Hey Indians, go to the link below to see the latest HS Fireside chat. https://vimeo.com/user103180855/review/405623800/ffc8161e04
Recuerda la importancia del distanciamiento social. Evite espacios públicos y manténgase alejado de los demás (al menos 6 pies). Si continuamos siguiendo la guía de salud pública, menos de nuestros amigos y familiares se verán afectados por COVID-19. #StayHomeTexas
Remember the importance of social distancing. If you must go out, avoid public spaces and keep your distance from others (at least 6 feet). If we continue to follow valuable public health guidance, fewer of our friends & family will be affected by COVID-19. #StayHomeTexas
Principal Ramos shares a message about school at home. Click on the link below. https://vimeo.com/user103180855/review/404864543/ddf4d4d7b4
New Monday night campfire chat from our Superintendent is up on our webpage. Just go to www.Mortonisd.net and click on the Campfire icon.
Seniors, if you are applying for the Cocram County Schools Federal Credit Union scholarship, they must be turned in tomorrow by 10:00 a.m., tomorrow. Bring them by the high school tomorrow morning. That's by 10:00, tomorrow!!!
The Cochran County schools credit union scholarship must be turned No later than 10:00am April 7th at the high school, so that Mrs. Van Wettering can get it turned in by 5:00 to the credit union.
Go to Pete Christy's Facebook page and vote for our Indians!
These came in, but unfortunately we won't be doing the fundraiser as planned. Instead we will give them to the Elementary school families that want them and ask that you donate to help Cristabel and her family. Their paypal is https://paypal.me/cristabelly?locale.x=en_US
Seniors, don't forget to being your scholarships with you, also.
Seniors, don't forget to come by the high school to pick up your cap and gowns.
La comunidad del Morton ISD debe trabajar en equipo para luchar contra COVID-19. Visite la página Https://tea.texas.gov/mantentebien para obtener información vital sobre como detener el contagio. Si nos mantenemos separados ahora, estaremos juntos más pronto.
The Morton ISD community must work together to fight COVID-19. Head to http://tea.texas.gov/staywell for vitally important public health guidance to stop the spread. If we stand apart as a community now, we will be together again soon
Click on Link for a Message from our Learning Management System, Schoology https://docs.google.com/document/d/1azKott0QbKg3dSWf81VFiVKx-WaIDbLbz_vV8d30dCk/edit?usp=sharing
See a special Campfire Chat from our Superintendent explaining the extending of the Learn at Home program thru May 4th.
A new message from our Superintendent. Click on the Campfire icon!
Seniors, we will be handing out cap and gowns Thursday! If you still owe money, you should be receiving a call from West Texas Graduation Services about that. We will hand those out Thursday from 11:00 - 1:30 iiib front od thre hugh school. See you then!!!
We will be needing photos for the yearbook! Please, if you have any photo resources that I may use in the yearbook, please get them to me ASAP. email@example.com Sophmore class photos Special Events Learning from Home NHS OAP Band FCCLA Art Track Baseball Golf Tennis
On March 25th parents can come to the Junior High to pick their student's Chromebook and their band instrument. Parents not picking up lunches please come between 9 and 11. Parents who are picking lunches can come between 11 and 1:30. When you come please remain in your vehicles, and we will come out to you to help you.
Check out the Campfire chat message from Mrs. Saunders on our web page. Just click on the Campfire icon.
Please go to the Morton ISD website at mortonisd.net and fill out our 'Learn at Home" survey. This will help us plan for the education of your student during this crisis. Thank You
March 19, 2020 Morton Parents, Students and Community Members, As many of you know, Governor Abbott announced statewide temporary school closures this afternoon until April 3, 2020, requesting districts to continue with at-home learning programs for our students. Please rest assured that Morton ISD continues to finalize logistics on at-home learning options and on the distribution of food to address children’s nutritional needs while school is out. Teachers will be planning next week and at-home education will start March 30, 2020. We will be mailing a letter to each parent or guardian requesting information about if students have access to the internet at home and if parents will participate in the free meal program. This letter will be mailed Friday and will include a prepaid envelope to mail the questionnaire back. All parents/guardians are urged to do so. Free meal program will start on Wednesday, March 27th and will be open to all 0-18 year olds. More information and guidance will be made available on our website and Facebook by Monday, March 23, 2020. UIL announced today that UIL competition and practices will be canceled until May 3, 2020. Also, please note that use of Morton facilities, gym and weight room will be suspended until we return to normal school operations. Thank you for your support and cooperation as we ensure that all members of the community in Morton stay safe and healthy. Superintendent Karen Saunders
Morton Parents, our earlier phone call regarding extending Spring Break for students that was sent out was confusing. Our apologies. To be specific, students will NOT have school next week, March 23-27, in order for school officials to assess our current health situation and make educational plans if we need an extended closure due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus. A letter will be mailed to all parents with details later this week.
