Box Tops Contest deadline Friday, Oct 24

Hopefully those Box Tops that you have been saving all summer can now be put to good use for our school. We will be having a contest to see which classroom can collect the largest dollar value of Box Tops. Grades K – 8th can participate. For all grades the Box Tops will be collected in your child’s homeroom class except for the 6th graders where they will be collected in their 2nd period class.

The winning classroom will be treated to an ice cream party. Prizes will also be awarded for the second and third place winners. You can get other friends and family involved to help boost your child’s contribution. The contest will end Friday, Oct. 24th.

FYI:
·         For a complete listing of all participating Box Top products please visit:
http://www.boxtops4education.com/AboutBoxTops/Products.aspx

·         We are also collecting Campbell’s “Label’s for Education” UPC’s. They will not count towards the Box Top contest, but they help us to earn playground equipment.

·         For a complete listing of all participating Campbell products please visit:
http://www.labelsforeducation.com/eligibleproductsEN.aspx

Thanks from your Box Top Team

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Reagan Academy School Carnival Friday, Sept. 5, 4:00-7:30 PM

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This will be wonderful night where parents, students, teachers and the community can enjoy activities together while raising funds that will directly benefit the students of Reagan Academy.  The money that we raise will go to support activities such as Red Ribbon Week, White Ribbon Week, the Science Fair, the birthday table, staff appreciation, and other PVO supported activities. Feel free to invite your friends and neighbors, and “share” this great activity.  The following pricing information will help you plan for a great family night out. Games and rides can either be purchased individually with tickets, or by buying the appropriate wristband.  Food can be purchased with tickets or cash.

Unlimited ride wristband $8.00
Unlimited ride & game wristband $11.00
Tickets 4/$1.00
Games (individual price) 2 tickets
Rides (individual price) 2-4 tickets
Rockwall 10 tickets
Hot Dogs 4 tickets or $1.00
Cotton Candy 4 tickets or $1.00
Sno-cones 4 tickets or $1.00
Nachos 4 tickets or $1.00

 

Service Project/Walk-a-Thon for Lydia!

Our 6th grade classes are doing a service project to help a 2nd grade Reagan Academy student with the costs of her surgery and, the prosthetic that she needs after her surgery is complete. For more information about Lydia’s situation, visit  https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/px34/a-new-foot-for-lydia. The 6th grade has also placed cans in each classroom to collect any coins, change, or money that people want to donate to help Lydia. All of the money collected will go directly to Lydia’s family.

Lydia

The students have also organized a walk-a-thon on Thursday, April 24th  –  2nd & 6th. To participate in the walk-a-thon please contact the office at 801-489-7828.  These students have had the opportunity to meet with Lydia and her mom and to learn more about her situation.  They have made a real connection with her and are  excited about the opportunity to serve her and her family.

To read about Lydia’s surgery, you can also go HERE.

Fundraiser for a Reagan Student

As a Reagan family, when one of our own stands in need, we like to do what we can to help.

Meet 8-year old Lydia.

Lydia

Lydia will be getting her foot amputated at the end of March and due to so many medical expenses, the family has set up a fundraiser account through giveforward.com. This fundraiser is to help pay for medical bills and help the family meet their deductible for the up-coming surgery.

Please, if you are able to help donate any amount, no matter how small, or if you are unable to help financially, please help by passing Lydia’s story and link to her fundraiser via email, Facebook, and any other social media, we know the family would really appreciate it.

To read Lydia’s story and to donate, go to https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/px34/a-new-foot-for-lydia

Good Luck Lydia! We’re all rooting for you!

Vote With Target

Your vote makes a big difference to our school. Visit GiveWith.Target.com to vote to our school.
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This year, Target will give money to schools all over the country for one simple act: a vote. Our school needs just 25 votes to earn a $25 donation from Target. But that’s only the beginning. For each additional vote, our school will get $1 more. So please remember that, although the gesture is small, the rewards are potentially huge. Go to GiveWith.Target.com to vote for Reagan Academy once a week through September 21 or until Target has given away all $5 million. And please forward this email to your friends. Vote and see rules at GiveWith.Target.com.
Thanks,
Reagan Academy PVO

Box Tops / Campbell’s Fundraising Contest

Box Tops / Campbell’s Fundraising Contest

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Box Top Contest
As our yearly tradition, we are having a contest to see which classroom can collect the largest dollar value of Box Tops.  The winning classroom will be treated to an ice cream party. This contest is for grades K – 6th.

