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Do the New COVID19 Protocols at Morgan Make Sense to Students?

Junior Nolan Sullivan

Ryan Inglis, Reporter

October 23, 2020

Coming into the 2020-2021 school year there has been a tremendous change to the student life here at Morgan due to the Coronavirus pandemic. There have been COVID-19 protocols put in place for the safety of students, staff, and their families. Some protocols are wearing a mask at all times, separating...

Will Morgan Go Back to Full Online Learning During the Flu Season?

Will Morgan Go Back to Full Online Learning During the Flu Season?

Sozon Albanis, Photographer

October 6, 2020

As we all know there is no vaccine for Covid-19. Most vaccine trials are still in phases 1 and 2. And only a few are in phase 3. And that not only means that we may never go back to a normal society until the seniors this year are 50, but it also means that COVID-19 will still be here when early November comes, the flu arrives. The flu is exactly li...

Playing Through A Pandemic

Girls Soccer Game

Genna Rauccio and Julia Silver

October 6, 2020

Created by Genna Rauccio and Julia Silver During this fall season, there are many changes that are affecting the sports playing due to the coronavirus. The CIAC has made many important decisions to make sure the fall sports are staying safe. The Morgan School athletes are following the CIAC guidel...

Pandemic pet adoption

Pandemic pet adoption

June 8, 2020

Written by: Aurora Smith|Photos by: Aurora Smith| During the coronavirus (COVID-19), many families have either fostered dogs or adopted them. Lindsay Luong, a volunteer of the shelter Homeward Bound, said that the adoption rate has definitely gone up. Homeward Bound CT is a shelter that works with resc...

Gaming on the Homefront

Gaming on the Homefront

May 26, 2020

Written by Ethan Madura| Well, I am sure many people feel like time is frozen due to what has been happening with COVID-19. But although things have looked dull, many kids around Clinton have filled that time with an alternative: Gaming. No matter how they play, kids are doing it. It is one of t...

Rock Painting With Maddie and Rachael

Rock Painting With Maddie and Rachael

May 26, 2020

Written and Video by Maddie Davenport and Rachael Pellegrini| In this video, Rachael and I decided to paint rocks and place them around our street to spread positive messages. During this time we feel it is important to keep everyone's mindsets in positive. We decided to place the rocks that ...

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 Sport...

Quarantine Hike With Rachael and Maddie

Quarantine Hike With Rachael and Maddie

May 11, 2020

Video by Rachael Pellegrini and Madeline Davenport| https://youtu.be/l0Z2vfOg9Y0 The Clinton Land Conservation Trust has properties all around Clinton, CT with hiking trails in various terrain such as the woods, rocks, and streams. We went on a hike at the Chittenden Hill Preserve...

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, g...

Two Local Women make free Masks

Two Local Women make free Masks

May 8, 2020

Written by Aurora Smith|Photos by Polly Schumann| Polly Schumann started making masks as soon as quarantine started. She has made over 300 masks and has given them out for free. She decided to make masks because as soon as the virus started there were reports of nurses and others not having...

Northern Vermont Colleges Avoid Possible Shutdown

Northern Vermont Colleges Avoid Possible Shutdown

May 4, 2020

Written by Rachael Pellegrini|Photos by Northern Vermont University| Vermont's state colleges have been suffering from a decrease in enrollment and prolonged underfunding for the past few years. To approach the deficit that the Coronavirus Pandemic has caused, a plan was proposed by the Vermont St...

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 ...

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