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From The Principal

February is Here

We had a busy week at Morgan Elementary as we completed winter conferences with parents, finished up NWEA testing for students who were out of school last week, and continued with the great learning that occurs each day in our classrooms.


The weather was quite spring like on Monday, then returned to winter by the end of the week, bringing a fresh coating of snow and freezing the wet areas on the lower playground. Please know that students are reminded daily during morning announcements to stay off of the icy areas in the lower field and to leave the snow on the ground. As much fun as playing on the ice and throwing that fresh snow can be, we have student safety in mind with so many students on the playground during recess times. Please encourage your child to continue using the play pads, the areas with wood chips, and the upper fields to run and play until the icy and muddy areas are gone. Our lunch monitors and teachers will continue to provide reminders to play safe while we enjoy some fresh, Michigan winter air each day.


There is a full week of school next week, ending with Valentine's Day on Friday. Please check with your child's teacher for information on Valentine's Day activities. Friday, February 14 is a full day of school, followed by a week of no school for mid-winter break. School will resume again on Monday, February 24.



Have a good 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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