Daily Announcements

Friday, February 27,2015

posted by Leslie Chausse

How many of you have heard of the word cordial?  It sounds a little old fashioned, doesn’t it? Cordial comes from the same root as the word courage and literally means from the heart.

Ralph Waldo Emerson said: The music that can deepest reach, and cure all ills is cordial speech.

When we are cordial with others, we speak to them from our hearts, and when we speak from our hearts, our speech is cordial.  In a world where too many people speak hateful, hurtful words, maybe we could use some old fashioned cordiality.

You know, sometimes it takes more courage to be cordial than cool.

 

  1. The next driver’s ed class starts on March 9.  Sign up on the Fox Driving School website---www.foxdrivingschool.com    

  2. There is a spectator bus for tonight’s girls basketball game.  Sign-up sheet and permission slips are in the main office.

  3. There will be a Chinese Club meeting today after school in room 30.

  4. The Jostens ring company will be in the café on Wednesday, March 4 during all lunches to collect class ring orders.

  5. Laurie Fasulo is offering JP Workshops on the following dates for juniors seeking feedback and/or training:  Wednesday, March 4th @ 2:15...;  Thursday, March 5th @ 2:15...;  Friday, March 6th @ 2:15.

  6. A reminder to seniors : you should be checking the scholarship bulletin and asking about scholarships in the Guidance Office.  Also you can check the Guidance website and Naviance for updated scholarships.  Many of the local scholarships are beginning to be announced.  Don’t miss out on available money for college expenses.

  7. Melissa Sullivan and Julia Hornyak have been selected as all shoreline cheerleaders and will be honored  tonight at Wilbur Cross H.S.at the halftime of the girls’ game.  Also, the Morgan cheerleaders will be competing this Saturday at Central CT State University.  Good luck lady Huskies!

  8. Any boy or girl who plans to attend conditioning or weight lifting needs to sign up in the nurse’s office between class periods or during lunch.  Also, sign up for spring sports.  Go to the nurse’s office between periods or during lunch.

  9. THE BRETT RENFREW MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – If you have a dream either to go to college, enroll in a college summer program, spend a semester in Thailand or France, play soccer in Argentina, etc. and you need money to follow that dream, apply for this scholarship.  See application for further information. Applications are available on The Morgan School website under Guidance under scholarship or in the Guidance Office.  DEADLINE MAY 1, 2015.

  10. CLINTON EDUCATION FOUNDATION STUDENT GRANT PROGRAM  is a grant program to provide funds for students in the district who express a passion for the arts, academics, or athletics, and who had demonstrated a need.  These grants might be used to help defray the costs of summer skills camps, lessons, or educational travel.  They might also be used to buy musical instruments, sports equipment, or books.  The grants are up to $500. Applications must be submitted to the Guidance Office. Applications are available  in the Guidance Department.  DEADLINE MAY 1 ,2015.

  11. The class of 2016 is hosting its second trip to Flight Indoor Trampoline Park. The date is Friday, March 6at 10:00pm until Saturday 3/7 at 6:30 am. The cost is $40 and includes flight, food, and transportation. To hold your spot, see Miss White in room 62 with your $40.  

  12. The Center for Creative Youth Summer Arts Residency at Wesleyan University is an intense 5-week Pre-College Program for talented students in the area of creative writing, dance, filmmaking, music-instrumental, music-vocal, musical theater, photography, theater, technical theater, and visual arts.  If you are interested in a summer experience, get an application from the Guidance Office. Limited scholarship money is available.   Deadline is March 1, 2015.    

  13. Athletic Events for Friday, February 27, Morgan Girls Basketball is away – Shoreline Conference Finals – Cromwell at Wilbur Cross High School –7:00; - Student Bus: 5:45.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

posted Feb 26, 2015, 7:56 AM by Leslie Chausse   [ updated Feb 26, 2015, 7:56 AM ]


Four centuries ago, Zacharias Janssen asked the question: Are the forms of life on our planet that cannot be seen by the human eye?
For most people, the answer was no. But Zacharias Janssen did not accept that answer. He invented the microscope and discovered an expansive world of microscopic life forms. Zacharias Janssen expanded his mind, and the entire world as people knew it expanded.

So today, think big, then have the courage to think bigger and beyond bigger! Your world might open up in surprising ways!

