Monday, July 21, 2008

Getting ready for school with Box Tops!

Last year, Nathaniel's school loved getting box tops from kids, because it helps raise money for them. The classrooms had competitions to see who could bring in the most box tops. Kimberly-Clark has partnered with Box Tops for Education, a program dedicated to helping schools raise money to develop programs, purchase books, and buy school supplies. To celebrate, they've launched a nationwide contest offering parents a chance to win 100,000 Bonus Box Tops, plus an exclusive concert featuring Radio Disney star Jordan Pruitt for their child's school. Bonus Box Tops go a long way. Here is what 100,000 - equivalent to $10,000 - of them could mean for your child's school: Technology Upgrades: A mobile cart complete with 20 wireless-ready laptops, allowing travel from classroom to classroom. The Necessities: Enough No. 2 pencils so that, when laid pencil to eraser, they would stretch across the length of more than 145 football fields. Hands-on Learning Outside the Classroom: An educational class trip for 20 students including airfare, hotel accommodations and museum admission.
Parents or legal guardians of students in grades K through 8 can enter the sweepstakes daily June 28 through Sept. 15 online by clicking HERE! Winners will be selected at random from all eligible entries on or around Sept. 22. Look for Box Tops on specially marked packages of participating Kimberly-Clark brands like Huggies, Cottonelle and Kleenex.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

We also do box tops at our school I think it's a great thing.