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Affording College?

Affording College?

May 26, 2020

Written by Logan Cummings|Photos by Logan Cummings| With the school year coming to an end, it's time for a new wave of students to enter into colleges and universities to attain a higher education. While delving into a specific field of interest prepares students to get a job in the future, educ...

The Cummings Brothers: The Good and the Bad

The Cummings Brothers: The Good and the Bad

February 13, 2020

Written by Logan Cummings and Alex Cummings|Filmed by Logan Cummings and Alex Cummings| https://youtu.be/qbn2TJX0Dzc After interviewing students and staff members, we were able to get a good sense of where The Morgan School thrives and where it can use some improvement. It’s clear that studen...

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...

Morgan Wrestlers Full Send

Morgan Wrestlers Full Send

January 8, 2020

Written and Photographed by Tatiana Serrano| On January 4th, 2020, our very own Morgan Wrestlers had their Duals conference. There were six schools that participated that Saturday. The tournament was unique particularly because it included two brackets. Each individual played in their assigned ...

Yale Students Demand Change

Yale Students Demand Change

December 12, 2019

Written and Photos by Kristina Bergman | On Friday, December 6th, 2019 at 2 p.m. , The Sunrise Movement organized a climate march and strike around New Haven to promote the Green New Deal and express its ideas on climate change. The Sunrise Movement is an organization that promotes the Green New D...

Clinton Cliques

Clinton Cliques

October 22, 2019

Written By Anthony Staffa and Mike Zingarella| Cliques, a problem or a culture? Nowadays in school, it's all you see, groups of kids that have known each other for as long as they can remember. At first look, there's nothing wrong with that, but if you look deeper, you may wonder if people are ...

Chris, Zak, and Jhonnyer Pursue College Alternatives

Grand APizza

June 5, 2019

Written by Ford Pender | Sometimes your best decision isn't necessarily going to college. The best path could be seeking something outside of it. Zak Johnson, Chris Nuzzo and Jhonnyer Paida have different aspirations. Chris Nuzzo who's family has ran Grand APizza on Maine Street in Clinton since ...

“What is Our Late Policy?”

Tardy Slip

March 15, 2019

Written by Max Hurtubise and Simon Hua| At the Morgan School, there are a number of ways students can receive detention. They can get in fights, break the rules, and act disrespectfully. Often, however, it is not for such a bold offense but for being late. Moreover, an apparent inconsistency in t...

Morgan Hosts Shoreline Social

Morgan Hosts Shoreline Social

March 12, 2019

Written by Sandra Sirisoukh and Ingrid Rodriguez|Photos by Olivia Mccray and Ingrid Rodriguez| On Thursday, March 7th, a social was held here at Morgan, which was facilitated by Morgan teacher Joanne Cozzolino. Students from Morgan teacher Melissa Harris's class attended as well as students from ...

School-Based Health Center Offers Student Support

School-Based Health Center Offers Student Support

January 31, 2019

Written by Sandra Sirisoukh |Photos by Sandra Sirisoukh | The School-Based Health Center is a non-profit service offered to schools in Connecticut. Students can get medical, dental, or behavioral healthcare. Here at Morgan, only mental health services are offered. Students can receive 30-minute sessions once or twice weekly. The program provid...

Three Kings Make Their Way To Joel School

Three Kings Make Their Way To Joel School

January 23, 2019

Written by Melanie Coretti | Photos via Señora Moran | On Friday, January 4th, 2019, eight students from Spanish teacher Laura Luther's Spanish class ventured over to Joel Elementary School to celebrate Three Kings Day. These students were Junior Logan Cummings, Junior Natalie Novarro, Junior Rachel S...

Recess for High Schoolers

Recess for High Schoolers

January 23, 2019

Written by Bryce Thomas | Now during E period at Morgan, the gym doors are open and anyone can go in to shoot hoops. It's a good way to take a break from classwork and let off some steam. Morgan Principal Keri Hagness and Assistant Principal Tyler Webb saw the need for students to have some...

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