Good Grade Rewards:Check out the companies offering student or report card rewards to give kids everything from ice cream, to pizza, to movie rentals.

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  • 2018 Report Card Freebies & Deals

    Good grades are a reward within themselves, but did you know that many businesses offer good grades rewards programs for kids?! Check out this wonderful list of delicious food freebies, treats and rewards. . .
    Please be aware that since each of these businesses is independently owned and operated you should always phone ahead to see if they are participating.



    AAFES

    Military students in grades 1-12 can exchange their report card to receive a free coupon booklet. Those with a B-average or better will receive coupons that include a free 16oz beverage, free hot dog and more. A parent or guardian
    will need to show military ID and the child must provide the report card at the nearest exchange customer service area. This offer does include homeschooled students as well. View More details here

    Applebees

    "A" is for Applebees, a positive reward system that is available to teachers (who are able to set the criteria that must be met!). The criteria options include perfect attendance, recognizing students for grade achievements and awards them with a free kid's meal from Applebees.

    Bank & Credit Card Rewards

    Many financial institutions offer savings deposit deals to kids who can show good grades. Discover card offers cash back for those with a GPA of 3.0 or better.

    • Alpine Bank- offers a quarterly drawing for students with A's and B's. The drawn winner receives $10 for each "A" and $5 for each "B".
    • America's First Federal Credit offers the Honor Dollars Bonus program.
      They will deposit $5 into a students account when they provide a report card with all A's and B's.
    • Discovery Federal Credit Union offers a Straight A Pay-Day program where they will deposit $1 for every "A" into the child's savings account, up to $20 per year.
    • First Credit Union Pay's for A's, students receive $1 per A up to $5 per quarter, $20 per year
    • First Southern National Bank will deposit $1.00 into a First Southern Statement Savings account for every “A” a student makes on his or her report card, up to $10 per grading period. Students should bring their report card to any First Southern branch to redeem.
    • Zion Bank offers a program to hardworking middle school, junior high and high school students ages 12-18 can earn $1 per "A" on their report cards. Eligible students are also entered for a chance to win a scholarship savings account valued up to $1,000.


    Baskin-Robbins

    Reportedly, some Baskin-Robbins locations will give away a free scoop of ice cream. (Must Show Report Card) to
    get your free ice cream.

    Bob Evans

    A few Bob Evans locations are offering a free scoop of ice cream for students who received good grades on his or her report card.

    Brunswick Bowling

    Brunswick Bowling locations have offered a program in the past called Games for Grades where students could score a free game for each A on their report card. It is unknown whether this offer extends to 2018 or not, so be sure to call your nearest location to check!


    Cheryl & Co

    Kids can score a free cookie for every 'A' they receive on their report card at participating locations only. View full details here

    Chick-fil-A

    The 3 locations that had offers have since been rescinded and removed from Facebook altogether. From the amount of harassment we received from sharing those 3 generous locations, I can say I'll NEVER darken the doorstep of another Chick-fil-a in my LIFETIME.

    Chick-fil-A, a report card with A's and B's earns a free Chick-fil-A Original Sandwich. Prior offers for some locations
    included a choice of free chicken nuggets or free ice cream cone. As with ALL offers, not all locations participate and some locations have their own unique offers, so call ahead. (Must Show Report Card)



    Chuck E. Cheese

    Chuck E. Cheese, kids earn game tokens for their grades. There's a limit of 10 tokens allowed per child and a food purchase is required. View full details here

    Family Video

    Family Video locations across the country will give free movie and game rentals to students with an A in a core subject on their report card. K-12 + College can pick up a rental. (Must Show Report Card) View Complete Details here

    GD Ritzy’s

    GD Ritzy’s offers a Scoops for Scholars program
    Kindergarten – Jr. Scoop of Ice Cream
    1 A = Medium flavored soft drink
    2 A’s = Single Scoop of Ice Cream
    3 A’s = Hamburger, Cheeseburger or Hot Dog
    4 A’s = Double Scoop of Ice Cream

    Haute Dogs and Fries

    Last year Haute Dogs and Fries tweeted out a wonderful offer for students and graduates to receive
    a Free Ice Cream. No word on whether the offer will be repeated this year, but if you have a Haute Dog and Fries location near you, it's certainly worth following them.


    Jason's Deli

    Jason's Deli Kid Cash – Both teachers and parents alike can get Kid Cash to reward kids under 12 for good grades which can then be redeemed for a free kids' meal. View the Complete details here

    Justice Stores

    Justice Stores, the Tween girl retail store Justice will give you $5 off your purchase. (Must Show Report Card)


    Krispy Kreme
    Reportedly, some Krispy Kreme Doughnuts locations will give a free glazed doughnut (up to 6) to students for every A on your students report card. (Must Show Report Card)

    Logan's Roadhouse

    Reportedly, their Gadsden, AL location is offering a free meal (up to $8) to kids with A's and B's, you must bring the report card.

    Marcos Pizza

    Reportedly, some Marcos Pizza locations are offering a free one-topping pizza to students with an A on their report card. The promotion begins on June 1 and runs through the end of the month. K thru College. Read More Here


    McDonald's

    Reportedly,
    some McDonald's locations are offering students with Straight-A kindergarten through 5th grade can earn a free Happy Meal when they bring in their report cards. Grades 6-12 get a free Value Meal. This is not nationwide, call your local McDonalds to see if they are participating.

