Mia Teal

E-Commerce Marketing Department

The aroma of freshly baked bread is enough to make anyone stop and smile. At Price Chopper and Market 32, our bread is made fresh daily right in our bakery! We specifically want to highlight our Italian bread today. There are so many different ways to pair Italian bread with your meal, as well as ways to enhance the bread itself. Looking for ways to change up your next meal? Well, look below!

What meals pair well with Italian bread?

  1. Spaghetti & meatballs, pork, or sausage 
  2. Soup
  3. Salad
  4. Eggs & bacon

Ideas to enhance Italian bread:

  1. Butter – We carry a variety of butter including salted, unsalted, whipped, garlic, olive oil & sea salt, and plant-based options.
  2. Bruschetta – Includes garlic, salt, olive oil, chopped tomatoes, chopped onions and anything else you choose!
  3. Olive Oil
  4. Garlic/Garlic Salt

Chicken & Roasted Beet Harvest Salad: This meal has the perfect balance of meat, vegetables, and cheese. What is missing? Italian bread, of course! Add some PICS salted butter on top of the bread to complete this meal! 

Tomato Bisque With Grilled Cheese Heart Croutons: Here we have a classic favorite. All bowls of soup need a side of bread, of course. Dip your Italian bread in the tomato soup and your heart will be smiling!

Slow Cooker Spaghetti with Italian Sausage: No spaghetti meal is complete without the side salad or bread. Try this meal with Italian garlic bread at your next family dinner!

Open-Faced Breakfast Sandwich: Any bread can work for this sandwich, but try using Italian bread with some PICS Sweet Cream Salted Whipped Butter. You will not be disappointed!

Check out this video of a Caprese-Prosciutto Grilled Cheese sandwich that will leave your mouth watering!


Mia Teal

Marketing Coordinator, Paid Media

Where are all our pasta lovers out there? Pasta, the beloved staple of Italian cuisine, has a remarkable ability to bring people together through its delightful simplicity and diverse flavors. Whether you’re twirling spaghetti with a rich tomato sauce, savoring the delicate layers of lasagna, or relishing the bite-sized wonders of ravioli, pasta is a universal comfort food that has woven itself into our busy lives. 

So, how well do you know your pasta? Let’s take a deep dive into the wonderful varieties pasta has to offer. Price Chopper and Market 32 offer a wide array of different pastas for your next Sunday dinner! Be sure to check out our PICS pasta collection below.

Spaghetti: Spaghetti is a long, thin pasta that pairs well with meatballs or chicken. The term “spaghetti” originates from the Italian word “Spago,” which can be translated into English as “string” or “twine.”

Price Chopper Recipe: Chicken Saltimbocca

Angel Hair: A lot of people may wonder what the difference is between spaghetti and angel hair pasta since they look the same. Angel hair pasta is finer and is commonly paired with seafood as shown below.

Price Chopper Recipe: Rachel Ray’s Scallops Fra Diavolo

Rigatoni: Rigatoni pasta is wide in diameter and has a cylinder shape. This pasta pairs well with chunks or meat, like beef or chicken with a thicker sauce, such as alfredo.

Price Chopper Recipe: Rigatoni Pie

Penne: Penne is similar to rigatoni, but has a smaller diameter and is cut at an angle. Like rigatoni, penne pasta pairs well with a thick sauce. 

Price Chopper Recipe: Penne with Vodka Sauce & Turkey Bacon

Farfalle (Bowtie): Bowtie pastas resemble their name – Bowties! This light pasta pairs wonderfully with butter, olive oil, or a heavy cream sauce.

Price Chopper Recipe: Grilled Vegetable Pasta Salad

Lasagna: “Lasagna” can refer to the type of pasta or the hearty dish, traditionally made with sauce, ricotta cheese, sausage and beef. The pasta itself is long, wide and flat with little indents along the sides. 

Price Chopper Recipe: Skillet Lasagna

Don’t forget to browse our PICS Pasta for those delicious recipes above!


Mia Teal

Marketing Coordinator, Paid Media

Goodbye summer, hello football season! For many people, this is a very exciting time of the year. Those humid days are dwindling down, Sunday night football is back on TV, and a lot of delicious dips to go along with gameday will be devoured. If you would like to spice up your football season with new recipes, we have you covered! Let’s explore the art of tailgating and homegating with delicious recipes and ideas to help you score big with your football party spread.

