What Makes a School Breakfast

Hot or Cold Entree (includes grain and sometimes meat/meat alternate)

  • 1/2 cup Whole Fruit
  • 1/2 cup 100% Fruit Juice
  • 1 cup Milk.

In order to make a meal, customers must choose 3 items, 1 of which must be a fruit or juice. Otherwise, the customer will be required to pay a la carte prices.
For example, one entree option is cereal with toast. The customer could take any of the following combinations to make a meal:

  • Cereal, fruit, milk
  • Cereal, juice, milk
  • Cereal, toast, fruit
  • Cereal, toast, juice
  • Toast, fruit, milk
  • Toast, juice, milk
  • Cereal, juice, fruit
  • Toast, juice, fruit
  • Cereal, toast, fruit, milk
  • Cereal, toast, juice, milk
  • Cereal, toast, fruit, juice, milk

Note a student could NOT take cereal, toast, and milk because they do not have a fruit.

Some entrees are large enough to count as 2 items, such as biscuits or breakfast pizza. In the example of the biscuit, the customer could take any of the following combinations to make a meal:

  • Biscuit, fruit
  • Biscuit, juice
  • Biscuit, milk, fruit
  • Biscuit, milk, juice
  • Biscuit, fruit, juice
  • Fruit, juice, milk
  • Biscuit, fruit, juice, milk

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