Box Tops for Education

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    Box Tops          

    Our goal for this year is to raise over $2,000 in Box Tops (that is 20,000 Box Tops - that's only 20 Box Tops per student for the entire year!). As incentive, the class from each grade that has submitted the most Box Tops by the end of April will have a surprise! Each month the winners will be posted on the PTO Facebook Page.

      
       

    Please make sure Box Tops show the letter code in the corner as well as the expiration date. 

     

    For a list of Box Tops items, click here.

     

      Always check your packages for Box Tops before disgarding. They are on more than just food items.

    Ask grandparents, friends, and neighbors to help save. This is free money for our school, so don’t toss it away! 

     

  • Coke Rewards

     

    Coke Rewards          

     

    Our goal for this year is to raise over $2,000 in Coke Rewards. As incentive, the class from each grade that has submitted the most Coke Rewards by the end of April will have a surprise! Each month the winners will be posted on the PTO Facebook Page.

     

    For Coke Rewards information, click here.

     

    Please keep bottle tops from Coca-Cola products, and be sure to check Coke cartons before throwing away!

     

    When turning in Coke Rewards from a cardboard carton, please ensure the entire code is visible. Coke bottle tops can also be turned in. 

  • AmazonSmile

    Amazon Smile

    AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice. Please select Petal Primary School Parent Teacher Organization as your charity. This is free money for our school!

  • Crayola ColorCycle

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    Crayola and schools across North America are banding together to help kids understand the importance of their role in protecting the environment. Through the Crayola ColorCycle initiative, students in K-12 schools across the continental United States and parts of Canada can collect and repurpose used Crayola markers. ColorCycle is also a great opportunity for teachers and their students to explore eco-friendly practices. Crayola provides specially developed standards-based lesson plans are available to enrich instruction and promote lively class discussions.

     

    What is Crayola ColorCycle?

    Crayola is all about innovative solutions ~ in particular for kids and the environment. ColorCycle is their latest sustainability initiative designed to repurpose Crayola markers.

     

    Can any markers be sent in or just Crayola brand markers?

    Crayola ColorCycle will accept all brands of plastic markers, not just Crayola markers. That includes dry erase markers and highlighters! ColorCycle will eliminate placing hundreds of tons of markers into landfills.

     

    How can I find out more about ColorCycle and other Crayola environmental initiatives? 

    For more information about the ColorCycle program, visit www.crayola.com/colorcycle. Visit the Green Initiatives page to read more about all of Crayola’s other environmental initiatives including our 30-acre solar farm.