These items are to be turned into your child’s homeroom teacher.  Food prizes will be awarded for the second and third place winners. You can get other members of your family involved to help push your child(ren)’s class over the top  (such as grandparents, aunts, uncles, or anyone else). Bring in those Box Tops to put your class over the top.  The ending and collection date for this contest is Friday, Oct. 25th.

The benefits from this program have aided your child(ren)’s overall educational experience here at Reagan Academy.

The results of this contest will be mentioned in the morning announcements of the following week.

For a complete listing of all participating Box Top products please visit:
http://www.boxtops4education.com/AboutBoxTops/Products.aspx

Box Tops for Education Marketplace:

Not many parents have taken advantage of this program. Just a brief idea of what this is… Box Tops has partnered with many of the most popular stores on the web like JC Penny, Lands’ End, Barnes and Noble, Best Buy and Target.  When you shop through the Box Tops Marketplace with one of these merchants, schools earn a cash donation with every qualifying purchase up to 8% at no additional cost to customers.  If this is your first time visiting the website, you can register at (http://www.boxtops4education.com/) to become a member (no cost) then click on the Marketplace tab to start shopping.

Campbell’s program:
In the past, we have exchanged a majority of the point value from this program to acquire needed equipment for recess and PE programs. We were able to purchase 100% of the equipment need for recess and about 1/3 need for the PE program.  In the spring of this school year, we will be making some additional purchases. Please know it was this program with all the UPCs you submitted that have and will make this possible.

Please submit your UPCs for the Labels for Education program along with the Box Tops to your child(ren)’s teacher.

For a complete listing of all participating, Campbell products, please visit:
http://www.labelsforeducation.com/eligibleproductsEN.aspx

Just a reminder, the Campbell’s UPCs cannot be counted toward this contest since they do not carry any dollar value.

From the Box Top / Campbell’s Coordinator

Box Top & Cream of Weber Give ‘em Five Contest

Box Top & Cream of Weber Give ‘em Five Contest
We greatly thank to all the classrooms competing to win a pizza party for the class with the most Box Tops. Here are the winners:

– Third place went to Mrs. Provstgaard’s Morning Kindergarten class.
– Second place to Mrs. Smith’s 1st class.
– First place and winner of the Pizza Party is Mrs. Fessler’s 6th grade class.

For a complete listing of all participating Box Top products please visit:
http://www.boxtops4education.com/AboutBoxTops/Products.aspx

Our next contest is October 2013. Remember to save all your Box Tops and Campbell’s UPCs until that time. You can still turn these items before October 2013 by placing them in the drop boxes by the front desk.

Again, thank you for all your efforts in making this contest very successful.  We could have not done this without your support. The funds collected in this contest are helping fund and support school field trips this year.

Box Tops for Education Marketplace
Box Tops has partnered with many of the most popular stores on the web like JC Penny, Lands’ Ends, Barnes and Noble, Best Buy and Target.  When you shop through the Box Tops Marketplace with one of the merchants, schools earn a cash donation with every qualifying purchase up to 8% at no additional cost to customers.  If you have not visited this website you would just need to register at the home page (http://www.boxtops4education.com/) to become a member (no cost) then click on the Marketplace tab to start shopping.

Campbell’s UPCs
Please keep submitting these UPCs with the Box Tops either to your teacher or in the drop boxes by the front office. Points accrued from this program allow us to obtain needed supplies for our school programs. For a complete listing of all participating Campbell products please visit:
http://www.labelsforeducation.com/eligibleproductsEN.aspx

Box Tops due February 22

The Box Tops collection date will on Friday, February 22, 2013. The winning classroom will be treated to a pizza party. Food prizes will be awarded for the second and third place winners. You can get other members of your family involved to help push your child(ren)’s class over the top (such as grandparents, aunts, uncles, or anyone else you can involve). The morning and afternoon kindergarten classes are being considered 2 separate classes.

Box Tops – Due February 22

The Box Tops collection date will on Friday, February 22, 2013. The winning classroom will be treated to a pizza party. Food prizes will be awarded for the second and third place winners. You can get other members of your family involved to help push your clhild(ren)’s class over the top (such as grandparents, aunts, uncles, or anyone else you can involve). The morning and afternoon kindergarten classes are being considered 2 separate classes.

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