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Teacher Appreciation Day

Teacher Appreciation Day

May 10, 2018

Written by Tony Coretti and Joey Piacentini | Videos by Joey Piacentini and Tony Coretti | In honor of teacher appreciation week, the Morgan PawPrint made a video displaying Morgan students' favorite memories. [wpvideo vqC9sudU]  

Reu’s Review of Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Reu's Review of Star Wars: The Last Jedi

January 8, 2018

Written by Wyatt Reu | Contributor | Review of Star Wars: The Last Jedi Warning: this article contains spoilers. Star Wars: The Last Jedi is a multibillion-dollar blockbuster, a corporate cash cow if you will, a sequel (a dreaded term among cinephiles). Rian Johnson is the director of previous films s...

One Word: Seniors

One Word: Seniors

May 17, 2017

By Alyssa LeMay and Kitty Shortt | Video by Alyssa LeMay and John Urban | ​[wpvideo facsnXYS]​

Poem in Your Pocket Day Winners

Logan Cummings and Haley Kells-Murphy

April 27, 2017

Written by Lindsay Harden | Photos by PawPrint Members | Thank you to everyone who participated in this year's Poem in Your Pocket Day! We have seen and heard some great poems. Congrats to our winners: Julia Horan, Matt Luchuck, Angela Recine, Krystina L'Ecuyer, AJ Mastriano, Autumn Johnson, Simon...

Get to Know the Morgan PawPrint

Get to Know the Morgan PawPrint

April 5, 2017

The Morgan PawPrint is the Morgan school’s source of news, but how much do you know about it? In the spring of 2012, students in English Teacher Leslie Chausse's class created The Morgan PawPrint.  Today, the PawPrint has changed from where it started, but the hard work and ethics the PawPrint belie...

Story Time With Spanish

Story Time With Spanish

November 28, 2016

Written by August Pulaski | This year, Spanish teacher Laura Luther assigned students to write an essay about a past experience that has had a major impact on their life. Many students wrote in Spanish about experiences that have happened to them ranging from when they were a young child to an experienc...

The Morgan PawPrint takes on the State Capitol

The Morgan PawPrint takes on the State Capitol

April 29, 2016

Written by Julia Hornyak | On Wednesday, April 27th English teacher Leslie Chausse took three students from her Journalism class to the CECA's 17th Annual Tech Expo at the Connecticut State Capitol Legislative Office Building in Hartford. The three students, senior Julia Hornyak and freshmen Alyssa...

You are what you eat

You are what you eat

April 6, 2016

Written by Anthony Janiszcak| Do you enjoy the school lunches here at Morgan? Do you feel like the food is healthy? From a student's perspective, the food here at Morgan isn't the "best" for you, considering how much of it is pre-made and preserved for freshness. But not all of us here think the same. Head...

Memories at Morgan

Memories at Morgan

February 19, 2016

Written by Quinn Pender & Willow Pender | In four months, the doors to the current Morgan school will close for good. There will be many good memories of the current Morgan building for both the students and the teachers. The doors opened to this building in 1951. Since then there have been five...

Advice From A Former Photojournalist: Allison Corbett

Mrs. Corbett helping out some students.

December 22, 2015

Written by Zach Corbett | Photo from allisoncorbett.com On Monday, December 7, Technology Education Teacher Allison Corbett spoke to this semester's Journalism class. Before becoming a teacher, Ms. Corbett worked in the journalism field as a photographer and a photo editor.  She interned for the ...

2015 PTA Reflections: An Opportunity for Your High School Resume

2015 PTA Reflections: An Opportunity for Your High School Resume

November 6, 2015

Written by Zach Corbett and Maghan Schulze | The annual Clinton PTA Reflections contest is returning for 2015. Students in the Clinton School System will have a chance to participate. This year Shelby Aluetta chairs the contest. Not many Morgan students participated last year, but there is hope for...

A Journalist’s World

March 20, 2015

Written by Chris Vicino| Tom Stoppard believed “ that if your aim is to change the world, journalism is a more immediate short-term weapon.” Journalists Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward did change the world. Choosing to become a journalist in this world is risky business because a journalist is choosing...

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