McDonad's is hosting a fundraiser for several Racine Unified Schools.
Saturday, October 27, 2012
Come to the following McTeacher's nights to raise money for RUSD schools and the District. While students, their parents and other school supporters dine at McDonald’s, school staff members work behind the counter and in the lobby. For their efforts, McDonald's donates 20 percent of all sales garnered during the program’s three-hour period to each school. Additionally, McDonald’s will donate cookies to the school to be baked and sold in the lobby with 100 percent of those proceeds going to the school. As an added bonus this year, McDonald's will donate an additional 5 percent of sales from all six events to the Racine Unified School District general fund. Nov. 12 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 15
If you ever wanted to see your teacher behind the counter at McDonald's asking for your order, now is your chance. Area McDonald's restaurants are hosting McTeacher Night to help raise money for local schools.
Grab your family and friends on May 2 for a good time at area McDonald's restaurants for McTeacher Night. To help raise money for local elementary schools, several Racine Unified school teachers will serve Unified community members for one night only. A percentage of the night's sales will be donated to local schools. Different restaurants have been designated for schools. Here's the full release from the district: On Wednesday, May 2, five Racine McDonald’s restaurants will host McTeacher Night events. At these locations, Racine Unified School District Teachers will don McDonald’s t-shirts and serve customers to raise money for local schools including S.C. Johnson, Giese, Fratt, North Park and Julian Thomas Elementary Schools. During the …