Lunch Menu


Conveniently NaturalMaria Montessori believed that a child with a healthy body, mind, and spirit was more able to make a positive contribution to the world.

Global Montessori Academy has teamed up with Conveniently Natural to provide a convenient school lunch program. Conveniently Natural prepares fresh, organic meals that will sustain your child’s body and mind throughout a busy afternoon.

March 2015 Lunch Menu

Week 1

2 – The snow is melting, but it’s still chilly outside. So we’re heating up our mugs with Black Bean Chili and Sweet Potato Cornbread. Sliced pears & apples served on the side.

3 – Yo quiero Nachos! With bite-sized organic corn tortilla strips, build your own nachos with traditional toppings, such as grass-fed ground beef, shredded cheese, corn, diced tomatoes, homemade salsa, and sour cream. Cinnamon Applesauce served on the side.

4 – “Breakfast for Lunch” is back with an Oatmeal Buffet ~ warm cinnamon-maple oatmeal with optional nuts, seeds, coconut flakes, and raisins. Then, cool down with Orange Dream Fruit Smoothies.

5 – Cheese Quesadillas, Raw Veggies & Dip, Grapes: It’s all oblique to me! These tasty triangles of organic cheese are melted between whole-wheat tortillas. Veggie sticks for your dipping pleasure and grapes served on the side.

6 – Oven Roasted Chicken Sliders, Spinach Mashed Potatoes, Pineapple: “Slider” may mean small sandwich, but these organic chicken sandwiches are packed with big flavor. Our mashed potatoes have a secret ingredient known for offering superhuman strength (at least for sailor boys and girls) – see if you can taste the difference!

Week 2

9 – Sesame Teriyaki Bento Box: Grab your chopsticks and twirl these teriyaki rice noodles or pinch them together to pick up edamame, sliced carrots, and roasted tree-top broccoli.  Mandarin oranges served on the side.

10 – Laptop Lunch ~ Assembly Required! You won’t need tools to build, stack, or layer these whole grain organic crackers, local summer sausage, and organic cheese slices. Dunk apple slices and pretzel rods into a perfectly pink strawberry fruit dip.

11 – Almond Butter & Jelly Sushi Rolls, Popcorn, Veggies & Dip: Asian-inspired but made for kids ~ whole wheat tortillas with almond butter or jelly rolled up and sliced into rolls. Popcorn and veggies with homemade ranch dressing on the side.

12 – Pasta Bolognese, Breadsticks, “Kiss Me, I’m Irish” Green Smoothies: We won’t be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day together, but we’re getting our green on with these fruity green smoothies. Pasta bar with noodles with choice homemade marinara, meaty Bolognese, and shredded cheese.

13 – No School

Week 3 – No School (Spring Break)

Week 4

23 – BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches, Sweet Potato Casserole, Fruit Salad: KC Pride includes our loves for BBQ! These pulled pork sandwiches are served with our mashed sweet potato casserole and fruit salad.

24 – Taco Tuesday: It’s Tuesday and we’re serving up tacos ~ corn tortillas, ground beef or walnut “meat” with traditional toppings. Spanish Rice on the side.

25 – Baked Potato Bar, Fruit Salad: You say potato, I say potato…Let the mashing begin with classic baked potatoes, roasted broccoli and vegetables, shredded cheese, chopped pepperoni, butter and sour cream. Fresh fruit on the side.

26 – Basil Pesto Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Tomato Bisque, Fruit Leathers: You say tomato, I say tomato…creamy tomato bisque, which is fancy for soup, is on the menu for your dunking pleasure. Cheesy sandwiches with nut-free basil pesto and dehydrated fruit roll-ups

27 – Mini Meatloaves, Sweet Potato Cornbread, Green Beans: Pull up a fork to your own personal meatloaf, a slice of homemade cornbread and “Un-Strung” green beans. Once called string beans for the strings that ran the length of the pod, we now get to enjoy them with no strings attached.

F = Flexitarian;  Veg = Vegetarian;  V = Vegan