Sparty school scores big at Box Top Super Bowl

Journal photo by Stephen Sears - Spartansburg Elementary School Principal Dan Daum marks off yardage during the school’s Box Tops Super Bowl.

SPARTANSBURG — Offensive plays racking up 20 yards at a crack.

Enthusiastic cheerleaders waving red-and-white pom-poms.

Young fans wearing football jerseys dancing and jumping up and down.

The Super Bowl? Absolutely — and at Spartansburg Elementary School, no less.

The school’s annual Box Tops Super Bowl kicked off Friday — and everybody came home a winner.

The event is held to reward students for collecting Box Tops for Education, a program in which box tops are collected from hundreds of participating products found in grocery stores. The school’s PTA organizes the program and redeems the bos tops for 10 cents each.

See Saturday, February 4, 2012 issue of The Journal for complete story.

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