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About Morgan County

         Morgan Local School District, consisting of three K-6 elementary schools, one junior high school (Grades 7-8) and a comprehensive high school (Grades 9-12), is nestled between Zanesville and Marietta on the scenic Muskingum River. Incorporating all of Morgan County's 421 square miles, the Morgan school District is, in terms of physical size, the third largest district in Ohio. However, it is predominantly rural with small communities scattered over the countryside and a population of approximately fourteen thousand people. 

         Despite its small population base, Morgan County offers a variety of special educational programs and a pay/benefits package that compares favorably with other schools in the area. Morgan County provides an opportunity to live and teach in a small-town atmosphere; however, people living there are within easy driving distance of several larger towns with their shopping malls and cultural activities.Socially, Morgan County has many clubs and organizations for adults and activities like Scouting and Little League for the younger people. All that, coupled with the quiet life of the country/rural community, makes Morgan County an ideal place to teach, live, and raise a family.

For more information on Morgan County, Ohio - Click here: www.morgancounty-oh.gov/



Gifted News for Teachers

Gifted News for Teachers

Gifted Cluster Teacher New State Requirements:

  • 30 clock hours of PD for year one
  • 30 clock hours of PD for year two
  • Ongoing PD as determined by Kelley Huck
  • PD must be in one of the Eight Competencies (see separate sheet)
  • PD hours accumulated from March 2015 on can be counted!!!
  • Kelley Huck has saved most sign in sheets from her PD!!!
  • One semester hour equals 30 clock hours!!! (Must be a class that hits one of the eight competencies.)
  • Say you are one of the extremely blessed teachers that have already accumulated 30 clock hours between March 2015 and today, then you don’t want to refuse to do WEPs or participate in more because you can use any extra PD clock hours toward the second 30 clock hours!!!

Past PD that can be counted:

  • Cluster Training 14 hours (Must have occurred since March of 2015)
  • WEP writing
  • Follow-up trainings with Kelley Huck-3 30 min. sessions each year
  • Menu Meetings with Corinne Wells   East-60 min.  South & West 30 min. each
  • DOK PD with Amanda
  • Ruthie Ware Math Training-2 hours
  • Battelle for Kids Modules
  • UDL

Future PD Possibilities:

  • JAVITS Modules
  • Book Studies
  • FIP Modules
  • One Collaboration per week with Kelley or Corinne on some type of ongoing PD that teachers could bank more time while implementing the strategies in their teaching
  • PD based on teacher request
  • InfOhio Professional Development Resources

              Go to www.infohio.org

              Look under “Educators” at bottom of page


         Occur weekly throughout the school year.  Former webinars are saved under “Recordings”.  Each is one contact hour, and after listening and passing a short quiz over the content, a certificate is issued teacher’s name and stored under “My Assessments”.

    Success in Six

         Six learning modules cover the following topics: Learn to Search Effectively,  Engage Your Students With Reading Resources, Develop Your Research Toolkit, Discover High-Quality STEAM Resources,  Explore InfOhio’s Differentiation Tools, Find Free Content for your Blended or Flipped Classroom.  Modules are 3 contact hours each.

Board of Education

School Board Members:

Rick Rose, President 
Carl Raines, Vice-President 
Teresa Bowen
Mary Pat Hanson
Becky Thompson

Regular meetings of the board will be held at 7 p.m. on the second Monday of each month at Central Office,  unless designated elsewhere.

Board Policies

View the current policy manual