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Shoreline Pallet Design

Shoreline Pallet Design

May 21, 2020

Written by: Aurora Smith|Photos by: Abby Roccapriore| Abby Roccapriore, the owner of Shoreline Pallet Design is a mom of 3(I happen to be one of her children) in Clinton. She is a Paraprofessional at Joel School working in the Jumpstart program. Abby started Shoreline Pallet Design in the Spring ...

What is your New Year’s Resolution?

January 7, 2015

Written By Ben Jackson | A new year is upon us. What are the New Year's resolutions of the faculty and students of The Morgan School? Many people within our student body will set goals for getting in shape, practicing new skills, and  treating people with more compassion....

Project Graduation: The Last “Hoorah” for the Senior Class

Project Graduation: The Last

March 25, 2014

By Jonah Morello | Updated April 8th, 2014 via new information from Project Graduation Co-Chair, Donnamarie Buffington With graduation less than 3 months away, many seniors are already preparing for June 18th, which is our confirmed graduation date due to the accumulation of the five snow days we'v...

Prom: Location, Location, Location

Prom: Location, Location, Location

January 31, 2014

By Jonah Morello | The Omni Hotel at Yale in New Haven, Connecticut is one of the most prestigious hotels within the Shoreline Area. It boasts many accolades and awards, making it an AAA Three Diamond Hotel and one of the Elm City's best hotel for the past few years. The Omni serves as a place for many business meet...

Delay, Early Dismissal, or No School? How to Decide?

Delay, Early Dismissal, or No School? How to Decide?

December 20, 2013

Written by Amanda Garbinski | (Photo via Bus Delays from snow) The students, faculty, and administrators at The Morgan School are well aware of the "snow day" on Tuesday, December 17th.  After last week's official snow day, it was confusing to recognize how a storm much worse did not qualify for students to go home early, let...

Save Lives, Give Blood!

Save Lives, Give Blood!

October 9, 2013

Written By Jonathan Markovics | Did you know that type O-Negative blood (red cells) can be transfused to patients of all blood types?  Type O is known as the universal donor, and only seven percent of people in the United States have this blood type.  It is always in great demand but is often short...

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