McDonald’s turns partyrooms into classrooms for teachers’ distance lessons

McDonald's Partyrooms to classrooms
Multiple McDonald’s branches all over the Philippines are welcoming teachers for distance lessons. Photo credits to McDonald’s.

McDonald’s Philippines has turned its partyrooms into a safe and quiet workplace for the distance learning lessons of teachers this school year 2020-2021 that opened Monday.

The fast-food giant shared the good news on October 2, 2020, on its Facebook post, as they welcomed all teachers in their “McClassroom” at multiple participating branches all over the Philippines.

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“Welcome to your distance learning classroom, teachers!” the popular fast-food restaurant shared.

McDonald’s offers sanitized and conducive work stations for the teachers under the ‘new normal’ along with its famous ‘McCafe’ coffee for free to complete the experience.

The restaurant also announced that it will provide free internet access to the WiFi of McDonald’s branches.

“Binago namin ang aming party rooms to give you a sanitized and quiet working space kung saan pwede niyo gawin ang inyong distance learning lessons — complete with free McCafé coffee pa! In our branches with WiFi, bibigyan din namin kayo ng free WiFi access,” McDonald’s Philippines posted.

(We changed our party rooms to give you a sanitized and quiet working space where you can execute your distance learning lessons – complete with free McCafe coffee! In our branches with WiFi, we will give you free WiFi access.)

To avail of the offer, visit the participating stores and register for a slot from October 5 to 9, 2020.

See the list of “McClassroom” participating stores from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao:



Various projects and initiatives have been launched to help the distance learning of the students.

The Philippines’ top broadcast journalists are training Teacher-Broadcasters for DepEd TV for students without an internet connection.

Non-profit organizations Peace Kamp, Bangketa Eskwela Foundation, and other charity groups banded together to provide the online learning needs of the Aeta people.

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