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From Middle School to High School, Mrs. Lupone

From Middle School to High School, Mrs. Lupone

January 15, 2020

Written and Photo by Kristina Bergman | This week health teacher Rachel Lupone started her transition from Jared Eliot Middle School to Morgan. Mrs. Lupone worked at Eliot for 1 1/2 years. Mrs....

Parents in the Morgan School

Parents in the Morgan School

October 30, 2019

Written and Photos by Kristina Bergman| Here at Morgan, there are many teachers that have children in the school. One of these...

A New Face at Morgan: Mr. Bean

A New Face at Morgan: Mr. Bean

September 30, 2019

Written by Mason Carey | Mr. Bean is the new World Language teacher here at Morgan. He is a split-staffer, meaning that he spends the beginning part of the day at Eliot, and then teaches at Morgan...

Becoming a Leader At Morgan

Becoming a Leader At Morgan

April 11, 2018

Written by Melanie Coretti and Ashley Baldwin | Interviews by Melanie Coretti and Ashley Baldwin | Several leadership opportunities are open to 2018-19 sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Students have...

Forgetting Fencers?

Forgetting Fencers?

February 7, 2017

Written by Dan Radka, Logan Cummings, and Isabella Recine | Photos by Isabella Recine | Since the fencing team was formed, the Fencers have always been seen as the last resort. In years past, the fencing...

Meet Morgan's New Girls Basketball Coach

Meet Morgan’s New Girls Basketball Coach

January 19, 2017

Written by Gabby Vigorito| Photos by PawPrint Staff | Eliot English Teacher Caitlin Woods has taught at Eliot for 6 years. She is the cross country coach in the fall and track coach in the spring. And...

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...

HE'S GOT TALENT

HE’S GOT TALENT

December 8, 2016

Written by Ashley Miller| The Morgan School is filled with talented people who walk the halls undiscovered. Sophomore Quinn Pender's talent is styling hair. When he was little he used to walk around carrying...

Wicked Window Winners

Wicked Window Winners

October 26, 2016

Written by Gabriella Vigorito| Photos by Gabriella Vigorito| On Saturday, October 15, 2016, the  Clinton Park & Rec set up a table by the Clinton post office where children and their parents registered....

The Popular Restaurant: Cristy's

The Popular Restaurant: Cristy’s

April 1, 2016

Written By Quinn Pender Cristy's was voted one of the best breakfast restaurants on the Shoreline in 2015. A lot of kids along the Shoreline come to eat Cristy's wonderful food and drink its amazing...

What teachers expect on Junior portfolio presentation day.

March 16, 2016

Written by Cameron Sheehan| Photo via: Userimages Junior portfolio presentations will take place on Friday, April 15th. Juniors can never have enough practice for the presentation. Passing the Junior...

Small Town, Big Pride

Small Town, Big Pride

December 14, 2015

Written by Julia Hornyak | Photos by Christine Elder| A new store has come to Clinton! Town Pride is located at 8 Post Office Square, Clinton Connecticut. Christine Elder is the owner and founder of the...

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