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From The Principal

One More Snow Day!

We have not had a full week of school since the middle of January due to all of this wild winter weather! Once we complete mid-winter break, perhaps the weather will begin to regulate and follow the ground hog's prediction of an early spring!


Despite the snow day and Valentine's Day, we still worked hard at Morgan this week as students participated in group projects in class together, visited their specials classes (first Wednesday in 3 weeks) and worked on math and science activities around the building. Our fourth graders also participated in NAEP testing on Monday, receiving free ear buds for those who tested in the computer lab!


I would also like to thank our Morgan Volunteers PTO parents and staff members who set up and attended the winter Bingo last Friday night. Students enjoyed the Bingo and Mr. D and Mr. Mirovsky made Bingo calling fun as usual!


Some families are traveling next week and others are having a stay-cation. Whether you are traveling or staying home enjoy this time together with your kids. As I've mentioned before, the best thing to give your child is your undivided time and attention to do something together.


May you have safe travels if you are traveling and see you in a week!


Mrs. Lasky









Mission: Morgan is dedicated to developing lifelong learners through the working relationship of students, staff, and community.

Vision: We are a community of compassionate, committed professionals and learners who become academically successful through collaboration, ownership, and perseverance.



Utica Community Schools is Michigan's second largest school district.  

Student achievement in the district outpace all county, state and national averages. The district's graduation rate is 12 points higher than the state average and students are staff are regularly honored for excellence.

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