Daily Announcements 11/06/18
The Flower Mound Middle School Tennis team performed very well this past week in the LISD Middle School Tennis Championships. The FMMS Tennis team represented Flower Mound proudly as they took home the bulk of the medals this past Thursday. Please congratulate the following Forestwood Middle School students on medaling in the event.
-1st Place Boy's A Doubles (Grant McHenry)
-1st Place Boy's B Singles (Landon Bair)
-2nd Place Girl's B Singles (Reagan Watson)
-3rd Place Girl's B Singles (Dhaksha Miyapuram)
-Consolation Boy's B Doubles (Nathan Comer)
Additionally, the FMMS Tennis team completed their fall team tennis schedule undefeated with a record of 4-0.
Don't forget that there is a Student Council meeting this Thursday. Passes to attend can be found with Mr Simon, Mrs Marlow and Ms Cummings. We will be meeting in Ms Cummings room, 217. Please bring your ipad or phone and report as soon as your Advisory teacher has taken roll. See you Thursday.
Attention all NJHS members - we will have a meeting at 4:15 pm this Wednesday in Mrs Franks room, 307. For any other information or details, please check Canvas.
FMS Math Club is offering tutoring to students in need of help with homework. We are available most mornings before school, and some afternoons. We will put up our magnet on the magnet board in the foyer on days that we are available. If you would like help on any level math homework, please go room 401 and a Math Club Member will be there to help you.
Falcons - want to see your favourite teacher dressed up like a turkey? Well, listen up! StuCo is having their annual canned food drive this year starting Nov 5th and running through November 12th. Members will be in the foyer each morning from 8:15 - 8:45 as well as at lunch collecting cans. Donating 3 cans will earn you one vote towards a teacher of your choice to dress like a turkey on November 14th, 15th and 16th. The more cans you donate, the more votes you get. So, let's gobble till we wobble Forestwood! Help us stock the LISD Food Pantry for Thanksgiving.
Hello Falcons! Did you know that November is Diabetes Awareness Month? There are over 1.25 million Americans who are currently living with Type 1 Diabetes. Type 1 Diabetes is an auto-immune disease in which a person's pancreas stops producing insulin, a hormone that enables people to get energy from food. It occurs when the body's immune system attacks and destroys the insulin-producing cells. Throughout the month of November, across the country people are showing support for others with Diabetes. How can you do that? One of the easiest ways to show support is by wearing Blue on Fridays during November. It's a simple gesture, but it would be absolutely amazing to see the entire school turn blue by the end of the month!
Have you ever heard of sand fleas? They are a major problem in Uganda. They burrow into people's feet and cause pain and discomfort. The afflicted people cannot work or go to school, and are excluded from society, because others in their towns and villages think they are cursed, making them outcasts. A charitable organization named "Sole Hope" provides aid and education to Ugandans, and helps prevent sand flea infections by making shoes out of old blue jeans, allowing kids and adults to re-enter society. You can help support this effort by donating one dollar or more this Thursday to help the Forestwood Destination Imagination team carry out this necessary project and help "Sole Hope" help people across the globe. Wear a hat this Thursday November 8th, by donating a dollar or more in the morning, and show you care by covering your hair! Sold Hope thanks you!