First-grade students at Phillippi Shores Elementary won the grand prize in the Box Top Traveling Trophy contest for collecting 2,445 box tops during the course of the school year. The students in Mrs. Feaster’s winning class will receive a pizza party and box top cake, as well as a trophy to display until next year’s contest.
This year, Phillippi Shores raised $3,260. Box Tops for Education gives community members an opportunity to earn cash and supplies for their school by clipping box top coupons.
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