March 18, 2020 Given the rapidly evolving situation with COVID-19, Morton ISD will suspend normal district operations for students through Friday, March 27th, 2020 in an effort support our nation’s need to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19. Our health officials report that cases are continuing to spread in the state, and an increase in confirmed cases in Lubbock and Hockley County seems likely. Suspending operations for this length of time will allow us to assess the growing situation to determine, in coordination with local health officials, whether the virus is continuing to have community spread or whether it has been contained. Additionally, all extracurricular activities, practices and athletic events are suspended while we are closed. We do not make this decision lightly. We fully realize it presents significant difficulties to working parents. However, we are hopeful that these measures will better ensure the long-term health and safety of children, staff, and the larger community. Morton ISD teachers and staff will be finalizing logistics on at-home learning options and the distribution of food to address children’s nutritional needs while school is out. We will be mailing a letter to each parent or guardian requesting information about access to the internet at home and if parents will participate in the free meal program if school is closed for longer than one week. This letter will include a prepaid envelope to mail the questionnaire back and all parents/guardians are urged to do so. More information and guidance will be made available on our website by Wednesday, March 25, 2020. We will also take this week to further clean schools and buses and restock custodial and nursing supplies. Additionally, we ask the broader community to take the following reasonable precautions to prevent the spread of the illness: • Don’t shake hands • Wash your hands regularly • Limit movement within the community, especially avoiding crowded placed and maintaining 3 to 6 ft of distance between people (at least an arm’s length) • If you are moving around in the community, don’t congregate in large groups • For those who have traveled to areas with known COVID-19 cases – both inside and outside of the country – we ask that you self-quarantine and monitor for symptoms. Students who have traveled should plan to stay home for two weeks after arriving home. Please contact your campus to let them know, and this will be considered an excused absence. • If you suspect you have symptoms of COVID-19, call your health care provider for medical advice . • Keep your child at home if he/she feels ill, even if you think it is just a cold. • Do not leave the house if you are ill, except to access medical care This is a quickly changing situation, and we will continue to monitor information, will assess conditions throughout the week, and will provide the next update by March 27th, 2020 via our website and email. Thank you for your support and cooperation as we ensure that all members of the community in Morton stay safe and healthy. Superintendent Karen Saunders
Good afternoon Morton parents, students, and community members, There are many questions about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it may impact our schools. We are vigilant and have been proactive. On Saturday, we had Germblast, a professional disinfecting company who use a high-level disinfection process, treat all areas at all campuses. We have been following the recommendations of the CDC and are focused on prevention. We will continue to disinfect the school areas and buses and keep sanitizer and Kleenex available, and soap dispensers filled. We are in collaboration with Cochran Memorial Hospital and are keeping up with the latest on the COVID -19 virus. As of today, the district plans to resume classes on Monday, March 23rd. We will closely monitor the situation, and should it become necessary to cancel school in the future, we will notify families via text, the Morton app, email, website, local media stations, and social media accounts. If you feel you or your family may have been exposed while traveling during Spring Break, please contact your doctor or the Cochran Memorial Hospital by telephone. Cochran Memorial Hospital staff will determinealocationtoconductascreeningoutsidethehospital. PleaseseetheirFacebookpagefor detailed information on screenings. Families should follow standard procedures for illness upon returning from spring break (and any time your child has been sick). •Fever: Students must be free of fever for 24 hours without Tylenol or Advil. •Vomiting or Diarrhea: If your child is vomiting or had diarrhea, they should not return to school until those issues have been resolved for 24 hours. •Students on Antibiotics: Students who receive antibiotics for an illness should wait 24 hours after the first dose of antibiotics and after the last instance of vomiting or diarrhea before returning to school. For more information on the COVID-19 virus, please visit the CDC website at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html Karen Saunders, M.Ed. Superintendent Morton ISD
The UIL has cancelled all competitions through March 29th.
