Teachers from more than 20 Snohomish and Island county schools have been working after school at local McDonald’s restaurants to raise money for education this week.
McDonald’s McTeacher’s Night, a part of American Education Week, is a fund-raising event designed to help local schools. Each participating school’s principal and teachers help, greeting customers, working the registers and, in some cases, preparing food. Their schools will receive a percentage of the sales to support programs.
Restaurants participating today are:
The 204th Street NE Arlington McDonald’s for Arlington High School; the McDonald’s at 9792 State Ave. for Cedarcrest School in Marysville; Puget Park McDonald’s for Discovery Elementary School; and the 214th Street SW McDonald’s for Edmonds-Woodway High School.
The McDonald’s at 9606 19th Ave. SE in Everett for Eisenhower Middle School; Avenue D McDonald’s for Emerson Elementary in Snohomish; Evergreen Way McDonald’s for Evergreen Middle School; Harbour Pointe McDonald’s for Harbour Pointe Middle School; and Lake Stevens McDonald’s for Lake Stevens Middle School.
The McDonald’s at 3529 172nd Street NE in Smokey Point for Lakewood Middle School; Everett Avenue McDonald’s for North Middle School; the Midway Boulevard McDonald’s in Oak Harbor for Oak Harbor Middle School; the Everett Mall McDonald’s for Olivia Park Elementary; and the Stanwood McDonald’s for Port Susan Middle School.
Participating earlier this week were:
The McDonald’s restaurants for for Granite Falls Middle School, Jackson Elementary in Everett, Marysville Junior High, North Whidbey Middle School, Woodside Elementary near Mill Creek and Meadowdale High School.