Monthly Archives: March 2013

Easter Savings!

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Easter is next weekend! I don’t know about you, but one of my favorite things about Easter is enjoying all those tasty goodies (although the eggs are pretty great, too)! Celebrate Easter with something festive and delicious this year. Bonus – you’ll earn money for your school!

Check out the Easter Basket of Bites from Mrs. Fields. It’s filled with your choice of bite-sized cookies, brownies and vanilla taffy. Whatever assortment you go with, you’re sure to get some great treats to share with your family.

For a unique twist on the traditional Easter basket, take a look at the Big Hopper Easter Gift from Harry  & David. It’s a plush Easter Bunny filled with pears, milk chocolate popcorn, gummy flowers, candy corn, chocolate eggs and decorated cookies. It’s a great gift for the kids you’ll be sharing the holiday with – or just the kids at heart!

Want a great Easter dinner without all the hassle? Order the Easter Dinner from Omaha Steaks. You’ll get a boneless, smoked ham, two trays of roasted garlic mashed potatoes, one package of stir-fry veggies and a carrot cake. How simple is that?

Make it a delicious Easter this year! Shop with our merchants and find all the sweet and savory goodies your family will love. And earn money for your school to boot!

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Save on Bikes, Scooters and More!

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Spring officially kicks off next week! That means your little ones are going to be spending more time outdoors. Shop FAO Schwarz and save on bikes, scooters and more. Plus, you’ll earn money for your school!

Are your kids into bikes? Check out great children’s bikes like the Dynacraft Transformers Bumblebee 14-inch bike for boys. It’s recommended for kids between the ages of three and five. It comes with full color wheel inserts, training wheels, coaster breaks and an alloy quick release seat.

Is your kid still at the tricycle stage? Check out the Schwinn Roadster. It’s a great choice for a first tricycle. It has a low center of gravity to help prevent spills and raised ends on the handlebars to keep your tyke’s hands from slipping off. And there’s extra gripping on the pedals to keep little feet in place. It’s both stylish and dependable.

Razor Scooters are all the rage these days. Shop with FAO Schwarz and save on scooters like the Razor A2 Kick Folding Scooter. It has excellent new features like a wheelie bar for tricks! It’s easy to fold and has adjustable handlebars for added comfort. Plus, you don’t have to worry about it getting damages because it’s made with aircraft-grade aluminum.

For more daring kids, skateboards might be in order. Take a look at the Kryptonic Pro Series 31-inch Fire Skateboard. With its fire print decals, this board is definitely cool. It’s a versatile choice that’s great for any young boarder, especially those between the ages of five and seven.

Physical activity is great for kids. Get your little ones ready to enjoy the warm weather and help out your school, to boot!

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Check Out These Fundraisers!

 

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Here at K12Rewards, we’re proud to help high schools raise the funds they need to support their athletics teams, bands, clubs and student groups. These micro-projects have the potential to contribute significantly to the school experience of the students involved. So I thought I’d take this opportunity to fill you in on a few of them.

Dublin High School in Dublin, CA is raising money to help its marching band buy new uniforms. Their fundraising period for this project ends March 19.

Independence High School in San Jose, CA is raising money to help their volleyball team purchase new balls. The fundraiser goes through March 11. Deer Park High School in Deer Park, TX is working to raise money by March 31 to fund Project Graduation, a drug and alcohol-free post-graduation celebration. And Heritage High School in Brentwood, CA is raising money to help its hip-hop club purchase new dance shirts.

We’re so impressed by the efforts of our member schools and the enthusiasm of the students, teachers and administrators. To read more about K12Rewards, click here. And to see a student-made video about how K12Rewards can help your school, click here.

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