FMS News

Saturday, September 17th, 2016

This week at FMS:

All week: Soccer Intramurals

Soccer intramurals are open to any boy or girl in grades 6, 7, and 8th that are interested in soccer. Students will learn the basics of soccer and eventually scrimmage against each other. Intramural soccer will run from September 19th through October 17th for 90 minutes each day after school 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM . Before a student will be allowed to participate in Intramural Soccer, the student must have the parent permission form returned to the front office.


Tuesday, September 20th:

*School Picture Day: Picture packets have already been sent home. Please stop by the main office if you need another one.

*Yearbook Club-3:30-4:30 w/Mrs. Thrasher

*5pm-Home Football and Softball (we play at the FHS fields for these sports)

*5:30-Away Volleyball


Wednesday, September 21st:

*6th grade OLSAT testing

*4pm-Away Cross Country


Thursday, September 22nd:

*5pm-Away Softball

*5:30-Away Volleyball


Friday, September 23rd:

*FHS Home Football Game

Remember at these games middle schoolers must sit in the middle school section or with their parents. I've attached the instructions for middle school again below.


Saturday, September 24th:

*Softball tournament at Troy

FHS Football Game Expectations

Middle School Expectations

Fulton Middle School students that are dropped off at the home football games are expected to sit and cheer (and have fun) in the FMS section of the bleachers during the game. Students are able to visit the concession stands and restrooms before the game and during the third quarter. We know our students will behave amazingly, but just a reminder that any issues could result in students having to leave the game and not be permitted to return. Students coming with parents must be accompanied and sit by parents. Thanks and GO HORNETS!

News from MSHSAA

Please note that per HB-300 regulations, MSHSAA has released its annual Interscholastic Youth Sports Brain Injury Report regarding the impact of student athlete concussions and head injuries and the efforts that have been made to minimize damages from school sports injuries on the MSHSAA website. This report is located by going to www.mshsaa.org and then going to the SPORTS MEDICINE TAB.

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Have a GREAT week!