The Morgan PawPrint

Louis Bradley, Rex Smith, and Phil Pelliter

Senior Send Off

Isabella McDavid, Editor June 10, 2021


Senior Prom At Last

Iris Dunham, Reporter June 10, 2021

  On Friday, May 21, the seniors experienced a real, in-person prom; something that, last year, seemed almost impossible. They all dressed up in fancy dresses and tuxedos and danced the night...

Mr. Astry

Super Sub: Mr. Astry

Julianne Goodman, Reporter June 8, 2021

Morgan substitute Douglas Astry has been subbing for the duration of the school year. At the start of 2020-2021, Mr. Astry substituted for retired mathematics teacher Alan Samet and has been now filling...

Gavin, Connor, Alex, Sozon, and Louis

Saying Goodbye to High School

Garrett Garbinski , Contributor June 4, 2021

This past year has been one crazy ride. All of the students have shown extreme perseverance, but one class has taken a bigger toll than the rest of us. This year’s senior class has been strong through...

Black Lives Matter Protest

Walking the Thin Blue Line

Isabella McDavid, Writer June 2, 2021

With the induction of the Peace Flag into The Morgan School, there have been conflicting opinions about hanging the flag in the upper hub. The flag is used for The Rainbow Peace Flag Project, or better...

Enoch Quilt

Quilts of Valor Awards Our Very Own, Mr. Enoch

Iris Dunham, Reporter May 25, 2021

Thursday, May 13, Technology Education teacher Theodore Enoch was awarded a quilt created by the Quilts of Valor Association, thanking him for his service to our country. Quilts of Valor began in 2003...

Art class

Morgan’s Back!

May 14, 2021

After a year full of hard transitions, students are excited to finally be in school with a steady schedule and activities to look forward to. Events like sports games, prom, and graduation have always...

cupcake wars

Morgan Cupcake Wars

Isabella McDavid and Iris Dunham May 10, 2021

Morgan's annual Cupcake wars, hosted by Consumer Science teacher Susan Murphy, took place on the 27th of April. The competition this year was far from half-baked. With this event taking place every spring,...

Backpack to Briefcase

Backpack to Briefcase

Julianne Goodman, Reporter April 28, 2021

Picture this: you're sitting in class 2 minutes before the bell rings, dreading the long day of work ahead. Either you're anticipating 2:10 or just a small escape of mind that lunch has to offer. As students,...

Senior, Madison Corgan

National Honor Society Inducts 73 Students Despite COVID-19 Setbacks

Iris Dunham, Reporter April 23, 2021

On Tuesday, April 6, 2021, 73 students were inducted into the National Honor Society. The National Honor Society is an elite group at Morgan. All students inducted into NHS must have a minimum GPA...

STOP: America’s Safe Word

STOP: America’s Safe Word

Jordyn Prevost, Reporter April 20, 2021

In a January 2021 UN Women UK study, ninety-seven percent of women ages 18-24 in the UK, reported being sexually harassed. So what is sexual harassment? The EEOC has defined sexual harassment in its guidelines...

New Perspective: Students of The Pandemic

New Perspective: Students of The Pandemic

Isabella McDavid March 31, 2021

Perspective is an agent given to people to be able to empathize with fellow men. In simplest terms, being able to have a perspective is human. Though the ability to truly understand one another's perspective...

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