Boxtops for Education




School Year 2014 - 2015

I am proud to be the new Box Tops 4 Education coordinator for Blue Mountain Union School this year. I would like to thank those who have supported this wonderful program and encourage everyone to participate again!  Lets get going and see how many box tops we can collect in the next two months!  I want to try and set a new record.

In order to do that I need you to bring your Box Tops in! I’ll be sending in all the Box Tops we’ve collected in January and February by March 5th, 2014. Our goal this year is to earn $1,237.68, so our goal with this submission is $866.08. Wow. That’s a lot of Box Tops!  What are Box Tops? The Box Tops program has two main components through which you can earn cash for our school:

Box Tops Coupons – Clip Box Tops coupons from hundreds of participating products found in your local grocery store and send them to school. Our school earns 10˘ for each Box Top redeemed. Learn more about (

The Box Tops MarketplaceSM – Shop online at your favorite stores like JCPenney and Lands’ End through the Box Tops for Education Marketplace. Our school earns a percentage of each qualifying purchase at no additional cost to you.

The money earned through Box Tops will be split evenly among the elementary, but we would appreciate all students pre-k through 12 to support this program. Each elementary class will be able to use their share to help pay for fun activities at the end of the school year such as pizza & ice cream parties, or popcorn and a movie. It’s just a fun way to raise money and reward our hard working students.

• Bundle your non-expired Box Tops in bunches of 10 or 50

• Use a collection sheet — go to to download one

• Let me know the total number of Box Tops you’re submitting

For every group of 10 box tops your name will be entered into a prize drawing for each class!

Once we send in all the Box Tops, our school will receive a check from General Mills in April.  If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at school or via email

Thanks for all your help!


Beth Fraser