The Jag News
FM9 Student-led News Source - October 4, 2016
Jaguar Sports & Spirit Calendar
5:30-6:30pm - Volleyball vs. Euless Trinity @ FMHS Arena & Navy Gym
5:30pm - JV 2 Volleyball vs. Jasper @ Jasper HS
4-7pm - FM9 Football vs. Allen & Bedford JH @ FMHS
5:30 & 7pm - JV Football vs. LD Bell @ LD Bell HS
October 7 - Homecoming Week
5-6:30pm - Volleyball vs. LD Bell & Plano Clark @ FMHS Arena, Navy, & White Gym
7:30pm Varsity Football vs. LD Bell @ FMHS (Homecoming)
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Express Your Artistic Talent
It’s PTA Reflections time. Submit your work in any or all of the categories along with a submission form. Get your creative juices flowing and begin working on your projects today.
Submissions will be accepted on October 26th (7:45 - 8:15 AM) at an Arts in Education table at both FM9 and FMHS near the front office. If you would like to submit early, please contact Shawn Boyd via email.
TODAY: National Taco Day
Love tacos, or just need an excuse to celebrate? Today is your lucky day, my friends. For it is NATIONAL TACO DAY. Yes, that's right, today is Taco Tuesday on National Taco Day. How much better could this get?
Here's a list of places you can get snag a deal at today. Don't miss out!
- On the Border Mexican Grill and Cantina - tacos for 50 cents each
- Fuzzy’s Taco Shop - $1 tacos all day
- Taco Bueno - free beef tacos!
- Rosa's Tortilla Factory - Taco Tuesday - Taco Plate $4.39
Fun TACO Facts
- The hard-shell taco was invented long before Taco Bell, a discovery that would aid their expansion across North America. The U-shaped version is first noted in 1949 in a cookbook by Fabiola Cabeza de Vaca Gilbert. Since then, the taco has been shared and loved by Americans.
- Thought Taco Trucks were new? One of the first taco trucks started in New York in 1966 when two New York housewives operated an early version of the taco truck. Although the truck did not have a full kitchen, it was available for catering.
- Last year Americans ate over 4.5 billion tacos! That’s 490,000 miles of tacos, which could take you to the moon and back or, if you prefer, could, at 775-million pounds, equal the weight of two Empire State Buildings.
Written By Madi and Angelyn