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Double Box Tops for Back to School

As I've shared before, I'm the Box Tops Coordinator for our elementary school. It's a fun job, and I love seeing how much money we raise with this easy-to-use program. It's also why I love sharing great deals with you that let you earn double Box Tops – like right now when you buy Scott, Viva and Kleenex at Walmart! While you're out doing your back to school shopping, keep an eye out for the special packaging with double Box Tops, and take this opportunity to stock up your home with paper products, too.

Double Box Tops at Walmart for Back to School

As a busy parent, I get frustrated when our school plans too many fundraisers and is always asking for something. I love that the Box Tops for Education fundraiser happens year-round and is so easy for families to participate. Did you know that over 80,000 K-8 schools participate? It's one of America's largest school-earning loyalty programs! I make a big poster that hangs next to the cafeteria and shows how many Box Tops each class has collected. It's a fun competition between the classes, and it really motivates the kids to collect more. The top class enjoys a Wii party at the end of the year.

Do you collect Box Tops for your school? I'd love to know what you think schools or teachers can do to make it easier for parents. Please leave a comment below.

 

 

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Lawanna

Friday 26th of August 2016

I don't know where to turn them in either. We must have a similar communication issue at our school. I put them in kid's backpacks and instruct them to take them to the office. I do print out sheets and have the kids trim and glue onto the papers. I understand this makes it easier for the PTO.

Kim Blessing

Friday 26th of August 2016

Our collection bin used to be quite noticeable. But the office moved it behind the desk and now people forget about it. We need to make it visible again.

Ashley C

Wednesday 24th of August 2016

I don't have a child and I'm not in school. But, I really don't think they need to do any more than they already do. I save my box tops for a friend of mine who is a teacher and she just turns them into the school. It's not hard for me to keep them in a baggie until I'm ready to send them to her. And then she can turn them in right away or she can keep them in her baggie until she's ready to turn them in.

Cindy B

Monday 22nd of August 2016

I like to use the collection sheets that have 10 squares and a monthly themed picture. My boys will tape the boxtop labels into each square as we collect them. When it is filled up we send it in to the teacher.

Gabrielly

Tuesday 16th of August 2016

Collect the box tops in an envelope once a week.