Keep your kids engaged in literacy over the break as actors read their favorite books for FREE! https://www.storylineonline.net/
You will be receiving letters in the mail this week from the US Census Bureau. Please make sure to fill those out accurately as it affects school funding for head start, school lunches, & classroom technology. For more information go to https://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/s
Next year's JH cheerleaders will be Sariah Maldonado, Hope Zapata, Faith Zapata, Dariana Molinar, Natalie Ramirez, Frances Alvarado, Malorie Villarreal, Aubrey Ramon, and mascot Aubrey Ramon. Congratulations, ladies!
Congratulations to our 2020-21 high school cheer squad. New members are Mia Soliz, Meghan Lopez, Kami Rodriguez, Karina Lujan, Erika Roberts, Elena Alvarado, Nissa Navarrette, and Lali Navarrette. Next year's mascot will be Mia Zapata.
Congratulations to our One Act Play car and crew! They are advancing to Bi- District round on March 28 in Post.
Parents, open house is tonight from 4-6. Come by and pick up your child's progress report and visit with the teachers.
Good luck to our One Act Play as they travel to Sudan for district competition. Their performance is at 3.
Hey, Indian fans, KLVT's broadcast of this afternoon's baseball game will not start until 4.
Open House tomorrow, March 10, 4-6pm all campuses
I goofed. It's MELODY and Mikayla who are advancing to State FCCLA competition. Sorry about that!
Don't forget tonight is Fine Arts night. Band Concert, selections from the One Act Play, student art work, and burger meals for $8. FCCLA will serve burgers from 5:30 to 7:45; HS art gallery from 5:30 -6:00; MHS Band concert from 6:15-6:30; and selections from our play at 7:00.
Indians lose a heart breaker, 42-49. Seniors, remember thre great times you had out on the court. We will miss you.
32-30 Indians lead after 3.
At the half, Indians are up, 29-26.
Indians finish the first in dominating fashion, leading 20-6. Let's. TRIBE!
Join us tonight to cheer our Indians on as they face off against O’Donnell at Frenship ISD. Game tip-off at 8pm.
Final playoff shirt order will be turned in this morning at noon. If you are wanting a shirt, get your order in to the HS office this morning.
Area round game will be Friday night against ODonnell at Frenship, 8:00.
37 all at the ends of 3. Let's go, Tribe!!!
Chiefs in the lead, 23-26, halftime.
Indians on top, 17-11, at the end of one.
Congre on out and support the Tribe as they take on Crosbyton in the bi- district round of the playoffs. Let's go, Indians!!!
Six projects in the San Antonio ag mech show - six blue ribbons! Way to represent the Tribe!
The Maidens' season ends, 34-46 . Seniors, thank you for all you have done for Morton basketball. You have made the past four year exciting, reaching the playoffs each year. Each of you will be greatly missed both on and off the court. Thank you for all the memories.
24-32 Maidens trail at the end of 3.
Maidens trail by 8 at end of the 3rd. 32-24
Maidens trail Sands at the half, 20-26.
26-20 Maidens trail at the half. #Maidenpower
Greetings Morton Junior High Parents, The Junior High will have an awards assembly tomorrow, February 21st at 9:40 am in the Gym. The assembly will be for AB honor roll and perfect attendance. Parents are welcome to attend.
This is a big weekend for MHS. Several FCCLA members will compete at the regional conference. Elena Alvarado is also running for office. FFA members are on the road to San Antonio with their ag mech projects. The Maidens continue chasing gold balls against Sands tomorrow night.
The Indians will take on Crosbyton in thre bi- district round at 7:30 Tuesday night in Lubbock Cooper. Come out and support the Tribe.
Time to make room for new yearbooks! We have copies of the following yearbooks available on a first come, first served basis for only $25 each to make room for the 2020 books. 2000, 2001, 2005, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018. The 2019 books are available for $30. HURRY!
