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It’s the beginning of a new school year. For our family it’s the first year having someone in school all day. I know how hard teachers work to prep during the summer for this time, but they still need our support and help. So Mark and I joined the PTA – and I already have my first assignment managing the basketball throw at carnival night. Thankfully there are companies that also give back to schools with easy label clipping programs, like Tyson’s new Project A plus. In the packet we got after signing up for the PTA there included a pouch for collecting Tyson’s Project A+ labels.
There are so many programs out there like Box Tops and Capri Sun Pouches, that I was excited to learn more about Tyson’s new program for giving back with labels. It really only takes a few seconds to cut out the label and then send it with your kids to school. It’s seriously no work at all, and you get to feel good about giving back.
Before your start sending the labels to your school, though, make sure they’re enrolled in the program. It’s an easy 4 click process, and you can get all the information you need on your school’s website to register – things like address and phone number of the school.
Our elementary school was already registered, so I’m going to take some time the next day I get together with my mom, and help her register the school she works at – Because every school needs the extra help. Whether the library needs updating, a new safer playground is needed, or the teachers need a little extra help in purchasing supplies for their classroom. Tyson’s Project A+ labels will help get those needed items for your school.
I saw some great ideas on Tyson’s pinterest board for label collection boxes, and there are some fun clip-arts as well on the Tyson website.
To start our school year off right, I wanted to have a delicious, but quick the night before. So I grabbed some Tyson Southern Chicken Breast Tenderloins (and other Tyson products for easy lunch and dinners this school year!) Everyone loved these Southern Style Chicken Fajitas I made with Tyson’s Southern Breaded Chicken Breasts.
Southern Style Chicken Fajitas
6 Tyson Southern Chicken Breast Tenderloins
1/2 green bell pepper, sliced
1/2 cup white onion chopped
2 tsp Wildtree Guacamole Seasoning
Cook the chicken according to package directions. Saute peppers and onions in a small frying pan. Mash avocado in a small bowl and mix in guacamole seasoning.
Assemble ingredients in the tortilla shells. Enjoy!
Don’t forget to clip the Tyson Project A plus label and send it to your kids school!!
*This post was sponsored by Colective Bias and their client. All thoughts, opinions and recipe are my own.