Conferences on Thursday April 3rd are from 12:30-2:30 pm and 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Each conference is ten minutes long. Call The Morgan School (860-664-6504) between 8:00 am and 11am on Friday March 28th, Monday March 31st, Tuesday April 1st and Wednesday April 2nd to make appointments with the teachers. Please have the names of the teachers you wish to see ready.
The Morgan School Progam of Studies 2014-15
The new members of the French National Honor Society are Leah Campano, Jaxson Cooper, Alaina Hartnett, Chase LeMay, Kaitlyn Lucas, and Andrew
Tran. They were inducted by current members Madelyn Corbett, Matthew Egan, Debbie Foster, and Erika Renkl with the help of world language teacher Mrs. Jean Sunny. For more photos of the ceremony, visit "French Honor Society Induction".
On February 14, 2014, nine students participated in The Morgan School 2014 Poetry Out Loud competition: Mackenzie Blanusa, Stacie Candela, Sarah Cockley, Hayley Haggerty, Celia LaCross, Eli Phelps, Juliana Ragonese, Bailey Shea and Andrew Tran. Eli Phelps was winner of the 2014 school competition. Andrew Tran was runner up. Entertainment during intermission was provided by The Morgan School chorus and Danny Khalifa. Eli and Andrew will attend the state Poetry Out Loud School Champion Workshop at Central Connecticut State University on February 25th. Eli will compete in the state Poetry Out Loud competition on Wednesday March 12th at Central Connecticut State University. To view videos and an account of the performances, view "9 Contestants, 13 Poems, One Champion" on the Morgan PawPrint.
How to Pay for College sponsored by Vincent Winans,LPL Fianacial Advisor
In this program Vincvent will discuss how the financial aid system works, what types of assistance are available, and what aid families can reasonably expect to see. The good news is that there are strategies a family can use to improve their eligibility for assistance, and there are a number of sources families can look to for funds In the end most families will find that by stacking lots of little things together, they end up with a college funding plan that can work for them. So join us at The Morgan School on March 11th at 6:30.
Did you know that the boys track team came in 4th in the States? Did you know that the girls track team came in 8th in the States? Did you know that our girls 4X800 girls team was second? That Courtney Carroll was sixth in the 600, that Olivia Powers was 5th in the long jump jumping over 15 feet? Our shot putters threw their personal best: Julian Carradero and Tyler Ribeiro. Kate Mozzochio and Chase LeMay were both second in the States in hurdles.
Our 4X200 boys team finished 3rd. Our boys Sprint Medley team and our 4X400 team were State Champions setting a State record in the SPMR---Champions are: Riley Cochran, Brian Gendron, Casey Sullivan, Alex Best and Mark Zumpano Thanks for your support.
Tuesday March 18th at 7:00 pm there is a mandatory sports meeting for athletes, parents and coaches.
Pictured in the photo are Mrs. Nunan with her Culinary Arts students receiving the trophy for Best Soup! Students entered their famous tomato basil soup. Competitors included Malone's Coffee House, Cenicola's Deli, SalDiMarcos. Students won this award at the December Christmas in Clinton event. Congratulations!
Students in the class that participated in making the soup were
Students that served soup to judges (approx 250 towns people) included:
The Morgan School earned a place on the 4th Annual AP District Honor Roll. Schools on the honor roll were selected for increasing access to AP course work and increasing the number of students scoring a 3 or higher on AP Exams.