Dear fellow Hanoverians:
BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION ~ Helps raise money for Hanover Schools!
Please help the Hanover Parent-Teacher Alliance (HPTA) raise money for
Hanover Schools by clipping and collecting “Box Tops for Education”
found on many popular products including General Mills cereals, Nature
Valley granola bars, Ziploc products, Annie’s products, Papermate office
supplies, Hefty bags and many more.
Box Tops collection containers may be found around town in the Library
(near the Children’s Room entrance) and at the Transfer Station (a metal
mailbox near the cardboard recycling area and a smaller mailbox near
aluminum recycling). Box Tops deposited in these containers are collected
3-4 times a year and added to the collections from Hanover students. The
money raised benefits the children of Hanover Schools. Box Tops may also be
brought into the Center/Sylvester, Cedar and Middle School office or sent
in with a neighborhood student.
Every year the HPTA raises THOUSANDS of dollars with this program! In
2017-18 they collected nearly $8,000! Box Tops are worth $.10 each and it
adds up quickly, especially when everyone helps!
Their first collection drive is happening now and throughout the month of
October, so check your pantry, and drop your Box Tops off now. They also
collect during the months of February and May, but you can clip all year
Money raised helps pay for programs, services and school needs that are not
covered by the regular budget. Funds help offset field trip expenses and
special events for students. Sports equipment, books and games are
purchased. Technology equipment has been invested in and educational
support programs have been made available. Every cent goes toward things
that directly benefit the students of Hanover in grade K-8. Please look for
Box Tops on products you purchase, clip them, place them in a Ziploc baggie
or sealed envelope and deposit them in one of the collection boxes around
THANK YOU FOR CLIPPING AND SUPPORTING HANOVER SCHOOLS!
Hanover Parent Teacher Alliance and the Box Tops for Education Team
For more information, please contact Joanna McCormack at
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