this activity, and we
greatly appreciate their help
too.
PURPLE team is close with
100 books read. We will
celebrate our final book
total with homemade ice
cream on May 13.
Of
course we will tie the ice
cream celebration into a
lesson on states of matter,
and we will turn liquids into
solids and back into liquid.
We will identify our toppings as a
solid, liquid,
or gas.
The students are currently in
a very tight race for the
book reading contest. The
GREEN team has the lead
with 103 books read, but the
As I write
this
final
newsletter for
this
school
year, I want
to express my thanks to the
parents for helping out this
school year. The extra time
and practice you put in with
your child is extremely
valuable to them. It not
only shows you want their
success, but that you care
about their education. So . .
. THANKS SO MUCH!!
K i n d e rg a r t e n N e w s
Mrs. Sonja Frager
It may be the last month of
school but we have a few
more ‗firsts‘ to accomplish
yet. We have our first May
Fete on Friday, May 6th at
7:30, our first field trip on
Monday, May 16th, and our
first Tiger Relays on Thursday, May 19th.
I enjoy this time of the year
with the kindergarteners in
so many ways. They have
become such independent
learners. I really can‘t explain the joy and pride I feel
as I see the kids challenge
themselves with books,
math pages, and writing. In
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fact, one day the kids had
blocks as one of their choice
math centers and one of my
students said, ―Is it okay if
we read books at our desks
instead of playing blocks?‖
Well—what would you say
if they asked you?! They
have enjoyed our study of
the solar system and beg me
to read from one of our science books during our story
time. They are sponges and
love to soak up knowledge.
I was explaining to the kids
the other day that I was
―bragging‖ to someone
about what a great group of
math and science students
they were. One of my stu-
dents said, ―But, Mrs.
Frager, you‘re not supposed
to brag.‖ I tried to explain
that it was okay because it
was not about me but I‘m
pretty sure he was not convinced!
As we enter these relaxing
(who am I kidding?)
summer months, all
of us need to continue
to keep reading, writing, and challenging
ourselves to learn.
Make sure each family member has a basket of books to read.
Immerse your kids
with the numbers and words
that are in real world situations so they realize how
important their learned
skills are! Enjoy this time
with your kids—I have certainly enjoyed my time with
them!
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First Grade News
Mrs. Tricia Gauby & Mrs. Sandra Kingston
May has arrived and we are
ready to enjoy some nice
spring weather! Along with
the nice weather, we know
your family may have numerous outside activities to
attend. Please, don‘t forget
to help your child with their
homework. It is still very
important.
We may be
close to the end of school,
but we still have skills to
master.
Our field trip is scheduled
for Friday, May 13. We
will venture to the Pony
Express museum, the city
park, and the fire station.
We ask that your child wear
tennis shoes. We will be
walking in grass and on
rocks. Your child will need
a sack lunch for the field
trip.
Summer is a time for students to relax and participate in warm weather activities. It is also a time when
most students ―lose‖ part of
what they learned during the
school year. This is often
labeled the ―summer slide‖.
Don‘t let this happen to
your child. It doesn‘t take
constant practice to prevent
your child from sliding
backwards in their learning.
There are many fun websites for students to use over
the summer. The school
website has many learning
websites connected with it.
Just go to www.usd108.org
and click on parent information. You can find the reading levels of books from
this page. Also click on Mr.
Wright‘s Portal. Some additional sites to try are:
www.pbs.org/parents/,
www.kidsknowit.com,
www.starfall.com,
www.spellcity.com, and
www.mathplayground.com.
Preventing the ―summer
slide‖ does not require a
computer. The local library
is also a wonderful resource
for keeping students reading. Math skills can be
practiced using every day
events and places. Keeping
a journal is a great method
for practicing writing skills.
We hope you have a fun and
safe summer!
First Grade Writers
The first graders are working on expository writing.
They interviewed various school employees. Here are two of their reports.
All of the first grade reports will be posted at May Fete
Mrs. Anita Bott, by Kori Miller
I interviewed Mrs. Bott in her office. She is the school nurse. She checks eyes and
ears. She helps little accidents. She taught about dental health. She had this job for 23
years. She went to neurse school. She worked in a hospital. She likes to help kids.
She makes shur the kids are healthy.
Mrs. Manning, by Laura Lee Fairchild
I interviewed Mrs. Manning. She teaches K-6 music. She likes to sing. She plays the
piano. She also creates programs. Mrs. Manning has done this job for 32 years. Mrs. Manning went to KSU music school
and her mother taught her how to play the piano and she practiced a lot. Mrs. Manning was a mother before this job. She
likes helping kids learn how to like music. She also likes helping kids find some happiness in music.
Second Grade News
Mrs. Mary Koss
Here it is already—May,
with the end of school fast
approaching. Thank you,
Parents, for the opportunity
to work with your child this
past school year. We‘ve
worked hard on our learning
and I‘d like to encourage
you to keep the learning
going this summer. Learning can take place anywhere—in the car going to
and from activities, at the
swimming pool, at WalMart, in the backyard, virtually anywhere!!!
