Morton Middle School

Lexington, Kentucky

Proudly Education Lexington's Children Since 1834

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  • FCPS shares updates on meals pickup & P-EBT cards


    As a reminder to FCPS families, all meals are free for all students whether in the cafeteria or via pickup if still in remote learning. This federal waiver is in effect for the rest of the 2020-21 school year. 

    Eligible families also receive help buying groceries through the federally funded Pandemic-EBT cards, which go out to qualified students. 



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  • Morton's Edible Book Contest Winners:


    1st Place: Emma Jane Hurley for Wonder Wonder



    2nd Place: Naomi Houghtaling for As Old as Time As Old as Time



    3rd Place: Katherine Haynes for Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Alice's Adventures in Wonderland



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  • Morton Return to in Person/Remote Learning Video


    Click HERE for the Morton return to in person/remote learning video



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  • Morton Track


    The 2021 Track season is here! If you were unable to attend the meeting on Thursday, February 25th, or if you just need to refresh your memory of what we discussed, below we have linked the video recording of the meeting, the Google slide presentation (which has a google form that needs to be filled out by every athlete wanting to tryout), and the Morton track website which has tryout information and the athletic physical form that needs to be completed before tryouts if your child does not have one on file here at the school.


    Track website


    Google slide presentation


    Video of preseason meeting


    If you have any questions, please email us at:  (boys coach) (girls coach)



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  • FCPS announces probable dates for return of nearly all students


    On Monday, March 8, 2021 students in grades 6, 9 & 12 will return to in-person learning at our 12 middle schools & 6 high schools.


    On March 15, 2021, preschool and students in grades 7, 8, 10, & 11 will return to in-person learning, at our 12 middle schools & 6 high schools.


    Click HERE for more information.


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