First Down: Snacks/Apps/Dips

Everything Pretzels: These soft, warm, chewy pretzels are sure to be a touchdown! 

Super Guacamole: It’s called “Super Guacamole” for a reason! This recipe is SUPER delicious! Try it for this Sunday’s game.

Baked Buffalo Cheese Sticks: These stringy, creamy, and crunchy cheese sticks pair beautifully with our PICS Marinara Sauce. 

Cheesy Chicken Enchilada Dip: This dip is nothing short of mind-blowing! Pair with PICS Tortilla chips.

Second Down: Entrees

Grilled Tex-Mex Wings: What’s football without the wings? You won’t fumble with the deliciousness of this recipe!

White Pizza with Sausage: This pizza is easy to tackle! Grab the ingredients on your next shopping trip.

Hawaiian Pulled Pork Sliders: Your crew won’t resist diving into these sliders! 

White Bean, Chicken, & Beer Chili: Cold nights call for warm meals! This chili is filling and loaded with flavor.

Third Down: Desserts

Brookie Muffins: Can’t decide if you want a brownie or a cookie? Why not have both? Well, now you can with these Brookie Muffins!

Hot Chocolate Cookies: These cookies are not only very tasty, but also really cute! Make sure you take a picture of them before your guests dive in! 

Cannoli Dip: This dip is so good, you can just eat it with a spoon! However, make sure to grab PICS Graham Crackers to go along with this.

Mini Pumpkin Cheesecakes: These little guys are sure to be a hit at your game day event!

Fourth Down: Drinks

Peach Paradise: If you are still relishing in the summertime heat, then this drink is for you! Fruity, sweet, and will make your tastebuds happy!

Minty Hot Chocolate: You know what would go well with this drink? The Hot Chocolate Cookie recipe above!

Pumpkin Shandy: What’s football without some drinks? This fall-themes beverage has all the fresh flavors of pumpkin, apple, orange, cinnamon, and nutmeg.

Cucumber Mint- Mock-jitos: Celebrate your team with this alcohol-free beverage! Minty and refreshing.

Check out more recipes on our sites below:

Price Chopper Recipes

Price Chopper Ready

Price Chopper YouTube


Hometown Supermarket Chain Invests in Attracting Local Suppliers

(Schenectady, N.Y.)  Price Chopper/Market 32 announced today that they will host a Local Supplier Summit to provide opportunities for all local food, beverage, wellness, beauty, and general merchandise suppliers. The event, set to take place in Schenectady on Thursday, November 16, will provide entrepreneurs the opportunity to connect with the chains’ decision-makers, share their products, and receive feedback with the ultimate goal of being stocked on local shelves of some of the chains’ 130 stores in New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and New Hampshire.

Price Chopper/Market 32 has supported the local economy through its commitment to bring locally grown, produced, and manufactured products to market since the 1930s, partnering with New York egg producers to ensure that the State had its own source of supply and investing in innovative horticultural programs through 4H and Cornell Cooperative Extension that provided seeds to young farmers along with the promise to purchase back the best of their harvest. This Summit marks the chain’s most recent proactive effort to expand local circles of supply.

“This is a wonderful way for us to innovate and diversify our product mix while helping other local businesses to grow and succeed,” said Blaine Bringhurst, president of Price Chopper/Market 32.

“Many suppliers connect with us through industry channels. This Summit broadens those channels to ensure that we are considering as many high-quality local suppliers as are interested in the possibility of partnering with us,” said Tom Tomaselli, group vice president, merchandising for Price Chopper/Market 32.

All sourcing and product submissions will be made through RangeMe, the industry-standard online product discovery and sourcing platform operated by ECRM. Applications for participation in the summit will be accepted through September 25, 2023 at https://www.rangeme.com/pricechoppertopslocalsummit.

ECRM will qualify suppliers, create curated meeting schedules, and facilitate face-to-face meetings with Price Chopper/Market 32 category business managers so that suppliers can introduce new and innovative products into the marketplace. ECRM’s dedicated support team is available to address questions about the application process via [email protected].

“We look forward to extending seats at our table for the Summit and expect local entrepreneurs to bring forward some unique and wonderful items. Knowing how much our customers appreciate local products, the potential here is dynamic,” added Tomaselli.

