State testing is fast approaching, and McDonald’s is making sure students start their day on a healthy note by offering free breakfast on Tuesday, April 6 in Green Country. Students in third through eighth grade accompanied by a parent or guardian, and teachers with valid school ID, may stop by any participating McDonald’s and pick up a balanced meal to prepare for the big day.
The free breakfast offer consists of fruit and maple oatmeal, apple slices, and choice of 1% low fat milk or an Honest Kids® Apple Juice for students and choice of Egg McMuffin® or Fruit and Maple Oatmeal, apple slices, and any size hot or iced drip coffee for teachers.
Numerous studies have shown that students who eat breakfast on the morning of a standardized test score significantly higher than those who do not have breakfast.
“It’s our pleasure to offer a wholesome meal to our students and educators to help them prepare for state testing,” said Bob Wagner, Jr., local McDonald’s Owner/Operator. “We are committed to supporting our community and want everyone to be as successful as possible on these very important tests, given their experience this past year.”
To redeem the offer, students should visit a participating McDonald’s with a parent or guardian, and teachers should present a valid teacher/school identification. One breakfast per person, and the offer is available for in-restaurant pick up only from 6-9 a.m. on April 6. Participating restaurants will follow COVID-19 safety protocols. Masks will be required in the restaurants and social distancing guidelines will be adhered to.
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