    The Melting Pot

    The Melting Pot has a few locations that offer a Free Fondue Dinner for high achieving students in K-8th grade who have scored straight A's on their report card. Two participating locations include Appleton, WI and Boca Raton, Fl. Be sure to phone your local location to see if they're participating.

    Pizza Hut

    Pizza Hut, if you have 3 A's on your report card, you get a free Personal Pan Pizza and a small soda or milk. Dine-In Only for elementary and middle school students.
    View complete details here

    SBARRO Pizza

    Sbarro's locations celebrate PizzAchievers Day on June 23rd every year. On that day simply show up, with report card in hand and "A's & B's, Pizza Please!" and they'll provide each PizzAchiever and their respective accompanying adult with a free slice of cheese or pepperoni pizza and a small beverage.

    Six Flags

    Six Flags offered a Read to Succeed program that encourages children in grades K-6 to read for fun. Each student who completes 6 hours of recreational reading can earn a Free Ticket to Six Flags! View complete details here

    Sonic Drive-In

    Sonic offers a positive behavior support certificate for various achievements such as honor roll, perfect attendance and birthdays. In addition to the certificate, the student also receives a coupon for a free menu item as well. view full details here

    Uno's Pizzeria

    Uno's locations are proud
    to sponsor students achieving great heights! They reward kids for perfect attendance, participation in read-a-thons, as well as decent grades. View the full details here



    Wendy's

    Reportedly, at some Wendy's locations, showing your report card with A's and B's earns a delicious treat. (Must Show Report Card)

    Please note, just because locations participated in the past does not mean they are automatically participating this year, please call ahead to check!

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    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      What if your schools curriculum doesn't offer a's or b's they do report cards on a different scale such as 1,2,3,4 scale based on learning achievements during that quarter
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      That is my question too. Most elementary schools dont use the A through F scale.
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
      That is my question too. Most elementary schools dont use the A through F scale.
      I know Family Video honors any equivalent to an A...
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      Please call your local restaurants to make sure they apart of this promotion. I am the marketing director for a Chick-fil-A in Ohio and we are not doing the promo that is listed.
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      Anyone know the time frame for this? Month of May? June? any thoughts?
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      Any idea if any of these are likely to be home schooler friendly?
    1. Liss's Avatar
      Liss -
      Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
      Please call your local restaurants to make sure they apart of this promotion. I am the marketing director for a Chick-fil-A in Ohio and we are not doing the promo that is listed.
      Yes, the article specifically states this several different times, but always good to add it a 4th or 5th time
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      This isn’t fair for kids’ who’s schools don’t grade on the A’s and B’s scale. My son’s school give S+ or Satisfactory.
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      It say kindergarten threw college but kindergarten dont get A's and B's. Can they still gey anything?
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      Then your kids school is whack! My elementary school has always used A through F scale.
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      They can't please everyone all the time. Not all locations (for any of these freebies) are offering it so it's not fair to some who lives in that area either. No biggie. Can't make everyone happy all the time.
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
      This isn’t fair for kids’ who’s schools don’t grade on the A’s and B’s scale. My son’s school give S+ or Satisfactory.
      Everyone knows a S is an A/B. It's the same scale, different letters.
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
      This isn’t fair for kids’ who’s schools don’t grade on the A’s and B’s scale. My son’s school give S+ or Satisfactory.
      Wah wah cry cry. Get a better school system with real grades. For the 1-4 person, everybody knows 4=A. How about just ask the business, if they are participating the manager will likely say yes to your request.
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      As the marketing director, perhaps you should consider doing this promotion. Grades are important and as a business that relies on community support, you should support your community by helping parents reward their kids.
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
      Please call your local restaurants to make sure they apart of this promotion. I am the marketing director for a Chick-fil-A in Ohio and we are not doing the promo that is listed.
      I am the Marketing Director for Chick-fil-A Restaurants in Missouri and WE ARE NOT doing this promotion either. Please check your resources before posting such offers. It unfair to our guests when we have tell them we are not participating in the promotion you posted! We do honor Teachers and honor roll students in other ways however, it does not seem to matter when they ask if we are participating in viral promotions. It looks as if we are the only Chick-fil-A not participating and guests are disappointed. Please consider the position you are putting businesses in and see from our point that we have to disappoint multiple guests every time these kind of unverified promotions are posted.
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      Quote Originally Posted by Liss View Post
      Yes, the article specifically states this several different times, but always good to add it a 4th or 5th time
      And yet there will be people who won’t read that and get mad at the local restaurant for not honoring it
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      As a business owner, it’s really frustrating when social media outlets publish lists like these. There is no “choice in participation,” when an offer is fabricated. If each restaurant is individually operated, then let them do their own advertising of whatever offer they have decided on. You create an environment of entitlement when you send social media messages like this.
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
      What if your schools curriculum doesn't offer a's or b's they do report cards on a different scale such as 1,2,3,4 scale based on learning achievements during that quarter
      Then the highest possible would a 5 which would be an A.
      5:a,4:B,3:C,2,1:F
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      Our Krispy Kreme was happy to honor 4s!
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      My school uses a number grading system and you can still tell what grade tou got A= 100-90 B= 89-80 C= 79-78 D= 70 F= 69 and below and with the number system if 1 is highest then they will give you credit for that. It's kinda simple
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