Interested in applying? Get started here!

About Price Chopper/Market 32

Based in Schenectady, NY, Price Chopper/Market 32 operates 130 Price Chopper and Market 32 supermarkets and one Market Bistro, employing more than 17,000 teammates in New York, Vermont, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The American-owned company, founded by the Golub family in 1932, prides itself on longstanding traditions of innovative food merchandising, cutting edge brand development and store design, leadership in community service, and cooperative employee relations. For additional information, please visit www.pricechopper.com 


Fall is officially in full swing and mums is the word! Hardy mums that is.

Unlike most flowers, mums are ideal for fall. They bring a classic colorfulness and a fitting liveliness perfect for the season. Known by their botanical name, Chrysanthemums, these flowers are built to withstand winter’s toughest temperatures. Mums are one of our favorite items to partner with local growers for sourcing – summer is great but we get excited when cooler weather approaches!

Mums have many variations of sizes and colors. A full day of sun is preferred for mums to have a good bloom, but they can get by with at least half a day’s worth of sun. Maximize the blooms longer by watering them directly at soil level. As blossoms die off, cut the blossom and the stem beneath it down to the next leaf on the stem. This simple trick will allow new buds to develop, and eventually the plant will flower again during the fall season.

Hardy mums are commonly seen in many colors such as sunny yellows, pinks, mauves, and orange-reds. The orange and red variations are the most fitting for the autumn season! Hardy mums may not be as bright as spring flowers, but their presence is a very appealing addition to an otherwise fading fall garden. Some hardy mums even change colors over time. “Will’s Wonderful” mums start bright red in the summer, with a touch of yellow in the center. Then, as they age, the yellow slowly spreads across the petals, eventually taking over the flower leaving only tips of red.

Our Northeast climate provides an ideal agricultural canvas for planting and growing fall mums. We’re proud to have been partnering with Casertano’s Greenhouses in Cheshire, CT and Kurt Weiss Greenhouses in Moriches, NY for over a decade, allowing us to source our Northeast-grown mums each year!

Hardy mums make a great decorative piece for fall: Get yours at your local Price Chopper or Market 32 before it’s too late!


We Are Hiring! Join Our Winning Team!

Mia Teal

Marketing Coordinator, Paid Media

Are you interested in a new career but are unsure of where to begin? Stop what you are doing and check out this article! At Price Chopper and Market 32, we are looking for exceptional new members to join our winning team! With more than 130 stores, we have positions available for part-time and full-time employment. Our Capital District New York stores are hosting a job fair on Tuesday September 12th from 2pm-6pm. Stop by the store for an on the spot interview and begin you career with us! Take a look at the list below to find a store hosting the job fair.

You may be wondering why you should work for us or what we have to offer, and the answer is that we have SO much to offer! Some benefits include tuition reimbursement, a 401k plan, a teammate wellness program, flexible scheduling options, room for career growth, and more! We also celebrate diversity, equity, inclusion, new ideas, and creativity within our company. 

Still on the fence about applying for a job with us? See some of the incredible teammates below who you would be working with. Not only do these teammates go above and beyond for our customers, but they are outstanding leaders and role models for their fellow co-workers. We are honored to have them on our team!

Julian Carden

Wilton Market 32

Julz Carden has been with the company since July of 2023. She has a bubbly and easy-going personality and is always willing to help out in difficult situations. She loves interacting with customers and engaging in small talk with them to create a more personal shopping experience. In fact, she has certain guests that look for her specifically to cash out their groceries. Two things Julz likes about this company are the growth opportunities that we have to offer and how you can be anything you want to be as long as you keep your mind open and are working toward that goal.

Jarrett Dyer

Guilderland Market 32

Jarrett started as a part time produce clerk in Altamont Ave. In September of 2022, he became the Assistant Team Lead in Guilderland. From there, he became a temporary produce manager in August of 2022. He just continues to grow as a person and a manager! 

When discussing his career at Price Chopper/Market 32, Jarrett stated, “I love what I do everyday and I like a challenge. I take pride in my work and enjoy making the department look amazing!”

Ella Ruff Rozonewski 

Albany-Shaker Road Market 32

Ella has been with the company for almost 10 years and in that time has created a connection with every customer she comes across. She is a beacon of knowledge and takes on the role of a trainer for Starbucks. Ella is helping pave the way for the future of our Starbucks teammates.

