John I. Meister Elementary


PTO

labels for education

 

The Labels for Education Program is a well known, nation-wide program that provides schools with free merchandise just for clipping certain UPC labels.  Our PTO considers a variety of items & selects merchandise that will benefit both students and teachers.

 

In addition to the familiar Campbell’s soup labels, several other products also have the participating point labels.  For instance, special-point UPC labels are on Pepperidge Farm breads & goldfish crackers, Pop Secret microwave popcorn, Wolfgang Puck products, and even BIC pens & markers!  Don’t forget Spaghettios, Chunky soups, gravies, pork & beans, V8 & V8 Splash drinks and soups. 

 

The majority of the product labels are worth 1 point.  Some labels are worth 5 points or even 10 points.  The more points Meister collects & submits, the more free merchandise we can get.  Some examples are physical ed/gym equipment, musical instruments, art supplies, sports equipment, recess items, computers & electronics, library & reference materials, math & science products, school accessories, software programs, and even teacher & classroom resources. 

 

Please help us gather points! Simply remove the label from the product & cut out the UPC. Then bring the UPC's to school & put them in the box on the PTO table by the front door of the school. It's that EASY to help Meister!!!
 

**   To keep track of labels/UPC’s, younger students may want to use the collection sheets (available on the table by the door or from your teacher).  Simply clip the labels/UPC’s and glue or tape them on the sheets & turn the sheets in.  It’s another fun & easy way to watch the ‘labels’ add up!         

 

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Last Modified on November 8, 2010
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