Box Tops for Education

box tops booster club

Welcome to Forest Elementary Schools Box Tops for Education page! We greatly appreciate all the box tops you have sent in and look forward to your continued support of this worthwhile fundraiser. We never stop collecting box tops, so keep sending them in!

How do we get money from the box tops? After you send in the box tops to school, they are cut, sorted and counted. Then twice a year, they are submitted to General Mills, and the school receives a check for the total number of box tops sent in.

Each box top is worth 10¢. For example, if we submit 500 box tops, Forest School is sent a check for $50.00.

Collecting box tops symbols is easy:

Clip the Original Box Tops for Education symbols. Clip box tops from hundreds of participating products.

Send them into school with your children, and they can place them in the designated container in their classroom. It’s that easy.

Be informed:

Join the Box Tops for Education Booster Club on line and find out how Forest School is doing. It’s free and easy. Booster Club members get regular e-mails direct from box tops filled with links to make a difference for their family and our school. Follow this link to the official box tops site to sign up for the Booster Club.

Don’t forget to assign Forest Elementary School, West Haven, CT, as the school you support!

This is a partial list of products with Box Tops for Education symbols on them:

General Mills Cereals

Pillsbury refrigerated products

Hamburger Helper

Tuna Helper

Chicken Helper

Betty Crocker Potatoes

Old El Paso products

Pillsbury Pancakes, Waffles, and French Toast, frozen rolls

Betty Crocker Products

Such as Fruit Roll Ups, Fruit Snacks, Frosting, Cake mixes NatureValley Products


Pop Secret Popcorn

Cascadian Farm products

Gold Medal Flour

Ziploc brand products

Yoplait products