Parents, community members and Morton ISD staff are invited to participate in a survey for our 2020-2021 District Calendar. The calendars and link to the survey are located on our district website.
The Indians ran out of time, losing a close one, 50-51 to SLE. Great game, Indians. Playoff information to follow once detailed are finalized.
At the end of 3, Springlake leads, 37-46. Let's go, Tribe.
Indians trail Springlake Earth, 24-30.
Indians are trailing 24-30 against Spring Lake Earth at half !
Come out and support our Indians tonight at 5:00 & 6:30 at the Morton gym!
Maidens next game will be this Friday in Wellman- Union against Sands, 6:30.
The Maidens will play Sands at 6:30 at Wellman-Union. We will be the home team. Come on out and support the Tribe on our march to state
Maidens won their bi-district game against Crosbyton, 51-36. Congratulations, Maidens! Way to represent the Tribe.
31-28, Maidens up after 3.
Maidens takes the lead in the second, 21-13, halftime. Keep it up, Maidens!
Maidens are tied up 8 all against Crosbyton at the end of the first quarter. Let's go Maidens!!!!
Morton Cheer will be placing another order for Playoff Shirts Wednesday Morning!! If you missed out on the first Order Contact Julie McLendon or Luisa Abston or Linda Cheek to get yours!!!
Indians take the victory, 63-45, guaranteeing their place in the playoffs.
Indians lead at half 31-21. Keep it up, Tribe.
Phones are working. Thanks for your patience.
Morton ISD is currently experiencing an interruption of its phone service. We are working with our service provider to get this resolved. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Parents, we will be sending out a phone call this morning about making up our missed time due to weather. Tomorrow, Feb14, we will release at 2pm instead of 1pm and we WILL have a regular school day on Monday, Feb 17 to makeup our weather day.
The Maidens' playoff game has been finalized. We will play Crosbyton at 6:00 Monday night at Lubbock Cooper. Come on out and support the Tribe!
The class ring ceremony that was postponed yesterday will be held Friday at 11:30 in the gym foryer.
Parents and staff, late start tomorrow, Wednesday Feb 12, at 10a.m. Buses will NOT run
For those juniors and seniors who bought a class ring from Herf Jones, today's ring ceremony will be rescheduled at a later date. We will get word out as soon as we have a ne date set. Stay safe and warm.
Morton ISD will start school 2 hours late today, Tuesday, February 11. Stay warm!
Indians take the win, defeating Whitharrell, 51-48!!!! Awesome job, gentlemen!!! That was fun!
The Indians have pulled with in 6 going into the 4th, 35-41. Keep it up!
Indians trail, 24-32 at the half. Let's go, Tribe!
Maidens win their final district game, 47-33. They finish second in the district race and are playoff bound. Great job, ladies.
End of 3, Maidens are in control, 41-22.
At halftime, the Maidens are up, 25-12.
Maidens lead after one, 20-7.
JV boys fall in a close game 18-27 to Whitharral.
It's your last chance for pulled pork this year! Band Boosters have your supper ready. . . at least until they run out. Come and get it!
Tomorrow night's ballgames against Whitharrell have been moved up to TONIGHT. JV boys will start at 5; varsity girls at 6:30, and varsity boys at 8. We will recognize our seniors and their parents between the varsity games.
Shout out to Morton High School students for their great ideas and input for the district calendar for next year! Thank you!
Varsity Basketball games have been moved to tonight for sure, JV boys game is most likely at 5 but not confirmed. Varsity game are 6:30 and 8. There is no JV Girls game.
Jackson Greener made the sale at the Ft . Worth stockshow. Way to go, Jackson!
More results from Tech: In feature writing, Alejandra Cardenas placed third and Marytza Martinez placed fourth. Great job, ladies!
JH Indians are victorious, 39-12. Way to represent these Tribe.
JH Bi-district tournament in New Home, the Indians lead Smyer, 30-9.
Early results from the UIL Academic meet at Tech today: Haili Smith Morin - 6th Current Events Alejandra Cardenas - 4th News Marytza Martinez - 6th News Morton 2nd place team Current Events Will continue to oust results as I receive them.
80-40 is your final score from Lazbuddie. Great game, guys!
