TULSA — Teachers and students in the Tulsa area will be able to get free breakfast at McDonald's next week during state testing.
On April 2, Green Country students in the third through eighth grade, and teachers, will be eligible for the free breakfast.
A child who visits a McDonald's with a parent or guardian, and any teacher with a valid teacher/school identification card, will receive their choice of an Egg White Delight McMuffin sandwich or fruit and maple oatmeal, apple slices and a choice of 1 percent low-fat milk or an apple juice box.
The offer is from 6-9 a.m. at participating McDonald's locations in Tulsa and the surrounding areas, representatives with the fast food chain said.
“It’s our pleasure to offer a wholesome meal to Oklahoma students to help them prepare for their state testing,” said David Hadley, Oklahoma McDonald’s Owner/Operator. “We want our students in Oklahoma to be as successful as possible and that is tough to do without a healthy breakfast.”
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