  1. Today is the last day to order Morgan NALGENE Water Bottles. If anyone still wants one, please see Mrs. Dow in the library.
  2. There will be a spectator bus for tomorrow night’s girls basketball game. Sign-up sheet and permission slips are in the main office.
  3. The Jostens ring company will be in the café on Wednesday, March 4during all lunches to collect class ring orders.
  4. If you see Andrew Tran today, please commend him on his wonderful performance at last night's regional Poetry Out Loud competition. You made Morgan very proud, Andrew! Thank you, and congratulations!
  5. Laurie Fasulo is offering JP Workshops on the following dates for juniors seeking feedback and/or training: Today, Thursday, February 26th from 2:15 - 3:15; Wednesday, March 4th @ 2:15...; Thursday, March 5th @2:15...; Friday, March 6th @ 2:15.
  6. A reminder to seniors : you should be checking the scholarship bulletin and asking about scholarships in the Guidance Office. Also you can check the Guidance website and Naviance for updated scholarships. Many of the local scholarships are beginning to be announced. Don’t miss out on available money for college expenses.
  7. Melissa Sullivan and Julia Hornyak have been selected as all shoreline cheerleaders and will be honored Friday, Feb 27 at Wilbur Cross H.S.at the halftime of the girls’ game. Also, the Morgan cheerleaders will be competing this Saturday at Central CT State University. Good luck lady Huskies!
  8. Any boy or girl who plans to attend conditioning or weight lifting needs to sign up in the nurse’s office between class periods or during lunch. Also, spring sports sign ups are today. Go to the nurse’s office between periods or during lunch.
  9. THE BRETT RENFREW MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – If you have a dream either to go to college, enroll in a college summer program, spend a semester in Thailand or France, play soccer in Argentina, etc. and you need money to follow that dream, apply for this scholarship. See application for further information. Applications are available on The Morgan School website under Guidance under scholarship or in the Guidance Office. DEADLINEMAY 1, 2015.
  10. CLINTON EDUCATION FOUNDATION STUDENT GRANT PROGRAM is a grant program to provide funds for students in the district who express a passion for the arts, academics, or athletics, and who had demonstrated a need. These grants might be used to help defray the costs of summer skills camps, lessons, or educational travel. They might also be used to buy musical instruments, sports equipment, or books. The grants are up to $500. Applications must be submitted to the Guidance Office. Applications are available in the Guidance Department. DEADLINE MAY 1 ,2015.
  11. The class of 2016 is hosting its second trip to Flight Indoor Trampoline Park. The date is Friday, March 6 at 10:00pm until Saturday 3/7 at 6:30 am. The cost is $40 and includes flight, food, and transportation. To hold your spot, see Miss White in room 62 with your $40. 
  12. The Center for Creative Youth Summer Arts Residency at Wesleyan University is an intense 5-week Pre-College Program for talented students in the area of creative writing, dance, filmmaking, music-instrumental, music-vocal, musical theater, photography, theater, technical theater, and visual arts. If you are interested in a summer experience, get an application from the Guidance Office. Limited scholarship money is available. Deadline is March 1, 2015. 
  13. Athletic Events for Thursday – February 26, Morgan Freshman Basketball is home vs. East Hampton – 7:00.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

posted Feb 25, 2015, 8:25 AM by Leslie Chausse

Albert Einstein was one of the world’s greatest scientific geniuses.  He was also a person who had a difficult time with reading.  In fact, when he was a young boy, one of his teachers told his father, “It doesn’t matter what he does; he will never amount to anything.”

Sometimes our particular brand of genius isn’t obvious to those around us.  Whether it’s obvious or not, we all have something ingenious to contribute.  Genius isn’t always about brainpower.  For example, Mother Teresa’s genius was in her ability to love.  Listen to her words:

Each individual person has been created to love and be loved---Hindu, Muslim, Jew, Christian---doesn’t matter race---doesn’t matter religion.

Mother Teresa loved all human beings regardless of their race or religion.  Her brand of genius made a difference in the lives of hundreds of thousands of sick and starving people.  So don’t ever listen to anyone who says you won’t amount to anything, because somewhere inside you is genius!

 

  1. Laurie Fasulo is offering JP Workshops on the following dates for juniors seeking feedback and/or training: Today,  Wednesday, February 25th @ 2:15...;  Thursday, February 26th from 2:15 - 3:15;  Wednesday, March 4th @ 2:15...;  Thursday, March 5th @ 2:15...;  Friday, March 6th @ 2:15.

