Aldine ISD Superintendent Student Ambassadors

The Aldine ISD Superintendent Student Ambassadors are a group of young, motivated juniors and seniors from each of the high school campuses. These students not only excel in academics and athletics, but they are also active in their communities and are leaders among their peers.

Student Ambassadors are nominated by their high school principals. They meet monthly with the Superintendent of Schools and the leadership team to discuss current events and district happenings.

Ambassadors are also able to share challenges they or their fellow students are facing and bring up concerns they’ve collected from peers. They are also encouraged to propose ideas for new programs or activities.

The Superintendent Student Ambassadors also act as hosts and hostesses at district events as well as participate in celebrations and activities.

If you have any questions or would like to learn more about our Superintendent Ambassador Program please contact:

Sheleah D. Reed, APR
Chief Communications Officer
Aldine Independent School District
Office of Communications
[email protected]

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