School Supply Drive for Louisiana: FMHS Community Service Project

Recipient Schools and Community:

Livingston Parish High School and Southside Elementary School (Livingston Parish School District near Baton Rouge)

Needed Supplies:
  • Folders/ notebooks/ binders
  • Paper (notebook, graph, printer, etc.)
  • Writing utensils/Crayons/Markers
  • Glue/Scissors/Pencil Sharpeners
  • Flash Cards/construction paper
  • Small personal white boards
  • Tissues/ paper towels/ Clorox wipes/ Band-Aids
  • Toothbrushes/ toothpaste/ mouthwash/ deodorant
  • Books for the library
  • New pillows/Blankets
  • Shoes—all sizes
  • Boxes of garbage bags
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Laundry detergent
  • Towel sets
  • Toys
The Collection Process:

Collection Box available through the end of September in the front offices of FMHS and FM9 and through Advisory classes this month.

2016-2017 PTSA Board

Position Contact
President Naseem Razvi
1st VP of Programs Jennifer Lauridia
Secretary Marilyn Voss
Treasurer Diane Valdez
Parliamentarian open
Historian open
Communications Elaine Curtis
Council Delegate Shawn Boyd
Hospitality Amy Reaser
Membership Lori Ford
Arts in Ed open
Volunteers Michelle Bagrow
Legislative Rep Kristi Hassett
Healthy Lifestyles open
FMHS Main Principal Sonya Lail
FMHS Main Admin Rep Jeff Brown
FMHS Main Teacher Rep Rob Dilts
FM9 Principal Will Skelton
FM9 Admin Rep Jessica True
FM9 Teacher Rep Trevor Price

FMHS One-Act Plays: May 12th – 14th

 Flower Mound High School brings two dramatic presentations to the Black Box Theatre May 12-14 at 7 p.m. This concludes the Paw ‘Prents season as Varsity Theatre moves on to the State of Texas competition with its One Act Play, May 23-26.
  • The Insanity of Mary Girard by Lanie Robertson is the story of Mary Girard, who has been placed in a mental institution by her husband and the circumstances surrounding her confinement.  Has she been placed there against her will or is she truly insane?
  • Blood Wedding by Federico Garcia Lorca was first performed in Madrid in 1933. It tells the tragic tale of love and deception revolving around the bride, the bridegroom and the man who ultimately tears them apart-Leonardo.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students. Seating is limited so audiences are encouraged to order online at The plays were produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. Content may not be suited for very young children.