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From The Principal

Mid-May is Here!

It was another busy week at Morgan as we held our annual Art Show, the spring Book Fair, 2nd & 4th Grade Music Concerts, Variety Show and Volunteer Appreciation Night. We also completed two more M-STEP testing sessions and several NWEA testing sessions. Thankfully, we also had some sunny, warmer weather which allowed our students to get outside during lunch recess and afternoon recess to enjoy the warmer spring weather.


Next week will be the final week of M-STEP testing. It is also the week prior to Memorial Weekend--the unofficial start to summer! If you are planning on taking time away from school prior to or after the Memorial Weekend, please call into the Main Office to let us know your child will not be in attendance.


Last weekend our Morgan Volunteers PTO, with help from Mr. DeLorenzo, held a Saturday clean up day in the Morgan Nature Center. They cut away overgrown brush, spread 20 yards of mulch, lined trails with fallen logs to show the pathway and opened up former pathways that were previously too overgrown to access. The Morgan Nature Center is a true gem in our own backyard and our staff and students would like to say THANK YOU to all of the volunteers to helped get this valuable resource accessible again!


The final Morgan Volunteers PTO meeting will be Monday, May 20, starting at 6:30 PM at the Hamlin Pub on 25 Mile & VanDyke. This is when our PTO will be looking to elect a new Vice President and designate a new Webmaster to maintain the PTO web page. They will also be discussing Nature Center progress and plans, Color Run for the fall, and other items to finalize the 2018-2019 school year and plan for the 2019-2020 school year.


Have a great week!


Mrs. Lasky









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