Chick-fil-a Recognizes Liverpool CSD Staff

LCSD Chick-fil-A Winners

To celebrate the opening of the new Chick-fil-A restaurant on Route 31, 100 members of the Liverpool Central School District’s instructional staff were randomly selected to receive a “Chick-fil-A for a Year” card.

When Chick-fil-A typically opens a new restaurant, the first 100 people to line up at the restaurant receive the card, which entitles the owner to 52 free “Number 1 Meals” (chicken sandwich and fries) for a year. Due to the pandemic, Franchise Operator Jimmer Szatkowski decided he wanted to recognize 100 heroes in the community and reached out to LCSD Superintendent of Schools Mark F. Potter in the hopes of recognizing the staff.

“It’s an incredible calling,” Szatkowski told a group of lucky instructional staff members. “The effect you have on young people in our community is… wow… I’m just blown away by it.”

“I have so much respect for teachers, particularly in the world we live in today with the pandemic and everything else that you face.”

Those staff members not selected for the “Chick-fil-A for a Year” card will receive a Free Item Card from Chick-fil-A.