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Quarantine Workload

Quarantine Workload

April 24, 2020

Written by Thomas Baker | Photos by Thomas Baker Online school has been in session since March 25th, and students and staff have opinions about this new online learning. Staff shared their thoughts on their workload before the new schedule was put into place on April 6th. Students shared their ...

Two Schools of Thought

Two Schools of Thought

April 23, 2020

Written by Logan Cummings|Photos by Logan Cummings and Leo Woods| Recently, I debated with senior Caleb Vath, a good friend of mine. We discussed the purpose of education, and how we may reform the current system in order to meet the needs of the students. In our discussion, we thoroughly explain ...

Electing Electives

Electing Electives

March 3, 2020

Written by Jillian Mclean and Kylie Isleib Semester 2 has just started, which means students have settled into their final classes for the year. Students will be selecting their courses for the 2020-2021 school year in the next two weeks. At Morgan, there are a plethora of electives for students t...

New Year New Beginnings in 2019

New Year New Beginnings in 2019

January 8, 2019

By Hope Vecca and Emilia O' Neil| The new year calls for many changes. Recently, students at The Morgan School shared their personal and school goals for 2019. Many Morgan School students want to enhance school pride. Many students believe that coming to the new Morgan also took away some of the schoo...

Enough with the Snow Days

Enough with the Snow Days

March 20, 2018

Written by Quinn Trahant | Snow days are an exciting time for high school students. They provide a break from school to relax, hang out with friends, and go outside and enjoy the snow. But is there such thing as too many snow days? With The Morgan School already having 7 days canceled this year, gr...

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....

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...

(Final)izing the School Year

(Final)izing the School Year

June 8, 2017

Written by Marie Kane | It's almost the end of the 2016-2017 school year, which means it's almost time for final exams, followed by graduation for the senior class of 2017 at 6:00 pm at the Morgan practice football field. Many teachers let seniors be exempt from taking that class's exam if seniors have an average of a 90 or better in that class. If a student doesn't have...

Entertaining English Electives

Entertaining English Electives

February 22, 2017

Written by Kitty Shortt | Sophomores and Juniors are now making their course selections.  Course selections were made through Parent Portal by February 24th. Freshmen made selections in their English classes the week of February 26th. All students have room for at least two electives a year, and the...

Is Sharing Really Caring?

Is Sharing Really Caring?

December 21, 2016

Written by MacKenzie Miller and Natalie Buchetto| Is there an upside to downsizing? If you were a Husky before the big move to Morgan 3.0, you know that the old school had numerous places for winter sports to practice. For the six teams with a winter season, there were three to four spaces for eac...

More Schedule Changes Planned for Second Semester

More Schedule Changes Planned for Second Semester

December 21, 2016

Written by Isaac Eriksen, Erin LeViness, and Drew Marzano | There have been many changes to the schedule this year at Morgan. First is the passing time, which has been shortened to 4 minutes between classes rather than 5. Next, would include the addition of a block schedule on Tuesdays and Wednesdays,...

Amber Vuilleumier: College Life

Amber Vuilleumier: College Life

October 6, 2016

Written by: Gabby Vigorito and Abby Pitarra | Amber Vuilleumier is a freshman at Endicott College in Massachusetts. She chose Endicott because the school has a great internship and study abroad program, along with a safe campus. She also likes the community and environment.  She is enjoying the coll...

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