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From The Principal

Three-Day Weekend!

We have a three-day weekend this weekend and possibly some snow! I don't ever recall a Michigan winter without snow. As a life-long Michigander, I am actually looking forward to the beautiful white blanket that outlines every branch on the trees and covers the ground! It is so pretty and so quiet when you walk outside during a snow storm.


Morgan has their Winter Wonderland Dance tonight in the gymnasium! Our PTO crew has been busy decorating and students have been talking about the dance throughout the day! There is still time to attend if you did not purchase a ticket in advance. Tickets are available at the door for $7 each student. Parents and younger siblings are FREE and a parent/guardian is required to attend with their student.


We also talked about hand washing at Morgan this week. There are several viruses making their way around the building, sending students home from school and keeping some home for several days. While our cleaning crew has been working each night to clean and sanitize bathrooms, classroom sinks/drinking fountains, hallways and more, the best defense for these viruses is good hand washing! I gave students permission to "play in the soap" when they wash their hands and to sing the "Happy Birthday" or "ABC" song while washing to make sure they scrub long enough.


If you are looking for fun in the snow, downtown Rochester is hosting their annual Fire and Ice Festival this weekend, with zip lines, dog sleds, carriage rides and other activities for families to enjoy.



Have a great week!




Have a great week!

Mrs. Lasky








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