Worth school wins top spot in Harvey's rewards program
A Worth County elementary school is starting the school year off strong after earning the most points in Harvey's Educational Rewards Program for the third year in a row.
Students and staff at Worth County Primary School celebrated this morning with Harvey's Supermarket representatives at the school. The 515,500 points earned have been redeemed for various school supplies.
Parents of the students at the school sign up for the reward key program and each time they make a purchase at the grocery store, the school receives points.
"They now have education supplies and computers," Harvey's District Director Alton Marcus said. "And the school has a catalog where the can go in and order the materials they want after they gain so many points."
Worth County Primary parents are planning to make the top spot for the fourth consecutive year next fall.