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Morgan County Cellular & Internet Coverage

Morgan County Cellular Coverage Maps as of May 2020

Here are the coverage maps for Morgan County taken in May 2020. Most vendors cannot offer reliable service for the county. The school has performed research over several years as to whether students and fam

Sprint Map Map Notes
The tan area is no coverage and yellow is roaming coverage. Morgan County is not well served.
T-Mobile Map  
White is where there is no coverage and pink is coverage. No service in Morgan County.
AT&T Map  
Blue indicates 4G service. Many parts of Morgan County have coverage in the northern part of the county. AT&T has been adding some towers in the county which have helped the last 6 months to a year.
Verizon Map  
 Verizon has the best overall coverage in Morgan County which shows in red. There are a few white area with no coverage. The  northern and southwest parts of the county are most affected.
Spectrum Mobile Map  
Spectrum Mobile is a recent addition to the mobile vendors in our area. Their coverage mirrors close to Verizon.
Spectrum WiFi Hotspots  
Spectrum offers free Wifi Hotsports limited to the villages of McConnelsville, Malta, and Stockport (only 2) where Spectrum Internet is available. Internet service starts at 30Mbps as well as 100Mbps and higher. Spectrum offers a reduced cost for families that need assistance in getting high speed Internet. Download the Spectrum Internet Assist Form.
CenturyLink has limited bandwidth and availability in Morgan County. A service map was not found on their web site. Some new customers are only able to get 3Mbps speed. Many of the citizens in Morgan County that are inside CenturyLink's service area are not able to get service because CenturyLink has told them their connections were full.


School Closure Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

April 20, 2020 

Will there be a food distribution?   Food distribution will be on Mondays in May (4th, 11th, and 18th) and the last Tuesday (May 25th) from 11-12 at East, South, and West.  Families will be able to pick up bags for each student in the household, and bags will contain 5 days of breakfasts and lunches.  You may pick up bags at any convenient location, regardless of where your child attends.

Does my student have to turn in the work they have been asked to complete?  If so, when?  Students can work with their teachers regarding this, as some teachers may prefer families to take pictures of the completed work and text/email them. There will also be drop-off tubs available at each of the food distribution locations (East, South, and West).  Work for any building may be dropped off in any location – please make it clear on the work where you want the assignments to go (teacher and building).

Will students will be held back or will they pass on to the next grade level?   Students will not be held back due equity issues that have been revealed by the corona virus closure.  If there are concerns about your student reaching the next grade level, feel free to reach out to your teacher or principal.

 Will we have kindergarten/preschool registration and screening?  We have not yet determined a date for screening.  Registration information can be obtained by contacting Leslie Robbins at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  If you do not have email, please call the district number (740-962-2782) and ask for Mrs. Robbins to call you.

Are the big trips cancelled?  The Washington DC trip has been cancelled and refunds have been distributed. The NYC trip was scheduled through the band boosters and not the school district; therefore, you will need to contact the band director or Boosters for more information. 

How do we pay our class fees?  General school fees do not have to be paid by the end of the year.  Specific fees, such as those associated with career tech or other special programming, will require contacting the building principal.

How do we return school materials like text books, library books, and school computers? You may return any text books or library books during the scheduled food distributions on May 11th and 18th at East, West or South elementary schools from 11:00 to 12:00. For those not participating in food pickup, you may come to any school building between the hours of 8:00 am and 2:00 pm, Monday through Friday. You will need to ring the bell at the front door and instructions will be given over the intercom.

Those students who checked out Chromebooks or laptops for home use are welcome to keep them through the summer. They may be returned in the fall on the first day of school. You may also return them with your textbooks if you wish. You are still responsible for the care and condition of your device.

Community Fitness Center

Community Fitness Center

Morgan Local Schools offers a fitness center for the community. The center is located at Morgan High School next to the gym. When facing the high school front doors, turn and walk to the right side of the building near the track and turn the corner to find the center's entrance.

The hours of the Community Fitness Center are Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 3pm-6pm. The center is staffed by John Robbins. He can contacted through the High School at 740-962-2944.


2020 US Census

If you have not completed the 2020 US Census you can take it online. Here is the online link: For help in census completion you can call 1(844)330-2020. Morgan County needs your help to get the services we need in the future!

Want to help with the 2020 Census and get paid?

The US Census 2020 is looking for Census Takers in Morgan County and surrounding area. Apply today!

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.

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