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FM9 Student Led News - December 5, 2016

STAAR EOC This Week

FM9 students enrolled in English I, Algebra I, or Biology during the fall semester will be taking the STAAR EOC. Students will be assigned a specific testing room. Please use the links below to check your testing room location.



Tuesday, December 6th

Biology: https://goo.gl/vRcsb8



Thursday, December 8th

Algebra 1: https://goo.gl/El0kHx

Jag Sports Calendar

December 5

4:30pm - FM9B girls Basketball vs. Coppell @ Coppell HS

6pm - JV2 girls Basketball vs. Coppell @ Coppell HS


December 6

4:30pm - JV1 girls Basketball vs Mansfield Legacy @ FMHS Arena

4:30pm - JV1 boys Basketball vs. Frisco Lone Star @ FMHS Silver Gym

4:30pm - FM9A girls Basketball vs. Mansfield Legacy @ FMHS Navy Gym

6pm - FM9A boys Basketball vs. Frisco Lone Star @ FMHS Silver Gym

6pm - Varsity girls Basketball vs. Mansfield Legacy @ FMHS Arena

7:30pm - Varsity boys Basketball vs. Frisco Lone Star @ FMHS Arena


December 8

Varsity boys Basketball Keller Tournament @ Keller


December 9

4:30pm - JV1 girls Basketball vs. Lewisville @ FMHS Arena

4:30pm - JV2 girls Basketball vs. Lewisville @ FMHS Navy Gym

6pm - Varsity girls Basketball vs. Lewisville @ FMHS Arena

6pm - FM9B girls Basketball vs. Lewisville @ FMHS Navy Gym

7:30pm - FM9A girls Basketball vs. Lewisville @ FMHS Navy Gym

Iconic Christmas Music

1. "Baby, It's Cold Outside"

Frank Loesser wrote this song. It is about a man who is trying to convince a woman to stay over for a romantic evening because the weather is cold.

2. "White Christmas"

Irving Berlin wrote this song. It is one of the top Christmas songs listened to. Just like the title, it is about a snowy Christmas.

3. "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"

This song was first sung by Judy Garland in the movie Meet Me in St. Louis. Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane wrote this song.

4. "I'll be Home for Christmas"

Kim Gannon wrote this song and Walter Kent composed it. It was written for the soldiers overseas that long to be home with family for Christmas.

5. "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch"

Dr. Suess wrote this song and Albert Hague composed it. It was sung in the 1996 movie How the Grinch Stole Christmas!. "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" was sung by Thurl Ravenscroft.

6. "Winter Wonderland"

Dick Smith wrote this song. In Honesdale, Smith was inspired to write the song after seeing Honesdale's Central Park.

Written by: Jackie Glotta and Lauren Erickson