Maidens beat Lazbuddie, 61-7. The Indians are on top at the half, 47-22.
There is a fire at the National Refuge that has traffic stopped. If you are going to the game, take an alternate route. Go east on 37 turn north on FM 3397 and then west on 298. You will come out at Needmore.
Indians come from behind for the victory!!! 60-53.
Indians are making a comeback! Amherst leads 36-40 at the end of 3.
Indians trail at the half, 22-30.
Maidens take the victory, 56-13.
At the ends of the 3rd quarter, the Maidens lead 45-11.
Valentine's Day is fast approaching. Get your FCCLA orders in for your special someone this week. Tomorrow's the last day to get the early bird fee as the price goes up Monday.
Come on out tonight and support our Tribe against Amherst. Varsity girls play at 5 and boys follow immediately afterwards.
Breakfast will be served this morning!
Good morning! High school students, we will start this morning with second period. Mrs. Ridley's 2nd period class needs to report to the HS library.
Just to be safe, We are going to start school at 10:00 am this morning. Roads are fine in Morton but we have a lot of staff who drive in. Buses will run but will also be delayed two hours. Everyone be safe and stay warm.
Games vs Amherst have Officially been postponed until Thursday @ 5 & 6:30.
We'r just received word from San Angelo. Xeno Garza took first place in his division of which there were 246 entries. Way to go sophomores!!!!
Edwyn Rivera's project took third at San Angelo. Way to go!
Tomorrow night's game times against Amherst have been moved up to 5 & 6:30 because of the weather.
Its Ground Hog Day and looks like we will be having an early spring! For more about the story go to https://www.wsoctv.com/news/trending/groundhog-day-2020-will-punxsutawney-phil-see-his-shadow/J2566HP7U5B2RGA7QSH6OFBS7Q/
Indians lose, 52-76.
At the half, Indians trail 28-45
Indians trail 15-17 at the end of 1.
Maidens take the victory and move into a tie for second in district, 65-27.
50-18 Maidens on top at the ends of 3.
Maidens up 30-11 at the half.
Maidens are up 18-9 against Springlake Earth, end of the 1st quarter.
The ITV dual credit classes have tests tomorrow, so students will need to come to those classes at the regular time.
Due to flu or flu-like symptoms, all Morton ISD students should remain at home tomorrow, January 31, 2020. Basketball games will be played in Springlake-Earth and teaching staff will report for professional development.
The Tribe SWEEPS!!!
Indians finish strong, defeating the Antelopes, 63-49.
53-40 Indians on top after 3.
Indians in the lead 38-23 at the half.
Indians are up, 17-11 art the end of one.
Maidens are VICTORIOUS!!! 49-34!!!!!
Maidens come back strong after the half. 42-29 beginning of the fourth!
Maidens and Whiteface are tied at the half, 20-20.
JV Indians defeat Whiteface, 28-25.
JV Indians on top of Whiteface, 16-8, at the half.
JV Maidens are victorious! 44-19.
JV Maidens up 25-7 at the half.
The 2020 Lohah Yearbook has two half page slots still open for senior recognition ads. These must be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. The ad spots will only be open until they are sold, or until Monday, February 3. Contact Mr. Hill in the high school library.
Indians come up short, 40-51.
Indians trail at half, 11-31.
Maidens are victorious! 56-50
Maidens get the Victory 56-53 over Whitharral!!!
Maidens our score Whitharral 15-4 in the 3rd qtr to go up 26-38!
Maidens are pulling away! At the end of 3, 38-26.
Varsity Maidens up 22-23 @ the half in Whitharral!
Maidens up 23-22 at the half.
Varsity Maidens down 11-9 after the first qtr. vs Whitharral.
JV Indians win 36-29 over Whitharral!
JV Indians win against Whitharral, 35-26.
JV Indians are up 16-12 @ the half vs Whitharral!
JV Maidens beat Whitharral 46-2!
JV Maidens up 30-0 @ the half vs Whitharral.
Jose Rivera shows Mrs. Saunders the Morton M that the FFA students made for our board members.
Board Appreciation tonight.
And she's signed!
Ashely Roberts will be signing her letter of intent to play for Sul Ross University in just a few minutes.
