Monday, October 3, 2011

Support Your School with Real California Milk #CASealAppeal

Real California Milk is supporting California schools by launching the Real Seal Appeal program and awarding California schools with up to $2 million in cash, books and prizes.

California is the nation’s dairy state, it leads the U.S. in the production of total milk, butter, ice cream, yogurt and nonfat dry milk so when looking for the Real California Milk seal, you’re supporting both the 1620 California dairy families and California schools.

From October 1st- December 31st, families can participate by collecting Real California Milk seals from milk and dairy products and turning them in to their teachers. Each seal acts as a sweepstakes entry – the more seals collected and turned in, the more chances your child’s classroom (and school) has to win. If you do not have a child in school, look for a neighbor who has a child that is attending a participating school.

Milk and dairy products are an essential part of healthy eating, especially for children, which is why it is important to have a balanced diet complete with calcium-rich foods such as yogurt, milk and cheese.

What would your school want to spend $20,000 on?

Grand Prize: 3 winning schools will receive $20,000 plus a Wii Fit™ game for
every child in classroom (up to 50)

2nd Place: 3 winning schools will receive $10,000 plus a Wii Fit™ game for every
child in classroom (up to 50)

3rd Place: 3 winning schools will receive $5,000 plus a Wii Fit™ game for every
child in classroom (up to 50)

Runner Ups: 2,595 winning schools will receive $500 prizes

The participating elementary schools are in Imperial, Kern, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties. Find out if your school is participating in the program on the school list.

Scholastic created a web page for parents/teachers/schools.

For additional information, please visit or log onto or Twitter: @RealCalifMilk or FB:

I was compensated for this post. All my photos, thoughts and opinions are of my own.


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