Logan County High School is showing off some of its talented and caring students through the Student Ambassador Program.
An Ambassador is someone who represents their school in the community and serves as a liaison between the school and the community. They will interact with local leaders and decision- makers, visit and/or volunteer at local business, community and education sites and facilities.
An Ambassador is chosen through an application process that consists of an up-to-date resume, an essay question, two letters of reference, and an interview with the selection committee. Grades, attendance, GPA, leadership and behavior are closely reviewed and monitored.
Those selected will serve a one year term, with returning students having priority based on points earned during previous years.
Some of the expectations of an Ambassador include participation in school and chamber events, promptness to classes, school and community events, courteousness in all aspects and relationships, respectful to peers and adults, leadership roles in the school and community, and to serve as liaison between the school and community. They will serve in various businesses in the community; school and local events.
The Ambassadors will earn points given for involvement in school and community activities such as freshman orientation, registration, school tours, graduation, and chamber events including: breakfasts, luncheons, special events and special projects– ie United Way or Community Action.
“While forming our group, we received ideas from Christian County and the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and assistance from the Logan County Chamber Ambassador group.,” said Logan County High School councilor Alecia Rogers.
The students chosen as Logan County High School Ambassadors are:
Madison Alvis (10th grade)
Olivia Batchelor (11th grade)
Molly Bell (10th grade)
Trevor Brown (11th grade)
Shelby Browning (12th grade)
Kayla Hazel (10th grade)
Cody Hunt (12th grade)
Christina Link (12th grade)
Courtney McReynolds (11th grade)
J.R. Morrow (11th grade)
Adam Wilkins (11th grade)
Sponsors/Advisers are Casey Jaynes, Principal, Jama Richardson, Youth Service Center Coordinator and Alecia Rogers, Counselor