We just received word that there will be 4 games tomorrow night in Whitharrel tomorrow night, starting with the JV girls. Come on over and cheer on our TRIBE!
Indians lead 42-10 at half.
Maidens are victorious, 79-14.
Maidens dominating against Lazbuddie at the half 46-8.
Indians fall 63-76.
Indians down by one, 53-54 with 1 more quarter left. Let's go Tribe!!!
Indiana trail, 35-45 at the half.
Indians in a close one, trailing Amherst 23-24 at the end of 1.
Maidens finish strong, winning 80-8.
Maidens go into half, up 41-4.
Maidens are dominating Amherst, 25-0, at the end of the first quarter.
Indians fall in a hard fought game in Plains 58-47!
Indians trail Plains 41-32 at the end of 3
Indians trail Plains 29-22 at half!
Indians trail Plains 11-4 at the end of 1.
Maidens fall, 49-58
Maiden trail 28-43 at the end of 3.
Maidens up 27-24 against Springlake Earth at half.
Maidens up 12-6 at the end of 1.
ALL of the games for Morton in the Lazbuddie Tourney are cancelled for today due to weather/road conditions.
The Junior High games in the Lazbuddie Tournament have been cancelled for this morning. The JV games that are later will be played as normally scheduled.
Maidens trail Whiteface, 23-37 at the half.
Tonight's game is at 6 at Whiteface. Varsity girls' game only. Come out and support our Maidens. Again that's 6 not 6:30.
No school tomorrow! Classes resume on Monday.
Indians trail LCHS, 16-33 at the half.
Maidens fall tonight to LCHS 38-77.
Maidens trail Lubbock Christian, 24-35 at half.
Tomorrow is a teacher work day and students come back on Tuesday at regular time.
Maidens fall to Nocona by 9 play again tomorrow at 10:30 am.
Maidens down by 8 going into the 4th qtr. Get your rally caps on!!
Maidens up 22-19 @ the half vs Nocona!!
Maidens up 16-11 after 1st qtr. vs Nocona!
Indians fall to Lubbock Titans. They play at 3:00 at Frenship. Go Tribe!
Indians fall to Panhandle. They play at 9:00 in the morning at Monterey.
Maidens win 55-24 over Dimmitt @ The Caprock!!
Maidens up 34-8 @ Halftime of their gave vs Dimmitt in the Caprock Tourney!
Just a clarification. The early release tomorrow is for junior high and high school students only. The elementary students will follow their regular schedule release time. However, if you choose to come get them early, they will not be penalized. Sorry for the confusion.
Junior high boys “a” team win 38 to 29. The girl’s play hard but don’t win
Junior high boys b team beat Whitharral 38 to 16. Good job boys
Maidens win 68-30 over Tatum!!
Maidens ahead 47-22 going into the 4th qtr.
Maidens up 28-15 @ Halftime vs Tatum.
Maidens up 20-9 vs Tatum at the end of the 1st qtr.
Indians win 78-25 over Lazbuddie!
Maidens fall to Shallowater JV 35-32.
Maidens down 29-22 after 3 qtrs. 4th qtr rally incoming!!!
Maidens up 18-13 @ Halftime vs Shallowater JV!
Maidens down 11-6 after 1st qtr vs shallowater Jv
Varsity Boys fight hard but fall to Seagraves 59-49.
Vicente Montoya hits half court buzzer beater to tie game up at end of the 3rd qtr. 41-41 with 1 qtr to play.
Varsity Boys in a tight ballgame with Seagraves. Down 24-20 @ Halftime
Varsity Boys leading 13-9 after 1st qtr vs Seagraves.
JV came up short against Seagraves, 21-49.
Deadline for senior recognition/tribute ads for the 2020 yearbook is only two days away! Don't be disappointed, get your ad order in by 3:00 p.m. on Friday!
REMINDER! This is the final week or order space in the 2020 yearbook for senior recognition ads or business ads. Contact Mr. Hill at Ext 507 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. This is the last chance to support the Class of 2020 in their yearbook.
Everything Morton ISD in your pocket! https://mortontribe.net/959/uncategorized/morton-isd-mobile-app/
Remember yearbook staff is selling World's Finest Chocolate bars. They are great for stocking stuffers.
