Campaign for Bully Free Communities Morgan School

Here is Renee's interview with Cynthia Clegg, President and CEO of the Community Foundation of Middlesex County, Keri Hagness, Principal of The Morgan School, and Sarah Auletta, senior at The Morgan School!

They chat about how Campaign For Bully-Free Communities has made an impact on their students and the steps that they take to make Morgan a welcoming environment for all. The Morgan School was the 2018 Spotlight Award Winner for their efforts to promote anti-bullying, kindness, and a strong sense of community.

Listen to the full interview here:

For the past ten years, members of the Council of Business Partners at the Community Foundation of Middlesex County have worked with health professionals, educators and youth counselors to develop programs that help teachers, students, parents and school bus drivers recognize and prevent negative social behaviors. This year, council members are excited to continue their support of bullying prevention initiatives in partnership with local youth organizations.


About the Morgan School

The Morgan School is the public high school of Clinton, Connecticut, a town of approximately 15,000, located on Long Island Sound. Clinton is influenced by the close proximity of cultural centers. Moreover, its varied, yet moderate, economic resources help create a student body that is diverse in its beliefs, attitudes, and aspirations. The Morgan School cultivates intellect and character in partnership with families and the community. Students learn in a rigorous academic and student-centered environment that prepares them to become resourceful, productive, healthy citizens in a global society.

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