May harvests of the month:
Blueberries and Strawberries
Did you know: Strawberries are the only fruit that has their seeds on the outside.
Blueberries can be used as a natural food dye.
Americans eat about 3.4 lbs of fresh strawberries every year
Native Americans called blueberries "star fruit" because the 5 points of the blueberry blossom make a star shape.
Seaside CafePaula Whitley- Manager2012 - 2013 Golden Plate Winner , 2014 - 2015 Golden Plate WinnerCheck out our hot veggie options - see Daves Creek menu for days offeredVeggie Garden BurgerSpicy Black Bean BurgerVeggie Chicken Nuggets
What's for Lunch? Check out the menu! Please remind your child to choose their entree each morning!Last week of school hot menu:Monday - popcorn chicken, buffalo chickenTuesday - Chicken SandwichWednesday - NachosThursday - Cheese stuffed breadsticksFriday - Round Cheese pizzaveggie choices available each dayNutrition Information and Meal Prices as well as application for Free and Reduced lunch are available:
click here to visit Forsyth County's Nutrition page for more information.Did you know you can fund and manage your child's account on-line????$$$ www.mypaymentsplus.com $$$
* Lunch Count *Our most current Health Inspection score is 100.
Our last inspection was October 2016.
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