Westchester Middle School students gave teachers an A-plus on their fundraising efforts to support the schools WPTC.

Westchester |Westchester Middle School teachers, parents, students, and friends gathered at the McDonald’s located in Westchester, on Wednesday, May 22nd. The golden arches where shining bright under the sunshine of the day and this successful event had everyone beaming with excitement. This event offers community members a win-win situation whereby dining in the restaurant, a portion of proceeds would be donated to the school

Teachers and Administration volunteered behind the counter where they served students and their families at McTeacher’s Night.

Several Teachers sold Apple Pies  to customers during this event and did an outstanding job. WMS Band Director Jason Kluge wore the apple pie costume and took pictures with families and students. 

The proceeds from the 128 pies sold, which were donated by David Bear, went directly to benefit the students.  Twenty percent of the proceeds from the McTeacher’s Night sales were also donated to the WPTC, which stands for Westchester Parents and Teachers for Childrenwhich will use the money to help support the WPTC.

To make this event even more memorable the WMS Band and Chorus made appearances.They kept the sound alive with the sounds of the Drumline and songs. 

David Bear, OwnerOperator of the Westchester McDonald’s on 31st. St. is honored to be part of the success that is making a difference in the lives of today’s children.

“McDonald’s has a large commitment to education and many important initiatives that support families and the local community, McTeacher’s Night does that.” David Bear said.

A special thank you goes out to Tammy Flynn of the WPTC for coordinating the entire event.

McTeacher’s Night was courtesy of the Bear Family Restaurants and McDonald’s OwnerOperator, David Bear. Like us on Facebook and visit our Bear Website.

For more information about events provided by the Westchester McDonald’s, please contact Community Relations Director, Julie Travers at julie.travers@comcast.net.