The Sisters Elementary School Parent-Teacher Community (SPTC) has kicked off its 2016-2017 Box Top for Education Drive.
Community members are encouraged to clip and save their Box Tops, which can be found on a variety of products like General Mills, Old El Paso, Ziploc, Green Giant, Annie’s Organic and more. These box tops can then be submitted to the SPTC who will bundle and send them in to be turned into cash for our school. Each box top is worth $.10 for Sisters Elementary School Programs.
The Box Top 4 Education program began in 1996 with General Mills products. Since then over $700 million dollars has been raised nationwide for schools.
“This year we will have more locations throughout Sisters that community members can drop off their collected Box Tops,” says Box Top Coordinator Mylee Card. “This is an easy way to help raise additional funds for our school and we appreciate everyone’s help!”
Sisters community members can drop their Box Tops at the Elementary School, or in Box Top collection containers found at The Nugget Newspaper, the Sisters Parks & Recreation District Office or the Sisters School District Main Office.
In addition to clipping and collecting Box Tops; there is a Box Top ‘app’ that can be downloaded for smart phones which enable certain products to provide double Box Tops for a selected school. The app is free and simply requires users to log in, select products and then scan a receipt once the selected products are purchased.
For more information please contact Mylee Card at 541-549-8981 or at email@example.com.