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The Morgan PawPrint Thanks Class of 2020 Journalists

The Morgan PawPrint Thanks Class of 2020 Journalists

June 8, 2020

Written by Rachael Pellegrini| Congratulations to the Class of 2020. Many members of the Class of 2020 took Journalism and contributed to the PawPrint. Below follow the link to each PawPrint reporter's page. Click the link to view some of the articles each reporter created. Amber Re...

Affording College?

Affording College?

May 26, 2020

Written by Logan Cummings|Photos by Logan Cummings| With the school year coming to an end, it's time for a new wave of students to enter into colleges and universities to attain a higher education. While delving into a specific field of interest prepares students to get a job in the future, educ...

Shoreline Pallet Design

Shoreline Pallet Design

May 21, 2020

Written by: Aurora Smith|Photos by: Abby Roccapriore| Abby Roccapriore, the owner of Shoreline Pallet Design is a mom of 3(I happen to be one of her children) in Clinton. She is a Paraprofessional at Joel School working in the Jumpstart program. Abby started Shoreline Pallet Design in the Spring ...

What Students are Missing During Quarantine

What Students are Missing During Quarantine

May 14, 2020

Written by: Jonathan Blair Due to the recent pandemic, many activities that we typically enjoy have been either postponed or canceled. This was necessary in order to protect people from contracting the virus. This did, however, change the daily lives of almost everyone. Winter Sports Pep Rally 201...

Junior Redemption

Winter Sports Pep Rally 2019

May 14, 2020

Written by Thomas Baker|Photos by the Morgan PawPrint| Many junior's feel lost. Similar to Senior's they have lost one of their more crucial years of high school. Many upcoming seniors are wondering what will happen with testing such as SAT's and ACT's for college. If they keep getting postponed, ...

Should Environmental Science be a Required Class?

Should Environmental Science be a Required Class?

May 14, 2020

Written by Nicholas Rubino | Edited and Published by Thomas Baker | Photos by Nicholas Rubino Picture this: a beautiful landscape filled with an array of trees, brush, and flowers as far as the eye can see. A stream flowing with newts, tadpoles, and native fish swimming to their heart's contempt....

A Special Video From Our Morgan Teachers and Staff

A Special Video From Our Morgan Teachers and Staff

May 11, 2020

Written by Victoria Le |Video by Victoria Le | The teachers and staff of The Morgan School miss the students. The PawPrint invited Morgan staff to share a hello message with the students they miss. Watch the video of Morgan staff saying hello and sharing their talents as musicians, sailors, gardeners...

Thank You Hearts

Thank You Hearts

April 30, 2020

Written by Maddie Davenport| With the major number of deaths across the country and the depression of the quarantine dragging on, people are looking for ways to give back and put some light into the darkness of Covid-19. From doctors and nurses to mailmen and grocery store clerks, these essential w...

Gap Gang

Gap Gang

March 31, 2020

Written by Maria Avila and Lucas MorelloPictures by Becky Kozak and Joshua ShermanFeatured image via Mark Mozart Once Morgan students turn 16, they choose to work at restaurants, family businesses, and most popularly, retail stores. Over the past year a remarkably high number of Morgan students ha...

The Cummings Brothers: Coronavirus

The Cummings Brothers: Coronavirus

March 30, 2020

Written by Logan Cummings, Alex Cummings, and Ethan Madura|Video by Logan Cummings, Alex Cummings, and Ethan Madura| https://youtu.be/Fv1olfRvclc After many interviews, we gained some very interesting responses to this question: What do you know about the Coronavirus? The most obvious takeaway from th...

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...

Giving to the Blood Drive

Giving to the Blood Drive

March 26, 2020

Written by Maddie Davenport| On Tuesday, March 10, Morgan held a blood drive in the gym. With the help of The Red Cross and National Honor Society, Morgan managed to donate enough blood to save many lives. Fifty-three people walked into the doors eager to help save people's lives by donating blood. Sevente...

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