Totino’s “Learn a Ton when School is Fun” Sweepstakes and Box Tops for Education Program

Do you collect Box Tops for Education? I only just recently started collecting them last year while my sons were in Pre-Kindergarten and ECE (Early Childhood Education). I love this program because it is so simple to participate! Well, now there is an even BETTER reason to do your part. Details are as follows:

According to a recent survey, 93% of parents believe their kids perform better when having fun during the school day. This school year, Totino’s® is giving away one million Bonus Box Tops (equivalent to $100,000) to help bring fun ideas to life both inside and outside of the classroom, through the “Learn a Ton when School is Fun” sweepstakes:

    • This school year, four participating schools in the Box Tops for Education (BTFE) program will each win 250,000 Bonus Box Tops, equivalent to $25,000, from Totino’s to help fund a fun project at their school. Visit to view official sweepstakes rules.
    • You can start, or continue, to earn cash for your kid’s school by collecting Box Tops coupons from hundreds of products, including Totino’s,
    • This back-to-school season, Totino’s® Party Pizza® and Pizza Rolls® Snacks will feature double Box Tops on select varieties, to help you earn even more for your kid’s school!

Fun is an essential part of learning. Continue to help make your kid’s learning environment more fun and exciting by taking advantage of these simple opportunities from Totino’s – enter the “Learn a Ton when School is Fun” sweepstakes for your chance to win 250,000 Bonus Box Tops, and serve up a quick and delicious after-school snack with Totino’s Party Pizza and Pizza Rolls Snacks, while collecting double Box Tops from each. You can also check out the videos from a group of Totino’s Fun-Atics, Box Tops Coordinators who are bringing fun to their local schools.

1According to a survey conducted by Totino’s June 2011

Even though school doesn’t start for a few weeks yet, I took advantage of this opportunity and served up some Pizza Rolls and Pizza Stuffers for dinner. YUM! After we finished eating, the kids settled with their dad to play (or at least try to play) Brain Quest Smart! Game. The food was generously provided to us with coupons to use at the store. The game, along with the Micro Rubik’s® Cube Key Holder and drawstring bag were shipped to us in the same package as well.



Would you like the chance to WIN the same prize pack that was sent to me? The giveaway ends at 11:59pm on August 20th and is open to U.S. residents only, ages 18 years and older. I will use Rafflecopter both to run the giveaway and select the Winner. Good luck!

Disclosure: The information and prize pack has been provided by Totino’s through MyBlogSpark. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.


  1. My daughter is no longer in elementary school but I still save the box tops and drop them off at the school. I’d let the PTO decide what fun project to use the 250,000 box tops on. The school has a multi-cultural day where there are also sort of activities. I would love to see it used for that.
    Thank you!
    jackievillano at gmail dot com

  2. I “liked Totino’s Facebook page

  3. I’ve give it toward my son’s School for new playground equipment.

  4. I would use it to fund a committee to force the schools to allow more than 15 minutes of recess in a 6 hour day. Seriously, it’s ridiculous. They wonder why the kids are bouncing off the walls and getting in trouble, they barely get 10 minutes to blow off some steam once you factor in walking to and from the playground. If that’s not feasible, I’d fund something like “Scholastic Books for All” so even kids with no money can at least get one book with every book order.

  5. I liked Totino’s Facebook page as Nicole Haas Etolen.

  6. I’d give it to my kids school to use for new playground equipment.

  7. I’d use it towards bringing an age-appropriate author(s) to the school to do readings and talk about their jobs & encourage the love of reading.

  8. Our local middle school (Mt. W) participates.

  9. I’d give it to my daughter’s middle school so they can get more books for their library!!

  10. I liked Totino’s Facebook page as Shelly E Leatham

  11. Tami Vollenweider says:

    I would give it to Elementary school My Son went to to help towards building a playground.

  12. Monica Young says:

    Great giveaway perfect for back to school time

  13. Monica Young says:

    I liked Totino’s Facebook page

  14. I would help expand the library at my son’s school- he is starting kindergarten in a couple of weeks.

  15. I like Totinos FB page (kelly D)

  16. I think I’d let the school decide what they wanted to do with it. But I would have yay or nay power… if i thought it was a stupid idea, I could nix it!

  17. liked Totino’s Facebook page

  18. I’d let the school decide but the local schools could sure use it!

  19. I would like to fund a new playground for a Head Start program here in town thanks

  20. likeTotiinos on fb Julie Scott Laws

  21. I would giv e them to our local park to help with playground equipment and picnic tables
    rjs682 at yahoo dot com

  22. like totinos on fb

  23. I believe our local elementary school is looking to upgrade library books so I would probably suggest that or use the funds wherever needed

  24. Carey Cole says:

    We would buy new outdoor equipment and musical instruments

  25. Carey Cole says:

    I liked totino’s facebook page

  26. tasha kehrley says:

    I would help our school’s special education program!

  27. dana stidham says:

    gardening project would be cool, they had one last year and my son loved it

  28. Tamara B. says:

    I would use them to help my children’s school redo their playground or computer classroom

  29. dana stidham says:

    i liked Totino’s Facebook page.

  30. Tamara B. says:

    I “liked Totino’s Facebook page

  31. Tasha Kehrley says:

    I liked tostinos!

  32. I would donate it to our Elementary School and the PTA would use it to improve our music program.

  33. My son is just starting Kindy on Monday so I am not sure what they would use it for yet! Maybe some new computer or science equipment?

  34. liked totino’s on fb

  35. I would donate to my granddaughter’s school. There’s always things they could use it for, playground equipment, more books for the library, etc.

  36. I “liked” Totino on FB

  37. How great that would be to get all those box tops! We collect them for my sons school. They could use the extra $ for newer computers. They don’t have a lot of them and the ones they have are ancient!

  38. I liked totinos fb page

  39. cheryl founder says:

    We have been collecting box tops for my sons school for 4 years. I would like to let the school decide how to spend them if I won.

  40. Stacey A Smith says:

    I Would use it to help Get stuff for the Art Class .my fave as a Kid.

  41. Stacey A Smith says:

    I Like Tonino’s Facebook page

  42. Oh the possibilities! Where to not use them!

  43. Jan Patterson says:

    I’ve been collecting the box tops for years. I’d like the school to use the money for a music program.

  44. I would love to win the 250,000 I would come up with all kinds of neat activities!

  45. I liked your page on Facebook

  46. Amanda S-K says:

    I would give it to a school that is struggling and let them choose how to use it.  we live in a nice community, while the school could probably use it, it's not hurting for much….

  47. Amanda S-K says:

    i liked totinos on facebook

  48. Charity L. says:

    I would use it to enhance the art and music programs offered by the schools.

  49. Charity L. says:

    I like Tostino's Facebook page.

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