FMS Daily Announcements
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Fairview Middle Announcements
Bus 241 replaced by 54
Bus 128 replaced by 40
Bus 1 replaced by 189
Bus 208 replaced by 36
Career Fair permission forms due tomorrow- 8th graders don’t forget!
Art Club meets tomorrow until 4:15pm. Pleas have rides arranged and on time.
Talent Show Auditions Thursday after school. Sign up begin tomorrow with Mrs. Wilcox.
The baseball team will be holding tryouts on November 14th, 15th, and 16th for all those interested in trying out. All students participating must have a valid physical on file with Coach Brooks in order to try-out. Baseball Tryouts will be held after school until 5pm.
Fishing Club – Nov. 13th (Monday) afterschool until 4:45pm. In order to take the bus to Bowie Park, your permission form must be given
Attention BETA club members – Monday, November 13. Thanks for all your hard work for BE NICE day!
Magic the Gathering meeting will be Nov. 8 from 2:47-4
Yearbook Club meeting – Nov. 15th until 4pm.
STARS and Student Council are hosting a Thanksgiving food drive November 13th-17th through Feed America First…The winning class from each grade level will win a donut party. Below is a list of items needed. I have also attached a flyer you can print off and post in your classroom.
Canned Tuna Fish
Bags of Dry Beans
Pasta – Spaghetti, Macaroni, etc. (Please no Ramen Noodles)
Boxes of Non-Sugared Cereals (i.e. Cheerios, Corn Flakes, Shredded Wheat, etc.)
You are invited to FMS Thanksgiving Feast
Adults $6/Children $3
Please join us for a presentation from Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent Dennis Fetting on November 14th, 6:00 p.m.
Digital Dangers: Williamson County is Not Immune
*Note- This presentation is intended for adult-audiences only.
We hope you will “save the date” for a very important presentation taking place at FMS on November 14th. This presentation will include example scenarios based on our local investigations to help parents, teachers, and other law enforcement better understand how children can become victimized online.
The following are the three main risks discussed in this presentation:
Online Predators and Social Media – Recent trends and tactics used by adult predators online to meet and groom minors and solicit sexual chats, images and meetings offline. This topic also covers a new and growing trend of “sextortion” in which minors are blackmailed after sending compromising photos or videos. Includes discussion of the newest apps, online games, and social networks young children, tweens and teens are using.
Revealing too much – Personal and private information shared through texts, images or videos may attract unwanted attention from cyberbullies or online predators. This may also lead to serious offline consequences at school and with the law. Includes discussions about metadata, geolocation, and how apps provide data about users which is especially serious for children and teens.
Cyberbullying – The use of Internet technology or mobile technology, such as cell phones, to bully or harass someone. Discussion into how and why children and teens are heavily affected by this in everyday online life.
We look forward to continuing partner with you and your child on the impacts of digital dangers.
Get in the Holiday Spirit!!
Fairview High baseball team is hosting a wreath fundraiser!
There are 3 sizes: 36” diameter, 24” diameter, and a small swag wreath. The prices are listed below with pictures. If you are interested, please contact Coach Putnam at Fairview High School if interested or a FHS baseball player to place an order. Money will be collected in advance and wreaths will be sold until Nov. 17th.
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