September 27, 2016
The Box Tops for Education Box App allows you to easily help our school earn MORE money just by scanning your receipts. With the app, our school can earn 20 or 30 cents on specific products. For more information, please see the directions below or log onto www.boxtops4education.com.
HOW IT WORKS:
- Browse and select offers within the App; then purchase those participating products at any store.
- Upload your receipt using the App.
- We’ll confirm your purchase via e-mail and credit your school’s account for any offers you selected and qualified for.
You can view the credits you’ve earned for your school on the “My Activity” tab in the App or by visiting “My School Earnings” at www.boxtops4education.com/earnings
We came up with this simple How It Works guide to show you how it's done. You can also skip right to the photo-taking tips!
Note: You must be – or become – a member of Box Tops for Education to use the Box Tops Bonus App, so that we know which participating school to award the Bonus Box Tops to. Simply register in the Box Tops Bonus App or visit www.boxtops4education.com to become a member.
New to the Box Tops for Education Program? Learn all about it at www.BTFE.com
September 6, 2016
Congratulations to West DeFuniak Elementary Students of the Month for August! Students who earn this award demonstrate excellent conduct, have good attendance, and maintain excellent grades. Our 5thgrade students will continue to represent WDE at the Kiwanis Club luncheon each month.
Front Row: 2nd grade – Emily Clawiter, 1st grade – Tripton Ervin, and Kindergarten – Jesse Crober
Back Row: 5th grade – Alecia Pineda, 4th grade – Addie Ingle, and 3rd grade – Alyson Mars
September 6, 2016
Ms. Mills class participated in an AIMS activity where they launched rockets….
Stomp rockets is a great hands-on activity that concluded our lessons on Earth and Space. In this lessons the students use the scientific method to hypothesize, conduct the experiment, analyze the results, draw conclusions and report results. They also reflected on how they could have changed or improved the experiment. The discussed and analyzed design aspects, environmental factors and other things that could change the results. In addition to the science aspect students used a real life number line to decipher their results and estimate their final distances based on where their rockets landed and how close or far they were from the positions that were marked.