FYI: Market Day has been acquired by World’s Finest Chocolate and they have decided not to continue with the program.
Scrip is a wonderful program that allows you to buy gift certificates for yourself or others and the school earns money, too. The way it works is you buy a gift certificate for a certain amount. You pay the face value of the certificate. The business then gives the school a percentage of that purchase. You get back every dollar that you paid, and the school gets money, too! It is that easy. Click here
to download an order form in PDF format.You will need Acrobat Reader to open the file. You can get that from Adobe’s Website.
Ask for a “Funds for Friends” sticker to be placed on your grocery receipt and turn it into your classroom.
Help St. Mary School by saving Campbell’s soup labels which can be redeemed for free educational items. Students should turn in labels in their classroom. A list of eligible products can be found at www.labelsforeducation.com/eligible_products.asp
. There are many Campbell items, not just soup! Please cut the entire UPC (including the points) and trim carefully on the dotted lines.
Box Tops for Education
Box Tops is one of America’s largest school earnings loyalty programs. Over 80,000 K-8 school participate. St. Mary’s receives 10 cents for each box top. Please make sure the box top is NOT expired and is trimmed carefully on the dotted lines. There is an expiration date on each label. More information is available on the Box Tops for Education
website.Prairie Farm Milk Caps
“Our Caps Your Cause” is a program offered by Prairie Farms. All you need to do is purchase Prairie Farms white or flavored milk in gallon or half gallon sizes and turn in the entire cap to the school. We will peel the label to reveal the code. (If not peeled correctly, the label is destroyed.) Prairie Farms will give St. Mary’s 5 cents for each code we submit.
Milk Moola (Kwik Trip)
The Milk Moola and Donuts to Dough program is sponsored by Kwik Trip. Milk Moola is an easy way for us to earn 5 cents for each cap and bag top you turn in from Kwik Trip products such as milk, orange juice, bottled water and Kwik Trip’s fruit drinks. Donuts to Dough is an easy way to earn 10 cents for each Glazers price oval you turn in from each dozen or half-dozen boxes of Glazers donuts. Students can bring the caps, bag tops, and Glazers price ovals to school anytime.
Tyson Foods “Project A+”
Just clip and collect Tyson Project A+ labels from participating Tyson product packages and send them to school with your child. We’ll collect the labels and send them to Tyson Foods, and they will send our school a check. Each label is worth 24 cents!
With SchoolShare by Market Day, you can contribute additional funds to St. Mary’s just by shopping at many of your favorite online retailers. Enjoy the convenience of shopping online while up to 15% of the purchase price goes to the school. Click here
for a printable list of all merchants or visit www.schoolshare.com
for more information.
Please order/renew your magazines online via credit card (instead of filling out the order forms and paying by check) if you have access to a computer. Simply go to QSP.com and follow the instructions. Please use the online code 425054794 to give our school credit
. The website for orders is www.QSP.com
. (Yes, online orders will count toward prizes in the fall sale.)
Target School Fundraising Program
Designate St. Mary School as your charity of choice and every time you use your Target Visa or Target Guest Card® at a Target store or target.com, Target will donate an amount equal to 1% of Target Visa and Target Guest Card purchases made at Target and target.com, and 1/2% of Target Visa purchases made elsewhere.
Steeple Chase is a 5-K run or 2-mile run/walk in Riverside Park. For a small entry fee, you can participate and walk away with a souvenir t-shirt and possibly a door prize! It’s great fun for the whole family! Our Steeple Chase date for this year is Sunday, Oct. 5, 2014, at 12:00 noon in Riverside Park.
Held on the Friday of Catholic Schools Week. This year it is Friday, January 30, 2015, from 5:00-8:00 p.m.. More information will be coming.
Held each spring. This year the date is Friday, March 13, 2015. More information will be coming.