Rewards Programs

AmazonSmile

An easy way to raise money for the High Tech Elementary PTA while doing your online shopping! As long as you make sure to do any Amazon.com shopping from smile.amazon.com, 0.5% of price of the eligible purchases will be donated directly to our PTA.

Make sure to designate High Tech Elementary PTA as your charity and have fun shopping!

King Soopers Rewards Card

King Soopers has created the Neighborhood Rewards Program to give back to the community they serve. They reward non-profit groups by making a donation (5% back when you put money on your rewards card) to your charitable cause… in this case, High Tech Elementary PTA.
King SoopersIt’s as easy as 1, 2, 3 to make money for High Tech Elementary (HTES):

  1. Purchase a King Soopers card for $5 NOW
  2. Reload your card with additional value before you shop at King Soopers.
    • Note: you must reload card at register BEFORE purchases are scanned.
  3. Every four weeks, if HTES has collected $5,000 or more in reloads, King Soopers will send a check for 5% of the amount. Amounts less than $5,000 rolled into next cycle.

Note: the rewards card can only be purchased through High Tech PTA so that reloads are tied back to the school. If you buy a reloadable King Soopers card directly from King Soopers, the school does NOT get credit.

Box Tops for Education

Slide1Start clipping today to raise 10¢ per box top for High Tech Elementary School. Each month the classroom that has collected the most box tops receives a “Uniform FREE Day” reward.
Box tops can be turned in to your teacher or the collection box outside the school’s front office (plastic bag with student name and teacher name). At the end of each month the box tops will be tallied up and the winning classroom will be announced during the morning address at school.

BOX TOPS COLLECTION SHEET

Milk Caps for Mooola

Milk Caps for Mooola is a program sponsored byLongmont Dairy Caps Longmont Dairy that helps students earn money for their school and students.Longmont Dairy milk caps are worth 5¢ each and are redeemable for cash by participating schools only. Bring your milk caps to school and put them into the High Tech front office collection box

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