Peer Ambassadors 2017-18
Who is a ADHS Peer Ambassador?
Peer Ambassadors are ADHS students who help new students with their transition to ADHS. Peer Ambassadors are reliable, trustworthy, and responsible with an interest for helping other students make a positive transition to ADHS. Peer Ambassadors are diverse in all aspects (grade, gender, ethnicity and background). There is no GPA requirement but regular attendance is mandatory. Anyone in grades 10-12 can apply for the Peer Ambassadors program.

What do ADHS Peer Ambassador's do?
Peer Ambassadors help new students who transfer to ADHS adjust to their new environment so that they have a
positive experience academically and socially.
Peer Ambassadors will be expected to:
-Attend one training session during A or B lunch
-Meet the new student on his/her first day and get to know him/her
-Show him/her around the school and to the classes on the schedule
-Stay on campus to eat lunch with him/her on their first day
-Tell the new student about ADHS rules or policies as well as clubs/ athletics
-Follow up with the new student a few weeks after he/she enrolls

When will we need ADHS Peer Ambassador's?
Peer Ambassadors will meet their new student on the student’s first day. Peer Ambassadors must be able to arrive at
school by 7:10am on their assigned day. Training will be held following the due date of the applications.

Please submit application by June 5, 2017

Student Name
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Phone Number (Best number to get in contact with you)
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Email address
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Grade level for the 2017-18 school year
Have you ever been suspended?
If you answered "Yes" for the above question, please explain the suspension
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Are you fluent in any additional languages other then English?
If you answered yes for above question, which language(s) are you fluent in
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Name of an ADHS staff member that would provide a reference for you
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Why do you want to be a Peer Ambassador?
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