Thank you Ms. Amber!
A big thanks to Ms. Amber Thornton for all of her dedication and hard work at Morse-Marshall School for the Gifted and Talented. She puts the needs of her students first and is an asset to the building. I’m so glad to be your co-worker!
A big thanks to Ms. Coogan, an excellent Special Education teacher at Morse-Marshall School. She is doing incredible things for her students and the school is lucky to have her! #MorseMarshall
A Big Thanks to Debbie Causey!
Debbie Causey is an excellent Guidance Counselor at Morse-Marshall School. She works long hours to make sure that all of our students needs are met. She plans countless college tours and brings speakers to our school. Students know that they can depend on her and she is always willing to step up and help out. She recently started NHS at our school and inducted our first group of students. She is an amazing resource and the school is very lucky to have her. I am so glad to call her my friend!
Jamaria Dunn On her way to WCLL for her first day of school.
Jayden is ready for his first day of school. He has his first day of school outfit all figured out.
Latrell Barnett - Audubon High /School
Best Friends - From MPS to UWW
Latrell Barnett and Justin Borges - Audubon Auditorium on June 8, 2012 - Happy to graduate but sad to leave our school.
Both Latrell and Justin are attending University of Wisconsin - Whitewater. We met in middle school (Audubon) and have been close friends since.
Name: Ephrain Conner
School: Ronald Wilson Reagan College Preparatory HS
Description of photo: Graduation Day joy!
Favorite HS Memory: Mocking all of the songs we sang in Chamber Choir!!
Post-Grad Plans: I will be working full-time and I will be attending ITT-Tech in Greenfield for Business Management in September full-time.
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