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Daily Archives: Apr 13, 2014

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Kansas City, Kan., Public Schools

Monday, April 14

Corn dogs or yogurt, cheese and muffin, glazed carrots, celery sticks and grapes.

Tuesday, April 15

Chic’ penne with breadstick or yogurt, cheese and muffin, green beans, garden romaine salad and mango fruit cup.

Wednesday, April 16

Chicken quesadilla or yogurt, cheese and muffin, black bean salsa with chips, broccoli, cauliflower with ranch, and kiwi with strawberries.

Thursday, April 17

Sloppy Joe sandwich or yogurt, cheese and muffin, confetti fries, garden romaine salad, and strawberry frozen fruit treat.

Friday, April 18

No school.

Other entrée alternatives include mini chef with roll, or mini fruit salad with muffin.

Turner Public Schools

Monday, April 14

Fiestada beef pizza or teriyaki chicken with egg roll.

Tuesday, April 15

Chicken drummie or breaded beef sticks with gravy.

Wednesday, April 16

Barbecued rib on bun or turkey bacon cheese wrap.

Thursday, April 17

Crispy chicken sandwich or fish sticks, tuna or shrimp.

Friday, April 18

No school. Professional learning day.

Additional daily lunch entrée choices include yogurt-cheese-muffin basket or peanut butter and jelly basket. Fruit and veggie bar offered with lunch.

Piper Public Schools

Monday, April 14

Cheeseburger; mozzarella dunkers with marinara, sweet potato fries, spinach salad, orange smiles, fruit; turkey chef salad, peas, orange smiles, fruit and corn muffin; smokin’ barbecue bar.

Tuesday, April 15

Popcorn chicken; chicken nachos with white queso, garden salad, Texas pintos, peaches, fruit; fajita chicken salad, Texas pintos, red pepper rings, peaches, fruit and tortilla chips.

Wednesday, April 16

Roast turkey with hot roll; chicken patty with hot roll; mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, pears, fruit and holiday dessert.

Thursday, April 17

Spaghetti with Italian bread; corn dog, garden salad, corn, red pepper rings, orange pineapple mix and fruit; popcorn chicken salad, corn, orange pineapple mix, fruit and Italian breadstick.

Friday, April 18

Cheese pizza; peanut butter and jelly with yogurt, garden salad, cherry tomatoes, broccoli with dip, apple, fruit; ham chef salad, cherry tomatoes, apple, fruit and fruit muffin.

Bonner Springs-Edwardsville Public Schools

Monday, April 14

Cheeseburger; Italian grilled chicken sandwich, sweet potato fries, spinach salad, orange smiles, fruit; turkey chef salad, peas, orange smiles, fruit and corn muffin.

Tuesday, April 15

Popcorn chicken; ham and cheese on bun, garden salad, Texas pintos, peaches and fruit; fajita chicken salad, Texas pintos, red pepper rings, peaches, fruit and tortilla chips.

Wednesday, April 16

Chicken patty with roll; roast turkey with roll; mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, pears, fruit and holiday dessert.

Thursday, April 17

Spaghetti with Italian bread; French dip, garden salad, corn, red pepper rings, orange pineapple mix;, fruit; popcorn chicken salad, corn, orange pineapple mix, fruit and Italian breadstick.

Friday, April 18

No school.

All menus from all districts subject to change.

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The Southern Poverty Law Center is reporting that the man arrested in Johnson County for shooting three persons near the Jewish Community Center is a white supremacist and long-time anti-Semite.

According to records from the Johnson County Jail, the man arrested was Frazier Glenn Cross, 73, of Aurora, Mo.

He was booked on charges of premeditated first-degree murder.

He also is known by the name Frazier Glenn Miller and is the former “grand dragon” of the Carolina Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

He ran the organization in the 1980s, the SPLC reported. He subsequently formed the White Patriot Party, another white supremacist group, according to SPLC.

SPLC reported that Miller is an anti-Semite who posted more than 12,000 comments on an anti-Jewish website.

To view the SPLC website, visit http://www.splcenter.org/blog/2014/04/13/frazier-glenn-miller-longtime-anti-semite-arrested-in-kansas-jewish-community-center-murders/.

 

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Human rights activist Alvin Sykes is calling for a federal criminal civil rights investigation into the shooting deaths of three persons Sunday afternoon near the Jewish Community Center in Overland Park, Kan.

Two persons were killed near the Jewish Community Center and one near Village Shalom center in Overland Park, Kan., this afternoon.

Early news coverage stated that some witnesses said a suspect yelled “Heil Hitler” after being arrested.

Sykes has asked the U.S. attorney general’s office for a federal civil rights investigation.

The Jewish Community Center of Overland Park posted this message on its Facebook page this afternoon:

“Our hearts go out to the families who have suffered loss on this tragic day. Our heartfelt gratitude as well to all those in Kansas City and around the world who have expressed sympathy, concern and support.

“No shooting occurred inside the Jewish Community Center buildings; the shooting occurred in the parking lot of the Jewish Community Campus. Everyone participating in JCC programming has been…released to their homes.

“In the meantime, the Jewish Community Center will be closed tomorrow. Again, our hearts go out to all those affected and touched by this terrible tragedy.”

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