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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...

Opinion: Jim Acosta and the White House

A White House staff member reaches for the microphone held by CNN's Jim Acosta as he questions U.S. President Donald Trump during a news conference following Tuesday's midterm U.S. congressional elections at the White House in Washington, U.S., November 7, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst     TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

November 30, 2018

By Emilia O'Neil|Featured Image Via  Daily Caller On November 7, 2018, Jim Acosta attended the White House Press Briefing with President Donald Trump. When asking questions that Trump did not want to answer, Acosta pressured on. In response, Trump asked him to hand off the microphone because his tur...

Inside Clinton Buisnesses: Hair We Are

Inside Clinton Buisnesses: Hair We Are

January 8, 2018

By Claire Pease and Kerryanne Longyear| Photos by Claire Pease| Claire Pease and Kerryanne Longyear have been working with Director of the Chamber of Commerce Ken Hartley to create member profiles for the Clinton Chamber of Commerce.  Mr. Hartley wants to include member profiles in the Chamber's monthl...

Journalism Journey

Journalism Journey

November 13, 2017

Written by Claire Pease | On Friday, October 27th,  Journalism students went on a field trip to Southern Connecticut State University. That Friday was 'Journalism Day', so to celebrate, Southern provided workshops throughout the morning. At the university, there were many different options for student...

Dear Evan Hansen Writing Contest

Dear Evan Hansen Writing Contest

November 10, 2017

Written by Emily Davis and Taylor Marnett| Featured image via dearevanhansen.com Dear Evan Hansen is an award-winning Broadway show about a high school senior who is dealing with social anxiety that increases after another student's death.  50 tickets were donated anonymously to the school, and the ...

Three Morgan Seniors Honored with SHED Writing Awards

Three Morgan Seniors Honored with SHED Writing Awards

May 31, 2017

Written by Lindsay Harden | Every year the Shoreline Heads of English Departments hosts a writing contest. There are multiple categories including literary analysis, humor, personal essay, one act play, short story, and poetry.  On Wednesday, May 24th at Valley Regional High School, the Shoreline En...

Top 10 Student Apps

Top 10 Student Apps

January 12, 2017

Written by Gabby Vigorito| Photos from PawPrint Staff| Phones in school have become another way of learning for students. It is a great tool that students have been using. Below are some highly ranked apps to educate students: Quizlet is an app that lets students test themselves on facts or vocab...

The History of Husky News

The History of Husky News

December 21, 2016

Written by Amanda LaRiviere | Years ago, Morgan students could not get their news digitally, so how did they find out what was happening around them? With the help of Technical Education teacher Ted Enoch, English teacher Paul Serenbetz organized groups of journalists who created printed versions of...

What’s Your Story?

What's Your Story?

November 17, 2016

Written by MacKenzie Miller | Each year, Clinton Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) holds a Reflections Art Competition for students in Eliot and Morgan which is associated with National PTA Reflections Art Competition. Local Clinton winners advance to the State competition which can advance into the Na...

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 ...

First year Thoughts with Mr. Zdunzcyk

First year Thoughts with Mr. Zdunzcyk

June 13, 2016

Written by Anthony Janiszcak| First year for a new teacher can be sometimes a bit over whelming, but for Social studies teacher Corey Zdunzcyk, its just another day doing what he loves! Coming into Morgan last year to replace another teacher, Mr. Zdunzcyk adapted well to our school. He expresses how...

Dante’s “Hell” Angels

Dante's

June 9, 2016

Written by Anthony Janiszcak | With the end of the school year coming, things started heating up for the Freshman Honors English class, with their own version of hell, the Dante exhibition. This project helps Freshman understand Dante's Hell, from the book The Inferno by Dante Alighieri. The students pu...

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