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October 11-16 - Homecoming Week

Homecoming Games

One of the biggest high school traditions in Texas is homecoming, and with homecoming come all the big games. Homecoming is a celebration during the fall semester of school where people who were students at an earlier time can return to visit their alma mater. The football game is played on the school’s home field and includes the coronation of a homecoming queen and king.

This homecoming week, all the football teams from Flower Mound HS will join together on Thursday and Friday to duel against Plano East HS and McMillen HS. Additionally, all the volleyball teams from FMHS will play against Plano East HS and Plano HS.

FM9 football player, Christian Rossi explained, “I am excited to play at the homecoming game and looking forward to a good result!”


Thursday: @ Jaguar Stadium

  • 5:00pm - FM9 Silver vs. McMillen
  • 7:00pm - FM9 Navy vs. McMillen
  • 5:30pm - JV Navy vs. Plano East @ Kimbrough Stadium
  • 7:00pm - JV Silver vs. Plano East @ Kimbrough Stadium

Friday: @ Jaguar Stadium

  • 7:00pm - FMHS Varsity vs. Plano East


Tuesday: @ Plano HS

  • 5:30 pm: FM9A Volleyball vs. Plano HS
  • 5:30 pm: Junior Varsity vs. Plano HS
  • 6:30 pm: Varsity vs. Plano HS

Friday: @ FMHS Navy Gym

  • 5:30 pm: FM9B Volleyball vs. Plano East
  • 6:30pm: FM9A Volleyball vs. Plano East

Friday: @ FMHS Arena

  • 5:30pm: Junior Varsity vs. Plano East
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Show Jaguar Spirit ALL Week

The long-awaited week is here students. Show your pride and participate in Spirit Days. Spirit Week is usually held during the school's homecoming, which is October 12-15. The theme this year is the best yet, “Just Keep Winning!”

  • Tuesday: 'Survival of the Fittest’ - come to school with floaties and life jackets
  • Wednesday: ‘Say Aloha to a Jag Win’ is Wednesday. Dress up in your Hawaiian attire to show your love to FMHS.
  • Thursday: ‘Go for the Gold' - dress in all GOLD (head to toe if you can)
  • Friday: Mums and Garters ... and everything Jaguar Spirit

Remember, the goal for the week ... show as much Jaguar Spirit as you can!

FM9 student, Ester Song said, “ I’m so excited to be experiencing my first homecoming, and can’t wait for the events that lead up to the big game.” The whole campus is filled with joy and pride, we love to see our Jags have so much enthusiasm as we have cheer for a win!

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HOCO with Friends/Date

Students don’t have to go to homecoming with a date, it is just all about having fun and spending time with people you like. Get with a group of friends could all go to dinner before, then head to homecoming and hangout. Plan to take pictures with your group so you can remember this special day. There are a lot of great restaurants in Flower Mound to eat at, just if it’s a big group, make sure to reserve a big table in advance. Some suggestions for dinner include Red Robin, Texas RoadHouse, Christina’s, Urbano, and Chili's. If you’d prefer something fast , you could just go to something more casual like Whataburger, Chick-fil-A, or Sonic.

2021 Homecoming Court

The Homecoming Parade has been an annual tradition since 1965 and it began with only women competing for queen. The first woman given the title of Homecoming Queen was Helen McDermott in 1923. The first Homecoming King was Alex Lambrinides in 1976. This year , freshmen will have their very first homecoming. Freshmen are very excited for the dance along with nominating the Lord and Lady this year.

FM9 student Rex Kim says, “we have so many fun contestants this year!”

Congratulations to the 2021 Homecoming Court

  • Freshman Lord & Lady: Martin Foerster & Ava Cole
  • Sophomore Duke & Duchess: Andrew Robinson & Meredith McGraw
  • Junior Prince & Princess: Dylan Ciminna & Brooke Musia

Senior King Nominees:

  • Connor Atkins

  • Rocco Cooper

  • Braden Dial

  • Adam Younes

Senior Queen Nominees:

  • Brynley Ballow

  • Delaney Hankins

  • Sophia Ohman

  • Amanda Paul

  • Emily White

The Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned Friday night, October 15, during pre-game festivities (around 6:30pm). Get to the game early to celebrate the FMHS 2021 Homecoming Court.

Homecoming Dance!

Date: Saturday, October 16

Time: 8pm-11pm

Place: FMHS Cafeteria

Tickets: Link to purchase tickets ($20 - on sale October 4-15)

Homecoming is finally here. The theme this year is Under the Sea! Wear something nice and join in the fun! Make sure to purchase your tickets for the dance ahead of time. Come with your friends, maybe a date, and have a blast! Don't want to dance? No problem! Come to hangout with your friends and take pictures. Just make it a night to remember!

FM9 student Amogh says “ I think I will enjoy it very much.”

Fashion Tips

Homecoming began at colleges as a celebration for the first football game of the season, where alumni would come back to visit their former campuses.

Now homecoming is something traditional and you enjoy your time during the dance. In the 80s, the dresses were more dramatic than the dresses now. Dancing in heels could be uncomfortable so wearing shoes with a thicker heel might be more comfortable. The place will be hot due to the amount of people that will be there so be sure to wear a light dress. Boys, you don’t have to wear a full on suit! A dress shirt with dress pants is okay for the night.

Other Homecoming Traditions

Did you know that there are plenty of traditions during homecoming? So many in fact that you could try some out and see what you like.

Chalk Drawing Contest:

  • Have a sidewalk chalk art competition! Just get some friends and some colorful chalk and see who can make the best art.

Have a BBQ/Pool Party:

  • This one is super easy, you can choose to do this anytime during the week or weekend of homecoming. Just get some food and invite your friends to your pool, or invite yourself to your friend’s pool.

Show Your Spirit:

  • Participate in spirit week and show your spirit at all the games! Some fun ideas are to do some fun face paint for the games or come up with fun fight songs with your friends you guys can chant at the football games

Have a bonfire:

  • Obviously do this with adult supervision, but this is something that you can do with friends. You could have s’mores or even hot cocoa, coffee, tea, or whatever you are into.

Just take it from FM9 Student, Zaria Waseem, “ It would be such a waste to sit out… After all, homecoming is only one time a year.”

PTSA Reflections Contest

Students, express your artistic talent in the PTA Reflections program with the theme “I Will Change the World By …” Awards are available in six categories: Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Music Composition, Photography, and Visual Arts.

The deadline is Oct. 25. Winners can advance to the district, state, and national levels of judging. PTA membership is required. See details at this link.

Parent Resources

LISD Whole Child Series

In Lewisville ISD, the whole child is at the core of everything we do as a district, including our students' mental, emotional and physical health. With programs in place such as Kindness Convocation, the Red Ribbon Campaign, and the Ask an Expert series, LISD provides families with resources to ensure each child receives the support they need to develop every aspect of their being. Visit our Prevention & Wellness page to find more resources to support your child and family.

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