SBHS eScrip Earnings Drop

In a 12/4 e-newsletter sent to Santa Barbara High School parents, the school’s Parent Teacher Student Association announced its monthly eScrip earnings have dropped from about $250 to $60. The eScrip fundraising program lets families support the high school at no additional cost to their pockets each time they shop at stores like Lazy Acres, Home Depot, Sears, and, until recently, Vons. “We need to bring that number back up so we can continue to fund programs such as the Teacher Wish List and the After Prom party,” the e-newsletter read.

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