Thanks to all the Labels for Education UPCs sent in by families and community members, there is a new FREE 32-inch flat screen TV in the high school media center.
It took two years to save the 31,100 UPC points necessary to earn the TV through Labels for Education. Students also helped earn the TV through volunteer work. The program awards 500 points for every event where students donate their time.
Cloverleaf students tallied 4,000 points by volunteering to help with blood drives, food drives, Toys for Tots, Academic Challenge events, plus a book and games drive to benefit the Medina County Battered Women’s Shelter. All that was the equivalent of cutting out 4,000 UPC labels!
The next goal is to save enough labels to receive a free DVD / VCR combination deck to use with the TV. Some 6,800 points still are needed to reach the 8,100-point goal.
You can help! Please click the link below for a printable list of the dozens of everyday brands that participate in the Labels for Education program. They include: Campbell’s Soups, Post Cereals, Goldfish, Glad Sandwich Bags, and many Bic pens and pencils.
It is not necessary to send in the entire label – only the UPC symbol on the back of the can or box. Most are worth one point each, but some are worth five points! For more on the Labels for Education program, visit: http://www.labelsforeducation.com/.
The labels may be sent to the Cloverleaf High School office or placed in the bin located in the high school lobby.
We are grateful to all the dedicated label clippers who help our schools earn free items to benefit Cloverleaf students.