And to aid in helping your
child to not forget what s/he
has learned, ALL SECOND
GRADE PARENTS, please
look for your child‘s
―Second Grade Summer
Review‖ folder coming at
the end of school. Your
child has worked hard and it
would be great if your child
returned to school in August
remembering these things!
Speaking of learning, we
finish our year with 2-digit
addition and subtraction,
probability, measurement,
graphs, and understanding
the meaning of multiplication in Math; map skills in
Social Studies; a theme on
Courage
and review of
reading skills in Reading;
and magnetism, electricity,
animal life cycles, animal
classification and geology
in Science.
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May Activities
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
1
2
Golf @ Onaga
10am
3
4
Teacher Apprecia- Golf @ Marystion Day
ville 3pm
————————————
Golf @ Marysville
3pm
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HS Track @ Seneca 3:30pm
Thu
Fri
Sat
5
6
7
JH League Track Golf @ Leonard- FFA Spring Plant
Meet here (hosted ville 3pm
Sale 8-11am
————————————
by Linn) 2pm
———————————— HS Track @ ManWashington
kato 3pm
County FFA Chap- ————————————
ter Banquet-West May Fete 7:30 pm
Elem Gym 7pm
State FFA Contest in Manhattan
8
9
10
11
12
13
NO SCHOOL— JH League Track Senior Supper @ HS TVL Track
TVL Golf
Teacher Inservice Meet—Rain Date 5:30pm
Meet @ Centralia
14
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Golf @ Washing- Walk Through
Senior Scholarton (hosted by
Open House for
ship Night 7pm
Linn) 3pm
Vocation Building————————————
before and after
BOE Meeting
music program
7pm
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JH/HS Spring Music Concert
7:30pm
15
High School
Graduation 2pm
16
17
JV HS Track TVL 8th Grade PromoMeet @ Frankfort tion 8pm
3pm
————————————
5th & 6th Grade
Band Concert
7pm
22
18
19
Pat Burton Retirement Reception—
BOE Room
3:30pm
25
26
27
State HS Track
Meet
28
State HS Track
Meet
June 1
2
3
4
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Last Day of
School 11:30 dismissal
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23
24
Teacher Inservice
30
21
HS Track Regional Meet
State Golf
29
20
End of 4th 9
Weeks
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Tiger Tales
Volume 5, Issue 9
May Breakfast Menus
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
2
3
4
5
6
Waffle / Sausage
Peaches
9
Cold Cereal w/ Toast
Pineapple
10
NO SCHOOL
16
Breakfast Pizza
Fruit Cup
Graham Crackers
17
Oatmeal Muffin
Rosy Applesauce
Grape Juice
Waffle
Sausage / Peaches
Pancake
Pears
Blueberry Muffin
Tri Tater / Sausage
Mandarin Oranges
11
12
Cold Cereal w/ Toast
Tri Tater/Sausage
Peaches
English Muffin
OJ
Peanut Butter & Jelly
Apple Juice / Bananas
13
Apple Frudel
Toast
Pineapple
18
19
20
Cold Cereal w/ Toast
French Toast Sticks
No Breakfast.
Pears
Strawberries & Bananas School dismissed
OJ
at 11:30am
All meals served with a choice of white or chocolate milk
May Lunch Menus
All meals are subject to change with or without notice
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
2
3
4
5
6
Crispito
Salad
Pineapple
No-Bake Cookie
Scalloped Ham
Cheese Bread Stick
& Potatoes
Green Beans
Normandy Vegetables
Fruit cup
Pears
Coconut Oatmeal Cookie
Roll
Tiger Rib Sandwich
Coleslaw
Corn
Pears
Salisbury Steak
Mash Potatoes/Gravy
Normandy Vegetables
Fruit cup
Roll
Chicken Salad Sand.
Fruit plate bar
Cottage Cheese
Grilled Chicken Sand.
Salad Bar
w/ lettuce & tomato
Roll
Pears
Coconut Oatmeal Cookie
Cowboy Cookie
Salad Bar
Roll
Coleslaw
Yogurt & Muffin
Fruit Cup
Salad
9
10
NO SCHOOL
11
12
13
Hot Dog
Cherry Jell-o
w/ Strawberries
Natural Cut Potatoes
Hamburger
Potato Salad
Pears
Pumpkin Bar
Chicken Nuggets
Mashed Potatoes &
Gravy
Peas / Roll
Pineapples
Burrito
Corn
Rosy Applesauce
Chips/Salsa
Pizzaburger
Cherry Jell-o
w/ Strawberries
Relishes
Salad Bar
Potato Salad
Roll
Salad Bar
Roll
Pork Fritter Sandwich
Rosy Applesauce
Relishes
Grape Juice
16
17
18
19
Ham Patty Sandwich
Taco Crunch
Pizza
French Fries
w/ Cheese & Lettuce
Salad
Broccoli w/cheese
Corn
Green Beans
Peaches
Pears
Strawberries & Bananas
Cinnamon rolls
20
Corn Dog
Peas
Carrots
Fruit Cup
Sugar Cookie
School dismissed
at 11:30am
No Light Menu this week. HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!!!
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