IB stands for International Baccalaureate - an Ambassador is an official representative. So, an IB Ambassador is a person who is an official representative of the IB programme and Hutch! The IB Ambassadors club is open to anyone and has a focus on service.
IB Ambassadors are representatives of Hutch and participate in service and any IB related activities.
Participation for every opportunity is not mandatory and students can choose their projects. Some projects will only require a small number of students while others will need everyone! However, students must serve 2 on-campus and 1 off-campus service project each semester to be eligible for end of year activities such as Joyland and helping at elementary fall festivals.
Click here to sign up for an activity! You must be logged in with your LISD address.
On-campus service: On-campus service is usually from 4:00-4:45. Examples: Helping teachers, cleaning school grounds, helping update Chromebooks, Student Seminars, etc.
On-campus night service: Service is to be a representative of the IB programme and help in various ways. Examples: Hutch 70 year anniversary, IB night for 8th grade, etc.
Off-campus service: This is service that is off-campus to serve a community need. Examples: Food2Kids, Ronald McDonald, Food Bank, etc. (If you have other ideas please come see me!)
2018-2019 IB Ambassador Officers
- President - Emma Bloedel
- Vice President - Sophia Canete
- Secretary/Treasurer - Scarlett McCloud
- Historian - Kenna Klameth