News, Posts, and Information

The Sr/Jr High School as it looked during the 1957/1958 school year.

November 25th - Early release day – Thanksgiving Holiday 12:25 p.m. release
November 26th  and 27th – No School – Thanksgiving Break

The high school Volleyball team will hold its awards night on Monday, November 30 at 6 p.m. @ White Pass High School commons area. The coaches ask athletes to bring a dessert and your clean uniform/& gear that was checked out to you.

Valley View Health Center will be sponsoring a coat give-away & story time with Santa on Thursday, December 10th from 6-7 p.m. in the high school library.  

The Morton FFA Chapter will be making and selling Holiday Wreaths and Swags to raise money for chapter development costs and activities.  Undecorated wreaths will be $20. Decorated wreaths will be $25. And swags will be $10.  You may purchase from any FFA member or advisor, see one of the FFA Officers for ordering information.  Pre-order Sale runs from November
10th to December 4th.  Wreaths will be delivered the week of December 7th. Orders must be paid before you wreath or swag will be delivered.  Please make checks payable to Morton High School. “Brighten your home this holiday season with our beautiful hand-made wreaths and swags!”
The Morton Moose Lodge is holding a Winter Coat Drive. If you have coats, hats, gloves, or scarves that you no longer use and are in great shape, please donate to the Moose Lodge. The Morton Moose Lodge is located at 102 Main Avenue. For more information, see flyer on office window.

Mr. Royle’s marketing class is supporting a Winter Clothing Drive competition. There is a box for each class, including the staff, located in Mr. Royle’s room. This drive will last until December 19.  So, please bring in any gently used or even new winter wear if you can, it will be greatly appreciated. Hurry to benefit those in need. If you have any questions, feel free to ask Chelsea Demarest, Emily Mackie, Kacy Furman, or Mr. Royle.

        According to FAFSA, 60,000 college students reported that they were homeless while attending college in 2013, but the actual number of homeless college students in the United States is believed to be much higher. Navigating higher education is difficult enough for fully-supported students, but homeless college students face unique and sometimes impossible challenges in their quest for higher education. For these students, college is a crucial step in securing their futures.
        In order to aid in this fight, the team at has put together a guide to navigating college while homeless, which includes resources to help students:
        An overview of the homeless student population
        - Information on finding local support resources
        - Information on addressing immediate needs, e.g. housing, food, and healthcare
        - Our guide can be found here:

OnStage announces their 10-week Winter Program to start on November 14 and run to January 31.  If you would like a registration form, they’re located on the office counter.

Morton Dance classes will be held every Monday at the Tiller Center for students ages three to teens.  You can sign up at

One of the goals of Morton Jr/Sr High School is to provide multiple effective forms of two way communication. In order to help this, we have established a form for you to provide your thoughts, suggestions, comments, etc to the school. The goal is to use this feedback as we continue to plan and make changes insuring the success of all of our students.

    In order to improve communication with the parents and community, Morton Jr/Sr High School will be using REMIND which is a communication tool that utilizes either text messaging or email modes of communicating reminder, important information, miscellaneous information, etc. In order to subscribe, simply click on the link below at and subscribe using either your cell phone number or email address based on how you would rather receive information.
    Your contact information will remain confidential and only used by the school in order to send out pertinent information. Our hopes is to help communicate the day to day lives of our students and school community with the entire parent community in an efficient way. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Mr. Stoney at the high school office.

Upcoming athletic events:
Nov. 26-27  Thanksgiving break
           30   HS boys basketball jamboree at R.A. Long - 7 p.m.
Dec.    1    HS girls basketball vs Orting (at Randle)
            2    JH girls basketball vs Winlock (at Morton)
            3    HS boys basketball vs Onalaska (at Randle)
                  JH girls basketball vs Onalaska (at Morton - 4 p.m.)
            4    HS girls basketball at Onalaska
           14   Winter Music Concert - 7 p.m. in the high school gymnasium