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Field Trip: Butterfield Pond Trail in Winter

Here’s what the Butterfield Pond trail looked like in mid-September.

And here’s what it looked like a week or so ago, on the coldest day I can recall this winter — the high was 16F, the low was 2F, and the wind was brisk, even gusty, so the temperature with wind chill was well below 0F. 336 more words

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An Education Vacation: Spanish Students See Spain

Written by Kitty Shortt |
Photos via Christopher Luther and Susan Peterson |

Spanish IV and AP Spanish students take an “education vacation” to a Hispanic country or place in order to immerse themselves… 267 more words

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Morgan Diplomats

Written by Daniel Radka|
Photographs by Jim Messina|

On January 17,  four students from Morgan went to Yale for  Model United Nations. They spent the weekend immersed in Yale, New Haven, and eighteen hours of committee sessions.   261 more words

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Morgan Discovers Hidden Figures

Written by Emily Sordo and Ivan Villanueva |
Photo via IMDb and 20th Century Fox

On Friday, January 27, students enrolled in Physics or Earth and Space went on a field trip to the Marquee Cinemas in Westbrook to see the film… 248 more words


Field Trip: Florida Southern College

On a recent visit to Tampa/St. Pete, as Joe and I ventured away from the metropolitan area, I was reminded of Robert Frost’s famous poem, “The Road Not Taken” — specifically the closing lines: 591 more words

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Foolproof Apple Pie

After a fun morning picking apples at Sunset Orchards we are ready to make some delicious apple pie.

Precooking the apple filling makes this pie foolproof and fun to make with kids! 407 more words


Field Trip: Sunken Gardens

In 1903, George Turner, Sr., had an idea.

The plumber and garden enthusiast had recently purchased a plot of land with a shallow lake in St. 336 more words

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