Ronald School Programs

The McDonald’s® Restaurants & Owners/Operators of the Tri-State are pleased to provide these Ronald McDonald shows to schools, camps and community centers.

These Appearances Reinforce Valuable Lessons To Your Children

Ronald McDonald In The Community
Ronald McDonald School Shows
(Time 1 hour)

“You, Me & Ecology”
This fun and informative show helps students gain the knowledge, skills and awareness they need to appreciate and protect the environment.

“You’re The Star®”
Using music, related magic, kid participation and lots of laughter, Ronald® sends a very powerful message to students that they are fantastic, unique and worthwhile, and that every person has something that makes them special. Ronald brings his message to children with a show that is timely, innovative and FUN!

“On The Inside®”
A show designed to teach kids about building good character, developed with the CHARACTER COUNTS!  Coalition, a nationally recognized leader in character education. The show reinforces that “what’s on the inside” – qualities of trustworthiness, respect, responsibility and fairness – is what really counts. Ronald McDonald uses interactive skits, magic tricks, music and lots of laughter to make this message memorable to students.

“Amazing Thinking Machine”
Demonstrates how everyday resources like books, computers, parents and teachers can be used to solve all kinds of mysteries and problems.

Ronald READING HOURS
(Time 25-30 min.)

Imagine the excitement when you coordinate a Ronald appearance at your local town library! Contact your local librarian to set up a Ronald McDonald® Reading Workshop. Incorporating magic and audience participation, Ronald helps children get excited about reading. Reading programs are held in libraries and schools. These are well suited to the younger child (pre-k, kindergarten).
NOTE: These appearances can be either small (in a classroom or library reading room) or large (on stage at a school, camp or youth center). Ronald needs a minimum of 9 x 9 ft. for these appearances. Access to electrical outlets and a P.A. system are also needed.

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