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Two Schools of Thought

Two Schools of Thought

April 23, 2020

Written by Logan Cummings|Photos by Logan Cummings and Leo Woods| Recently, I debated with senior Caleb Vath, a good friend of mine. We discussed the purpose of education, and how we may reform the current system in order to meet the needs of the students. In our discussion, we thoroughly explain ...

(Final)izing the School Year

(Final)izing the School Year

June 8, 2017

Written by Marie Kane | It's almost the end of the 2016-2017 school year, which means it's almost time for final exams, followed by graduation for the senior class of 2017 at 6:00 pm at the Morgan practice football field. Many teachers let seniors be exempt from taking that class's exam if seniors have an average of a 90 or better in that class. If a student doesn't have...

Top 10

Top 10

May 24, 2017

Written by Abbey Norton | Featured Image by Heidi Bergeron | The Seniors are all brilliant students who have dedicated their past four years to their education and communities. Slowly but surely, these ten students, in particular, have climbed their way to the top, and will forever be the Top 10 of...

8th Grade Parents Learn About Opportunities at Morgan

8th Grade Parents Learn About Opportunities at Morgan

March 13, 2017

Written by Maggie Guba and Aryn McQuarrie| Photos by Maggie Guba and Aryn McQuarrie For the incoming eighth graders, it’s time to choose classes for next year. On Friday, March 3rd, the students at Eliot formed their schedules for freshman year.  Students were able to make informed choices because, on Wedne...

What Goes On In Chinese Class?

What Goes On In Chinese Class?

December 7, 2016

Written by Melanie Coretti | Photos by Melanie Coretti | The majority of students here at Morgan take either Spanish or French as their second language class, but a minority of students take Chinese. Most students don't know much about Chinese and what the class has to offer. And with a new school,...

Igniting the Flame- NHS 2016

Igniting the Flame- NHS 2016

November 3, 2016

Written by Amanda LaRiviere Photos by Amanda LaRiviere | Twenty-two upperclassmen ignited the flame of a candle and were inducted into the National Honor Society. These students were celebrated and recognized for their achievements in academics and outside of school. The following students are congratulated...

Humanities Students Are Fired Up About Art

Claudia and Alex admiring modern art

October 20, 2016

Written by Amanda LaRiviere and Lindsay Harden Photos from Lindsay Harden and Amanda LaRiviere | On Wednesday, October 5th, humanities students visited the Yale University Art Gallery and Fired Up!, a paint your own pottery studio. The students were able to use this field trip as a real-life applic...

Seniors Walk Away With Awards

Seniors Walk Away With Awards

June 6, 2016

Written by Sam Pansa Photos from FaceBook| The senior awards ceremony took place on Wednesday June 1st.  The ceremony is long and the auditorium is usually humid, but this doesn't stop students from celebrating their achievements. [wpvideo YqpjlR1r] Senior Cara Morello received the Principal's Cup for not only being an ast...

Lead The Way

Lead The Way

May 31, 2016

Written by Sam Pansa| Students perception of leadership at Morgan is changing with the introduction of the new leadership program. Those who applied to be a Husky Leader had to answer four questions, write two essays, and get a letter of recommendation. Principal Keri Hagness said "One of the things I...

Junior Portfolio or Burnt Zucchini?

Junior Portfolio or Burnt Zucchini?

April 29, 2016

Written by Maggie LaCross| On April 15, anxious Morgan Juniors and Clinton Public School faculty spent their sunny Friday afternoon in the halls of Morgan. While Freshmen, Sophomores, and Seniors took advantage of the half day, the class of 2017 prepared to talk their way to a diploma (since you need...

NoodleTools: What Can it Provide To You

NoodleTools: What Can it Provide To You

April 14, 2016

Written by Sam Pansa Photo by Edina Schools| NoodleTools is a site that is used by students at Morgan for citing work and to make projects and essays easier. Some students do not know what it is though, and some who do know what it is think that it is more work. But the ones who do use NoodleTools and...

What Did You Think of the SAT?

What Did You Think of the SAT?

March 3, 2016

Written by Maggie LaCross|

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