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Red Robin Dine-Out

Support St. Irene School by joining us for a meal at Red Robin in Warrenville any time this Thursday, November 17th. flyer

Box Tops for Education

There's more than one way for our school to earn money through the Box Tops for Education program! In addition to collecting box tops from participating products and turning them in to your child's classroom, you can also help us earn money when you shop online. Participating retailers will donate 1-20% of your purchase back to our school when you shop through the BTFE web site. It just takes a minute to register; visit

Do you shop at Target?

Please take a few minutes to help St. Irene School by signing up for Target's Take Charge of Education program. Target will donate 1% of your Target credit card purchases at Target stores and to St. Irene School. To sign up, call 1-800-316-6142, or visit, or visit an in-store kiosk. Over 130 cardholders have already signed up. Target donated $1119.53 last year to St. Irene. Since March 2007 we've already accumulated over $1000 towards Target's next donation to St. Irene School!

Labels for Education

Saving Campbell’s Labels for Education is an easy way for the St. Irene community to obtain free equipment and supplies for our school.

As you can see in the Eligible Products Information on the Campbell's website, it’s much more than just Campbell’s labels - for example, Pepperidge Farm, Swanson, V-8, Prego, Pace, Franco-American, and even some Market Day items! So be sure to start collecting labels from all the eligible products.

Please submit the correct label part per the information on the Campbell's site - this will ensure that we get credit for every label submitted. Trim labels as directed, put them in an envelope labeled "Campbell’s Labels" and the grade level of your child, and send the envelope with your child to school. Your child will put them in the Campbell's Labels container located in their classroom.