Teachers and educators help shape the future and the future of our kids. They put in long hours making class plans for the year, grading papers, homework and tests and just being a good influence on every child and teenager that walks into their classroom.

Teachers and educators in Texarkana and throughout the entire nation really had to get creative with their teaching last year as they adjusted to the online classes during the pandemic. That goes for kindergarten all the way up to college and they still face challenges as we all make our way through these Covid times.

Making Sure Teachers & Educators Feel Appreciated This Week

Teacher With Male Pupils Building Robotic Vehicle In Science Lesson

That's why it is so important to make sure they know how appreciated they really are. They are essential workers and it's great to see that restaurants and businesses are seeing that.

Teacher asking her students a question at the elementary school

McDonald's is one such business that is determined to make teachers feel special this week. From Monday, October 11 until Friday, October 15 McDonald's is treating teachers to breakfast for free. Earlier this year they did the same for Healthcare workers and First Responders now it's the educators' turn.

Here's What You Can Get For Free

Smiling female teacher in the preschool

If you are an educator with a valid I.D. you can get a free breakfast every day this week.  You can get either an Egg McMuffin, Sausage Biscuit, or Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit. You will also get hash browns and a medium premium coffee.


This is a national offer and the Texarkana McDonald's locations are participating. So grab your free breakfast this week.

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