SENIOR KAYLIN MORSE supervises councils at Leadership Workshop among the many other activities in which she is involved. Morse has enjoyed bonding with fellow Falcons through time spent at Leadership Workshop this year and at the school overall.

Courtesy of Kaylin Morse

SENIOR KAYLIN MORSE supervises councils at Leadership Workshop among the many other activities in which she is involved. Morse has enjoyed bonding with fellow Falcons through time spent at Leadership Workshop this year and at the school overall.

Humans of CHS: May 2022 Edition

“Hi, my name is Kaylin Morse and I am a senior at Cox High School! Something that I’m passionate about is Leadership Workshop. My freshman year I decided to go to Workshop as a delegate, and had such a great time. I made unforgettable memories and met a lot of new people; most of which I wouldn’t have known if it weren’t for Workshop. Although it was cancelled my sophomore year due to Covid, I decided to apply for staff the following year because I knew how much of a legacy it is here at Cox. After wrestling with many Covid restriction last year, we held Workshop at Cox instead of Triple R Ranch, where it has been since 1995. Despite the adverse situation, our staff stepped up and made the weekend amazing. As co-director of Leadership Workshop this year, I was shown the reason why its legacy at Cox house is so special. In just one weekend, a student can be transformed into a completely different person with new skills about being a confident leader. It’s an inexplicable feeling being able to experience these changes first-hand. I hope that Leadership Workshop continues to impact the lives of underclass men, and I’m glad that I get to now pass the torch to next years directors!” -senior Kaylin Morse

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