• Box Tops

                Wallace Elementary School collects "Box Tops for Education".  This program enables us to earn money for each "box top" that we turn in.  The logo, like the one above, can be found on many General Mills, Hamburger Helper, Betty Crocker, Ziploc, Pillsbury, Old El Paso, Cottonelle, Kleenex, Scott, Hefty, and other products that you probably already purchase.  The company gives us 10 cents for each one we send in! Classroom teachers use this money to help buy needed items for their classrooms.

                Collecting Box Tops can be easy and fun.  Make it a game. See how many Box Tops your child can spot while grocery shopping. Sometimes products will have more than one Box Top.  After purchasing items with Box Tops, to make the collection process simple, put a plastic sandwich bag in your kitchen cabinet, clip the Box Top off the product and slip the Box Top into the bag each time you come across one. Send the bag to school with your child when it is full.           

            Collecting "Box Tops" is an easy way for you to show your support for your child's education. 



    Here is a printable Box Top sheet for you to glue box tops too. 

Last Modified on November 19, 2018