  2. A reminder to seniors : you should be checking the scholarship bulletin and asking about scholarships in the Guidance Office.  Also you can check the Guidance website and Naviance for updated scholarships.  Many of the local scholarships are beginning to be announced.  Don’t miss out on available money for college expenses.

  3. Melissa Sullivan and Julia Hornyak have been selected as all shoreline cheerleaders and will be honored on Friday, Feb 27th at Wilbur Cross H.S.at the halftime of the girls’ game.  Also, the Morgan cheerleaders will be competing this Saturday at Central CT State University.  Good luck lady Huskies!

  4. Any boy or girl who plans to attend conditioning or weight lifting needs to sign up in the nurse’s office between class periods or during lunch.  Also, spring sports sign ups are today.  Go to the nurse’s office between periods or during lunch.

  5. The class of 2016 is hosting its second trip to Flight Indoor Trampoline Park. The date is Friday, March 6 at10:00pm until Saturday 3/7 at 6:30 am. The cost is $40 and includes flight, food, and transportation. To hold your spot, see Miss White in room 62 with your $40.  

  6. The Center for Creative Youth Summer Arts Residency at Wesleyan University is an intense 5-week Pre-College Program for talented students in the area of creative writing, dance, filmmaking, music-instrumental, music-vocal, musical theater, photography, theater, technical theater, and visual arts.  If you are interested in a summer experience, get an application from the Guidance Office. Limited scholarship money is available.  Deadline is March 1, 2015

  7. Athletic Events for Wednesday – February 25, Morgan Coed Fencing is away – Waterford – 4:0 

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

posted Feb 24, 2015, 6:44 AM by Leslie Chausse


 

American talk show host and actress Oprah Winfrey is one of the most respected women in America today, not to mention one of the wealthiest.  Ms. Winfrey frequently stresses the importance of self-responsibility.

Responsibility is an interesting word.  If you look at it as a compound word, it becomes response-ability or the ability to respond.  Responsible people are people who are able to respond to life in an appropriate way…to be accountable for their individual choices and actions.

Ask yourself today if you are always blaming others for your choices and actions, or are you wise enough to hold yourself responsible?  If you discover that you are always blaming others, take another look.

 

  1. Laurie Fasulo is offering JP Workshops on the following dates for juniors seeking feedback and/or training:  Today, February 24th @ 2:15...;  Wednesday, February 25th @ 2:15...;  Thursday, February 26th from 2:15 - 3:15Wednesday, March 4th @ 2:15...;  Thursday, March 5th @ 2:15...;  Friday, March 6th @ 2:15.

  2. The Anime Club will be meeting on  Wednesday of this week in room 22. All are welcome to attend.

  3. The Morgan cheerleaders will be competing this Saturday at central CT state university.  Good luck lady huskies!

  4. Any boy or girl who plans to attend conditioning or weight lifting needs to sign up in the nurse’s office between class periods or during lunch.  Also, spring sports sign ups are today.  Go to the nurse’s office between periods or during lunch.

  5. There will be a College Fair overview" for the junior class in the auditorium today, Tuesday, 2/24.

  6. The class of 2016 is hosting its second trip to Flight Indoor Trampoline Park. The date is Friday, March 6 at 10:00pm until Saturday 3/7 at 6:30 am. The cost is $40 and includes flight, food, and transportation. To hold your spot, see Miss White in room 62 with your $40.  

  7. The Center for Creative Youth Summer Arts Residency at Wesleyan University is an intense 5-week Pre-College Program for talented students in the area of creative writing, dance, filmmaking, music-instrumental, music-vocal, musical theater, photography, theater, technical theater, and visual arts.  If you are interested in a summer experience, get an application from the Guidance Office. Limited scholarship money is available.   Deadline is March 1, 2015

  8. Athletic Events for Tuesday – February 24, Morgan Girls Basketball is away – East Hampton High School at Coginchaug High School – Shoreline Conference Tournament Semi Finals– 7:45;  Morgan Coed Fencing is home – Cheshire – 5:00.

     

 

Monday, February 23, 2015

posted Feb 23, 2015, 8:44 AM by Leslie Chausse


Are any of you still afraid of the evil monsters that live under the bed?  To small children, these monsters are imaginary, but today there are real monsters who would like to see you doing drugs, joining a gang, dropping out of school, or committing crimes.

English author Sir Thomas Mallory once said:  Do after good and leave evil behind, and it shall bring you good fame and renown.

When we follow our hearts and do what’s right, we earn the respect of others.  They want to see us do well in the world.  They want to support our efforts.

