Parents, please take a minute to complete this breakfast survey.
We are opening our doors and getting ready for another great year! Our Food Service professionals and Executive Chef are starting the year off with some great new additions to our menus, catering to each and every request! We simply cannot wait to see what 2019-2020 brings! Click through our webpage - links on the left - to learn more!
We are introducing BREAKFAST CARTS in 4 of our schools for the 2019-2020 School Year. Through the No Kid Hungry and PDE Breakfast Grants, this year, we are able to supply more opportunities for our students to eat breakfast every day. As always, we offer breakfast in the cafeteria daily! For a fraction of what breakfast may cost at home, all students have the option to pick from a selection of entrees, either hot or cold, 2 fruits and 1 milk. Click here to go straight to our menus: Breakfast!
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