Each month, High Tech Elementary classrooms participate in a Box Tops for Education contest to win a free-dress day. The classroom that submits the most Box Tops by the end of the month, will receive a free-dress day in the beginning of the following month.
Box Tops for Education, which are found on hundreds of grocery store products, can be clipped then attached to a collection sheet and brought to school, or clipped and collected in a plastic bag then turned into the collection box located outside of the main office. However you turn in your Tops, please make sure that your teacher’s name is attached/associated with them, so that your class gets credit…and maybe even a free-dress day!
Box Tops for Education is one of four Rewards Programs managed by the High Tech Elementary PTA. Through everyday shopping, families can easily give back to the school. For each Box Top returned to General Mills, High Tech Elementary receives 10¢, which doesn’t sound like a lot, but it can add up.
The other three Rewards Programs include AmazonSmile, King Soopers Rewards Cards, and Milk Caps for Moola sponsored by Longmont Dairy.
If you have any questions about our Box Tops for Education program, please contact Julie Gladnick.
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