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Morse chosen as CHS Business Student of the Month

Cloquet Senior High School Business Department announces Corbin Morse has been chosen as the January Business Student of the Month. Students who apply for this award are chosen based on their activities, work experience, business courses, grades ...

Cloquet Senior High School Business Department announces Corbin Morse has been chosen as the January Business Student of the Month. Students who apply for this award are chosen based on their activities, work experience, business courses, grades earned, a letter of recommendation, and an essay written by the student.

Morse, a junior at CHS, has been a very involved student, both in academics and extra-curricular activities. In addition to the numerous business courses he has taken, Morse is involved in hockey, football and baseball.

"Corbin is one of those exceptional students who not only possesses leadership qualities, but has the foresight to put them to excellent use," said one of his instructors.

Morse is the son of Barb Van Reese and Gregg Morse.

Complimentary tokens/certificates awarded to the student are provided by Arby's, Cloquet Dairy Queen, McDonald Rental, McDonald's, Pizza Hut, Premiere Theaters, Taco John's/Steak Escape, Papa John's, Pizza Hut, and Wendy's.

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A senior student chosen as "Business Student of the Month" will also be eligible for the Stowell Family Scholarship to be awarded in May.

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