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A New Junior Portfolio

A New Junior Portfolio

March 27, 2018

Written by Ashley Baldwin & Melanie Coretti | Interviews by Ashley Baldwin & Melanie Coretti | On April 13th, 2018, the Junior class at Morgan will participate in the graduation requirement of Junior Portfolio. Students will need to present rubrics they have collected throughout their high school...

Junior Year Stress

Junior Year Stress

February 14, 2018

Written by Anthony Coretti | Photos by Quinn Trahant | Junior year is often recognized as the hardest year in high school. If you are a Senior, you already know what I'm talking about. The SAT, AP Testing, and the feared Junior Portfolio are all right around the corner for these three juniors. This...

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 ...

(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...

Frydenborg’s Inferno

Frydenborg's Inferno

May 30, 2017

Written by Logan Cummings and Daniel Radka| Photographs by Daniel Radka and Logan Cummings| Toward the end of every school year, English teacher Julie Frydenborg assigns her Honors Freshman class a month-long project: The Dante Project. Her students have to read Dante's Inferno and then rewrite the story and make a creative accompaniment to br...

SAT Day: School Must Go On

SAT Day: School Must Go On

April 4, 2017

Written by Abbey Norton | The Juniors have the opportunity to take a free SAT on April 5th, but for the rest of the students, the school day must go on! Because of our block schedule, it is much easier to form the school day around the SAT. "We're blocking off one of the wings of the school, third...

It’s That Time Again

It's That Time Again

January 9, 2017

Written by Melanie Coretti | There are mixed feelings on midterms. Some students dread midterms week, and some don't. Some find it stressful, others don't. Students have two exams each day for 3 days, then the fourth day is one last exam and a make-up period for any missed exams.  Students don't n...

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...

2016 Graduates Change In Plans

2016 Graduates Change In Plans

September 23, 2016

By Quinn Pender | Several of the seniors in the class of 2016 had abrupt changes in their college plans for financial reasons. 2016 graduates Julia Hornyak, Kayla Burt, and Michael Fiorillo all changed their plans over the summer. 2016 graduate Julia Hornyak said,"my heart was set on Uconn, but I got...

First year Thoughts with Mr. Zdunzcyk

First year Thoughts with Mr. Zdunzcyk

June 13, 2016

Written by Anthony Janiszcak| First year for a new teacher can be sometimes a bit over whelming, but for Social studies teacher Corey Zdunzcyk, its just another day doing what he loves! Coming into Morgan last year to replace another teacher, Mr. Zdunzcyk adapted well to our school. He expresses how...

What Did You Think of the SAT?

What Did You Think of the SAT?

March 3, 2016

Written by Maggie LaCross|

Do Not Test Me, I Am Busy Taking Mid-Terms

Do Not Test Me, I Am Busy Taking Mid-Terms

January 6, 2016

By August Pulaski and David LaRiviere | It's that time of year again: Mid-terms. The mid-term exams happen once a year so they start at around mid to early January. The mid-term exams have a major impact on everyone's grade. Many students study a lot for these exams due to the fact that they cover everything...

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