Today and every day choose what’s right, leave the monsters behind, and you’ll come out  winner!

 

 

  1. Laurie Fasulo is offering JP Workshops on the following dates for juniors seeking feedback and/or training:  TomorrowFebruary 24th @ 2:15...;  Wednesday, February 25th @ 2:15...;  Thursday, February 26th from 2:15 - 3:15;  Wednesday, March 4th @ 2:15...;  Thursday, March 5th @ 2:15...;  Friday, March 6th @ 2:15.

  2. The Anime Club will be meeting on Monday & Wednesday of this week in room 22. All are welcome to attend.

  3. Melissa Sullivan and Julia Hornyak have been selected as all shoreline cheerleaders and will be honored on Friday feb 27th at Wilbur cross at halftime of the girls game.  In addition, the Morgan cheerleaders will be competing this Saturday at central CT state university.  Good luck lady huskies!

  4. Any boy or girl who plans to attend conditioning or weight lifting needs to sign up in the nurse’s office between class periods or during lunch.  Also, spring sports sign ups start today.  Go to the nurse’s office between periods or during lunch.

  5. There will be a College Fair overview" for the junior class in the auditorium on Tuesday, 2/24.

  6. The class of 2016 is hosting its second trip to Flight Indoor Trampoline Park. The date is Friday, March 6 at10:00pm until Saturday 3/7 at 6:30 am. The cost is $40 and includes flight, food, and transportation. To hold your spot, see Miss White in room 62 with your $40.  

  7. The Center for Creative Youth Summer Arts Residency at Wesleyan University is an intense 5-week Pre-College Program for talented students in the area of creative writing, dance, filmmaking, music-instrumental, music-vocal, musical theater, photography, theater, technical theater, and visual arts.  If you are interested in a summer experience, get an application from the Guidance Office. Limited scholarship money is available.  Deadline is March 1, 2015

  8. Athletic Events for Monday – February 23, Morgan JV/V Boys Basketball is away – North Branford High School – 5:30/7:00.

Friday, February 20, 2015

posted Feb 20, 2015, 6:13 AM by Leslie Chausse


Our world is changing rapidly.  Some people would describe the times as “turbulent” which means disturbed.  People are disturbed, disturbed about AIIDS, crime, illegal drugs.

Former President John F. Kennedy shares these words of wisdom:  In a time of turbulence and change, it is more true than ever that knowledge is power.

Every day you have the opportunity to increase your knowledge and therefore increase your power in the world.  And in a rapidly changing world, we need bright and powerful human beings to make the changes positive.

So today, let’s get smart and become powerful people who make a positive difference.

 

  1. Laurie Fasulo is offering JP Workshops on the following dates for juniors seeking feedback and/or training:  Tuesday, February 24th @ 2:15...;  Wednesday, February 25th @ 2:15...;  Thursday, February 26th from 2:15 - 3:15;  Wednesday, March 4th @ 2:15...;  Thursday, March 5th @ 2:15...;  Friday, March 6th @ 2:15.

  2. The Anime Club will be meeting on Monday & Wednesday of next week in room 22. All are welcome to attend.

  3. Any boy or girl who plans to attend conditioning or weight lifting needs to sign up in the nurse’s office between class periods or during lunch.

  4. There will be a College Fair overview" for the junior class in the auditorium on Tuesday, 2/24.

  5. The class of 2016 is hosting its second trip to Flight Indoor Trampoline Park. The date is Friday, March 6 at10:00pm until Saturday 3/7 at 6:30 am. The cost is $40 and includes flight, food, and transportation. To hold your spot, see Miss White in room 62 with your $40.  

  6. The Center for Creative Youth Summer Arts Residency at Wesleyan University is an intense 5-week Pre-College Program for talented students in the area of creative writing, dance, filmmaking, music-instrumental, music-vocal, musical theater, photography, theater, technical theater, and visual arts.  If you are interested in a summer experience, get an application from the Guidance Office. Limited scholarship money is available.  Deadline is March 1, 2015. 

  7. Athletic Events for Friday – February 20 --Morgan Fencing is away – Guilford –6:00

  8. Athletic Events for Saturday,  February 21, Boys and Girls Indoor Track – State Open Championships – Floyd Little Fieldhouse (Hillhouse High School-New Haven) 12:00;  Morgan Freshman Basketball is home – Valley Regional High School – 9:00

Thursday, February 19, 2015

posted Feb 19, 2015, 9:12 AM by Leslie Chausse


 Confucius said: He who asks a question is a fool for a moment, but he who never asks a question is a fool forever.

