The start of a new school year has always been exciting: new teachers, new classmates, new friends, and new lessons as students continue to grow and excel in their education journey. With Covid-19, this vision of what a normal school day and year is has changed drastically. Districts are now integrating a physically distant back-to-school year and teachers and students are adjusting to the new online education system, teaching, and learning methods.

We didn’t want to leave students without materials, so students and families throughout Dallas and Fort Worth were excited to know that we still had their back-to-school.

We partnered with the Fort Worth Independent School District to help over 600 students at Clifford Davis Elementary School, Hubbard Heights Elementary School, and Manuel Jara Elementary School to help kids and families with back-to-school supplies including a notebook, colored pencils, and school pouch that included pencils, pens, a ruler and eraser. Families were so touched to get the extra help and shared their sentiments: “What you guys think of and do, is absolutely amazing.”

Over in Dallas, the Dallas Independent School District and the families and students of Mark Twain Leadership Vanguard Elementary School were not only thankful but surprised to see us: “I’ve seen you guys on TV. I thought it was just made up! Bless you, for all you do.”

When it comes to the new normal, we’re always trying to come up with new ways to help people across North Texas. Recently, we’ve pumped free gas for Honda drivers over Labor Day Weekend, and have continued to volunteer at local food banks and organizations.

And coming up a real tasty surprise: we’re celebrating National Cheeseburger Day with FREE Cheeseburger meals from Keller’s Drive-In! Want to know the details? Make sure you follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter at NTXHondaDealers to find out when we’ll be there. You never know, your next meal could be our treat.

Stay safe, North Texas!