Summit girls are academic state champions

Summit Academyís volleyball team was named as State Academic Champions for 1-A, Division 2 with a 3.942 cumulative grade point average, the highest of any classification. Front from left are Ashlee Stubbers, Rachel Waters and Rachael Frei. Back from left are coach Danielle Spencer, Kaitlyn Stubbers, Sarah Chmelik, Megan Seubert, Julia Osborne and Megan Rehder.

Summit collecting Labels for Education
The Labels for Education® Program Awards FREE Educational Merchandise.
For over 39 years, the Labels for Education program has been awarding FREE educational equipment to schools in exchange for proofs of purchase from participating products. Itís a fun, easy program where students, families and members of the community work together for a common goal.
Today, Labels for Education is proud to say that over 70,000 schools and organizations are registered with this program, benefiting more than 42 million students. Over the years, Labels for Education has been able to provide more than $114 million in merchandise to Americaís schools!
You can help Summit Academy earn free merchandise such as computers, audio/visual equipment, physical education equipment, reference books, musical instruments or even a minivan, simply by collecting Labels for Education participating product UPCs and beverage/sauce caps and giving them to Summit Academy.
"This year our goal is to collect 10,000 points, and we're asking the community to help," said  Michelle Sonnen the Coordinator for Summit Academy's Labels for Education program. "If we work together, we can build better schools for our children."
Itís easy to pitch in. Visit LabelsForEducation.com for a complete list of participating products and begin saving your UPCs and/or beverage/sauce caps. Be sure to check out the Facebook page at Facebook.com/LabelsForEducation to find out about additional ways to earn Labels for Education bonus points.
For more information on how to be a part of Summit Academy's Labels for Education collection drive, contact the school coordinator, Michelle Sonnen, at 208-962-5650.
The 2012-2013 program runs until June 1, 2013.

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