Monthly Archives: August 2011

Success Secrets

Nick Ackerman. That’s a name you may not recognize. Nick is a graduate of Simpson College, Indianola, IA. He was a member of Simpson’s wrestling team, and in his senior season, Nick wrestled the last match of his career in … Continue reading

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A Message For Our Children: Talent is Overrated IV

In the first blog in this series (A Message For Our Children: Talent is Overrated), it was noted that great performers are not born. They achieve greatness through a process available to you and me. The process to greatness is … Continue reading

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MHS Football (JV) Aug 25, 2011

The Midlothian HS JV Football Teams (Blue and White) competed on August 25, 2011. Pictures of the first of the two games can be viewed at http://midmoments.smugmug.com under the category Football (JV) 2011.

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Fourth Day Enrollment at Midlothian ISD

The fourth day (August 25, 2011) enrollment numbers are in for Midlothian ISD.   Note I: The District first day numbers for 2011 are lower than originally reported because of updated data at Vitovsky, Miller, and MHS. Note II: It … Continue reading

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Dennis King’s Logo Gets National Attention

Dennis King, Midlothian ISD’s Webmaster, designed a logo to honor an OU football player who passed away. The logo has gained national attention. On May 19, 2011, Austin Box, a 22-year-old football player for the University of Oklahoma, died.┬áBob Stoops, … Continue reading

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MHS Volleyball Games Aug 23, 2011

There are photographs of the Midlothian HS Varsity and JV Volleyball Teams from competition on August 23, 2011. They can be viewed at http://midmoments.smugmug. com under the Category “Volleyball 2011”, and galleries “Volleyball (Varsity) Aug 23, 2011” and “Volleyball (JV) … Continue reading

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A Message For Our Children: Talent is Overrated III

This is the third in this series of five blogs. The first blog shared research findings that found ┬ápeople who accomplish great things do not do so because of a special gift or talent. They achieve great things through a … Continue reading

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