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The Library Kids

The Library Kids

January 4, 2019

Written By Heather Vollhardt|Pictures By Heather Vollhardt| The Henry Carter Hull Library is host to many events for adults, children and everyone in between. There are many great amenities at the library that attract a range of patrons who either want to get work done in a quiet space or those w...

Read and Weep: Exit, Pursued by a Bear

Read and Weep: Exit, Pursued by a Bear

April 10, 2016

Written by Abbey Norton| Exit, Pursued by a Bear by E.K. Johnston Realistic Fiction Hermione (yes, just like Harry Potter; she knows) is co-captain of the Golden Bears cheerleading squad, with her best friend Polly. Every summer, they go to Camp Manitouwabing, a cheerleading camp for different towns...

Advice From A Former Photojournalist: Allison Corbett

Mrs. Corbett helping out some students.

December 22, 2015

Written by Zach Corbett | Photo from 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 ...

The Cafeteria: For Eating or Studying?

The Cafeteria: For Eating or Studying?

September 18, 2015

Written by Sophia Muce | Interviews by Alyssa LeMay, Calvin Jackson, and Sophia Muce Photos by Sophia Muce and Amber Vuilleumier As most of you already know, all of the study halls this year are in the cafeteria. Since this change affects almost everyone in the school, including staff and students,...

2K14 – 2K15 School Year Memories

2K14 - 2K15 School Year Memories

June 22, 2015

Written by Patrick Markovics | Over this school year from 2014 to 2015, many awesome events were held by The Morgan School. A few of those events that underclassmen enjoyed were Dodge for Difference, Pep Rallies and Spirit Week. There were also many other events students liked over the course of the yea...

What is Dum Dum 2015?

What is Dum Dum 2015?

June 11, 2015

Written by Jadan Washington  | Edgar Rice Burroghs was an American author who is best known for his creation of the character Tarzan. His family, holding him in high regard had decided to promote his legacy. Founded in 1960,  just ten years after Edgar Rice Burroughs’ death, the Burroughs Bibliophiles sponsored an annual con...

Mango Languages!

Mango Languages!

February 11, 2015

Written by Vivian Tran | Help the Henry Carter Library WIN a new iPad! Just download Mango Languages app. All you need is your library card. It’s a great app to help with learning 60 different languages. You can learn through film and promotional materials. The App is FREE! It’s an opportunity to ...

Technology Turnover: Moving Forward

Technology Turnover: Moving Forward

October 16, 2014

By Marcus McDermott | On September 2nd the first day of school, the student body returned with high hopes and aspirations for a successful year. There also were several major changes in regards to the technology. Morgan technology was notorious for being unreliable before Mr.Rossi, the schools latest...

New Study Hall: Helping or Hindering?

New Study Hall: Helping or Hindering?

January 30, 2014

Written by: Riley Cronan and Kevin Moran | It's the start of the second semester here at The Morgan School, and with a new semester, come certain changes like new classes, teachers, and in this case, a new study hall system that has been causing quite a stir.  In the beginning of the year, students would...

What are Your Summer Plans?

June 13, 2013

Written by Katt Wilkinson | Pictures by Katt Wilkinson | June 26th--SCHOOLS OUT! and that means June 27th is here, and kids are staying out late, sleeping in, enjoying beach days, Six Flags, and just being outside as much as possible. Summer is a season where freshman are no longer freshmen anymo...

I Love This Book!

May 30, 2013

Written by Kayla Maloney | Summer is quickly approaching and students are ready to forget about school work! Before you know it, August will come and school will begin, so be sure not to forget about your summer reading. If you are a sophomore, junior or senior, you have two choices. You can choose...

One Line, One Stanza, One Performance

January 14, 2013

[wpvideo hbepADCY] Written by Judy Chicoine| As high school students, we tend to find old - and even new - pieces of poetry boring and uninteresting, depending on the topic. However, a select number of Morgan students will be adding some zest to these decrepit pieces of poetry in this year’s Poetry Out Loud competition. Similar to s...

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