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Mr. DeLorenzo's Summer Reading Challenge

Read though the genre's and keep track on your Passport to Reading. Turn in your completed Reading Challenge to Mr. D. in September for a special pizza lunch!

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School NewsDistrict News

DIA fuses education with the arts for Morgan students
12/19/2018
Experience brings culture, history to life for UCS students
UCS students selected to send "visual letters" to China
09/14/2018
Students have work selected for MSU exchange program
Parking Lot Safety at Morgan
09/09/2018
Please make sure our day starts and ends with safety first
UCS, USPBL celebrate Back to School on August 22
08/14/2019
Portion of ticket will go to support school safety initiatives in UCS
Forbes Magazine recognizes Utica Community Schools as one of Michigan’s top places to work
08/12/2019
UCS is the only public K-12 school district to earn the recognition
2018 Bond Issue has UCS Marching Bands starting the school year on a positive note
08/06/2019
Nearly 200 new instruments on tap thanks to 2018 bond issue
Morgan Suggested School Supply Lists for 2019-2020

What School Supplies Do I Need?

Every year the teachers provide Morgan Elementary students with a recommended supply list for each grade level.

Although the district provides funds that allows our school to buy the supplies your child may need to be successful, if you would like your child to have their own personal supplies, please feel free to purchase from the list below. Some grade levels have also asked for resources such as Kleenex that could be used to supply the whole class. Please do not feel obligated to purchase any of the items listed for your child’s grade. Thank you.


Kindergarten
AIM
First Grade
Second Grade
Third Grade
Fourth Grade
Fifth Grade
Sixth Grade

From The Principal

Last Day of School!

The day is finally here...Last Day of School!

 

Today we celebrated our 90 sixth graders as they completed their elementary journey and begin their adventure into secondary education in the fall. There were touching, personal words from teachers, tears from the parents and students, lots of hugs and smiles as we said good-bye.

 

As students dismissed for the summer, we had our annual bus loop send off! The buses circled the driveway twice as all Morgan's staff were outside to wave off our Morgan kids for the summer vacation. Again, there were hugs, tears and smiles as we all said good-bye for the summer.

 

It has been an amazing year at Morgan. We've watched our Science Olympiad team take 2nd place in county competition, our Math Olympiad and Social Studies Olympiad teams place in events, Destination Imagination and Lego Robotics teams advance to state competitions, Girls on the Run and Heart and Sole participate in their 5K run in May, a sixth grade Morgan student winning our district chess tournament, another sixth grade Morgan student appearing in a Nike commercial, our media center come alive with robots as Morgan students advance in their computer coding, a new mathematics program implemented throughout the grades, and so much more!

 

Your kids worked hard this year! Give them appreciation for what they have accomplished and continue to keep them thinking, reading and problem solving during the summer months! Most of all, spend time with your families! Make summer memories together! Buy the ice cream from the truck, visit the local park or beach, take a road trip to discover a part of Michigan that you haven't seen before, ride bikes together, play a sport, go swimming. Just play with your kids and savor this time in their lives before they grow another year.

 

Have a great summer together and we will see you in late August!

 

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.

For more information on Utica Community Schools, please visit this link