Jessica Powell 

Albany-Shaker Road Market 32

Jess always completes any task provided to her with a smile on her face. She is kind to everyone around her including both customers and teammates. Jess helps to create a positive environment in any store she works in.

Marilez MacDormand

Altamont Avenue Market 32

Marilez M. is our bakery rockstar at Altamont Ave. Marilez has been with Market 32 for seven years. The team loves to work with her because she always comes to work with a positive attitude and she is ready to work together every day. Marilez is a friend to everyone around her, especially the our guests. Customers love that she is so helpful and knowledgeable and describe her as having the “sweetest smile.” Her favorite part of her day is knowing the customers are leaving happy and looking forward to seeing her again.

Mariah Acosta

Eastern Parkway Market 32

When discussing her career at Price Chopper/Market 32, Mariah stated, “I started back in 2016 in the Deli Department and worked in Floral.  I eventually moved to the Bakery Department to learn something different.  In that time, I moved up from a part-time teammate to now temporary Bakery Assistant Team Lead (ATL). I’ve been grateful for the opportunities that Price Chopper has given to me and the people I met.”

Bill Rademacher

Glenmont Market 32

Bill has been with the company for 19 years and has worked in a few of the Albany stores over the years. He is such a friendly individual who is always ready to work and loves to be helpful. Bill was recently featured in an award presented to Glenmont, known as the ARC NY (A Respectful Commitment). Bill is shown below!

Henry Pipino

Clifton Park Plaza Market 32

Henry started his journey with Market 32 on January 1st, 2023. He was a regular here for lunch and one day ended up talking with our hiring manager who hired him on the spot! He landed in the seafood department where he’s learned the ins and outs and great customer service. A few things Henry loves are the customers, teammates, cleanliness and the convenience of the store being local to his home. He is one of our hardest workers and even picks up shifts in Deli, Produce and Meat Department when he has some extra time to help on his days off. Henry has aspirations of becoming a manager in the seafood department, and with his work ethic he will make it there in no time. He is a great teammate and someone who the team can rely on if we ever need anything. Co-Manager Nick Larose states, “Since I became the Co-Manager here at Market 32 store #250, Henry and I have become great friends and talk regularly whenever we see each other. He is a stellar teammate who has never missed a day and is always in a great mood when he comes in, which rubs off on the rest of the team to make a great work environment.”

Amanda Garry

Niskayuna Market 32

Amanda is a Front End Supervisor at the Niskayuna Market 32 and is a long-term associate with the comapny. When asked what Amanda likes about Price Chopper & Market 32 as a work environment, Amanda stated, “It is a family-oriented environment & it is great to be able to help customers provide for their families.”

Dominic Collar

Johnstown Price Chopper

Dominic has been working with us since April of 2019.  He first started in Produce and has since moved into the Grocery department doing various jobs.  Dom is the type of person who can always put a smile on your face and customers look for him daily.  He worked for us back in 1975 as a part time cashier and left to pursue another career, but found his way back to us, he says “he wished he never left”.  

Nicole Matczak 

East Greenbush Market 32

Nicole has quickly become an integral part of the store by taking on multiple rules including front end supervisor, office teammate, and has been trained in staffing. She balances all of this while being a fulltime student. We appreciate everything that Nicole does for the store!

Aubrey King

Glenville Market 32

Aubrey King is a Sales and Service Team Leader in #38 Glenville and has been with Price Chopper/ Market 32 for 20 years. The thing Aubrey enjoys most about working at Price Chopper is the relationships that she has developed with her fellow teammates and customers. Part of Aubrey’s job currently as Sales and Service Leader (SSL) is to hire new talent for the store and she is the welcoming face for all new teammates. Aubrey loves training new teammates and making them feel welcomed in their new roles.

We are very lucky to have Aubrey working in this building- Aubrey’s catch phrase for the whole store is, “Shine Bright Like a Diamond” and Aubrey sure does just that!

Misty Parkis

Glenville Market 32

Misty Parkis is a part time food service teammate in #38 Glenville. Misty has been with the company for 5 years. Misty says that she enjoys working for the company and says that working with the right team and supportive management you can thrive and grow as a person and employee. When Misty is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her 2 children and husband.

