“Teens Helping Teens Feel The Comfort of Home”

Conceptional chalk drawing - Help needed
As a Jag Nation, we all have the heart of Giving and so here is information on our school-wide initiative for Hurricane Harvey.

With Homecoming approaching our focus is on Teens helping Teens feel the comfort of home and we are targeting items that other teens may need.

1. Please consider send a donation of any or all of the following by Sept 15th to school with your student:
• Toiletries- (Soap, Shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste & toothbrushes)
• NEW underwear (varying sizes)
• NEW socks (varying sizes)

2. Collection bins will be stationed at the Homecoming Carnival on Sept 13th for the items listed above.

3. Volunteers from various organizations will be passing around buckets at the Homecoming Game for Monetary Donations.

4. During Jag Time on Sept 13th students will be asked to write letters of encouragement to the teens that may have been affected by the Hurricane.

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Picture Day: August 29th and 30th

Picture Day will be during the school day on August 29th and 30th for 10th-12th grade.
Simplify picture day by ordering online at mylifetouch.com. Our school ID is LD947017Q0. No need to send cash or flyer back to school when you order online.
Formal Senior Picture: If you haven’t had your Senior picture taken for the yearbook, please schedule your appointment with Prestige Portraits (972/660-9200). Senior Roundup will be October 2nd in room 1345 11 AM – 3:30 PM.

Parent University: August 24th

Please join us as we start this new school year! Learn about balancing academics, athletics, fine arts, and advanced/regular courses, maintaining emotional well-being, helping prepare your child for college admissions, and much more. You will have the opportunity to attend 3 different 25-minute sessions from the list below. This program is designed for parents/guardians only.

When
Thursday, Aug. 24th, 7-9pm

Where

3411 Peters Colony Road

Flower Mound, TX

We will start in the FMHS cafeteria at 7:00

Topics Will Include:Parent University

Donate your unwanted electronics to support FMHS band drumline – Aug 12th

If you’re looking for a way to get rid of your used and unwanted electronics, try the Electronics Recycling Fundraiser next month in Flower Mound.

The fundraiser on the morning of Aug. 12 will support the Flower Mound High School Band Drumline.

Donations are not limited to just electronics. You can donate computers, gaming systems, phones, printers, car and home audio equipment, cameras, home and garden machines and sporting goods. No tube TVS or tube monitors can be donated.

The truck will be onsite at Flower Mound High School, in the main student parking lot, from 9 a.m. to noon. Items can be in any condition. Donation slips will be available.