Take advantage of the following ways to support Alcott School through your normal weekly shopping routines! Don’t forget to encourage your friends and relatives to do the same!
Stop and Shop Grocery Stores A+ School Rewards program – Sign up at www.stopandshop.com/aplua with Alcott School ID number 17979. You may also call 1-877-275-2758 to register your card over the phone. Even if you registered your card last year, you must register this year for Alcott School to receive credit.
Target Take Charge of Education Program – If you have a target Visa Card you may designate Alcott School as a school of choice by visiting www.target.com. The Alcott School ID is number19059.
Scholastic Book Clubs – You can order great books at terrific prices and support Alcott School at the same time. Scholastic Book Fairs are scheduled in the Fall and Spring at our Dobbs Ferry and Crane Road locations.
General Mills Box Tops for Education – Send in your box tops from General Mills cereals, Betty Crocker fruit snacks, Yoplait yogurt multipacks and other General Mills Food Products to school. Each box top is worth 10 cents.
Amazon – Go to smile.Amazon.com from a web browser. On your first visit select a charitable organization to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping. Amazon will remember your selection and then every eligible purchase you make at smile.Amazon.com will result in a donation.
Opportunities to Support Alcott School Take advantage of the following ways to support Alcott School through your normal weekly shopping routines! Select a title below to learn more about it. Don’t forget to encourage your friends and relatives to do the same! Learn about special Fall Fundraisers here. . .go greenly: ultra premium yogurt & smoothies A fun and tasty way to support Alcott. Purchase a $25 gift card through Alcott and enjoy some delicious yogurt! Alcott keeps a part of the proceeds. Want to learn more about go-greenly? Check out their great website: http://www.go-greenly.com
You cn get your giftcard by stopping by any of the school offices or filling out the form below:Amazon.com
Amazon.com provides Alcott School with the opportunity to earn cash while you shop on their website. You and everyone you know can support the school while purchasing the great products the site has to offer!Simply go to amazon through our special link: Enter Amazon Here! This is available on every page of this website at the bottom in the quick links. Please share this with friends and family to help our school! Have a question? Visit our Frequently Asked Question Amazon section. . .School Store We are excited to open our very own School Store! Inside you will be able to customize your own t-shirts, sweatshirts, pants, shorts, hats, blankets, bibs, jackets, and much, much more. Each of the products is made from a fantastic brand such as: Augusta, Adidas, Bella, Champion, Devon & Jones, Hanes, Harrington and others. A percentage of your purchase goes to support Alcott! You can enter the School Store here . . .Have a question? Visit our Frequently Asked Question School Store section. . . Stop and Shop Grocery Stores Stop and Shop grocery stores provide Alcott School with the opportunity to earn cash through the Stop and Shop A+ School Rewards Program. If you shop at Stop and Shop, take a minute to log on to www.stopandshop.com/aplus and register your rewards card with the Alcott School ID number 17979. You may also call 1-877-275-2758 to register your card over the phone. After you register your card, each shopping trip at Stop & Shop using your Stop & Shop card earns cash for Alcott School. Even if you registered your card last year, you must re-register this year for Alcott School to receive credit. Target stores Those of you with a Target Visa Card may designate Alcott School as a school of choice by visiting: www.target.com
The Alcott School ID number is 19059. By participating in Target’s “Take Charge of Education Program” Alcott School will receive 1% of your purchases made while using your Target Visa Card at Target and one half percent of your purchases when shopping somewhere else. General Mills Box Tops for Education The General Mills Company offers a program for schools to earn cash by collecting box tops from their products. Each box top is worth 10 cents. Send the box tops from products you use at home into the school office and we will collect them and redeem them. You will find box top logos on General Mills cereals, Betty Crocker fruit snacks, Yoplait yogurt multipacks and other General Mills Food products. Innisbrook Wrapping Paper Alcott School participates in a wrapping paper sale each fall. The high quality wrapping paper and gift items can be purchased as you need them throughout the year by logging on to www.innisbrook.com
and using the Alcott School account number 101763. Scholastic Book Clubs Scholastic has long provided fantastic and age-appropriate books and resources for children and parents to help them learn to love to read! You can order great books at terrific prices and support Alcott at the same time. While checking out, simply select your teacher and that classroom will receive credit to get books for their classroom! You can log onto Scholastic here, or select one of the codes below to support your child’s classroom: Crane Road • Alissa’s Class: M27BT • Katalin’s Class: M2792 • Ms. Caccavale & Ms. Diane’s Class: HGLN9 • Mrs. Lynch’s Class: M279T • Ms. Marilia’s Class: M279M • Mrs. Hreyo’s Class: JCF44 Dobbs Ferry • Site Wide: (Alcott School is Teacher’s name) M2DWV Fox Meadow • Mrs. Schellati & Ms. Tomoe’s Class: M27B7 • Debbie & Maura’s Class: M2F37 Donations The Alcott School was established as a supportive nurturing educational environment for children with all types of learning styles and their families. The families, friends, staff, teachers, and alumni of our school support our vision, mission, and ideals and have helped us to raise the funds that have allowed Alcott School to grow. We rely on the generosity of our extended Alcott community to provide an outstanding first school environment for our young learners. Current development plans include: • expansion of our program to the central Westchester area with a new integrated site for Montessori and Special Education classes • continued upgrading of our school computer network and it’s capabilities for both children and staff • purchase of new books and materials for each of our locations • reduction of our energy footprint by installing more energy efficient lighting, windows, etc. in each of our locations • and so much more!