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Farmington Schools Students, Recent Grads Invited to 7 Habits Workshop

The professionally led workshop is based on Sean Covey's best-selling book, 'The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teenagers'.

The Farmington PTA Council and Farmington Together for Accelerated Learners will offer a workshop this month designed to teach students habits that will help them be more effective in school and in life.

Students in grades 5-12 and recent graduates are invited to attend “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teenagers”, one-day workshop offered July 26-28, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at in Farmington. The professionally run workshop is based on the national bestseller by Sean Covey.

During of presentations, videos and activities, students learned about being proactive, putting first things first, and thinking win-win, among other lessons. 

At the end of last year's workshop, student Gina Hess said, "I did learn a lot from it." She said one of the lessons was about how to listen more in conversations with her parents, rather than yelling. "You need to mirror back what they're saying," she said.

Registration closes on July 11, and the cost is $65 for all materials. Follow these links to sign up:

Grades 5-8: Thursday, July 26
www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C0C4BA8AC23A64-7habits/1157960

Grades 9-12: Friday, July 27
www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C0C4BA8AC23A64-7habits1/1157960

Grades 8-12: Saturday, July 28 (This day is only for second-year or well-prepared students.)
www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C0C4BA8AC23A64-7habits2/1157960

Organizers note that students must be mature enough to participate in a 6-hour workshop. Parents and educators are welcome to attend sessions free of charge. A registration form and payment information can be found at www.farmingtontal.wordpress.com.

Registration forms and payments should be mailed to: 32500 Shiawassee Rd, Farmington, MI 48336. Attn: Farmington PTA Council/TAL- 7 Habits

Financial assistance may be available. Write to farmptac@gmail.com for information.

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