Rocket Review

Week of April 12, 2019

Fourth Quarter

We have officially entered the fourth quarter of the 2018-2019 school year. The 3rd Marking Period ended today and report cards will be sent home through email on Monday, April 22. To receive report cards, parents MUST have an established PowerSchool account prior to the release of the report cards. Paper copies are no longer available.

The fourth quarter brings so many activities along with year-end testing. As our students in grades 3-6 participate in the MSTEP, all students will also take their final NWEA for the school year. Students in grades K-6 will take Reading and Mathematics and students in grades 3-6 will also take Science. Getting our NWEA spring results are exciting for students and staff as we see how our students have grown academically since the fall.

As spring continues to move in to Michigan, please make sure your child has what they need to be outside for recess. One day it is 70 degrees, then the next day, 45 degrees. Help your child dress accordingly so they are prepared to be outside in the spring weather.

Have a great week!

Mrs. Lasky

Last Chance!! Yearbook Sales Have Been Extended to Monday, April 15!

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Egg Sales! Give a friend, teacher or staff member a Surprise Egg!

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Congratulations to our Morgan Artists!

Three Morgan students had their artwork on display when Michigan Governor Whitmer came to visit UCS. These pieces of artwork are now on display at the UCS Board Office, achieving Superintendent's Awards!

Congratulations to:




5th Grade Feast

Our 5th Graders hosted their annual feast as part of their Social Studies activities. Thank you to the parents who volunteered to send in food, help set up/clean up, provide paper products, and helped their child dress the part!

All three classes enjoyed the morning and left feeling full!

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I Scream, You Scream, We all Scream for Ice Cream!

Morgan’s Science Olympiad team will be selling ice cream bars, sandwiches, and Popsicles for $1 during lunch recess on the following days.

  • Wednesday, April 17th

  • Thursday, April 25th

  • Thursday, April 26th

  • Thursday, May 2nd

8 Keys Ticket Winners!

This week's 8 Keys Ticket Winners are:


  • Olivia
  • Carter


  • Ethan

Grade 1:

  • Julian
  • Albana

Grade 2:

  • Natalia
  • Giorgio

Grade 3:

  • Olivia M
  • Zoe

Grade 4:

  • Ilir
  • Lucas W

Grade 5:

  • Jack M
  • Andy L

Grade 6:

  • Abhi R
  • Marko T

Our drawing winners could choose to receive either a pencil with one of the 8 Keys on it, a rubber bracelet with an inspiring message, or a book mark. They were so excited to pick a prize and celebrate the 8 Keys of Excellence!

Take Your Child to Work Day

Thursday, April 25

Take Your Child to Work Day will be Thursday, April 25. Students will NOT be marked Absent that day as long as Morgan receives a call or a note stating that you are having your child participate in Take Your Child to Work Day.

If Morgan does not receive a message on their attendance line (586-797-5899) or from a written note, students will be marked as absent and parents will receive a phone call to check on their child's whereabouts.

Morgan Lunch Monitors

Morgan continues to look for additional support during the lunch hour. While our building is allocated a certain amount of paid EduStaff lunch monitors, we can take additional support in the form of volunteers. Students really enjoying seeing their parent/grandparent/aunt/uncle at school during the lunch time helping in the lunchroom or walking around the playground with the kids.

If you are interested in becoming a paid lunch monitor, please click on link below to start an application with EduStaff. EduStaff certified lunch monitors are paid an hourly rate each day they work. EduStaff employees can also complete additional, free, online training sessions and become substitute paraprofessionals for additional paid hours of work.

Morgan also takes volunteers with a current background check on file. If you filled out a Volunteer Sheet within the past few years, you should be able to volunteer for field trips, classroom help and lunch supervision. If you are unsure about your volunteer status, please contact the Main Office and Sharon or Melissa can check for you: 586-797-5800.

If you are interested in volunteering during the lunch hour, which runs from 11:30 AM until 12:15 PM each day, please contact Melissa in the main office and let her know what days you are available to volunteer. Grandparents/aunts/uncles/neighbors are all welcome once we have a background check on file.

If you have any questions, please call Morgan at 586-797-5800 or email Mrs. Lasky at

EduStaff Application

Click here to complete an application to become a lunch monitor.

Morgan School Spirit Days

The Morgan Student Council has announced our School Spirit Days!

Friday, April 26: Wear Favorite Sport Team Shirt/Jersey

Monday, May 6: Class T-Shirt Day

Friday, May 31: Crazy Hair Day

Mark Your Calendar!

Calendar Dates

Mark these dates on your calendar:

Tuesday, April 16: MSTEP for 5th Grade

Thursday, April 18: MSTEP for 5th Grade

Native American Presentation for 3rd Grade

Friday, April 19: NO SCHOOL

Monday, April 22: Report cards sent home electronically by the end of the day

6:30 PM Morgan Volunteers PTO Meeting @ Hamlin Pub on 25/Van Dyke

Tuesday, April 23: MSTEP for 5th Grade

Wednesday, April 24: MSTEP for 5th Grade

Thursday, April 25: Take Your Child to Work Day.

Friday, April 26: Wear your Favorite Sport Team Shirt/Jersey

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UCS News and Updates

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Monday, April 22, 2019 @ 6:30 PM. Hamlin Pub on 25/VanDyke

Morgan Volunteers PTO Webpage

Click here to visit the Morgan Volunteers PTO web page and register for updates and volunteer information. Please update your family information each school year.

Morgan Elementary

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.