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What's On the Menu

Here are a couple of examples of what we feed

our Busy Bees...


Breakfast - cereal, milk, grapes

Snack - string cheese, wheat thins

Lunch - tuna sandwich, carrots, apples, milk

Snack - apple juice, quesadilla

Dinner - spaghetti, salad, corn, french bread, milk 


Breakfast- toast, milk, peaches

Snack- peanut butter, graham crackers, milk

Lunch- corn dogs, tater tots, pears, milk

Snack- mini pizzas, grape juice

Dinner- strogonoff, salad, green beans, milk

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