This year, Chelsea Heights Elementary School has been conducting Box Tops for Education classroom contests in an effort to bring in more box tops and earn funds for classroom supplies, PTO activities and more. The classroom that brings in the most box tops during the contest wins a traveling trophy, a medal for each student and half of their classroom’s earnings.
Lisa Arcand’s first-grade class won the October contest and Carrie Cannon’s third-grade class won the January-December contest. So far this year, the contest has brought in 18,458 box tops.
A drop-off box is located at the Chelsea Heights school office, and anyone in the community can drop off box tops.