Monthly Mission: Go BIG!

Each month this school year, we are bringing you an MASC Monthly Mission. Get inspired, get ideas and get motivated to make your schools awesome.

Each Monthly Mission will feature a blog post detailing how you can incorporate each month’s Mission. You can also download an awesome phone wallpaper to use to remind yourself of the Mission every time you look at your phone.

March means State Convention.

That means our association is about to go to a whole new level. It’s actually incredibly inspiring to see the State Convention come together year after year.

If you’ve never hosted or been an officer school, here’s why it’s so inspiring.

First and foremost, planning starts immediately after the winners are announced on Saturday. The new president will load up their car and drive back to their towns or cities, brainstorming themes, colors, leadership lessons…

In the fall the officer schools get together for a two-day summit all about State Convention. They work on building those ideas into a three-day experience that 1,200 students and advisors from all across the state will be a part of.

That’s awesome.

That’s where our Monthly Mission comes from this month: Go BIG!


Don’t get me wrong, State Convention is a lot of work. A LOT. But the process, going from a little idea to a three-day convention, is what is inspiring.

The best thing is that you can do this every day in your schools. You can take a little idea, like a retirement party for a janitor or Random Acts of Kindness, and turn it into something that people will never forget!

Start with an idea. Brainstorm. Think as big as you can. How close to that vision can you get?

Take a look at the recap from the 2015 State Convention.

We love hearing about the projects and BIG ideas that you are doing in your schools. Keep sharing what you’re doing!

Be sure to check back next month for our next Monthly Mission!

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