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If you’re looking for a way to help out Oakstead Elementary School, start clipping Box Tops for Education. You probably have a ton in your pantry, and they can make a world of difference to a district in need.

Start clipping Box Tops for Education. Hundreds of products participate in the program, and you probably already have several in your pantry, freezer and fridge. For every Box Top you clip, Oakstead will receive 10 cents. That may not sound like a lot, but it adds up quickly. We can receive up to $20,000 per school year from clipped Box Tops.

So grab your scissors and keep an eye out for the Box Tops for Education logo on the products you use every day. Scan the shelves at the grocery store.  Participating companies and product lines include General Mills, Green Giant, Totino’s, Pillsbury, Old El Paso, Ziploc, Hefty, Juicy Juice, Betty Crocker and many more.  Click here for a list of participating brands from BoxTops4education.com.

Once you’ve finished with the product, clip the Box Top before you throw it away. Be sure to look over the whole box: Some packages offer bonus Box Tops. Simply send the clipped Box Tops into school with your child and we will deal with turning them in.  If you have at least 25 boxtops you can click here to download a collection sheet, tape them to the sheet and send them in to school.