Morley School is an elementary school -- kindergarten through fifth grade -- with unusual white gothic features and bright red doors on the entrance to its auditorium.
The school's principal, Dr. Ellen Garber Stokoe, was Connecticut's 2010 principal of the year. She was honored at the White House along with the representatives of 49 other states. Congratulations, Dr. Stokoe.
Morley School was named after Edward Morley, an eminent physicist who grew up in West Hartford. Morley's work on the speed of light was a foundation for Albert Einstein's theory of relativity.
And, my kids both attended Morley School.