Linden High School Student Ambassadors getting a tour of Superintendent Danny A. Robertozzi’s office after a meeting where the students offered their ideas to the administration.
Superintendent Danny A. Robertozzi met with the Linden High School student ambassadors Jan. 30 at the district administration offices to hear about plans and ideas for upcoming events.
Among the topics that they discussed were an academic quiz bowl, a wall of honor for alumni in the military, a breakfast for students who make the honor roll, online student announcements, a team-building day for the group, “IB for a Day” to allow underclassmen to learn about the rigorous International Baccalaureate course of study, and an eighth-grade orientation to let middle-schoolers know about the group.
Robertozzi capped off the students’ visit by giving them a tour of his office.
The Student Ambassadors is an elite panel of students that demonstrate leadership and promote a positive school climate. The program was established three years ago, and has since produced several accomplishments. They range from the opening of the school store, the end-of-the-year picnic, and the upcoming quiz bowl. The ambassadors meet with Robertozzi, LHS Principal Yelena Horre, and Director of Human Resources Michelle Dorney routinely throughout the school year to discuss their ideas and projects. Their feedback is valued by the administration.