About the Program

About the Author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR Lysa Gamboa-Levy began volunteering as the Ambassador Coordinator at Weaver Elementary School in Los Alamitos, California in 2006. Although the program had been in existence since 2004, she is responsible for revising the program format and curriculum content. Lysa currently serves on the curriculum sub-committee of the Bullying Task Force for Los …

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Benefits & Curriculum Components

BENEFITS & CURRICULUM COMPONENTS   BENEFITS The Ambassador Program brings value to the entire school community by:           1. Providing positive role models           2. Promoting positive & healthy relationships           3. Creating a safe school climate & culture CURRICULUM COMPONENTS Effective Communication           • Communication Guidelines           • Conflict Management           …

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History & Acknowledgements

HISTORY The Ambassador Program was founded in 2004 at Weaver Elementary School in Los Alamitos, California. Originally, Weaver offered a traditional student council. However, this provided a limited amount of students to serve in leadership positions. In an effort to create a more inclusive school community, the Weaver Ambassador Program was piloted by Erin Kominsky, …

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