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Posted on Friday, June 8, 2018
We would like to thank once again all the parents, staff and friends who supported our first Benefit Gala and Auction. Special thanks to those parents who bid and won wonderful experiences for their children. Here we would like to share with you how much these students enjoyed these amazing and priceless moments. Head of School for a Day Paula L. was our head of school for one day and she joined Ms. Rhonda Norris as she began the day by leading a Lockdown drill, she read to a Kindergarten...
Posted on Thursday, May 3, 2018
We need to sell 30 tickets before May 16th in order to make the Tuition Raffle official. Please buy your ticket today at the Welcome Center for a chance to win a 25% discount on tuition while supporting the Merit & Need Based Scholarship Fund (MNBS). Thank you to the 22 families who donated to the MNBS fund during re-enrollment. With donations from US$25 to US$500 we were able to raise US$2,400. This fund will allow a talented Dominican student with limited resources to attend the Carol...
Posted on Thursday, May 3, 2018
HS Girls Basketball The girls played a strong set of teams and progressed to play the host school and reigning champions, Academia Cotopaxi in the finals.  The girls played well even with the effects of the altitude in Quito, however, the Academia Cotopaxi Cougars repeated as champions and the Carol Morgan School Girls Basketball team repeated as Silver Medalist. HS Boys Soccer The boys played a strong host school Academia Cotopaxi who were last year’s champions in the final. CMS led 1-0...
Posted on Thursday, May 3, 2018
Carol Morgan School hosted the 3rd annual Dominican Environmental Education Program (DEEP). DEEP is a collaboration of various schools working together in Santo Domingo to foster ecological awareness of ecosystems in the Dominican Republic and the human impact on these ecosystems. During the conference, students from CMS, Babeque, New Horizons, ABC, and Saint George presented their results on studies done on Rio Isabela, Rio Nizao, Fundación Grupo Puntacana, and nearby mangrove areas.  Student...
Posted on Thursday, May 3, 2018
Poetry Alive Performance and Workshops In honor of National Poetry Month, students from all divisions have enjoyed a number of large and small group poetry workshops and performances this past month. Students had a wonderful time with the presentations from our 2018 Artist-in-Residence, Poetry Alive. With high-energy performances and interactive workshops, Poetry Alive provided students with a more in-depth exploration of literary analysis, as well as writing and speaking skills. Poem in...

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