Box Tops & Labels for Education

Did you know last year we made over $2,000 for Crossfield through the Boxtops program? Not sure what a Boxtop is? Boxtops for Education is a program that pays our school $.10 for every Boxtop we collect – you can find them on items you probably already have in your pantry or refrigerator, like Ziploc bags, General Mills cereals, and Kleenex tissues. Click on for a complete list of over 250 current products.  You can also double down on your contribution by downloading the Box Top App for your phone and scanning your grocery receipts!  Try it today!!

Plus, every Labels for Education you send in earns us points towards merchandise in the Labels for Education catalog – merchandise like equipment for our PE classes, supplies for the art teachers, or even a minivan! (No, we don’t really need a school minivan.) You can find Labels on products like Campbell’s Soups and Pepperidge Farms cookies, crackers and breads. Click on for a complete list of current products.

Throughout the school year, your child will bring home a Boxtops Collection Sheet in their Tuesday Folder. Glue or tape Boxtops to the sheet and send it in to the classroom. The classroom that collects the most Boxtops and Labels throughout the school year wins a party in June!

Questions? Contact Karla Mihalak and Allison Wickersham at

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