TEST PREPS - Juniors at Fulton City High School were treated to dinner and a movie Monday night (March 19) prior to taking the ACT. The students dined on a grilled steak, baked potato, corn pudding and baked beans prepared and served by FIS administrators and faculty. They were served homemade banana pudding and chocolate chunk cookies for dessert before watching the classic movie "Lean On Me." The movie, which stars Morgan Freeman, is based loosely on the life of Joe Lois Clark, a real life inner city high school principal in New Jersey. Clark's school is at risk of being taken over by the state department of education unless students improve their state test scores. This morning, the students will eat breakfast courtesy of Fulton's McDonald's. The local restaurant will prepare plates for the students featuring many of the items on their morning menu. After completing the test, the students will be granted lunch out of town at a restaurant of their choice. The students have been preparing for the ACT all year. The pre-ACT activities have become a tradition at the school.