“Achieve” by Tia Givens

Even though she is struggling in school, Tia is determined to do whatever it takes to become a good student and achieve her goals.


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16 Responses to “Achieve” by Tia Givens

  1. kenya bryan says:

    i love the way she was honest and said she wasn’t doing her work!

  2. Tia says:

    I did a Good on My Project ! Thanks to Mr. Mendola ; Ms. Stalks and Rahkim for being there giving some good facts about the topic*!

  3. rahkim benyehudah says:

    nice story but speak louder

  4. Amanda says:

    I love it !!!

  5. robert says:

    wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww:) powerful stuff in here

  6. joseph copeland says:

    i like this story tia i understand about acheiving your goals i feel the same some times if im not passing any classses but see you have to try dont give everyoe has a goal some people achieve them and some cant.

  7. Tatyana Pettway says:

    i listen someone is trying to reach their goal without giving up and you have me want to try harder to reach my goals.

  8. Nigel johnson says:

    that was good she was try so hard to raise her grade.i be haveing the same thing

  9. Ms. Starks says:

    Great job Tia with your project.I think your project will inspire others as well.Remember when you’re feeling LAZY you have this project to keep you focused and on track!

  10. jeremy rumnit says:

    it is i jeremy….ahcieving goals…is powerful and hard thing…but if u have desire it will take u there…

    your truly jeremy ours truly this life

  11. kurt-- says:

    Good job Tia i agree with your story.

  12. Andrea says:

    when i get bad grades and see otha kids gettin good grades it makes me wanna raise mah grades too

  13. Jonathan says:

    its with powerful and strong words to use in the story and have a main cause

  14. you did a wonderful job here, tia!

    it took a lot of bravery for you be so honest about your challenges in school. but now that you’ve done it, notice how many students have commented that they go through the same struggles!

    and by the way, to anyone who has listened to this story and is wondering if tia is still focused on achieving her goals, i can tell you she’s been steady working like never before since she made this project. she even won a “most improved” award in my class last quarter. keep it up, tia!

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