Many times in school we don’t understand what our teachers are trying to say or we don’t understand something we’ve read.  
This happens to every single one of us.  This doesn’t mean you are stupid.  It just means you are a human being.

So don’t be afraid to speak up.  After all, before  you can ask a question, you have to be thinking, which makes you a whole  lot smarter than those who aren’t.

 

  1. Laurie Fasulo is offering JP Workshops on the following dates for juniors seeking feedback and/or training:  Tuesday, February 24th @ 2:15...;  Wednesday, February 25th @ 2:15...;  Thursday, February 26th from 2:15 - 3:15;  Wednesday, March 4th @ 2:15...;  Thursday, March 5th @ 2:15...;  Friday, March 6th @ 2:15.

  2. Any boy or girl who plans to attend conditioning or weight lifting needs to sign up in the nurse’s office between class periods or during lunch.

  3. There will be a College Fair overview" for the junior class in the auditorium on Tuesday, 2/24.

  4. The class of 2016 is hosting its second trip to Flight Indoor Trampoline Park. The date is Friday, March 6 at10:00pm until Saturday 3/7 at 6:30 am. The cost is $40 and includes flight, food, and transportation. To hold your spot, see Miss White in room 62 with your $40.  

  5. The Center for Creative Youth Summer Arts Residency at Wesleyan University is an intense 5-week Pre-College Program for talented students in the area of creative writing, dance, filmmaking, music-instrumental, music-vocal, musical theater, photography, theater, technical theater, and visual arts.  If you are interested in a summer experience, get an application from the Guidance Office. Limited scholarship money is available.  Deadline is March 1, 2015

  6. There will be a Chinese club meeting after school in room 30.

  7. Athletic Events for Thursday – February 19, Morgan Fencing is home – North Branford – 5:00.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

posted Feb 18, 2015, 11:57 AM by Leslie Chausse

Do you remember to root meaning of the word influence? It literally means to flow in. You might say that when one person influences another, the example he or she is setting flows into someone else.

When famous opera singer Leontyne Price was just nine years old, her mother took her to hear Marian Anderson sing. Marian Anderson was the first African-American to appear at New York City’s Metropolitan Opera. Marian Anderson’s magnificent voice flowed into Leontyne Price and influenced her forever. Ms. Price decided then and there to become a great opera singer…and she did!

For better or for worse, others realty influence us. That’s why studying the lives of great people is so important. Today ask yourself this: Who in the world in influencing me in a positive way and why?

1. Attention students in Mr. Samet’s B period honors, pre-calculus class: “Za” party is tonight at 5:30.

2.  Laurie Fasulo is offering JP Workshops on the following dates for juniors seeking feedback and/or training: Tuesday, February 24th @ 2:15...; Wednesday, February 25th @ 2:15...; Thursday, February 26th from 2:15 - 3:15; Wednesday, March 4th @ 2:15...; Thursday, March 5th @ 2:15...; Friday, March 6th @ 2:15.

3.  Last Thursday night The Morgan School track team had an outstanding night at the STATES! Kate Mozzochi and Chase Lemay placed third in the Hurdles; Madison Garbinski came in 9th in the 1600 in a 5min. 39 second time; the girls finished third in the 4X400 and 4th in the Sprint Medley. Brian Gendron was the 600 meter State Champion. The boys 4X400 and Spirit Medley Relay were both State Champions. Congrats goes to Chase LeMay, Justin Navarro, Mateo Zumpano and Brian Gendron. The girls finished 11th place out of 24 scoring teams; the boys were State Runners Up 2nd of 30 scoring teams. Great job!

4.  Any boy or girl who plans to attend conditioning or weight lifting needs to sign up in the nurse’s office between class periods or during lunch. Also, spring sports sign ups start today. Go to the nurse’s office between periods or during lunch.

5. The class of 2016 is hosting its second trip to Flight Indoor Trampoline Park. The date is Friday, February 20 at 10:00pm until Saturday the 21st at 6:30 am. The cost is $40 and includes flight, food, and transportation. To hold your spot, see Miss White in room 62 with your $40. More details to follow.

6. Athletic Events for Wednesday – February 18, Morgan JV/V Girls Basketball is away – Notre Dame High School -5:15/7:00.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

posted Feb 12, 2015, 7:03 AM by Leslie Chausse


Someone wise once said:  Every problem is an opportunity in disguise.

