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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 the chance to help the incoming freshmen transition into high school. The Morgan School offers a STEP...

Working Hard Outside of Morgan

Working Hard Outside of Morgan

September 27, 2017

Written by Marie Kane | Photo by Simon Hua Outside of our lives at Morgan, students are involved in other activities. Between hanging out with friends and family, and working at a job, there's a lot that keeps us occupied. Mainly juniors and seniors have jobs. Between the Clinton outlets, grocery ...

Meeting of the Minds

Meeting of the Minds

April 7, 2017

Written by Abbey Norton | On Friday, March 31st, the Husky Leaders and various community members participated in a conference along with students and staff from Coginchaug, Creed, East Hampton, Haddam-Killingworth, Hale-Ray, North Branford, Old Saybrook, Valley Regional, and Westbrook. This conference was h...

Morgan Embraces Their True Colors

Morgan Embraces Their True Colors

March 29, 2017

Written by Allison Goguen| Photos by Allison Goguen| On Friday, March 17, Morgan’s GSA along with Peer Advocate volunteers headed to the UConn campus in Storrs, CT to attend the True Colors Conference. True Colors is an annual convention that celebrates diversity, in particular, diversity in gender and sexuality. Spanis...

Born and Bred Politics

Born and Bred Politics

February 7, 2017

Written by Abbey Norton |   Politics can be a touchy subject in public schools all around the country. Each member of the community is raised in different ways and by different parents. Can the way each students are raised affect how they view the world? Several students and teachers share their...

Nick Hannon: Morgan’s Bill Gates Jr.

Nick Hannon: Morgan's Bill Gates Jr.

June 13, 2016

Written by Lucas Lennox| My laptop took a fall from my desk, and the hard drive was damaged and wiped out. I waited for about three months to fix it because I did not want to dish out all the money it takes for a new operating system. I finally turned to Freshman Nick Hannon for the repair of my laptop. Wi...

Would You Do It All Again?

Would You Do It All Again?

June 9, 2016

Written by Greg Ellal and Anthony Janiszcak| With Graduation approaching fast, you can feel the excitement in the air from our seniors. Before they go off to become whatever and whomever they want to be, we ask this simple question: With the knowledge you know now about high school, would you go back...

Husky Helper Day 2016

Husky Helper Day 2016

May 20, 2016

Written by Maggie LaCross and Riley Thompson| Husky Helper day signifies the end of the school year and entails a fun-filled day full of memories and helping others. During the day,  Morgan Seniors visit and help out around the town of Clinton. Locations this year included The Clinton Fire Depar...

Out, Proud, Loud

Out, Proud, Loud

May 11, 2016

Written by Tiana Chrans| GSA stands for Gay Straight Alliance, an all inclusive acceptance club based around celebrating diversity. GSA is a safe place for students to go and feel accepted. The club was built with the hopes of making Morgan students feel more comfortable in the community and to let st...

Huskies Helping The Community

Huskies Helping The Community

May 6, 2016

Written by Sam Pansa| Seniors and faculty will remember that Husky Helper Day used to be a school wide event, all students of Morgan worked together to help out the community. This years seniors may remember participating in Husky Helper Day as freshman, the last time that has happened in Morgan. Last...

The Morgan PawPrint takes on the State Capitol

The Morgan PawPrint takes on the State Capitol

April 29, 2016

Written by Julia Hornyak | On Wednesday, April 27th English teacher Leslie Chausse took three students from her Journalism class to the CECA's 17th Annual Tech Expo at the Connecticut State Capitol Legislative Office Building in Hartford. The three students, senior Julia Hornyak and freshmen Alyssa...

Small Steps for Students – Large Steps for The Morgan School

Small Steps for Students - Large Steps for The Morgan School

April 28, 2016

Written by Melissa Sullivan | The STEP program is stepping up starting next school year. As everyone knows the program helps the ninth graders transition into their first year of high school. The Morgan School will be involving students more to make STEP more of a leadership program. Principal Keri Hagness...

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