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From Middle School to High School, Mrs. Lupone

From Middle School to High School, Mrs. Lupone

January 15, 2020

Written and Photo by Kristina Bergman | This week health teacher Rachel Lupone started her transition from Jared Eliot Middle School to Morgan. Mrs. Lupone worked at Eliot for 1 1/2 years. Mrs. Lupone believes that the biggest difference between high school and middle school students is that high school ...

Natural Candles and Natural Minds (Co.)

Natural Candles and Natural Minds (Co.)

June 11, 2019

Written by Meghan Denison |Photos by Meghan Denison | This past semester I had the pleasure of helping a friend with her senior project. She came to me with a small idea but one that we accomplished. It turns out that natural candles are very successful. Senior Ashley Allen attends Valley Regional H...

An End to the Health Crisis

New Soap Dispenser

May 1, 2019

Written by Max Hurtubise|Photos by Simon Hua| On April 5th, Opinion: Rusting is Disgusting was published on the PawPrint which addressed the rusting soap dispensers at the Morgan School. Students and staff members have had problems with these dispensers since the new school was built. Finally, it...

School-Based Health Center Offers Student Support

School-Based Health Center Offers Student Support

January 31, 2019

Written by Sandra Sirisoukh |Photos by Sandra Sirisoukh | The School-Based Health Center is a non-profit service offered to schools in Connecticut. Students can get medical, dental, or behavioral healthcare. Here at Morgan, only mental health services are offered. Students can receive 30-minute sessions once or twice weekly. The program provid...

To Mr. Redes…

To Mr. Redes...

May 24, 2017

Written by Autumn Johnson & Emily Sordo | For the past 33 years, Health Teacher Steve Redes has dedicated his time to Morgan students. He taught them numerous life lessons and provided advice. His class was unlike any other health class. He discussed his own experiences, had alternative teaching...

The Great Debate: Health at Morgan

The Great Debate: Health at Morgan

June 15, 2016

Written by Amanda Thompson Photos by Amanda Thompson | There has been a lot of controversy circulating the halls of Morgan reguarding schedule of the new school. One of the hottest topics is the new health requirement and who needs to take health next year. The Morgan PawPrint did some investigating ...

Extinction Stinks

Extinction Stinks

February 9, 2016

Written by Maggie LaCross| Pollution, global warming, and endangered species are no match for the newest addition to Morgan clubs. The Environmental club here at Morgan is taking strides to create a school movement that will encourage students and faculty to "Go Green". The students in this club battle...

Fitness, Food, and Fun!

Fitness, Food, and Fun!

October 1, 2015

Written by Abby Jasinski | Slideshow by Riley Thompson If you feel like you are tired of feeling the same and you want to become more fit and eat healthier, continue to read this article to become more motivated about achieving your goals! By reading this article, you will learn how to exercise properly,...

Physical Education: Used for Socializing or Fitness?

Mr. Gersz

January 16, 2015

Written by Jordan Ledyard | Physical Education is supposed to improve a student's fitness. At The Morgan School, students take four quarters of gym during their four years at The Morgan School.  However, some students use physical education as a time to socialize with  friends rather than a time...

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