There will be an upcoming Blood Drive sponsored by Morton High School on Friday, February 13th. If you’re interested in the medical field, and would like to help volunteer – please contact Ms. Powell in the office. You must have good attendance and be passing every class period. We only need three volunteers, so you will be chosen for this event. Those who are chosen will be able to use this event for community service hours opportunity.
Make up day for January 5th (flood day) will be on Friday – February 13th
The eighth grade class is holding a personal item drive for the homeless. Donations needed include: Toiletries, hats, gloves, scarves, socks, ear muffs, blankets, under clothes, hair items, Chap Stick, make up, tooth brushes, tooth paste, etc. Donation boxes are held in the display cases. They will be accepting donations until Tuesday, January 27th @ 3 p.m. Thank you for your donations & participation in this event.
Senior class members are reminded to check their mail boxes in Christy’s office weekly. At this time scholarship information is being provided to you, and you don’t want to miss out.
Upcoming schedule in Athletics:
Jan. 27 Morton/White Pass girls at #6 Wahkiakum
Onalaska at Morton/White Pass JH boys (at Morton)
28 Wahkiakum at #1 Morton/White Pass boys (at Randle)
29 Adna at Morton/White Pass girls (at Randle)
30 #1 Morton/White Pass boys at Adna
31 Morton/White Pass boys & girls at Napavine / These games on Saturday will be a girls’-boys’ doubleheader. The junior varsity boys' game will begin at 4:15 p.m. followed by the varsity girls’ game at approximately 5:45 and the varsity boys at 7 p.m.
It's winter time! Let's do our part in helping the children in our community stay warm. The staff at Morton Junior/Senior High is accepting donations of gently used winter clothing. Coats, hats, gloves and other winter clothing items will be taken and made available to students in need of clothing for the fall and winter months. For additional information, contact the Morton Junior/Senior High School office at (360) 496-5300. We would greatly appreciate it and thank you for keeping our children warm!!