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Each participating McDonald's restaurant will donate a percentage of the sales during McTeacher's Night to its partner school. Each participating McDonald's restaurant will donate a percentage of the sales during McTeacher's Night to its partner school.
CHARLESTON, SC -

Tuesday October 22 teachers and staff from Charleston area schools will work at McDonald's restaurants to raise money for their schools.

Teachers and staff from thirteen schools will participate Tuesday from 5-8 p.m. 

Each participating McDonald's restaurant will donate a percentage of the sales during McTeacher's Night to its partner school. This is the 6th year for Charleston-area schools and restaurant partnerships.

McDonald's Restaurants locations participating October 22 from 5 - 8 p.m.

  1. · 3775 Maybank Highway, Johns Island -- supporting Mt. Zion Elementary
  2. · 2050 Savannah Highway, Charleston -- supporting Oakland Elementary
  3. · 1201 Sam Rittenberg Blvd., Charleston -- supporting Mary Ford Elementart
  4. · 3710 Rivers Ave., North Charleston -- supporting Edmund A. Burns Elementary
  5. · 5950 Rivers Ave., North Charleston -- supporting Malcolm C. Hursey Elementary
  6. · 375 N. Hwy. 52, Moncks Corner -- supporting Whitesville Elementary
  7. · 302 College Park Rd., Ladson -- supporting Sangaree Middle School
  8. · 8401 Dorchester Rd., North Charleston -- supporting Hundley Park Elementary
  9. · 1404 Sniders Ave., Walterboro -- supporting Hendersonville Elementary
  10. · 6005 W. Bilton Blvd., St. George -- supporting Dorchester Academy
  11. · 501 N. Main St., Summerville -- supporting Flowerton Elementary
  12. · 1591 Central Ave., Summerville -- supporting Fort Dorchester Elementary
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