Tippecanoe High School
2017-2018 Lunch Plate PricesGrades 6-12 $2.75à la carte Milk $ .50Sushi from Fusian is offered as an a la carte item on Thursday's - $7.00Menu subject to changeJulie Kihm, Cafeteria Manager937-669-6370
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