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From The Principal

Chilly January!

We had a treat with the spring-like weather last week, but are back to January now. Our students will be heading outside for recess unless the temperature falls below 15 degrees or the windchill becomes too low. Make sure kids have their winter coats, boots, hats, and mittens. See our recess temperature guidelines below in this newsletter.


If you are missing winter clothing, check out the Lost and Found at Morgan! It was emptied just before the holiday break and has already filled up again! There are snow pants, boots, hats, scarves, mittens/gloves, coats and hoodies in the Lost and Found that are hoping to be reunited with their rightful owners.


NWEA testing continues this week, and through February 1. Winter testing gives a measure of how our students are progressing since they first took the test in the fall. Check with your child's teacher for your child's results and progress when testing is complete.



Have a great week!



Have a great week!

Mrs. Lasky








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