Tuesday, December 10 is the deadline to order your senior tribute/recognition ad for the 2020 Lohah. Advertising space will no longer be available after this date, so make sure you get your ad contract and payment into the yearbook staff by December 10.
Hope you can join us for lunch! Please come 10 min before your child's regular lunch time to get your time. NORMAL LUNCH TIMES PK 11:30-12:00 K11:20-11:50 1st 11:25-11:55 2nd & 3rd 11:15-11:45 4th & 5th 11:45-12:15
Photo retake on Tuesday, November 12 in the Elementary Library. For Pep, all staff, faculty, admin and students from 7:30 to 11:00. Seniors from 11:30 to 12:20.
Shout out to Morton JH students for showing the utmost respect to our Veterans Day guests during our program on Thursday!!!
Early release Thursday, November 7. No classes Friday November 8 or Monday November 11. Veterans Day Program on Thursday, November 8 at County Auditorium at 9:00 a.m.
REMINDER! Picture retake day is next Tuesday, November 12 in the Elementary Library from 8:00 a.m. till noon. This is the last chance to get photo portraits made this school year. There is no school on Monday, so be sure to remember this important day.
Order your senior recognition ads for the 2020 yearbook before December 10. Information is being sent home to all seniors and forms are available in the library and office. Remember, deadline for ordering is December 10!
Red Ribbon Week for High School: Monday - pajamas - "Dreaming of a Drug Free Future" Tuesday - Western Wear - "Kick Drugs Outta Here" Wednesday - Nerd Day - "We're Too Smart to do Drugs" Thursday - Halloween - "Spook Out Drugs" Friday - Neon - Our Future is Bright without Drugs"
National Honor Society Induction will be on Monday, October 28 at 6:00 p.m. in the Gym Foyer.
Red Ribbon Week is October 28-November 1. Activities are planned all week. Check your campus notifications for specifics. November 1 is senior night and the senior pep rally.
Morton win over Whiteface!!! 46 - 45! Way to go Indians!
No classes on Monday! District Cross Country Meet will be at Morton on Tuesday all morning. Football team and individual photos will be taken on Wednesday, Oct 16.
Alcove Care is sponsoring the Pregame Dinner Friday, October 18 (Whiteface Game) from 5-7 p.m. in the Gym Foyer. Stuffed Baked Potato Bar, Dessert and Drink for $10. Please join us to support this awesome cause!
Reminder the Jr. High will be having our first pep rally this year. It will start 9:37 on Thursday Oct 10th.
Tomorrow is Picture Day! Elementary at the Elementary Library and Junior High and High School at the High School Library. Senior portraits will also be taken at the High School. Bring your photo orders if you have not already ordered online.
Picture Day for Morton ISD is next Tuesday, October 8. We will be taking photos of all students, seniors, staff and faculty. Elementary will be in the Elementary Library. Junior High and High School in the high school library. Bring order forms with payment for prints.
The War Drums are beating in Morton! It's Homecoming 2019! Join us today for the Alumni Reception at 1:30, Parade at 2:00, Pep Rally at 2:30, Booster Dinner at 5:00, Homecoming Court at 7:00, Game at 7:30 and Dance at 9:30. It's a great day to be an Indian!
Homecoming Bonfire tonight! Fire trucks will leave about 7:30. Tomorrow: Beat the Drum all day, Alumni Reception at 1:30, Parade at 2:00, Pep Rally at 2:30, Pre-game dinner at 5:00, Court announced at 7:00, then game and street dance after the game..Join us for Homecoming 2019!
Don't forget! Homecoming Bonfire tomorrow! Fire Trucks will line up in front of the High School beginning at 7:00
It's Homecoming 2019! Keep up with all the activities on our website and follow the stories at www.mortontribe.net
Yearbook Sale! Now is the time to get those yearbooks you missed! 2018 - $30 ea., 2017 - 2013 - $25 ea. Also still some from 2000-2010 for $25 but very limited availability - All first come first served! Contact Mr. Hill in the High School Library.
Welcome to the new Morton ISD website!
The new Morton ISD website will be launching this weekend!
Because of the storm last night, we are experiencing a disruption in internet and phone service. We hope to have it restored soon. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
Morton Schools new webpage is coming soon!