All students who contributed to the Box Tops for Education drives at Bradt Primary School and Pinewood Intermediate School had their names entered in a December drawing for an assortment of small prizes. The winners were:
Nya Baker of Ms. Brousseau’s class (kindergarten)
Will Quinn of Mrs. Hackett’s class (kindergarten)
Isabella Murphy of Mrs. Taylor’s class (first grade)
Donovan Cummins of Mrs. Masick’s class (first grade)
Alexander Parent of Mrs. Dorado’s class (second grade)
Caitlyn Richmond of Mrs. Brem’s class (third grade)
Abigail LaPlant of Mrs. Mullen’s class (third grade)
Joshua Bustelos of Mrs. Kuebler’s class (third grade)
Alexis Brown of Ms. Pollick’s class (fifth grade)
Patrick Hyam of Ms. Pollick’s class (fifth grade)
Teachers at Bradt and Pinewood urge parents and guardians to continue to clip and submit Box Tops for Education to their children’ schools. In early January, Pinewood received a check for $3,048 from the General Mills organization to further support the school’s education initiatives. The support allows Pinewood to provide for classroom items that might otherwise be unavailable to students when parents submit Box Tops codes from participating product packages. To learn more about how the program works, please visit the official Box Tops for Education website.
In addition to Box Tops for Education, the district will continue to participate in Price Chopper’s Tools for Schools, which enables customers to donate points they earn shopping to help schools obtain school supplies, musical instruments and playground equipment. Parents and guardians may submit their Price Chopper AdvantEdge card numbers to Kathy Ives-Kline at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (518) 356-8430 to ensure the district receives points for their purchases.