Tops, Labels, Rewards and More!
What is Box Tops for Education? We all shop for groceries, sometimes two or three times a week. Now you can turn those shopping trips into easy cash for our school, and encourage friends to do the same! Just look for the Box Tops Educational Support logo on hundreds of products like Cheerios®, Hamburger Helper® and Kleenex®, in almost every aisle of the store. All you need to do is clip and give them to your child’s homeroom teacher. Remember: each one is worth 10¢ for our school! And you’d be surprised how quickly that can add up.
Since 2010, we have raised over $20,000 for our school…just in Box Tops alone!!! (as of 8/2016)
To learn more about the many ways in which you can help us to reach our earning goal, please visit the Box Tops for Education website at http://www.btfe.com/
As an extra bonus: Every time your child turns in 10 Box Tops to their homeroom teacher, they will receive a coupon good for one FREE ICE POP on any Ice Cream Wednesday. Box Tops Collection Sheet – CLICK HERE to download)
Clip and Earn Free Stuff for Your SchoolWe have collected tens of thousands of Labels for Education points over the past years. These points are used each year to buy supplies for our Specials Departments (Art, PE, Music and Media Center).
Step 1: Clip Clip and save UPCs and beverage caps from participating products. Check out the complete list HERE.
Step 2: Give Give the UPCs and beverage caps to your child’s homeroom teacher- when the whole school participates, the points really add up!
Step 3: Earn FREE Stuff for Your School! Your school can redeem Labels for Education points for FREE educational resources!
*Unfortunately this program is ending and this will be the last year we will be participating. Please continue to clip and give these labels throughout the 2017-2018 school year.
Our school is participating in the Tyson Project A+™ program, a fund-raising program sponsored by Tyson Foods, Inc. Through this program, we can raise up to $12,000 for our school this year! It’s an easy way to raise much needed funds by sending in Tyson Project A+ labels from products you probably already buy.
Here’s how it works: Just clip and give Tyson Project A+ labels from participating Tyson® product packages to your child’s homeroom teacher. Each label is worth 24¢! You can also find details online at ProjectAPlus.tyson.com
FREE ICE POPS!: Every time your child turns in a completed Box Tops Collection Sheet (CLICK HERE to download) to their homeroom teacher, they will receive a coupon good for one (1) FREE ICE POP on any Ice Cream Wednesday. Note: Preschool does not participate in the Ice Cream Wednesday program, therefore those students will receive a small prize in lieu of a free ice pop. MONTHLY COLLECTION CONTEST: Each time you send in Box Tops, Labels for Education, Tyson project A+ Labels and/or Coke Rewards you are helping your child’s class to earn resources for their own classroom. Each month, our Box Tops volunteers collect, sort and count what the class has turned in. The classroom that collects the most points is rewarded with an Ace Educational gift card.**The 2016-17 collection dates are 9/19, 10/24, 12/5, 1/23, 2/21, 3/20, 4/24, & 5/22
YEAR LONG COLLECTION CONTEST: In addition to the monthly program, we have a school wide contest in which classes compete to see who can collect the most points from August to May. The winning class will receive an end of the year PIZZA PARTY, sponsored by the ISAB P.T.O.!! You can also check out how your class is doing in our Monthly Collection Contest by checking out the Box Tops Bulletin Board located in the hall just outside the Great Room.
Caps for Love
By now everyone is probably recycling their plastic bottles. Recycling has become a part of everyday life. But did you know that the plastic bottle caps can mean so much more than to just our planet. The Caps for Love program collects and sells plastic caps to recycling companies and then uses the money to purchase wheelchairs for children in need.
Our school has set up a Caps for Love collection box in the hall in front of the Media Center. As you collect the caps at home send them in with your child and they can toss them in the box. Last year in just four months our school collected over 3000 caps. With each cap we collect we are one step closer to helping a child in need.