In October of 2021, Eliot 7 & 8th graders and all Morgan students took a survey created by PIC that looked at attitudes and behaviors around substance use and mental health. PIC has been administering this type of survey of students in collaboration with Clinton Schools since 2005, tracking the various trends around alcohol, marijuana,
PiC recognized three Clinton residents for their tireless commitment to prevention! Volunteer Erin Gaudet has donated a multitude of hours to prevention, working with REACT and PIC in addition to serving as the Chairperson of the Human Services Advisory Board! Erin is passionate about prevention, mental health, and supporting our youth. PIC also recognized the
After a year hiatus due to Covid, Morgan REACT's Haunted Hallways returned with new members, new scares and a new pathway through the school. Recreating horror films such as It by Stephen King, the Conjuring, Nightmare on Elm St, and Slenderman, Haunted Hallways brought a crowd of roughly 375 people out on Mischief Night 2021.
Approximately 40 adults from the communities of Clinton, Madison, Haddam-Killingworth and Guilford left the Morgan School on January 17 with their eyes opened wide to the newest trends in teen substance use. Catherine Barden, MADE’s (Madison’s substance abuse prevention coalition) coordinator, presented information on synthetic drugs, synthetic marijuana, alcohol packaging that is designed to attract youth, and