How you can help Eastridge
Save Your Box Tops and Labels!
The Eastridge PTA will be collecting Box Tops for Education and Campbell Soup Labels.
My Coke Rewards
Every time you enter a MY COKE REWARDS code from specially marked Sprite or Sprite Zero packages, our school gets a chance to score one of 25 $25,000 Sprite Spark Parks outdoor active space.
- Enter Sprite and Sprite Zero Codes: go to mycokerewards.com/schools and enter codes and get your free entry
- Donate Points: Go to mycokerewards.com/schools to enter
Tyson Project A+
Eastridge is part of Tyson Project A+, a fundraising program sponsored by Tyson Foods, Inc. Just clip and collect Tyson Project + labels from participating Tyson product packages and send them to school with your child.
GFS Marketplace Fun Funds Program
By participating, you'll turn your family's food purchases into cash for Eastridge Elementary. Enrollment forms are available in the school office.
Help Eastridge earn FREE educational equipment! Register your Marsh card online at www.marsh.net and follow the prompts. Eastridge's school code is: 28799.
Eastridge is a Market Day school. Orders can be submitted at school or online (www.marketday.com). Eastridge's school number is 6474.
Help us recycle by placing your paper and aluminum items in the containers located in the parking lot off of German Church Road.
Help our Classrooms
We invite the community into the classroom in support of our teachers and their students. We welcome individual, group and corporate donors of new, used or in-kind classroom resources and monetary donations. If you are interested in helping us please click the following 'Wish List' to see what needs we currently have. If you would be willing to help meet some of our needs, please call Ms. Robin LeClaire at 317.532.3150.
This is a great way you can help out in the classroom. Eastridge is participating in teacherslists.com. It’s a free way for the teachers to communicate to the parents and community the needs of their students. Please take a few minutes to log onto the website (teacherslists.com) to see where you might be able to help out. Basic needs like pencils & Kleenex are listed. We can pull together for our kids & get some of these needs met or work together to reach out to the community for donations for larger needs. This is new & some teachers are still posting their lists, so check back often.