Morrison Schools Foundation

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MSF Film Festival Winners

Judges’ Choice: “Excelsior”  by Ty Peterson, Danny Humphrey & James Colvin


People’s Choice: “My Life” by Emma Allison

My Life

Judges’ Choice: “Oh Freedom” by Alex Ernst, Amber Vegter and Emily Clark

Oh Freedom
People’s Choice: “Diane Young” by Ty Peterson, Danny Humphrey & James Colvin

Diane Young

Judges’ Choice: “The United States Debt” by Matthew Nichols / Darren Builema

The United States Debt
People’s Choice: “Do You Feel Safe” by Lauren Vos and Kaylene Schroeder

Do You Feel Safe

Judges: “Oh Freedom” by Alex Ernst, Amber Vegter and Emily Clark
Peoples’ Choice: “My Life” by Emma Allison

One-to One Devices

One to One Devices

By Juniors Abbie Kull and Izzy VanderBleek

This coming 2014-2015 school year MHS students will be given Google Chrome Books as part of the one to one initiative. Each student will be issued their own Google Chrome Book, which will be able to be brought home to continue homework, and used to access the internet while at school. Hopefully having the one to one devices will drive students to explore different outlets for learning while excelling at their academics.

New Board Members

The Morrison Schools Foundation is looking for community members to serve on our board. Our board meeting is February 13, 2014 at 5:30 p.m. in the MHS cafeteria. For additional information, please contact Trent Bush at or by attending the February 13 meeting.

Short Film Festival


Morrison Schools Foundation is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Short Film Festival is now accepting entries.  The Festival will be held at the Morrison High School Auditorium on March 2nd from 3:00pm to 5:00pm.  Where we will be showing the movies, awarding prizes to the best entries and having a People Choice Awards.  Each entry is $15.  Each entry will receive one free admission into the Festival.  There is a $5 admission fee to the Festival.

Please click on the link For Entry Forms and Rules



Mini-Grant for Morrison Teachers 


MSF is proud to announce its launch of the classroom mini-grant program.  We will be awarding up to six mini-grant programs for up to $250 each.   Deadline for submission is  January 15th.  The program funds teacher requests for special teaching tools and/or curriculum tools to help enhance student achievement in the classroom.  Classroom supplements bought with mini-grant monies are tied to common core curriculum goals.

Mini-Grant Application