The Jag News

FM9 Student Led News Source - October 11, 2016

Open Auditions for “Oklahoma!”

Auditions for the all school musical, “Oklahoma!” are THIS Thursday and Friday on the main campus after school. If you are interested in auditioning, go to the FMHS Theatre Site and under the auditions tab you will find applications for cast and crew there.


In the audition packet, you will find the Google Classroom passcode to get the music cuts and the choreography videos. All choreography must be learned for the audition. Also sign up for an audition time in Drama by noon on Wednesday. At that point, the audition sign up sheet will come down. Also, if you would like to run the song cuttings with the tracks, come to the Choir Room on Wednesday from 3:40-4:10pm.


If you have any questions, please see a theatre teacher on the main campus.
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Jaguar Sports & Spirit Calendar

October 11

  • 5-6:30pm - Volleyball vs. Lewisville @ Lewisville HS

October 13

  • 4-7pm - FM9 Football vs. Hebron @ Hebron HS
  • 5:30 &7pm - JV Football vs. Hebron @ FMHS

October 14

*SPIRIT DAY - Make the Hawks Sweat (80s Workout Wear)*

  • 5:30-7:30pm - Volleyball vs. Hebron @ Hebron HS
  • 7:30pm Varsity Football vs. Hebron @ Hebron HS

Get NUTTY for FLUFFERNUTTERS!

The mystical fluffernutter, the beautiful mix between a PBJ and a s'more. It's softly toasted bread, the creamy soft peanut butter, mixed with the fluffy white marshmallow cream, and in between, fresh bananas to balance it out.


Whether or not you want breakfast, lunch, a snack, or even dinner, the fluffernutter fits any and all occasions.

  • “That doesn't sound like a sandwich!”
  • “Why do I care about fluffernutters?"



The first fluffernutter was created (but was not called a fluffernutter) in 1913 during World War 1 by Emma and Amory Curtis after they made Snowflake Marshmallow Creme. This was the earliest example of a fluffernutter. Later in 1917 a man by the name of Archibald Query made “Marshmallow Creme” and sold his recipe to Durkee-Mower, Inc. who renamed it Marshmallow Fluff. Marshmallow fluff is still sold today.


In 1960 Durkee-Mower, Inc. created the name of the fluffernutter for marketing their marshmallow fluff with peanut butter. They called this peanut butter and marshmallow sandwich the fluffernutter. This past weekend (October 8), was National Fluffernutter Day, and what better way to celebrate (even if it's a few days late) than to make and enjoy a Fluffernutter!


So, how do you make this amazing sandwich? Follow these easy steps:

  1. Supplies: white (or wheat) sliced bread, CREAMY peanut butter (or if you dislike peanut butter, you could probably use nutella), marshmallow fluff, and fresh bananas.

  2. Take two slices of bread and lightly toast them to where they are a golden brown.

  3. While the bread is toasting, cut the bananas into little pieces.

  4. Take the toast out and spread the peanut butter on one slice, and marshmallow fluff on the other.

  5. Place your bananas on the peanut butter side and spread them evenly

  6. Put the slice of toast with marshmallow fluff on the slice with peanut butter and bananas

  7. Enjoy your amazing creation! Yuuuum.

By Luke Farinelli and Tanner Kimbrel