Misty is an asset to this store, and a bright and shining light. Customers and teammates love her and her positive attitude.

Jonathan Stevens

Glen Street Market 32

“My name is Jonathan and I am a recent graduate from Glens Falls High School.  My college plans got pushed back a year so I decided to look for full time work.  I have been with Market 32, for roughly 3 1/2 years.  I started off working on the Front End and quickly moved to the produce department.  Market 32 has allowed me to work around my sports, school, and family schedule.  I am looking forward to growing within the company and learning as much as possible from management.  The entire staff has been very supportive of me, and I look forward to seeing how far I can go with Market 32.”

We are so proud to highlight these outstanding teammates! Be sure to check out our careers page and apply today! 

Take a look at the list below for participating job fair stores. 


Lake George 

Market Bistro 


Clifton Park (Clifton Park Shoppers World & Clifton Park Plaza)



Saratoga (Route 50) 


Queensbury (Glen St.) 


Fort Edward 






Albany (Albany Shaker Road, Westgate, Western Ave. Madison Ave., & Delaware Ave.)


Schenectady (Eastern Parkway & Altamont Ave.)





East Greenbush

Troy (Hudson Valley Plaza)


Ellie Wilson


Honey is the sweet food made by honeybees, primary pollinators of 90+ food crops in the United States, and about 35% of foods grown globally. Bees are carefully managed and transported from farm to farm to ensure adequate pollination of the crop. In New York, that includes our famous apples! Bees and their important relationship with farming and food have been recognized for thousands of years – for example, there is evidence of bee keeping in ancient Egypt and Greece.

Bees visit thousands of flowers in their lifetimes. As they collect pollen and nectar, they also transfer grains of pollen, which ensures the plants can reproduce. The nectar is stored in the honeycomb, to be used as fuel to power flying and hive construction. Pollen grains provide protein, fats, and other nutrients to young bees. Bees are always busy, and the perpetual movement of their wings evaporates some of the water in the nectar, yielding the thickened, sweet honey, which also contains some vitamins, minerals, organic acids, flavonoids, and phenolic compounds. They make more honey than they use, which is harvested by beekeepers that ensure the hive has everything needed to stay healthy and productive. That honey crop is filtered to remove bits of wax and bottled, ready for us to explore and enjoy!

Culinary and medicinal uses of honey are many, some rooted in tradition, such as sweetening tea and using as a cough remedy, and others gaining ground in modern studies and medicine. Like fine wine, honey can have flavor elements or “terroir” that come from the types of flowers they visited and other agricultural characteristics of the area they are from. A simple example, orange blossom honey is particular to honey produced near orange trees and is light-colored and fragrant. Buckwheat and avocado honeys are dark amber with a hint of molasses and have their own unique nutrient profile. Honey is produced all over the world, so the opportunity for different flavors, colors and health properties are diverse and may even be particular to a region. Manuka honey is only made by bees in New Zealand and Australia. That honey has well-studied anti-bacterial and antibiotic qualities. Research has shown certain types of honey aid in wound healing, and others have benefit as a supportive treatment for symptoms like dry mouth or mucositis in cancer treatment.

When it comes to cooking, honey is a culinary star! It can be used in place of white or brown sugar in most recipes, balances acid in vinegar-based dressings/pickling/or citrus glazes that make everything special. Honey also takes the sting out of spicy foods – which explains the hot honey culinary trend for chicken and anything else (sweet potatoes? Pork tenderloin?) you want to try. There are many wonderful combinations to explore – honey mustard, honey garlic, honey lime, honey butter, even honey harissa!

Whatever the source, pure honey is made sweeter by its many uses and its very compelling mandatory role in ensuring we have the foods we need and want to eat. Speaking of which, check out some of the recipes below – you are sure to find one that will help you put great on your plate!



Honey Board

Mia Teal

Marketing Coordinator, Paid Media

Autumn is just around the corner, which signals the start of pumpkin and apple picking season! While this is a thrilling time, it also signifies that other fruits and vegetables are transitioning out of season, such as the delightful strawberry. Let’s take a deeper dive on the season of strawberries, and recipes you can make to ensure that these little fruits do not go to waste.

