Elementary - At least one of the alternate menu items will change every week.
Middle School - Students will enjoy an even wider selection of menu choices thanks to the addition of these meal stations.
- Fast Takes - Salads, Hoagies, and Wraps
- Honor Roll - Chicken Patties, Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, and more
- Stacks - Made to Order sandwiches
- Thrive - Salad Greens, Fruits, and Vegetables
- Upper Crust - Pizza and Calzones
High School - In addition to the items found on the middle school menu, Sodexo’s Street Eatz features a different menu alternative every week starting the first week of school with Sunset St. Strips followed by Canal St. Mac Attack, Beale St. BBQ, Olvera St. Tortas, and Main St. Tacos.
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