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FM9's Daily News - Monday, January 23, 2017

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German Winterfest Participants

German Winterfest participants meet before and after school Monday in room 1575 at FMHS Main to sign up for your contest events. Coaching will be provided throughout the next two weeks, but students must sign up for the events they would like to participate in by Monday afternoon.

Lego Challenge

The FM9 library and Learning Lab will be open during lunch and before school for lego challenges until Wednesday. Stop by and see what you can build!

FCA

FCA is meeting tonight from 7-9 at Jake Lemon’s house.

Our very own football player/ part-time basketball play by play announcer Conner Lee is speaking.

Please follow us on twitter @FMHSFCA16-17 for directions and other information. You do not have to be an athlete to attend. So, please join us for some food, fellowship, and fun.

If you did not get an FCA shirt but would like one, we will be selling them tonight for $15.

Gay-Straight Alliance

The Flower Mound High School Gay-Straight Alliance is meeting this Wednesday, January 25th, at 7:30am and 3:30pm in room 1405 (that’s Mr. Laferriere’s room!). Come on by if you want to discuss LBGTQ issues or to just have a safe place to talk to like-minded individuals. We hope to see you there!

In-N-Out Burger

Are you a fan of In-N-Out Burger? Well, you're in luck! The In-N-Out truck will be on the FMHS campus this Saturday evening from 5 to 6:30pm in the front circle parking lot. For only $5, you get a burger, chips, and a drink. All proceeds go to the FMHS Theater Department. Tickets will be on sale at all lunches at FMHS Main this Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. The number of tickets will be limited. Don't miss out on the In-N-Out folks being at your own school! Come on out!

Congratulations to Flower Mound Swim!

Congratulations to Flower Mound Swim Team! The boys and girls teams took 2nd in all District!
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National Pie Day

Enjoy a great pie today, 'cause today is the day to. The unofficial national day was created solely for the purpose of celebrating pie and all its wondrous tastes and textures in 1986 by the American Pie Council. Pie was first created in 9500 BC in Egyptian Neolithic or the Stone Age. If you are wondering what type of pie you feel like devouring today,