The Jag News

FM9 Student-Led News Source - January 11, 2017

Final Exam Schedule


  • Exams at 1st & 2nd Period
  • Regular Bell Schedule


  • Exams at 3rd & 4th Period
  • Early release @ 12:10 for students.
  • 8:10 - 10:05 - 3rd Period
  • 10:05 - 10:15 - Passing Period
  • 10:15 - 12:10 - 4th Period

New Semester Approaching

The FM9 counseling staff is diligently working to finalize all Spring Term schedules. Changes in the placement of courses and/or teachers on all students’ schedules may happen up until Tuesday, January 17th at 5:00 pm as the counselors work to balance classes in order to maintain the best academic environment for all students. Please log on to your Skyward account after 5:00 pm on Tuesday, January 17th to view your Spring Term schedule. This will be the schedule you will follow starting January 18th.

Vending Machines ON/OFF

All vending machines will be off during breakfast 7:30 – 8:10 and off again during lunches 11:30-1:47. The machines will be on all other times of the day. Please plan your purchases accordingly and be on time to your classes.

Jaguar Sports & Spirit Calendar

January 12

  • 2pm - Lady Jags Varsity Soccer vs. Martin @ Colleyville Heritage HS
  • 6pm - Lady Jags JV2 Soccer vs. Lake Highlands @ Lake Highlands HS

January 13

  • 1:30pm - Lady Jags JV2 Soccer vs. Sachse @ Pearce B Field
  • 4pm - Lady Jags Varsity Soccer vs. Plano HS @ Colleyville Herigage HS
  • 4:30-8:30 - Lady Jags Basketball vs. Southlake Carroll @ Southlake Carroll
  • 4:30-8:30 - Jaguar Basketball vs. Southlake Carroll @ Southlake Carroll

January 14

  • 9am - Lady Jags Varsity Soccer v. Allen @ Colleyville Heritage HS
  • 2pm - Lady Jags JV2 Soccer vs. Little Elm @ Pearce B Field

National Milk Day

Happy National Milk day!!The first day that milk was delivered was on January 11, 1878. Every year on the anniversary of that day people across the United States observe National Milk Day to celebrate America’s number one beverage.

Fun facts about Milk:

  • It takes 29 cups of milk to make 1 pound of butter.
  • A cow can't give milk until she has given birth to a calf.
  • A cow drinks over 117 gallons of water in a week, no wonder cow farms smell.
  • The average cow produces 90 glasses of milk each day — or about 200,000 glasses of milk throughout her life.
  • A cow's udder can hold 25 - 50 pounds of milk.
  • Cows were first brought to Plymouth Colony in 1624.
  • American dairy farmers produced 156.6 billion pounds of milk in 1997.
  • Most cows give more milk when they listen to music.


By Madi & Angelyn