School Ambassadors Make a Difference

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    Estes Elementary is proud to have an active group of young student leaders who participate in the Student Council and the Sixth Grade Leadership Club. These student leaders are not only ambassadors for the school, but they are amazing helpers, fundraisers, and role models for their student peers.

    While both groups serve as leaders, they have distinct roles for each club.

    Student Council members help around the school in numerous capacities. They fundraise for school events such as Grandparents’ Day, Staff Appreciation, and Teacher Appreciation Day. Funds earned go toward supplies to decorate the school and permanent fixtures – such as playground equipment. Approximately 20 students are currently involved in grades three and up, and Mrs. Lori Layton and Mrs. Julie Bradshaw are the sponsors.

    Members of the Sixth Grade Leadership Club also are amazing fundraisers and ambassadors for the school. Students regularly visit kindergarten classes and many have formed close friendships with the younger Eagles. They also serve as gate greeters, welcoming everyone to school with a positive message. Student leaders decorate for special days and also manage recycling around the school on Fridays. Mrs. Michelle Machado is the club sponsor.

    Thank you, Estes Eagle Student Council members and Sixth Grade Leadership Club representatives for your leadership and pride you take in our school!

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