Peak strawberry season in the Northeast is late May to early July. However, different varieties of strawberries have different seasons. Yes, there are different types of these berries! This diversity allows you to savor the sweet delights of June-bearing strawberries during early summer picnics, transition to the ever-bearing strawberries for a late summer treat, and extend your strawberry indulgence into the crisp days of autumn with day-neutral varieties. Take a look below on these three types of strawberries.

  1. June-bearing Strawberries: June-bearing Strawberries, as their name implies, start ripening in the middle to late part of June. They are characterized by their larger size and longer lifespan compared to other strawberry varieties.
  2. Ever-bearing Strawberries: This type is prevalent in June and early fall. These are not as sweet as June-bearing Strawberries.
  3. Day-neutral Strawberries: Day-neutral Strawberries represent the final category and consistently produce berries throughout the summer and into the fall, maintaining a continuous yield.

Berry-good recipes you will love!

Bumbleberry Pie: A fresh mix of blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, and strawberries all baked in a warm pie? Who can say no? Try adding PICS Vanilla Ice Cream or PICS Whipped Cream to the pie.

Strawberry-Mango Salsa: This tropical dip will have your taste buds doing the salsa! Pair with PICS Tortilla Chips for the ultimate fiesta!

Strawberry Shortcake: Fresh berries & cream are a wonderful go-to on a Sunday morning!


Price Chopper and Market 32 are so excited to announce a new Cheese of the Month program! Since we have so many specialty cheeses, you may not even realize that a bunch of our cheeses are made locally, like September’s Cheese of the Month – Adams Reserve Cheddar. Let’s take a look at why we love this cheese, and more importantly, what it pairs well with.

About Adams Reserve Cheddar:

In the small town of Adams, New York, milk from the finest dairy farms is transformed daily into this mouth-watering Cheddar. The ideal agricultural conditions found in upstate New York are a key part of what gives Adams Reserve Cheddar its distinct flavor. This is a place where Old World craftsmanship is blended with modern technology to produce this award-winning cheese.

Adams Reserve Cheddar continues to win awards at the World Cheese Championship and US Championship- proudly made by the finest dairy sources, and naturally aged for more than 12 months. This creamy, bold and full-bodied New York Extra Sharp Cheddar is sure to satisfy any cheese enthusiast’s palate.

Pairs beautifully with:

  • Salami  
  • Prosciutto
  • Green olives
  • Berries
  • Pepper Jelly
  • Wine: The sharp, creaminess of Adams Reserve Cheddar pairs beautifully with a deep red, or even a smooth, slightly sweet and crisp rosé.

Interested in learning more about Adams Reserve? Check out their website!


Tools For Schools is Back!

Mia Teal

Marketing Coordinator, Paid Media

It is hard to believe that another school year is right around the corner. At Price Chopper and Market 32, we understand the importance of children having proper school supplies to fuel their education and have donated over $14,600,000 in educational equipment through Tools for Schools. Beginning on Sunday, August 20th, customers can register for Tools for Schools to help their local school earn its share of over $200,000 in educational equipment.

How does what I buy help my school when I register for Tools for Schools?

By registering your AdvantEdge Card on our rewards site (follow steps at the end of this article), you can help the school of your choice accumulate “Stars” when you shop at Price Chopper / Market 32 from August 20, 2023 through February 17, 2024. One AdvantEdge Rewards point equals one Star earned. Just about everything you buy at Price Chopper and Market 32 can go towards Tools For Schools, but there are some exceptions. Items that do not go toward the program include Price Chopper, Market 32 and Market Bistro gift cards, alcohol, money orders, Western Union, lottery tickets, postage stamps, entertainment tickets, bottle deposits, copy/fax services, taxes and other items prohibited by law, including prescription co-pays in NY.

How do I help my school earn educational equipment? 

Based on the Stars your school earned compared to all schools, your school will earn a portion of the $200,000 in educational equipment. From there, the Stars are then converted to Tools For Schools Catalog points for your school to order the items of its choosing. You can visit our rewards site after you have registered to view the Stars that you have earned for your school (updated weekly) and you can also elect to donate your AdvantEdge Rewards points to your school (in 100-point increments) to be converted directly to Catalog Points for your school with Price Chopper / Market 32 matching the value of donated points up to $35,000!

How do I register for Tools for Schools?

Check it out here!

*If you registered for Tools for School last year, you do not need to do so again for the 2023-2024 program.