When we are dealing with an irritating problem, it’s very hard to see the opportunity behind it, but it’s there if you look.  Sometimes the opportunity is simply the chance to learn how not to get yourself into the same problem again.  When we look for the opportunity, instead of dwelling on the problem, surprising things can happen.

Do you know how a natural pearl is created?  It all begins when an irritating grain of sand winds up inside the shell of the oyster, and from this irritation a beautiful pearl is created.

The Japanese say it this way: “Difficulties make you a jewel.”

 

  1. Laurie Fasulo is offering JP Workshops on the following dates for juniors seeking feedback and/or training:  Tuesday, February 24th @ 2:15...;  Wednesday, February 25th @ 2:15...;  Thursday, February 26th from 2:15 - 3:15;  Wednesday, March 4th @ 2:15...;  Thursday, March 5th @ 2:15...; Friday, March 6th @ 2:15.

  2. Any boy or girl who plans to attend conditioning or weight lifting needs to sign up in the nurse’s office between class periods or during lunch.

  3. Aeropostale is doing its annual Teens-for-Jeans drive.  Bring is any of your old jeans that are in good condition but you do not want & you will receive a 20% off coupon.  Put you name on the donate-jeans bag and place it in the collection box in the main office.  Or you can also give donations to: Jenna Egan, Jenna Jasinski or Jamie Corcoran.

  4. The class of 2016 is hosting its second trip to Flight Indoor Trampoline Park. The date is Friday, March 6th at 10:00pm until Saturday the 21st at 6:30 am. The cost is $40 and includes flight, food, and transportation. To hold your spot, see Miss White in room 62 with your $40. More details to follow.   

  5. Spring sports sign ups start today. Go to the Nurse’s office between periods or during lunch.

  6. Athletic Events for Thursday – February 12 Morgan Boys and Girls Indoor Track Class S Championship at Floyd Little Fieldhouse (Hillhouse High School)- 4:00 –Bus 2:00. Morgan Girls Gymnastics – Away- Haddam Killingworth/Hale Ray/Coginchaug/Hand – TBA- No Bus, Morgan Fencing - Cancelled

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

posted Feb 11, 2015, 8:29 AM by Leslie Chausse


Someone wise once said: Every problem is an opportunity in disguise.

When we are dealing with an irritating problem, it’s very hard to see the opportunity behind it, but it’s there if you look. Sometimes the opportunity is simply the chance to learn how not to get yourself into the same problem again. When we look for the opportunity, instead of dwelling on the problem, surprising things can happen.

Do you know how a natural pearl is created? It all begins when an irritating grain of sand winds up inside the shell of the oyster, and from this irritation a beautiful pearl is created.

The Japanese say it this way: “Difficulties make you a jewel.”

  1. Laurie Fasulo is offering JP Workshops on the following dates for juniors seeking feedback and/or training: Tuesday, February 24th @ 2:15...; Wednesday, February 25th @ 2:15...; Thursday, February 26th from 2:15 - 3:15; Wednesday, March 4th @ 2:15...; Thursday, March 5th @ 2:15...; Friday, March 6th @ 2:15.
  2. Any boy or girl who plans to attend conditioning or weight lifting needs to sign up in the nurse’s office between class periods or during lunch.
  3. Aeropostale is doing its annual Teens-for-Jeans drive. Bring is any of your old jeans that are in good condition but you do not want & you will receive a 20% off coupon. Put you name on the donate-jeans bag and place it in the collection box in the main office. Or you can also give donations to: Jenna Egan, Jenna Jasinski or Jamie Corcoran.
  4. Juniors: the Junior Planning Meeting is today, February 11th at 6:00pm. Please let your parents know.
  5. The class of 2016 is hosting its second trip to Flight Indoor Trampoline Park. The date is Friday, February 20 at 10:00pm until Saturday the 21st at 6:30 am. The cost is $40 and includes flight, food, and transportation. To hold your spot, see Miss White in room 62 with your $40. More details to follow. 
  6. Athletic Events for Wednesday – February 11, Morgan JV/V Girls Basketball is away – Coginchaug high school – 5:30/7:00; Morgan Freshman Boys Basketball is home – Old Saybrook High School – 7:00; Morgan Wrestling is home – Nonnewaug High School – 6:00 - Senior Night; Morgan Fencing is away – Cheshire High School – 4:30.

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