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Leaving a Legacy: The Morgan Musical’s Seniors

Leaving a Legacy: The Morgan Musical's Seniors
March 29, 2018

Written by James Saturno | Photos by James Saturno | March 18th marked the end of an era for the Morgan Musical, as many faces who have become synonymous with the program are set to graduate in June....

CT to NY: A Visitor’s Guide

CT to NY: A Visitor's Guide
March 28, 2018

Written by Quinn Trahant| Photos by Quinn Trahant| New York, New York is the complete opposite of Clinton, Connecticut. The small town next to the water that is Clinton does not have the same fast-paced,...

Preparation for Project Graduation 2018

Preparation for Project Graduation 2018
March 28, 2018

Written by Joey Piacentini| Photos by Joey Piacentini | Project Graduation is an overnight event that takes place the night after graduation. This is a chance for the seniors to meet up and have fun,...

A New Junior Portfolio

A New Junior Portfolio
March 27, 2018

Written by Ashley Baldwin & Melanie Coretti | Interviews by Ashley Baldwin & Melanie Coretti | On April 13th, 2018, the Junior class at Morgan will participate in the graduation requirement of...

Hypnotizing Morgan Students

Hypnotizing Morgan Students
March 27, 2018

Written by Ashlynn Leka and Lee Broderick | Photos and Video by Ashlynn Leka | On March 23rd, hypnotist Jim Spinnato came to Morgan to perform for the students, staff and anyone in the community. Jim...

Students Take the DUB: Swoosh For Change 2018

Students Take the DUB: Swoosh For Change 2018
March 26, 2018

Article written by Sydney Fratamico Photos taken by Lily Cummings, Sydney Fratamico, and Taylor Wyatt Clinton families, staff, and students came to the Morgan Gym Friday, March 9th at 6:00pm to watch...

Students, Staff, and Soup

Students, Staff, and Soup
March 23, 2018

Written By Lily Cummings| On Wednesday, March 14, 2018, culinary teacher Mrs. Nunan hosted her monthly soup bar. This is where teachers can come in during their lunch and purchase soup which included...

Following up on Career Day

Following up on Career Day
March 23, 2018

Written by: Anthony Coretti| Photos by: Anthony Coretti| On March 15, 2018, The Morgan School held its first Career Day during school hours. This event made great use of the half day. On average there...

What Would you do With a Million Dollars?

What Would you do With a Million Dollars?
March 22, 2018

Video and Interviews by Ashlynn Leka and Lee Broderick| We asked students what they would do if they have one million dollars, and here is what some of The Morgan School students thought. [wpvideo yioItapX]

Les Étudiants Français au Québec

Les Étudiants Français au Québec
March 22, 2018

Written By Logan Smith| Photos By Logan Smith| Seventeen Morgan students were given the opportunity to go to Quebec from March 8th to March 11th. French teacher Laura Martino invited French 2, French...

Enough with the Snow Days

Enough with the Snow Days
March 20, 2018

Written by Quinn Trahant | Snow days are an exciting time for high school students. They provide a break from school to relax, hang out with friends, and go outside and enjoy the snow. But is there such...

Dan Radka’s Take on Washington

Dan Radka's Take on Washington
March 20, 2018

Written by Dan Radka | I just spent five months in Washington, D.C. working for the United States Senate. “Quite the time to be there,” people say, “you must have learned a lot.” Yes and yes....

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