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A Special Video From Our Morgan Teachers and Staff

A Special Video From Our Morgan Teachers and Staff

May 11, 2020

Written by Victoria Le |Video by Victoria Le | The teachers and staff of The Morgan School miss the students. The PawPrint invited Morgan staff to share a hello message with the students they miss. Watch the video of Morgan staff saying hello and sharing their talents as musicians, sailors, g...

Gap Gang

Gap Gang

March 31, 2020

Written by Maria Avila and Lucas MorelloPictures by Becky Kozak and Joshua ShermanFeatured image via Mark Mozart Once Morgan students turn 16, they choose to work at restaurants, family businesses, and most popularly, retail stores. Over the past year a remarkably high number of Morgan students ha...

Dodge for a Difference Team Wins For Five Straight Years

Dodge For A Difference 2019

December 6, 2019

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Morgan’s Blue Blood: Support Your Morgan Huskies

Morgan's Blue Blood: Support Your Morgan Huskies

October 11, 2019

Written, Produced, and Directed By Caitlin Rohrbacher | Welcome back to Morgan's Blue Blood segment. In this episode, athletes promoted their teams. Here at Morgan, students can participate in a variety of sports teams. Many players and captains shared that the teams work very hard and are improv...

Final Chapters of the Old Morgan

Final Chapters of the Old Morgan

February 15, 2019

Written by Bella Mongillo| It has been three years since we made the transition from the raggedy old Morgan to the new building. The current seniors are the last class to have attended the old Morgan. They personally witnessed all of the issues that came with it, like the leaky ceilings and multiple broken doors. Old Morgan Entrance Even though it has been a long ti...

Culinary Students Visit Foxwoods Resort

Culinary Students Visit Foxwoods Resort

January 9, 2019

Written by Sarah Kuever | Photos by Sarah Kuever| Students in culinary arts teacher Susan Murphy’s advanced foods class went on a field trip on Friday, January 4th to Foxwoods Resort Casino for a back of the house tour of the food services. Students were greeted in the lobby of...

Opinion – Transgender Awareness Week & What It Means to Me

Opinion - Transgender Awareness Week & What It Means to Me

November 16, 2018

Written by Leo Woods| Featured Image via University of Queensland Each year November hosts Transgender Awareness Week with the goal to promote visibility of transgender and gender non-conforming people and discuss issues that those communities face. The week leads up to Transgender Day of Remembrance (N...

Procrastination’s Not Worth Your Energy

Procrastination's Not Worth Your Energy

September 24, 2018

Written by Emilia O'Neil and Rebekah Moro|Photos by Emilia O'Neil| As a new school year begins, old problems emerge. Procrastination, for one, is a big issue. In school, kids are constantly putting things aside and overwhelming themselves with stress from avoiding responsibilities. Althoug...

Kindness Project: Tracking the Ripple Effect

Kindness Project: Tracking the Ripple Effect

April 5, 2018

Written by Abbigale Pitarra| Photos by Abbigale Pitarra| Freshman Genna Rauccio is promoting the Ethan Song Kindness Project that began in Guilford, CT in honor of Ethan Song. She introduced the project to The Morgan School by bringing the idea to Principal Keri Hagness. Two months ago, Guilford lo...

One Word: Summer

One Word: Summer

May 25, 2017

Video by John Urban and Alyssa LeMay | Series by Kitty Shortt and Alyssa LeMay | ​ [wpvideo npeW8Grk] ​

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