Morristown in the News

There's nothing we enjoy more than sharing the good news about our wonderful students and staff members. And we have a lot of great things to share! Read all about student and faculty accomplishments, past happenings, upcoming events, and so much more. 

School Preparing for Winter Performances

Morristown Elementary students will be showcasing their annual winter performances on December 19 and 20. December 19 will showcase the kindergarten through 3rd grade students featuring spaghetti provided by Morristown PTSA. The students in Mrs. Ruskin’s and Ms. Perry’s classes will be doing a musical titled Fa La La Land. Students in Mrs. Ross’ and Mrs. Messner’s classes will be doing a play titled How to Train Your Reindeer to Fly

On Thursday, December 20, students in the upper grades will be performing and they will be serving enchiladas. Ms. Sedano’s class will be performing Selling a Horse before Christmas, Ms. Hefner’s students will be doing The Night the Reindeer Rocked, and Mr. Trad’s students will be doing Christmas Coast To Coast and Whatever Happened to Ebenezer Scrooge. This is a great opportunity for our students to demonstrate their talents on stage, as they have been working hard for several weeks. We cordially invite all of our community to attend. Tickets are $5.00 and purchased at door. Dinner is from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Ms. Perry Receives a Fiesta Bowl Grant

Ms. Lowanna Perry was a recipient of this years Fiesta Bowl Wishes for Teachers. We are so proud of Ms. Perry for taking the time to submit for a grant that will impact her students as well as other students. Good work Ms. Perry! For more information about the grant, please view the congratulations letter.

School Unveils Mass Notification System

Morristown Elementary School has recently developed and integrated a mass notification system. This one-call system, which has the capabilities of making phone calls, sending text messages, and sending emails, will quickly and efficiently get out communication to all parents and stakeholders. This communication will provide information on upcoming events, reminders of school activities, and to ultimately provide quick communication if a school emergency is occurring. We will do our best to ensure the information out is absolutely relevant. Please take time to read and understand the information you receive. If, for some reason, you receive a phone call from the school, please take a moment to listen to the voice message prior to giving the school a call back. We believe we have taken great steps to get accurate and timely messages to our parents, stakeholders, and our community.

Boys Volleyball Team Takes First Place

Congratulations go out to both our boys and girls volleyball teams. Both did an incredible job at the Central Mountain league tournament. The boys team took first place, with a convincing performance over Congress Elementary School. The girls team didn’t make it to the finals, but took the top-seeded Festival team to a thrilling ending. Congratulations to Coach Perry and Coach Wimberly. The team represented the school to the fullest.

Boys volleyball team holding up a tournament champion banner