STUDENT AMBASSADOR MESSAGE

We are Student Ambassadors for the Edmond Public Schools Foundation and we are hosting the Celebration of Excellence this year! Our goal is to raise $10,000 for this event where teachers and support staff will receive recognition and cash awards!  Will you donate and help us reach our goal?

ABOUT CELEBRATION OF EXCELLENCE

Each year, we honor those who do the day-to-day work in our schools, caring for our children and ensuring academic excellence. For over 20 years, we have honored teachers, including Teacher of the Year. This is an exciting event where the teacher is surprised in front of their peers and administrators.  Support Personnel and Rookie Teacher of the Year have now been added to the celebration!  Finalists and winners all receive a cash award and goodie bags full of items for their classroom.

MEET THE 2021-2022 STUDENT AMBASSADORS

Elijah Allen

Santa Fe
"I wanted to become an EPS Foundation Officer to be more active in the community, specifically, my school community. As I am about to leave for college next year, I wanted to be involved as much as possible. I was a student ambassador last year, so it was great to see what more I could do as an officer. The  PR/Marketing team is the best team you can be on because we take and give so much information about what’s going on throughout the school district, and we use that to spread details about our awesome teachers and staff."
-Elijah Allen

Ana Grace Boggs

Memorial
"I applied to be a Student Ambassador because I wanted the opportunity to learn more about what the Foundation does to benefit Edmond Public Schools. I wanted to be a part of something that was able to benefit so many individuals and help the district as a whole. I am grateful for the opportunity and I’m excited to learn and help more."
-AG Boggs

Jada Smith

Santa Fe
"I wanted to become a Student Ambassador for EPSF to give back to EPS and make an impact on the schools and my community . I also wanted to learn what the EPSF does for the community and schools. I am very grateful for this opportunity as this is my first year being a SA."
-Jada Smith

Gracie Noland

Santa Fe
"I became a student ambassador because I can help make a significant and positive impact for Edmond schools, teachers, and students through community support, kindness, and service."
-Gracie Noland

Alexa Trotter

Santa Fe
"I chose to become a student ambassador because I love getting involved with school and the community."
-Alexa Trotter

Koko Smith

Santa Fe
“I love connecting with new people, being a SA gives me the opportunity to do so.”
-KoKo Smith

Regan Van Stavern

Santa Fe
“I became a student ambassador because I wanted to learn more about how to be active in my community and help fund more opportunities and resources for everyone in EPS”
-Regan Van Stavern

Aarav Jilka

Santa Fe
"I became a student ambassador because I want to give the student body a voice. As a stuco representative, I take it upon myself to represent the interests of my constituents in the most accurate way possible, and by being an EPS ambassador, I am able to do that by voicing their opinion on the district level."
-Aarav Jilka

Kyle Nguyen

Memorial
"I wanted to become an EPSF student ambassador so that I can grow as a leader and contribute to our schools and community.
- Kyle Nguygen

Maddy Kinder

Santa Fe
“I wanted to become a student ambassador because I wanted to help people, make new friends, and get involved in my community.”
-Maddy Kinder

Kayla Nguyen

Memorial
"I wanted to become a Edmond Public Schools Foundation Student Ambassador so that I could contribute both my talents and leadership skills to better my school district and the Edmond community."
-Kayla Nguyen

Kylie Kramer

Santa Fe
"I am an ambassador because I believe that my peers should be represented and it’s my responsibility to make sure the money goes back to the schools to help the students and teachers."
-Kylie Kramer

Chloe Radle

North
"I became an EPSF student ambassador because I wanted the opportunity to support the school district and my teachers."
-Chloe Radle

Gabrielle Whitifield

Santa Fe
"I wanted to become a student ambassador to make an impact on the people around me and the community I’ve lived in for so long."
-Gabrielle Whitifield

Maira Arshad

North
"I became a student ambassador because I wanted to be able to help out my community and gain various perspectives."
-Maira Arshard

Jaley Hunt

Santa Fe
"I became a student ambassador because I wanted to give back to our community and support our local schools, students, and teachers."
-Jaley Hunt

Devin Curry

Memorial
"I wanted to ensure the best possible experience for every kid that goes through Edmond Public Schools."
-Devin Curry

Reagan Giordano

North
"It makes total sense for the students to give back.   We are excited to have the vehicle as Student Ambassadors to do that, but we want all students to get involved.  This isn’t just about us, this is about their education too.”
- Reagan Giordano

Reagan Gist

Santa Fe
"I became a student ambassador to learn more about education in my community and to serve the educators that serve me."
-Reagan Gist

Haley Crandall

Memorial
"I became a student ambassador to have a more hands-on experience with my school district."
-Haley Crandall

Josie Vincent

North
"I became a student ambassador to better the Edmond district with opportunities for students and staff alike."
-Josie Vincent

Braden Kargl

Memorial
"I’ve always liked helping people and being a student ambassador allowed me to help the school district as a whole."
-Braden Kargal

Erika Cummins

North
"I became a student ambassador because I wanted to get more involved and meet new people."
-Erika Cummins

Ellery Graff

North
"I joined EPSF because I wanted to help raise money for our teachers because they do so much for us and our schools."
-Ellery Graff

Lynnley Grindstaff

North
"I became a student Ambassador because I felt like the program could give me opportunities to help the community and give me a chance to practice citizenship locally."
-Lynnley Graff

Delaney Grubbs

North
"I wanted to become a student ambassador to give back to my community and support my schools."
-Delaney Grubbs

Ella Hickey

North
"I serve as a student ambassador because I think it is really important to be involved in your school and community. My only goal is to help people in any way I can and make a difference."

Adam Easton

North
"I became a Student Ambassador because it is a great environment and I want to improve our schools in every way I can through the fundraising we do."
-Adam Easton

Ethan Boston

North
"I became a Student Ambassador to make sure our amazing EPS teachers and staff are valued as much as they deserve to be, and to give back to the people who have made me who I am today."
- Ethan Boston

Brighton Loeberg

Memorial
"I chose to be an EPSF student ambassador because as a student I have experienced first hand how impactful our schools, teachers, and peers are during our child and teenage years. This organization is so important to make sure that these things get the attention they deserve so I applied because I know that with everything EPS has given me the least I could do was give a little of my time to help out and make a difference."

Tess Bryan

Memorial
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