School menus - Jan. 7-11

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By The Staff

Monday -- Sausage or ham slice, egg patty, hash brown stick w/ketchup, baked apples, biscuit w/margarine, jelly, apple, mandarin, oranges or pears, milk

B = Cinnamon French toast or uncrustable

Tuesday -- Pork BBQ on bun or pizza strip, corn, green beans, apples, mandarin oranges or pears, milk (Painted Stone has Little Caesar's pizza)

B = Ham and biscuit or grilled cheese

Wednesday -- Chicken patty or BBQ pork rib, mashed potatoes, peas and carrots, roll w/ margarine, BBQ sauce/ ketchup, apple, mandarin, oranges or pears, milk

B = Breakfast pizza or bagel w/toppings

Thursday -- Ham and cheese sandwich or pepperoni pizza, salad dressing/mayo/mustard, vegetable soup, tossed salad, crackers, apple, mandarin oranges or pears, milk

B = Bacon, egg & cheese biscuit or cheese & crackers

Friday -- Hot dog or grilled cheese, ketchup/mustard, cole slaw, baked beans, apple, mandarin oranges or pears, milk

B = Biscuit or jelly or Pop Tarts

Mealpay/Plus for school meals is improved - The online payment system for parents to access cafeteria accounts is "new and improved," according to Mealpay/Plus program contacts. In addition to a new state-of-the-art parent support center, parents also now have the ability to view pending and confirmed payments. Due to the system upgrades, parents will need to register or re-register their account on www.mealpayplus.com - instructions are listed on that website. All account balances and deposits made through Mealpay/Plus through the end of 2007 will reflect on the new account. For those parents not familiar with the system, parents/guardians may go into the Mealpay system to enter money for children for breakfast/lunch meal accounts at anytime. There is a $2 fee per entry. Parents can also check online and see how the child is spending the money. If Parents/Guardians have questions about MealPay's website or telephone functionality or payment process questions, they can call the new MealpayPlus Parent support Center at 1-877-237-0946 9 a.m.- 6 p.m. You don't have to break the bank to enjoy a great meal with us. Breakfast, $1.05, lunch $1.75. (We provide free and reduced-price meals, $.30 for breakfast, $.40 for lunch, for eligible students. Call the school for details. Our menu will features regular Wellness tips, showing how diet, exercise, and taking care of ourselves can help ensure that we stay healthy and at the top of our games! AVAILABLE DAILY! Peanut butter and jelly uncrustables, entree salad or yogurt and crackers as a choice of entree along with those listed daily. Domino's and Little Caesar's Pizza served on a rotating basis. AMOORICAN IDOL: Choice of milk is served with all complete meals - low fat chocolate, low-fat white and non-fat white. SNOOZE, DON'T LOSE. When you get a good night's sleep, you concentrate and learn better the next day. Your body fights off sickness more easily. You even look better than when you don't snooze enough. Kids 6-9 years old should get about 10 hours sleep, pre-teens at least 9 hours, teens 8-9.5 hours, and adults 7-8 hours. JANUARY BIRTHDAYS: Orlando Bloom (31), Jan. 13; Dwayne Wade (26), Jan. 17; Dolly Parton (62), Jan. 19; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Jan. 27