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Class of 2020’s Top 10

Class of 2020's Top 10

May 14, 2020

Written by Maggie Guba|Photos by The Morgan PawPrint| The Class of 2020 has worked tirelessly over the last four years to accomplish many things. While every member of this class has put in their own work, these ten students stand out from the rest because of their class rank. Below are profiles of ea...

AP Test Changes Covid19 Style

AP Test Changes Covid19 Style

April 30, 2020

Written by Maggie Guba| Photos by The Morgan PawPrint| With all of the changes going on in the world today, AP tests are now being changed as well. CollegeBoard, the company which administers and monitors AP testing made the executive decision to employ new testing practices for this 2019-2020 ...

Corona Causing College Chaos

Corona Causing College Chaos

April 9, 2020

Written by Maggie Guba|Photos by The Morgan PawPrint| April of Senior year is when seniors make their decisions about which college they will attend in the fall. This year, however, is astronomically different. The recent outbreak of Covid-19 has moved K-12 learning online. Universites and colleges...

Morgan’s Favorites: Teacher Edition

Morgan's Favorites: Teacher Edition

March 27, 2020

Written by Maggie Guba and Victoria Le | Video by Maggie Guba and Victoria Le | Morgan is home to many wonderful teachers and professional staff members. Students learn and form bonds with their teachers. We asked students from each grade who their favorite teacher or mentors were. The video below cap...

The Results Are In

Missing Jillian McLean

March 6, 2020

Written by Maggie Guba | Photos by Maggie Guba | Now that it is Friday, March 6, the winner of The Morgan PawPrint raffle has been chosen. Students had the opportunity to follow The Morgan PawPrint on WordPress as well as Instagram for the chance to win a $15 Dunkin' gift card. The winner h...

Follow the PawPrint for Food

Follow the PawPrint for Food

March 3, 2020

Written by Maggie Guba |Photos by Maggie Guba | Ever wished you had an iced coffee or delicious breakfast sandwich to start off the morning? Now you can! This week The Morgan PawPrint is looking to expand its following. To attract new followers to the site, we have decided to hold a raffle. By simp...

From Morgan to More

From Morgan to More

February 12, 2020

Written by Maggie Guba and Maddie Davenport | Photos by Maggie Guba | For most high school athletes, playing sports in college is the ultimate dream. At Morgan, many of our student-athletes go on to play at the college level whether it be Division I, II or III athletics. Morgan has had a long hi...

Morgan Needs More Munchkins For Preschool

Morgan Needs More Munchkins For Preschool

January 31, 2020

Written by Maggie Guba and Victoria Le | Morgan Muchkins, The Morgan School preschool program for children ages 3-5 begins on March 3rd and ends on June 2nd. This early childhood education preschool program will be on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 12:30-2:00 pm every week that school is in session. ...

The Science Behind Our New Assistant Principal: Mr. Luther

December 9, 2019

Written by Maggie Guba |Photos by Maggie Guba | 2019 at Morgan has been a year of many changes. One major change has been our assistant principal. In October, former Assistant Principal Tyler Webb left Morgan to pursue a position at Wethersfield High School. Mr. Webb's exit left an open position for a ...

Morgan Boys Soccer is a Staple in Shorelines

Morgan Boys Soccer is a Staple in Shorelines

November 22, 2019

Written by Maggie Guba |Video by Mya Yetso | Music by Kanye West Morgan Boys Soccer has been a cemented figure in the Shoreline bracket for many years now. The year of 2019 has been no different as the boys went all the way to the Shoreline finals. The journey to the finals was a hard-fought battle especi...

Journey to 2019 Journalism Day

Journey to 2019 Journalism Day

November 8, 2019

Written by Maggie Guba | Photos by Student Journalists | On Friday, October 25, journalism teacher Leslie Chausse's E period journalism class took a trip to Southern Connecticut State University. The reason for this field trip was to attend the 2019 Journalism Day. The event involved many students ...

Morgan Goes to Yale’s Physics Olympics

Morgan Goes to Yale's Physics Olympics

October 22, 2019

Written by: Maggie Guba | On October 12, four seniors represented The Morgan School at Yale's Physics Olympics. Led by Physics teacher, Abigail Walston, seniors Carlo Arnoldi, Nic Colebank, Alex Kadlof and Annalyse Olcott attended and competed in 5 different events. The official team name for Morgan was...

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