Breakfast & Lunch Menus
*Grab-n-Go breakfast is offered at the following schools: Parkside Elementary, Lee Hill Elementary, Riverview Elementary, Spotswood Elementary, & Courtland Elementary
Middle Breakfast Menu- February
Middle Breakfast Menu- March
*Fruit Smoothies are now offered for breakfast on Tues/Thurs in all Middle and High Schools!
Middle Lunch Menu- February
Middle Lunch Menu- March
High Breakfast Menu- February
High Breakfast Menu- March
Chancellor High School
Courtland High School
Massaponax High School
Riverbend High School
Spotsylvania High School
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Revised May 2018