Student Ambassadors

  • Who are Student Ambassadors?

    Student Ambassadors: Small group of students dedicated to the positive promotion of Sierra Vista Elementary School who are student leaders. They're volunteers that serve as liaisons between the school and new students. The Student Ambassador’s main job is to be a helpful, friendly face for the new students on their first day of school and throughout the school year. These students have demonstrated strong academics and a commitment to community service. As role models to their peers, Ambassadors are responsible for representing the society in their schools and inspiring their peers to get involved in school as well as community activities that interest them the most.

    Student Ambassadors will volunteer for the following events:

      • Parent-teacher night
      • Military Events
      • Volunteers in the Community

     The Student Ambassadors' duties include:

      • Enhance welcoming atmosphere, positively representing the student body
      • Ambassadors conduct campus tours to new military families and students
      • Assisting students to find classrooms and major areas of the school.
      • Answering questions about activities, classes, and school rules
      • Act as an ambassador to prospective students and families at school events
      • Attend biweekly Ambassador Meetings and required trainings
      • Students must remain in good academic standing with no disciplinary issues


      • Sharpen communication and public speaking skills
      • Improve interpersonal and conversational skills
      • Enhance confidence when speaking
      • Develop networking skills through participation at exciting events
      • Develop leadership to use in the future.
      • Volunteer hours

    For more information about the Student Ambassadors program or request a tour of the school for incoming students, please email Victoria Ovalle or call 915-937-8153.