This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Tyson. The opinions and text are all mine.

Tyson grilled and ready chicken breast strips

My parents are both educators. My dad teaches EMT students at a community college, and my mom is a special education teacher at a public high school. I have a great appreciation for education, and feel fortunate to be raising my children in a country with a free public education system that hires caring, hard-working, and compassionate teachers.

My baby girl started Kindergarten this year, actually just a week ago, and I can already see that she is going to absolutely love it. Being the over-bearing, over-protective mother that I am, I was apprehensive of letting my pride-and-joy into a new environment, but as soon as I was able to tour the kindergarten she is going to, my anxiety was eased. The school is centered around learning through play, and it looks like a nurturing environment for young minds.

Her teacher won me over within the first 5 minutes. She is organized, delightfully upbeat, and was able to answer 90% of my questions before I even asked them. She is an impressive blend of bubbly and assertive, which I imagine makes her incredibly gifted at what she does.

Since I have parents who are educators, I know how much the teachers at her school care about their students. I know how much work goes into their jobs, and I truly grateful the work and effort that all educators put forth.

I will never be able to fully demonstrate how appreciative I am of the teacher that is teaching my little girl how to read, or the principal who makes sure the school runs smoothly, or the secretary, who answers my calls and directs me on the right path, but there is one way I can help give back to the school.

There is a new program that Tyson® has put together called Tyson Project A+™.

Project A+

Here’s How it Works

When you purchase Tyson® products that have the Tyson Project A+™ label on the package, you can clip that label and submit it to your school. For each label collected, Tyson® will give your school 24¢, that your school is able to use for whatever it needs.

To see if your school participates, you can look up your school.

Can’t find your school? No problem! You can enroll them!

How to Enroll Your School

I nominated my daughter’s Kindergarten school, so our community can start clipping coupons and help support our schools. It is easy to enroll a school, and even parents of students in the school, or members of the community can get the ball rolling. You just select Enroll Now, fill out your school’s information, and start collecting labels. Get the word out, tell other parents, and start clipping those labels! Once you have 100 labels collected, submit them to Tyson® foods, and a check will be mailed directly to the school in 4 – 6 weeks.

Project A+ label

Where to Find Tyson Project A+™ Labels

You can find Tyson Project A+™ labels on many Tyson® products! I picked up Tyson® Grilled and Ready® Chicken Breast Strips at my local Walmart, and used them to prep 3 easy chicken lunchbox ideas for my daughter to take to school. They’re on a variety of products, so just check for the Tyson Project A+™ labels!

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