Congratulations to this year's Morgan Scholars! They are shown here flanked by Morgan Principal Keri Hagness,
Board of Education Chair Annaliese Spaziano, and Superintendent Maryann O'Donnell.
(l. to r.: Hagness, Madison Seeger, Nina Kelly, Brett Martin, Matthew Beauvais, Katherine Daley, Andraya Carse, Kaitlyn Maurais, Spaziano, O'Donnell)
To earn the this distinction, a student must be ranked in the top 5% of his/her respective class. Juniors and seniors are eligible for the award. The students (all juniors) were awarded a Morgan Sweatshirt with “Morgan Scholar” embroidered on it in recognition of their achievements. Also, the students’ accomplishments will be engraved on a plaque displayed in the high school’s academic showcase. Local businesses and industries assist in funding the cost of the sweatshirts and plaque. This year’s announcement makes 229 students honored as Morgan Scholars since the program’s inception in 1990.
Two Morgan students, Jenna Morella and Aidan Esposito were honored at Saybrook Point Inn & Spa with the CT Association of Public School Superintendents (CAPSS) Student Award. The students were selected for their
The award is designed to move beyond the academic achievers who routinely receive recognition and to reach a wider spectrum of individuals. Congratulations to Jenna and Aidan and their families. They are shown here with Morgan principal Keri Hagness.
Below is a slideshow of our annual Veterans' Day celebrations. You may also listen to an exquisite version of America the Beautiful sung
a cappella by Jared Eliot students.
Thank you to all who served. We are eternally grateful.
Please vote using the link below and then share it with your friends. Just click on the link, vote for our game and submit-its very easy!!
Voting is close so every vote will help us win. Feel free to share!
Guilford Courier, The Source, Harbor News announced its Sportsperson of the Week, Paige Trusty! Paige is the Head Volleyball Coach at The Morgan School.
...to order your Morgan brick! Be a part of history, order your brick right now.Brick Walkway.pdf
The feature will be available online, on-demand cptvsports.org/lightsonct upon completion. It will also air as a stand-alone piece on TV in a general run-of-schedule: CPTV and CPTV Sports. Visit CPTV website for channel listings in your area.
Please welcome to the district our new Assistant Superintendent, Marco Famiglietti.
A Letter from the Superintendent:
Dear Clinton Public School Staff and Community:
I am very pleased to introduce Mr. Marco Famiglietti as the new Assistant Superintendent for Clinton Public Schools. Mr. Famiglietti was selected from a highly competitive pool of candidates by a committee made up of teachers, administrators, support staff, parents, and Board of Education members. He was appointed to the position by the full Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, July 18th.
Mr. Famiglietti has a strong teaching and leadership background, and comes to us from Avon Public Schools, where he was the middle school principal for the past 10 years. He has broad knowledge and experience in the areas of building leadership, teaching and learning, and administrative and instructional technology. He possesses strong interpersonal skills and a dedication to engaging people in a collaborative approach towards continuous improvement. He brings to our Clinton community experience, energy, dedication, and a commitment to educating all children and advancing our mission to "prepare independent and collaborative learners empowered to embrace the future."
I am thrilled to have Mr. Famiglietti join the Clinton administrative team and look forward to working together to continue to develop and support the quality work that our teachers and administrators have committed to on behalf of the children of Clinton.
Mr. Famiglietti will be starting his new position on August 22, 2016. I hope that all of you will join me in welcoming him to our school community.
Maryann R. O'Donnell
Marco is shown here with his family members who were able to share the celebration.