Local McDonald’s offers free senior portraits to select high school juniors, seniors


SAN FRANCISCO, CA – JANUARY 30: The McDonald’s logo is displayed on the window of a McDonald’s restaurant on January 30, 2018 in San Francisco, California. McDonald’s reported better-than-expected fourth quarter earnings with global same-store sales growing at the fastest pace in six years. Fourth quarter net income dropped 41 percent to $698.7 million, or […]

A local McDonald’s restaurant is offering free senior portraits to juniors and seniors at select schools next week. The Garza family-owned McDonald’s in Rio Rancho is hosting a Senior Photo Day in collaboration with Bryan’s Photography.

High school juniors and seniors in the Rio Rancho School District in addition to a couple of high schools in the Albuquerque Public School district. The Garza McDonald’s Organization will cover the cost for juniors and seniors to get two free 5×7 senior photos with a choice of four backgrounds.

Students who would like to order additional photos may do so and will be offered a steep discount courtesy Bryan’s Photography. School ID’s are required for all students wishing to take photos. 

The senior photo sessions will take place at the McDonald’s at 1390 Pat D’Arco Blvd in Rio Rancho from May 14 through May 17. Sessions will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Garza-owned McDonald’s will also be hosting a hiring fair and will also be providing career advising to local students about the Archways to Opportunity program which allows students working 15-hours a week for 90 days an opportunity to receive tuition assistance each year. 

An Archways graduation event will take place May 29 which will celebrate two graduates of the Archways program. McDonald’s will also be awarding Garza McDonald’s graduating seniors with at least $80,000 in Archways scholarship letters.

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