Thursday, March 5, 2015

Announcements 3-6-15

SACS Joke of the Week with Mrs. Biggie

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National School Breakfast Week

Did you ever wonder what people in other countries eat for breakfast? Here are a few examples of some typical breakfast foods eaten around the world.

Japan: a bowl of miso soup or rice.

France: A piece of baguette topped with butter and jam or a breakfast pastry.

China: Congee which is rice pudding and can be topped with things like ground meat or squid.

Korea: Rice and kimchi (spicy pickled cabbage).

Venezuela: soft corn flatbread stuffed with meat, cheese or beans.

Sweden: Smörgås: Which is an open faced sandwich topped with a thin spread of butter and a combination of toppings including ham, cheese, lettuce, cucumber, tomato and hard-boiled egg.

What is your favorite breakfast?


No jazz band or lessons today.

Open Doors

The following Open Doors classes meet today, Friday, March 6th:


All session A students taking Open Doors classes go to the cafeteria at 2:45 dismissal.

Lunch Menu for Friday March 6th

General Tso’s Chicken 
Vegetable Fried Rice 
Fruit and Veggie Bar 
Vegetable Soup 
Dinner Roll 
Or Yogurt Or Sunbutter and Jelly Or Deli Sandwich Or Pizza 
Fresh Milk