Purple Ambassador Information
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Friday, August 28, 2015
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Purple Ambassadors

The Purple Ambassadors is a 4th grade Honor Society. The ambassadors consist of students maintaining high academic excellence in all areas. This group of students exhibit their academic skills, good character & willingness to serve others within our community.

The purpose of the Purple Ambassadors is to produce lifelong community members. The experience of being a Purple Ambassador should motivate the students to want to do more for others.  Purple Ambassadors are a symbol of honor in our school.  Several Purple Ambassadors have wanted to be a part of the honor society since 2nd Grade. This is a launching pad for a well rounded student who wants to achieve greatness.

In order to be a Purple Ambassador, you must maintain all A’s including conduct each nine week period.  Also, office or bus referrals are not allowed to remain a Purple Ambassador.

The Purple Ambassadors have a meaningful role at Tallassee Elementary School.  They are hall monitors, lunchroom helpers, peer tutors, office helpers, morning announcers & new student orientation. 

Brief Description of Each Duty:

v  Hall Monitors- Purple Ambassadors make sure students are in a line & quiet. Also, if students need help finding a class.

v  Lunchroom Helpers- Purple Ambassadors help younger students open cartons of milk. Also, they help students get in the correct serving line.

v  Peer Tutors- Purple Ambassadors read to Kindergarten & 1st grade classroom during their morning work time.

v  Office Helpers- Purple Ambassadors help put away mail. Also, they deliver notes from the office.

v  Morning Announcers- Purple Ambassadors announce activities taking place at TES for the day. They help lead Pledge of Allegiance.

v  Student Orientation- Purple Ambassadors walk new students & parents to class to meet the teacher.

Although Purple Ambassadors are leaders in academic excellence, we strive for greatness in all areas.  The Purple Ambassadors are required to complete 4 hours of volunteer service. Upon completion, they must get a letter from the organization/person they provided the volunteer hours.  The students must complete 4 hours, but they are welcome to do more.  The volunteer service allows students to experience fulfillment in giving back to the community.

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