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Husky Helper Day Press

Husky Helper Day Press

May 18, 2012

While helping out the community, students from each location reported on the day's activities. They  sent tweets, texts, Instagrams, etc. We shared many of them on Storify. Overall it went well thoughout the day with most of the students contributing to our collection of pictures. If you would lik...

What Do You Want in a New Morgan?

A concept drawing of the new Morgan School

May 3, 2012

Written by Kristine Adams | A few days ago Kristine Adams and Steph Strucaly  asked students and faculty what they would like to see in the new Morgan School.  The results are below. [slideshow] For more information on the new Morgan School check out Evan's or Kritine's article.  Please share your thoughts in the comment box below....

A Divided Town, but a New Morgan

A Divided Town, but a New Morgan

April 12, 2012

Written by Evan Doolittle | Residents were streaming into the town hall nonstop Wednesday to cast their vote in the Morgan School Referendum.  The final vote was 2,058 for and 2,018 against a new, $64.7 million Morgan School. The town was evenly divided on the subject, and the vote passed by a mere 40 votes out of the total 4,076. I spent my afternoon at the t...

Got Blood?

Got Blood?

April 10, 2012

Written by Steph Strucaly | Every two seconds, someone in the U.S. needs blood.  A single car accident victim is in need of 100 pints of blood. And you can help. The Morgan National Honor Society is organizing its semi-annual blood drive held by the American Red Cross in Gym A on Wednesday, May 2.  NHS is encouraging all students, 17 and olde...

Thoughts on the New Morgan School

A concept drawing of the new Morgan School

March 30, 2012

[slideshow] [wpvideo 9z4T6SDA] Video by Steph Strucaly and Destiny D'Zacomo Written by Kristine Adams | For a couple of years now, the new Morgan School has been the talk of Clinton. People are curious about how the new school will look, but they are also interested in the cost and how different the...

Fiddler on the Roof: Behind the Curtain

Take a look at Tevya's house, constructed by: Tom Card

March 30, 2012

Written by Emily Card | Tom Card has been involved with building all of the sets needed for the Morgan Musicals.  Over the years, he has constructed sets for The Wizard of Oz, Oliver, Annie Get Your Gun, How to Eat Like a Child, and many more.  This year he is building the sets required for Fiddler on the Roof, the 2012 musical,...

Starting Off Young

Starting Off Young

March 26, 2012

Written by Alex Kamnitzer | Ever wonder what it feels like to be in a high school play as a middle school student or even a third grader? Well, this year the Morgan High School’s play ,Fiddler on the Roof, features 13 young cast members. Now, these are not just your ordinary young people. They went through the same audition process as any...

A Tasty Reputation

A Tasty Reputation

March 2, 2012

A home cooked meal at school is not just a dream! Written by Destiny D'Zacomo Where can you find a well balanced meal that’s cheap? Look no further, The Morgan School lunches are tasty and nutritious. Mr. Serenbetz has purchased the Morgan school lunch for 33 years and the tradition lives on. According to Mr.Serenbetz, ” I've eaten at a lot of fancy restaraunts and...

Not Your Ordinary Shush Spot

February 27, 2012

Written by Steph Strucaly What do you think of when you think of a library? Books are an obvious answer, but would you ever think of diner booths or iPads mounted on the walls? Well, soon enough you’ll see it because the Morgan library will have just that. Students by now have been able to see some of the exciting new changes in the library, inclu...

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