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Homecoming Spirit 2017

Homecoming Spirit 2017

November 3, 2017

By Claire Pease| Photos by Romulo Vicuna| Friday, October 27th was Morgan's first pep rally. The pep rally sparked school spirit in preparation for the next day's football game and Homecoming Dance. The pep rally began with the class of 2018's entrance. Students in the bleachers watched the seniors...

Word War

Word War

October 26, 2017

By Marc Catalano| Featured Image via AnxietyInk.com Definitions are taken from Dictionary.com Disclaimer: There is no intention of making fun of people for incorrect answers. Do you actually know what you think you know? I sent out a Google Form to the classes of 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021 with eight qu...

The Environmental Club Takes on Recycling

The Environmental Club Takes on Recycling

October 23, 2017

Written by Rachel Gelven | Photos by Rachel Gelven and Taylor Marnett | The Environmental Club is one of the more public-service based clubs. This is because the club and its advisors have been working hard over the years to make Morgan more environmentally aware of the world around it. Also, they...

Conflict at Political Primary

Conflict at Political Primary

October 20, 2017

Written by Taylor DiFilippo | The members of the Political Club had an interesting event on September 7, where they got their first ever complaint from a guest. The Political Club has been holding events, debates, and forums since 2005, making the new development even more shocking. The event in q...

Open House at The Morgan School

Open House at The Morgan School

October 5, 2017

Written by Jillian Crowley and Abby Pitarra| Photos by Abby Pitarra| Annually, the Clinton Public School District holds an open house at each school. Open House is an orientation for the parents of enrolled students. Parents and guardians of Morgan students follow their child's schedule and meet the teachers....

PSATtack 2017

PSATtack 2017

October 5, 2017

By Marc Catalano| On Wednesday, October eleventh the freshmen, sophomores, and juniors will be taking the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test, PSAT for short. For juniors, the PSAT is also the National Merit Scholar Qualifying Test, an opportunity to win scholarships. The Tuesday before the PSATs, October ...

French Says Hello to Canada

Students reading the induction pledge

October 4, 2017

Written by Claire Pease| From March 8-11th 2018, all French students have the opportunity to travel to Quebec, Canada. Language Arts Teacher Laura Martino is in ¨the process of getting information to families and beginning some fundraisers." Madame Martino also said that while in Canada, the students w...

Craziness at the Club Fair

Craziness at the Club Fair

September 27, 2017

Written by Claire Pease| Pictures by Abby Pitarra| On September 26, during Advisory, all freshmen and sophomores attended this year's Advisory Club Fair. Many clubs were represented including the Environmental Club, the Political Club, Morgan REACT, the Kindness Club and much more. When students arr...

Dan Radka Heads to D.C.

Dan Radka Heads to D.C.

September 27, 2017

Written by Rachel Gelven | Photos via Rachel Gelven and Senator Chris Murphy´s website Morgan students have taken part in many opportunities, though none have participated in one as intense as being involved in the United States Congress for 5 months. Junior Dan Radka has been recruited by U.S. Senato...

Health Gets Some New Faces

Health Gets Some New Faces

September 14, 2017

Written by Rachel Gelven | Photos by Rachel Gelven Despite this year being the second year at the new Morgan, there are still changes in the Morgan community. One of the bittersweet changes that happened this year was with the health program. Gym teacher Peter Gersz is known by most at Morgan as...

Class Rank: Should We or Shouldn’t We?

Class Rank: Should We or Shouldn't We?

June 13, 2017

Written by Kitty Shortt | Here at The Morgan School, after freshman year, students know their class rank. At some point in a student's sophomore year, whether during the independent planning meeting or when Guidance Counselors go over Naviance and career paths, students receive their class rank....

Course Options: Is Morgan’s Menu Too Small?

Course Options: Is Morgan's Menu Too Small?

June 13, 2017

Written by Calvin Jackson and Daniel Radka| The classes that students choose in high school will shape their college path and possibly their career. Because of this, many students want a very wide variety of courses to choose from, Morgan students included. Some students at Morgan feel that the classes...

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