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Morgan Girls take on Cromwell Panthers

Morgan Girls take on Cromwell Panthers

January 16, 2020

Written and Photographed by Tatiana Serrano| The Morgan girls basketball team won a game against Old Lyme with a score of 34-32 and a game against our well-known rivals, HK, 44-40. On Friday, January 10th, our Huskies gave us a show against the Cromwell Panthers. Before the game, Head Coa...

Author Jeet Patel

Author Jeet Patel

December 4, 2019

Written by Sarah Williams | Photos by Sarah Williams | Freshman Jeet Patel is a writer. He has produced many writings throughout his middle school and high school life. Two books he completed are Pumpkin King and Logan, Noah and the Unknown Island. Currently, he is working on The Era. J...

Freshmen Jitters

Freshmen Jitters

September 30, 2019

Written and Photographed by Tatiana Serrano| On the first day of school, students are excited to get back and reconnect with friends who they haven't seen all summer. But for these freshmen, that transition was a little tricky and frightening. The Morgan School is fortunate enough to have an incredi...

Wham! Bam! Poetry Slam!

Wham! Bam! Poetry Slam!

December 5, 2016

Witten by Abbigale Pitarra | Photos by Abbigale Pitarra | Slam Poetry is a competition where people read their poems without props, costumes, or music. Slam Poetry allows many individuals across the world to address controversial issues in a creative way. Many people do not know that our own students ...

First Impressions

First Impressions

September 23, 2016

Written by Ashley Miller and Isabella Recine | With a new school, lots of things may go wrong and change dramatically. Schedules change, rules change, even the “lunch room” turning to “the food court” changed. Multiple teachers have  pleasant first impressions of this new building. Science Teacher ...

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...

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...

What did you think of the New Schedule?

What did you think of the New Schedule?

March 10, 2016

Written by Quinn Pender | After publishing A New Schedule for The New Morgan School, the PawPrint surveyed freshmen, sophomores and juniors about the new schedule. 29% of the students that responded liked the new schedule and 63% didn't like the new schedule. A few of the 95 people questioned ...

Safety Not Accounted For

Safety Not Accounted For

March 2, 2016

Written by Greg Ellal The new school, many love the idea, many oppose it. One thing is for certain, it's happening, and all  there is to do now is look forward to the improvements and changes from the current Morgan School. There are some concerns, however, as far as the safety for the pedestrians ...

Electives: Junior and Senior year

Electives

February 29, 2016

Written by Cameron Sheehan | Photo via Global Student Network Photo via Electives Choosing electives is not always easy, and some students struggle with which course will best suit them. This doesn't have to be a hard task at all.  With the course selection deadline approaching in a couple of weeks for current sophomores and juniors, students are most likely st...

Enter the 34th Annual Shoreline Writing Contest

Enter the 34th Annual Shoreline Writing Contest

January 6, 2016

Written by Julia Hornyak | It is that time of the year again! This year is the 34th Annual Shoreline Writing Contest. Anyone can enter as long as you are currently enrolled in the Shoreline public schools, grades 9-12. All entries must be submitted to your English Department Chair, which is Paul Serenbetz,...

The Morgan Pawprint Never Pawses

The Morgan Pawprint Never Pawses

October 19, 2015

By David LaRiviere and August Pulaski | Journalism class is where members of The Morgan Pawprint go to work on their articles . It is also the headquarters of the digital newspaper. The students of the paper work very hard on their work and spend a lot of time on their articles to make sure they are...

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