Ninth graders, Nawal Ahmed and Erica Elizondo are collecting items for MMSTC's Annual Giving Tree. Items will be donated to the Oakland County Children's Village. Donations are focused on helping teenagers who will benefit from a little extra support and care this holiday. Items can be dropped off at the MMSTC security desk or in Mrs. Gravel's room (143 Lab A). Donations will be accepted through December 14th. Items most needed are:
You were made to be successful. You were made to do great things. You will make a positive difference in the lives of others. You will be so many wonderful things. But, success is not always an easy path. Success can take time. Success can be difficult. Success can take patience.
TRAIN FOR IT. Practice for it. Believe in it. Be determined. Be strong. Trying once is not enough. Trying twice is still not enough. How you react to a pitfall is what determines the limits of your success.
Success takes commitment. Commitment to healthy habits Commitment to extra effort. Commitment to organization. Commitment to doing consistently what you know is the right thing to do. Success requires commitment to train in the right ways. You are worth this commitment. Make this commitment to yourself.
Here at MMSTC, we believe in your strength, and we believe in your ability to succeed. We believe that you are worth it. We believe in you. Don't just try to succeed. Train for Success, and make your goals and dreams happen.
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