Don’t forget that Truman High School, West Middle School and Eureka Heights Elementary School are all vying for new technology awards in the "Lots2Give" contest being held nationwide by Big Lots.
Each school created a video highlighting the school’s technology needs. Those videos are posted online, to be viewed and voted on. Anyone can vote three times from each electronic device that you possess … that means you can vote daily from your home computer, work computer, smartphone, iPad, etc.
Your vote could help any of the schools win up to $20,000. The videos are online through July 7. Winning schools will share $120,000, which includes the $20,000 grand prize, two $10,000 first-place prizes and four $5,000 second-place prizes. There will also be 30, $2,000 awards.
In addition, you can help participating schools through Big Lots’ in-store donation programs, which allow a $1 or $5 donation directly to the school desired through July 7.
To view the videos or see more on the contest, just click here.