Mashburn Elementary January 29, 2016
What's coming up!!!
Jan 29th - PTA mother son event
Feb 1st- house meetings, committee meetings
Feb 2- Groundhog Day
Feb 3- state wide tornado
Feb 8th - Faculty meeting
Feb 10th- The tooth fairy visits K, visitors from OHIO are here!! - lunch will be served again, Blue Bear
Feb 12th- School Holiday
Feb 15th - School Holiday
Feb 16th - DCD day am, school based pm
Feb 17th - In system job fair
Feb 19th - Father Daughter Dance
Feb 22nd - new teachers mtg
Feb 23rd - PRIDE
Feb 29th - Leadership mtg
Mar 7th - Committee Meetings
Shoes for Africa Shoe Drive - the goal is 700 pairs this year!!!
March 21-April 15
Thank you Jennie and Kim (2x) for fixing the laminator!!!
We Are Connected!!
-Embrace Everyone! Every person that comes into your life has the potential to help you, hurt you, or have no impact at all. It would make sense to figure out how that person may be able to help you, because the other option means you are not getting better, but taking steps away from your dreams. People who live great lives embrace everyone, and are constantly seeking ways to serve and be served by those with whom they come into contact.
-Maximize positive relationships! Many people in your life lift you up and make you better. Unfortunately, there are also those that can bring you down. Work to spend more time with the people that empower you and less with those who don’t. Seek ways to get more out of and put more into the great relationships of your life!
–Build your Dream Team!Identify and build your Dream Team. These are the people who will help you live your dreams. Perhaps they have experience you can draw from, access to resources you will need, or can provide critical support to help you start living your dreams. The important step is to recognize the vital role others will play in your life, and deliberately begin developing the relationships you will need.
-Lead with Value! When you find people who can help you in life, start building those relationships quickly so the cycle of giving can begin. A lesson many have learned is that if you seek to help someone before you ask for help, you will ultimately get much more out of the relationship. Find ways to lead with value to supercharge new relationships.