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Welcome to Morgan

Morgan offers a comprehensive early childhood development program. Primary students, in grades 1-3, are divided by grade levels. They are grouped and re-grouped by skills in reading and math, according to abilities and need.

Some intermediate teachers specialize in math, social studies, science and language arts. They utilize curriculum guides, with flexibility to design instruction to meet individual or group needs.

Besides classroom teachers, there are additional teachers for art, humanities, vocal music, speech/language, physical education, library/media center and gifted-talented-creative programs.

Morgan offers special-needs instruction and facilities for MMD/FMD, a deaf educator and full-time interpreters for the hearing-impaired.

Football Team Promotes "Change for a Cure"

The football team has been supporting cancer awareness this month by wearing and selling PINK.  All proceeds from the sale of pink t-shirts along with the activites we had at the "Pink Out" Game October 7 will be donated to cancer awareness.

Now the team wants to get the entire district involved by challenging them with "Change for a Cure".

Beginning Monday, October 17,  Clark, McNabb, and Morgan homeroom classes will be challenged to see who can collect the most change.  On Wednesday, October 26, the homeroom class that has collected the most money will win a pizza party with the Senior players on the PTHS football team on Friday, October 28.

The team will also have collection buckets at the middle and high schools during lunch.  All the money collected during "Change for a Cure" will be added to the donation to the Susan G. Komen Foundation on behalf of the Tilghman Football Team.

Photos from St. Mary Invitational Posted

Morgan Elementary's cross-country team participated in the St. Mary Invitational on September 17. You can see pictures from the meet here.


Morgan Adopts New Discipline System

by Rebecca Feldhaus

The Paducah Sun, July 9, 2011

Reprinted with permission


Paducah Public Schools will use the same discipline system for the 2011-2012 school year.

Morgan Elementary School was the last school in the district to adopt the discipline model from the Kentucky Center for Instructional Discipline, according to Troy Brock, district director of pupil personnel.

The model began at Paducah Tilghman High School, according to Steve Ybarzabal. Ybarzabal, the new principal at Clark Elementary School, was on the planning and implementation team at the high school. Before beginning the program, KYCID requires that 85 percent faculty and staff buy in to the program. He said every staff member, including custodial staff and administrative assistants, had to take an online survey.

11-12 School Supply List Posted
You can see the Morgan school supply list for the 2011-12 school year here.
Morgan Elementary Registration Dates

Kindergarten registration and orientation for Morgan Elementary will be August 2.  Two sessions will be offered. The first session will begin at 10:00 a.m. The second session will begin at 5:30 p.m. Parents should choose one of the two sessions and bring their child with them.

Registration for new and returning students in grades 1 - 5 will be August 4 from 12 Noon - 3:00 p.m. Doors will open at 11:45 a.m. For more information call 270.444.5760



Sheffer Hired As Morgan Elementary Assistant Principal

Chris Sheffer has been hired as assistant principal of Morgan Elementary School.

“Mr. Sheffer comes to us as an experienced administrator who will help our school continue to achieve at high levels of learning,” said Principal Vicki Conyer. “We are excited to have him join our team at Morgan Elementary.”

Sheffer taught at Ballard County for eight years at the elementary and middle school levels. He also worked as a literacy interventionist at Ballard Middle. He has served as principal at Carlisle County Middle School for the past two years.

Sheffer received a M.S. in education with teaching certification in language arts, a M.A. in school administration, and Rank 1 in School Administration at Murray State University.

Remember the Year With Pictures

You will find hundreds of photos from the 2010-11 school year in our Smugmug galleries. They are all free for you to save and share with friends and family.

Click here to see the photos, along with instructions on how to save and share them.


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