Morton Middle School

Mission Statement: Exemplary Learning: No Excuses, No Exceptions

The faculty, staff, students and community of Morton Middle School are committed to academic excellence and the cultivation of individual strengths and talents in a safe, supportive environment where individual differences and respect for the rights of others guide school and community behavior.


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Spring 2016 K-PREP results:

Our tradition of academic excellence continues!

Morton Middle School scored 75.2,

a Distinguished School and a School of Distinction. 

We are extremely proud of our students, staff and families for these accomplishments!  The academic growth evidenced over the last year is amazing, and the commitment our students have to education is making their futures’ brighter!

Track Information

Track Tryouts will be held March 15-17.  For more information click: Click here for more information

Penny Wars!

The Green Team will be sponsoring Grade Level Penny Wars throughout the week in the cafeteria.  If you could help to explain and promote this function in your classrooms that would be awesome!  The money earned will help to support our new outdoor classroom:  three more benches, a picnic table and flower beds.

How does it work?
There will be a bucket displayed in the cafe throughout all three lunches Monday-Friday of this week.  The buckets will be labeled with the grade number on the outside.  The lids will be taped shut, but there will be a slot for students to drop coins and paper money though.  All coins are positive and the paper money is negative.  At the end of the week the coins will be counted in each bucket and the paper money will be deducted from the total of coins in each bucket.  So, please encourage your students to put coins in their grade level bucket, but paper money into the other grade level buckets!

Morton YSC News

  • Youth age 14-17 years of age can apply for a job training placement with Lexington businesses, government agencies, and community organizations.  Trainees will earn $8.20/hour and work up to 20 hours per week.
  • Applications can be found online or at your school YSC.


  • Need something to do over Spring Break?  Click HERE!


Interested BETA Club members-Morton will be participating in a community service project at the Hope Center on March 15th.  Spots are limited, if you are interested in serving, come see Mrs. W. Dixon for the permission slip and information.

Hope Center Info Sheet (click here)

Morton eighth-graders prepare global menus in Spanish

Dig For Decker!

FCPS News Link:

Dig for Decker

2016-2017 Reflections

Morton students can pick up a Reflections entry packet in the front office or Mrs. Blackman’s office 201B.

Edible Book Contest Winners!

Edible Book 1st place

Morton 1st Place Winner (1st Place Overall in County Competition)

Edible Book 2nd place

Morton Middle 2nd Place Project

Edible Book 3rd place

Morton Middle 3rd Place Project


Parent SBDM Members
Congratulations to the 2016-17 parent SBDM members:  Heather Mullins, Allie O'Donnell, Ashley Waechter, and Kim Thompson.

Green Goals - Save Plastic Lids for Morton
Morton is not only continuing with our Green Goals by recycling plastic bottles caps, but now we are actually going to use these bottle caps in an effort to redo our Outdoor Classroom, which is in need of a huge make-over!  We plan to rip out the rotted wood benches and replace them with plastic benches made completely out of recyclable bottle caps.  These bottle caps can be from water bottles, Gatorade Bottles, Mayonnaise Caps, Peanut-Butter Bottle, you get the picture!  Please save them all summer and then turn them into Ms. Trisko, room 212 (7th grade science) when school resumes, or you can e-mail Ms. Trisko at and we can arrange for you to take your caps to Morton this summer.  Thanks so much for helping us to create a Green environment!

Kroger Card Support for Morton
Please take a moment to grab your Kroger Plus card number and click on​ to get started. If you need help, please click on this document for directions. Thank you for helping us earn much needed funding for our school!!!


 Dress Code 2016-17

Dress for Success exemplifies our dress code policy. Please keep the guidelines in mind when you are shopping for your school clothes.

Free Volunteer Background Check
Get involved!!!  Get a free background check and volunteer in your child's school.  We need you.  Click here for access to the free background check.

Be sure to call the attendance office @ 381-3535 every day if your child is absent. Also please send a note within 3 days of their return to school.

Notice About Your Change In Address
Please contact Ms. Hufnagel or call her at 859-381-3540 if you have changed your address or phone number.  If you have a change of address you must bring in a new proof of residence.


AR Quiz Information:
Use this link to search the company’s database for available quizzes. If they have a quiz for the title in which you’re interested, then you’ll have access to that quiz at school. This is the link for AR's databases. Double check author and title to make sure you have an exact match.
AR quizzes may only be taken at school.


Student Clubs and Activities
Students are encouraged to become involved in Morton's extra-curricular activities. (Click on link to see listing.) Contact the sponsor of each activity by clicking on the Staff link at the top of Morton's homepage to get the teacher's email address or by calling the sponsor.

Sports Physicals
All students wishing to try out for a sport, cheerleading or dance team must have a completed sports physical physician form and consent form on file before they will be allowed to try out.  These forms were revised as of April, 2015.  This is the direct link to the newest forms.  Forms are also linked below.
Sports Physical Physician Form *New*
MS Athletic Participation/Physical & Consent Form


Thanks for all of your support in making the outdoor classroom a reality.