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Coach Grippo before the game

Shoot for a Cure

January 14, 2013

Written by Maina Carey| The girls’ basketball team is hosting a “pink game” on January 28th for breast cancer research. The proceeds will support transportation costs for Clinton residents dealing...

New Years Rockin Eve 2013

New Year’s Rockin’ Eve 2013

January 1, 2013

Written by Maina Carey| Picture from Awesomedl This year was our first New Year's Rockin' Eve without Dick Clark, who passed away at age 82 on April 18th, 2012. Ryan Seacrest and Jenny McCarthy took...

Its the Most Wonderful Time of the Year!

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year!

December 20, 2012

[slideshow] Favorite Christmas food/drink? Featured image -  By Maina Carey|   What is your favorite holiday movie? When asked about their favorite holiday movies, many...

Student of the Week: David Chittenden

November 8, 2012

The student of the week is David Chittenden. David is a ballet dancer! Read about his cool experience below. Me: When did you start pursuing ballet? What drove you to this decision? David: I started...

The Superheroes of the Morgan School

The Superheroes of the Morgan School

October 27, 2012

[slideshow] Written by Maina Carey| Kendra and I attended the leadership field trip last Friday, October 19th. It was hosted by CT Camp Guys, two men who teach camp counselors how to obtain the correct...

Student of the Week: Jenna Jasinski

October 23, 2012

Written by Maina Carey | This week’s featured student is Jenna Jasinski, a freshman with colossal dreams and a bright future. She is one of the best dancers I know, and you can tell she’s definitely...

Coach, Joe Grippo (picture via

Another Game, Another Win

October 12, 2012

Written by Maina Carey | The Morgan Girls Volleyball team blew away the competition in Wednesday's match at Valley Regional High School. The ending score for our stellar varsity team was 3-0 the best...

Above is Judy Chicoine, a freshman, who was interviewed for the article.

Student of the Week: Judy Chicoine

October 12, 2012

Written By Maina Carey| Our student of the week is Judy Chicoine. Judy, a freshman, was selected because of her two fascinating passions: drawing and skating. Not many people are aware of Judy’s talents,...

Time to Say Goodbye

Time to Say Goodbye

October 10, 2012

Written by Mary Muratori Senior year approaches very fast. Freshmen come in, new and sometimes terrified of what to expect. But in all honesty, these four years at The Morgan School go by very fast. Before...

 I want nice locker rooms and a sky roof. says Savannah Skidmore.

A Chance to Begin Again

October 2, 2012

[slideshow] by Maina Carey & Judy Chicoine| In April of this year, a referendum was passed in favor of constructing a new high school, here in Clinton. For the freshmen, this is very exciting since...

Live While We’re Young

September 22, 2012

Written by Maina Carey | If you’ve ever been a girl in middle school, I’m sure you recall hearing a teacher say, “Go change your shorts.” Many students of Eliot hear this too often, and in years...

There Are Two Sides to Every Story: the Truth About the Junior Portfolio

There Are Two Sides to Every Story: the Truth About the Junior Portfolio

September 13, 2012

Written by: Maina Carey & Mary Muratori Teachers can have a totally different perspective on school work, and school in general than the students. The Junior Portfolio is not all fun and games for...

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