Bus Stop Forecast and SAISD Breakfast and Lunch Menus for Tuesday, January 14th

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It’ll be a foggy start to your day with temperatures in the low 40s, so you may want to take a little extra time to get to work or drop off because visibility may be limited in some areas. We will warm up to where we were yesterday, once the fog leaves later this morning, with highs reaching the upper 70s.

Alexa Pasillas, a fifth grade student at Lamar Elementary, tells us what’s on the breakfast and lunch menus for San Angelo ISD.

For breakfast we are having Cinnamon Roll, Fruit of the Day, Juice, and Milk.

For lunch we are having Festive Burrito or Nacho Supreme, Corn, Garden Salad, Baby Carrots, Fruit of the Day, and Milk.

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