Sometimes even the best students need a little incentive to keep those grades up, especially when the weather gets nice and the end of the school year is closing in. Here is a round-up of some great freebies to reward good students with and to hopefully keep them just a bit more motivated over these final few weeks of school!
Baskin-Robbins: Bring in a report card which has good grades on it and receive a FREE scoop of ice cream.
Brunswick Bowling: Score a free game for each A on the report card at both Brunswick Zone and Zone XL locations.
Chick-fil-A: Bring in your all A’s and B’s report card and receive a FREE 8 pack nuggets! Call ahead to your location to see if they are participating. This is usually a partner program with schools, so you’ll need to verify that your school has signed up for this one.
Chuck E. Chesse: They have rewards certificates and calendar for almost everything from being a super student to having great behavior. Just print one out, complete it with your child and bring it into your local restaurant to receive FREE tokens.
Cold Stone Creamery: Kids can earn FREE ice cream for good grades. Students must earn all A’s & B’s. Kindergarten students up to fifth graders can participate.
Family Video: June 1-30, all students kindergarten through college are rewarded with 1 FREE rental for each final grade of “A” earned in any core subject.
Krispy Kreme: Get a free doughnut for each A (up to 6 A’s).
McDonalds: If your child has a straight “A” report card, he or she can receive a FREE Happy Meal. This may vary by location so you’ll definitely want to call ahead and check on this first.
Pizza Hut: Elementary and middle school kids with a at least 3 top grades just need to show their report card at select franchises to receive a free personal pan pizza and a small soft drink or carton of milk. Dine-in only. Student must be present and the original report card must be presented. Available at participating locations.
Many of these deals can and will vary by location, so it’s always best to call ahead to verify participation. The last thing that you would want would be a disappointed kiddo. 😉