Tell Everyone to Collect Box Tops!

Welcome back to school, parents! My name is Ginger Gauthier and I’m thrilled to be the Box Tops for Education™ Coordinator for Baton Rouge FLAIM. Clipping Box Tops is an easy way for you to help our school earn cash. This school year, our school’s earnings goal is $1,000. Let your friends and families know about this wonderful opportunity! 

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me at gingergauthier@gmail.com or (619) 504-3789. I’m here to make our school’s Box Tops for Education program a huge success this year. Thanks for your help!

To help our school, just look for pink Box Tops on products, clip them, and send them to school. Each one is worth 10¢.  For more information on the Box Tops for Education program, including a list of participating products and our school’s progress, visit www.BTFE.com. Be sure to become a member to receive exclusive coupon offers and recipes and learn about extra ways for our school to earn.

SUBMISSION DEADLINES

Our school receives two checks from the Box Tops for Education™ program each school year. If you turn in your Box Tops before October 16, 2015 you can help boost the amount of the first check we receive in December. Our school’s Box Tops have to be submitted by November 2, 2015 to be included in our December check. Hurry, clip your Box Tops and turn them in before the deadline. Thanks for your help!

  • Bundle your Box Tops in groups of 10 or 50 using a sealable bag or envelope
  • Tape or glue Box Tops on a collection sheet.

The last Box Tops submission of the school year is March 1, 2016. You can help us reach our yearly goal and make our April earnings check big by sending in your Box Tops by February 12, 2016. This is the last chance for you to help our school earn cash this school year through Box Tops.

I’ll be bundling all the Box Tops. If you’d like to help out, just let me know. It’s fun and easy! If you have Box Tops you still need to get to me, here are some optional tips that will make the submission process easier:

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