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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.

Photo of the Day: Lunch Special

Morgan cafeteria staff (l to r) Kim Woods, Donna Gill, Ronda Chambers, Angie Sutton, and Toni Schmitt give new meaning to the phrase "You are what you eat."


Photo of the Day: Canine Crime Stopper

The Paducah Drug K-9 Unit visited Morgan Elementary students for Red Ribbon Week on October 26 and talked about how they use the drug dog to catch criminals.  They told students where the dog came from, how he was trained and how he is a trained police officer, like the rest of the squad. 

After a presentation from the dog, Chief Berry talked to the students about the importance of Red Ribbon Week and how important it is for the students to remain drug free and to stay in school.



Morgan Writers Win KCTE/LA Awards

Five students from Morgan Elementary were recognized for their awards in the 2012 Student Writing Contest sponsored by the Kentucky Council of Teachers of English/Language Arts. Zarion Matthews placed first place in the state for his poem "Freedom". Christopher Clark placed third in the category of article for  "Blacksmith Shop". Tayler Hilton placed fifth in the category of personal writing for "Sky Lift".


Aliyah Woods and Sebastian Lennox also received awards in the contest.



Rotary Tackles Childhood Literacy with Dictionary Project

The Rotary Club of Paducah provided a dictionary to each of the 766 3rd grade students attending the 11 Paducah/McCracken County public and private Elementary Schools including CCA, Clark, Concord, Farley, Heath, Hendron/Lone Oak, Lone Oak, McNabb, Morgan, Reidland, and St Mary. This represents one way the service organization partners with the School Systems to positively influence the literacy level and quality of life of children in our community.


Zumba Classes Begin at Clark and Morgan

Amanda Anderson will be leading Zumba Classes at Morgan on Thursdays starting the 13th from 3:30pm unitl 4:30pm.

Robert Cross will be leading Zumba Classes at Clark on Tuesdays starting September 18th from 6:30 pm to 7:15pm.


Zumba is a latin-inspired, easy-to-follow, calorie-burning fitness routine.


A $1.00 donation is the price for both classes and the proceeds go directly to the location of the given classes.

Link: Tornado League Football Schedule
The Tornado League football schedule has been posted on the Tilghman football facebook page. You can see it here.
Photo of the Day: Rock With Bach

Morgan fifth grade students participate in "Rock With Bach", a presentation by Musical Story Time.

The PSO and McCracken County Public Library partner together to provide Musical Story Time, a program designed to promote music and literacy. Library storytellers and PSO musicians perform a reading of a selected book with music at local schools. Copies of the book are donated by the PSO, MCPL, and private donors to the classrooms and libraries of the school. The goals are to motivate reading, enhance comprehension skills, explore music and care of instruments, and encourage creativity.


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